Veterans Day closings
All municipal, county, state and federal courts and offices will be closed on Monday, the day after Veterans Day.
Most banks will be closed, although a few branches inside grocery stores will be open.
Post offices will be closed, as will PennDOT driver's license and photo centers.
Most state stores will be open, although some will have alternate hours. Please call ahead.
Trash in Pittsburgh will be collected as usual.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County will operate on a regular schedule, but the Downtown Service Center will be closed.
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