Today is the deadline for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to confirm new congressional boundaries for Pennsylvania following a decision by the court declaring the last congressional map illegal. That decision was followed by a bevy of proposed replacements from Democrats and Republicans, the governor and others, per Philly Voice. But absent a deal between the parties in Harrisburg, the court will now decide on the what the future of Pennsylvania politics — and the upcoming midterm elections — will look like, The Philadelphia Inquirer writes.
After a weekend of flooded roadways and road closures, officials opened the 'Bathtub' section of the Parkway Sunday night, ready for Monday morning commuters, KDKA reported. Other road closures remain in effect, particularly in Mt. Washington and Spring Garden where landslides have closed roads, per TribLive. Pittsburgh photographer Dave DiCello's images show just how much water deluged Downtown this weekend.
More than 60 firefighters responded on Sunday to a 'massive' warehouse fire on Pittsburgh's South Side, WPXI reported. The three-alarm fire collapsed part of the Appliance Warehouse building and sent 'a massive cloud of black smoke' into the air. No injuries were reported. About 1,500 residents were without power while firefighters battled the blaze.
You know those cool macrame plant holders all the design blogs are posting on Instagram? You can make your own with Workshop Pgh. Learn all the design tricks behind this 1970s-era design that's having a moment.
Where: Workshop PGH DIY School at 5135 Penn Ave. (Garfield)
When: February 19, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
How much: $42
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Today marks 50 years since the first episode of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." And that episode would be the first of an 895-episode run, reported PennLive. Here's how that inaugural episode is different from the ones you remember and how to celebrate by watching it.