Friday Jul 25
Plum EMS Asks Public To 'Buy-A-Brick' For New Building
Emergency crews in Plum will soon have a new place to call their own, but they need help furnishing their new building - and that's where the public comes in.
Allegheny County granted tax credits for three affordable housing projects
The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Authority recently approved nearly $2.7 million in federal tax credits for the construction of three affordable housing projects within Allegheny County.
Pittsburgh ponderously patching its pothole population
Pittsburgh continues to get a steady stream of pothole reports from residents, and public works crews are out daily trying to erase the damage left by a bitter winter.
Committee members gather to plan the annual chicken barbecue for St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church, scheduled Sunday, June 29, from 11 a.m.-4p.m. at the church, Mifflin Avenue and Linden Street in Scranton.
Detroit Free Press
Research unveiling exciting new treatments for arthritis
Her foot pain began 15 years ago, leading to a 2002 diagnosis of osteoarthritis, which left her limping and unable to walk for extended periods of time.