Students and chaperones board the bus to the airport Sunday as they leave on a cultural and service exchange trip to Northern Ireland. Ten students and five chaperones will spend 10 days in Northern Ireland.
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Students and chaperones board the bus to the airport Sunday as they leave on a cultural and service exchange trip to Northern Ireland. Ten students and five chaperones will spend 10 days in Northern Ireland.

Hill District teens head across the pond for tour of Northern Ireland

In 2012, a youth group from Newry came to Pittsburgh, and children from the Hill District threw a Halloween party for them.


 The Pirates' Josh Harrison slides safely into second base Sunday under the tag from the Indians' Jason Kipnis.

Pirates place Josh Harrison on disabled list

Harrison, batting .279 this season, injured his thumb during Sunday’s win over Cleveland.



 Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed Republican-backed budget legislation last week.

GOP criticizes budget veto in letter to Wolf

Republican legislative leaders claimed the Democratic governor's rejection of the full budget bill "puts politics above governing."



 Owner Paul Krawiec works in the kitchen at Cafe du Jour.

Pittsburgh ranked top-10 foodie city for 2015

Livability.com editors cited Primanti Bros., Cafe Du Jour and Gaucho Parrilla Argentina as eateries offering a range of dining experiences.



 Point Park has 3,737 full- and part-time students, school President Paul Hennigan said.

Point Park lets go of nearly three dozen employees

The job cuts represent 3 percent of the university's total workforce, President Paul Hennigan wrote in a memo.



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Eligible veterans will pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities under a state law no matter how recently they moved here.



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Facebook eyes potential for growth across Africa

With growth stymied elsewhere, the social network wants to open up the continent for its “next billion users.”



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With Internet searches adding to digital profiles, have consumers’ best prices online been predetermined based on shopping history?


 



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Bollywood actress Tina Desai appeared in “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” films and now has gone sci-fi in the new Netflix series “Sense8.”



PBS renews two children’s TV series produced by South Side’s Fred Rogers Co.

“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” which is aimed at preschoolers, will return for a 20-episode third season in 2016.


 

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