Columbus Day closings in the Pittsburgh region

 

Allegheny County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and federal government offices and courts will be closed Monday for the Columbus Day holiday.

Post offices will be closed, with no pickup or delivery of regular mail. Banks will be closed. State liquor stores will be open.

City of Pittsburgh offices will be open, with normal garbage pickup.

The Port Authority of Allegheny County will operate regular daily bus, incline and T service. The customer service line will operate on its regular schedule, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the Downtown Service Center will be open.

Source: Columbus Day closings in the Pittsburgh region

Chick-fil-A partnership with Pittsburgh Marathon causes ire among LGBT activists | Fox News

The Pittsburgh Marathon ran into some problems earlier this month when it announced Chick-fil-A as the official title partner for its children’s race.

Chick-fil-A Pittsburgh serves as the title partner of the kids’ marathon and a presenting partner for Kids of STEEL, a nutrition and activity program for children in southwestern Pennsylvania.

“We’re grateful to Chick-fil-A for their support and are thrilled they share our commitment to inspiring the next generation of runners throughout the Pittsburgh region,” Troy Schooley, P3R senior vice president, said in a statement.

Source: Chick-fil-A partnership with Pittsburgh Marathon causes ire among LGBT activists | Fox News

Inmate allegedly assaults guard at Allegheny County Jail in Pittsburgh | TribLIVE

Two Allegheny County Jail correction officers were injured in a fight with an inmate Wednesday afternoon, a prison official said.

One officer was removing an inmate from handcuffs just after 4 p.m. when the inmate became aggressive, Deputy Warden Jason Beasom said.

The man hit the officer in an eye, Beasom said.

Source: Inmate allegedly assaults guard at Allegheny County Jail in Pittsburgh | TribLIVE

Storms Capable Of Bringing Damaging Winds And Hail Possible Tuesday « CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Strong storms will be possible on Tuesday. At this point, it is hard to tell how likely it is for the storms to actually develop.

According to KDKA-TV Meteorologist Ron Smiley, there are a number of things that can muck up the forecast, including early morning rain and clouds along with timing of the cold front being off. Still, at this point, you should be prepared for a severe weather outbreak with the peak time being Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Source: Storms Capable Of Bringing Damaging Winds And Hail Possible Tuesday « CBS Pittsburgh