Fans yell for autographs as the team enters the field at training camp in Latrobe last year.
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Fans yell for autographs as the team enters the field at training camp in Latrobe last year.

Fans are big part of Steelers camp

Joint practices with the Buffalo  Bills will be the newest feature of the Steelers training camp, which begins today  at Saint Vincent


 John Timko of Monongahela talks about his health care and insurance and how he almost was prevented from seeing the UPMC cardiologist he credits with saving his life.

Highmark subscribers still face a minefield for UPMC care

After years on UPMC, Monongahela restaurant owner John Timko switched to Highmark, only to learn he could no longer see his UPMC physician.



 Willie Baronet scours Downtown Pittsburgh looking for homeless people. Baronet is traveling the country buying homeless peoples' signs to turn into art.

Professor buys signs from homeless for art project

Southern Methodist University professor comes to Pittsburgh for his  “We Are All Homeless” project, to spread awareness of homelessness.



 Rich Fitzgerald , Allegheny County Executive, talks to a group local officials and housign advocates as part of the “Blight to Bright: A Comprehensive Anti-Blight Toolkit” program.

Municipal officials schooled in ways to end blight

A tool kit prepared by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania is designed to teach officials which approaches have worked to battle blight.



 Yellow ribbon flies as Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto (left) and a host of dignitaries cut the ceremonial ribbon marking the end of the 17 month, $5.35 million reconstruction of Brookline Blvd.

Brookline Boulevard fully opens and business owners rejoice

The Pittsburgh neighborhood is poised for a rebirth after a 17-month construction project.



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Attorneys battle in Pittsburgh police shooting case

Arguments in the criminal case against Leon Ford are scheduled for Monday in state court.



18-month-old killed when truck backs over her in Indiana County

An 18-month-old girl was killed Thursday after a truck backed up over her, the Indiana County coroner said.


 

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A construction worker drives a forklift through the still-under-construction Avontown Primary Center. The school, for children between kindergarten and second grade, is scheduled to open next month.
For 200 school districts across Pennsylvania, millions in state reimbursements for construction projects are lagging, stuck in a funding pipeline that’s leaving large holes in district budgets. Read more about it in our special suburban edition.

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Brian Archer of Aliquippa.
Hospital closures in and around Pittsburgh have made access to health care much more difficult for many of the region’s poor and working poor.

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Obituary: Michael Abelson / Longtime music teacher in city schools

A lifelong teacher of music, Michael Abelson liked to keep people on their toes with his dry sense of humor.



Obituary: Bobby Womack / Songwriter and musician

He turned a turbulent life into a resurgent career as a professional “soul survivor” from a bygone era.


 



Mall at Robinson unveils new solar powered car charging stations

The Mall at Robinson will unveil its new solar-powered electric car-charging stations, the only one of their kind in the region.



Protect yourself from identity theft after a data breach

Here are five ways you can avoid becoming a victim of identity theft — even if your data have been compromised.


 



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Electronic building permitting is crucial for the city and contractors

An electronic permitting system and other changes to the process within the city’s Bureau of Building Inspection cannot come soon enough.



Enact a sales tax to fund education, including pensions

Brian O’Neill’s column “Corbett’s Legislative Attack Is on the Money” (July 17) was excellent.


 

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