Local Ice Cream Shops That Didn’t Let COVID-19 Melt Them Away

Ice cream is many people’s favorite sweet treat and as the pandemic of COVID-19 has been warping our society, just a simple ice cream cone could put a smile on anyone’s face. Multiple ice cream shops around the Pittsburgh region did not let COVID-19 take away the smiles from their customers. Windy Ridge Dairy located…

Tornado Alley: Abandon the Term?

Have you ever seen the movie “Twister”? I know I have more times than I can count! If you did then you would be familiar with the term Tornado Alley.┬áTornado Alley is known by many Americans for its traditional wild tornadoes that cause commotion each spring. The strip of land, also known as the alley,…

No Mask. No Service. Did Giant Eagle Over Step Boundaries?

For the past three months the Coronavirus has caused stress and anxiety to individuals throughout the world. With the many restrictions that individuals still have to follow such as practicing social distancing and wearing masks into public places their stress and anxiety has not decreased. Even though the population is grateful to have essential businesses…

Protect Their Paws: Could the Coronavirus Affect Our Pets?

As the Coronavirus continues to sweep through our nation we have been taking precautions as human beings to keep healthy the best ways possible. As we have been taking care of each other and ourselves a question came to my mind: Could the Coronavirus affect our pets? Not to add to the list of worries…

Be Kind to the Environment! Live in a High Performance Home!

With today’s struggling economy, people not only within Western Pennsylvania but also across the entire United States are considering various ways to reduce their home energy costs. Imagine waking up every day and not having to collect so many bills from the mailbox. Bill and Marilyn Spohn from right here in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania do just…

Insects That Murder! Who Knew?

A beekeeper by the name of Ted McFall could not wrap his head around a time where he had a job duty to check on a group of beehives near Custer, Washington. As he looked more closely he noticed bee carcasses on the ground along with thousands of bees with their heads torn off their…