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Busy ramp to Route 28 closed for 2 months for scheduled reconstruction work
That northbound ramp from the Highland Park Bridge to Route 28 South will be closed starting at 7 a.m. until May 20 for scheduled work in the area.
The Stroller, March 20, 2023: Events in the Alle-Kiski Valley
Publicize your non-profit’s community events, fundraisers and club meetings for free in The Stroller. Send information at least two weeks in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or The Stroller, 210 Wood St., Tarentum PA 15084. Please include a daytime telephone number. St. Joseph HS to honor alumni. St. Joseph High School,...
Human remains found in wooded area in Pittsburgh
Police say human remains were found in Pittsburgh on Sunday.
18-year-old man shot in an apartment in Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH — An 18-year-old man was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being found shot in the leg inside an apartment in Pittsburgh. The shooting happened a little before 7:40 p.m. Sunday on the 5400 block of Penn Avenue, on the line of the city’s East Liberty and Garfield neighborhoods.
Fentanyl test strips are finally legal, but the deadly drug is already in ‘everything’
Carter Graves regularly used meth in 2014 and wanted to be able to test their drugs for fentanyl, an extremely strong and addictive opioid that can be laced into various drugs. But fentanyl test strips, when they could be found, seemed to be unreliable. Friends said the strips often produced false positives.
1 person hospitalized after shooting in Pittsburgh
One person was taken to a hospital after a shooting in Pittsburgh.
North Hills area real estate transactions, week of March 19, 2023
Denise Estep sold property at 33 Greenough Ave. to Isolution Space LLC for $65,000. Adam Charles Blind sold property at 49-51 S Balph Ave. to Roman Empire Holdings LLC for $335,000. Bradford Woods. Tulika Ranjan sold property at 100 Burry Road to Claye and Nichol Greene for $1,170,000. Franklin Park.
Periwinkle's Bakery and Cafe closes permanently after less than two years in business
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- An O'Hara township bakery has shut its doors for good.According to the Tribune-Review, Periwinkle's Bakery and Cafe has permanently closed after less than two years in business.The Trib reports that the business closed temporarily late last year amid issues involving staffing and now, the shop won't be reopening after all. The store location located along Gamma Drive is now up for lease through Hanna Commercial Real Estate.Any customers with unused gift cards are asked to mail them to the following address:Thomas J. Friel, Perwinkle's Bakery & Cafe, 900 Gamma Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238.
Sub-contractor business and owner deny liability for man's fall onto drywall and concrete
PITTSBURGH – A drywall business’s sub-contractor and its owner have denied responsibility for the injuries that an Elizabeth man suffered, when he fell through a floor opening and landed on a stack of drywall and a concrete floor. Richard Pell and Phyllis Pell of Elizabeth first filed suit...
Emotional Pitt Seniors Reflect on Season: ‘We Put Pitt Back on the Map’
“We put Pitt back on the map.” Greg Elliott, Jamarius Burton, and Nelly Cummings all proclaimed shortly after the emotional Panthers fell to 3-seed Xavier to conclude their magical season.
City of Pittsburgh denied rental registration ordinance
The city of Pittsburgh does not have the authority under Pennsylvania law to enact its ordinance governing rental unit registrations. That’s according to a state appeals court.
Man hospitalized after late-night shooting in Homewood
Pittsburgh Police are investigating after a man told them he was shot in the leg overnight in Homewood. He said it happened on Frankstown and North Homewood Avenues around 4:00 a.m. this morning.
Three U.S. postal workers indicted on theft charges
Three U.S. Postal Services workers from Pennsylvania are facing charges for allegedly stealing mail and gift cards, according to the Department of Justice.
At least one person taken to the hospital from Verona crash
VERONA, Pa. — At least one person was taken to the hospital after a crash in Verona early Saturday morning, with first responders reporting two other crashes nearby within a three-hour span. Allegheny County dispatch confirms a transport from the 7100 block of Shannon Road. Penn Hills No. 7...
Allegheny D.A. seeks death penalty in officer's killing
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Celebrate Mister Roger’s birthday with FREE admission to the Children’s Museum
In celebration of the life and work of beloved Pittsburgh icon, Mister Rogers, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is offering FREE admission to the Museum on his birthday, Monday, March 20. The Museum invites families to explore the many invaluable messages of Fred Rogers and original memorabilia from Mister Roger’s...
Pittsburgh Police, EMS respond to gunshot victim in East Liberty
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Police, fire, and EMS officials responded to the 5400 block of Penn Avenue in East Liberty just before 8 p.m. Sunday for reports of a possible shooting.Once on the scene, officers found a man, 18, with an apparent gunshot wound to his leg. Officers applied two tourniquets until medics arrived and transported the victim to the hospital in critical condition, according to police.The investigation is ongoing.
Officials cautioning drivers as summer construction projects begin
SHARPSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) - The summer construction season is just getting underway, and according to one local fire official, that could mean more accidents on Route 28 in the Sharpsburg and Aspinwall area, like one that happened Sunday afternoon.It was a wild scene on Route 28 southbound, by the Highland Park Bridge ramp, as an SUV just missed hitting a residence off the highway.Mike Daniher is the assistant chief for the Sharpsburg Fire Department."A vehicle got cut off in a construction zone forcing a driver off the road up behind a guard rail," Daniher said.Daniher said they were called to...
Women for a Healthy Environment improves quality of life in Western Pennsylvania
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Sandwich OnSLAWT: What Primanti’s Has Planned As It Enters Its 90th Year
As the new CEO of Primanti Brothers, Adam Golomb’s main objective is to “not screw it up.”. After spending four years as president and chief marketing officer of the 90-year-old company, Golomb started the new gig on Jan. 1, stepping into the shoes most recently filled by outgoing CEO David Head. Golomb, a Mt. Lebanon native, got his master’s degree from Penn State University and parlayed that education into a career working for other iconic local brands such as Giant Eagle and Eat’n Park.
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