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Today’s numbers are the first of what will be monthly, rather than twice-yearly, reports of shale gas production in Pennsylvania.
Bishop Zubik said the decision to eliminate a several hundred dollar fee follows Pope Francis’ call to make annulments easier, and free.
Both of these cookbooks would make an excellent holiday present, along with a bag of Matzo Granola and a bottle of kosher-for-Passover wine.
Geraldine Alcorn, 29, a former Beechwood Pre K-5 teacher, waived to court a felony charge of interfering with child custody.
Now the real bracket fun begins: Vote each day on which athlete should advance to the next round, and let us know who may have been snubbed.
The study was published today by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and other medical institutions.
The revised rules approved by Pittsburgh City Council set up a three-member commission but also allow council members to propose names.
Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
In the 20-minute session, the governor faced a series of mostly friendly questions.
Highmark Health reported 2014 revenues of $15.79 billion, but an operating loss for the second year in row, citing a “competitive market.”
Heinz Endowments’ Andre Heinz is the driving force behind an international summit that will explore sustainable urban development.
A versatile veggie that brightens just about any recipe, asparagus can be boiled, steamed, fried, grilled or roasted.
At Rock Bottom next week, you can taste the Scottish Ale these women made.
Portland, Ore., indie band, led by Colin Meloy, is a powerful force in first concert here in four years.
The movie once called “Let It Snow,” and now “Love the Coopers,” needed a city with a white Christmas vibe and found it in Pittsburgh.
Gay rights should be pursued with persuasion, not coercion.
East Liberty Development Inc. deserves kudos and continued support.