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A very disappointing road trip could have been much worse, but the Pirates cannot afford to keep blowing chances after the All-Star break.
Mr. Maazel, whose precise, demanding conducting style earned him a reputation as one of the world’s great conductors, died Sunday.
Hoarding issues are being addressed by adding support groups, increasing awareness of the problem and beginning training.
From Pittsburgh and around the world, local fans make bash out of World Cup.
Proper planning and creative thinking are the key to packing, experts say.
Obtaining a green card to remain in the U.S. can be a challenging endeavor for immigrants.
The Hill District Community Development Corp. is working with CMU to determine how to best use empty spaces lining Center Avenue.
The Selective Service sent about 14,000 letters across the state recently ordering men born between 1893 and 1897 to register for the
Current benefit costs put a strain on many school districts' budgets.
One of the Pirates' top prospects, outfielder Josh Bell, is finally in the swing of things in Class A after recovering from a 2012 injury.
Despite being a veteran of the All-Star experience, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle still feels like a kid on Christmas Eve.
It's the first time the PDP is observing "Celebrate Downtown," with events to draw the public to the central business district.
Davin Gartley has been cited repeatedly for problems related to lead paint, sewage, trash, lack of running water and more.
The event raised an estimated $95,000 to benefit the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.
How Pittsburgh sends party invitations and responds to them varies by event and generation.
Plus a pop-up fashion market in Market Square, Hush Fashion benefit at Union Project, Blessed to be Dressed event and more.
Eyebrow makeup was the fastest-growing category of eye makeup, up 28 percent, according to an NPD Group report released this month.
A resurgent NBC gets behind a hoping-to-be resurgent Katherine Heigl in “State of Affairs;” details of the “Breaking Bad” prequel.
Retired four-star Gen. Wesley Clark sees special forces as the future of warfare. He will host “Friday Night Spotlight: World War I” on TCM.
A U.S. law to protect Central American child immigrants from sex-trafficking has suddenly become inconvenient.
School district mergers are a tough sell in Pennsylvania.