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The Cincinnati Reds plated three eighth inning runs off All-Star reliever Tony Watson to cap a 6-5 comeback win under a full moon.
Scaife’s will, which he signed in 2013, steers his art, his late mother’s home, and stock trusts that she left behind to various charities.
Those breathless reports about the return of the polar vortex? A lot of hot air.
The three-pool pond and garden behind the Rhodes‘ home is one of seven featured on Sunday’s Mt. Lebanon Library Garden Tour.
You can‘t miss the big guys when they swim past you. They’re 4 feet long and are “top-of-the-line predators,” their “keeper” says.
Water company claims vandalism can be tied to on-going talks with workers, who have been without a contract since 2011.
Penn Hills resident Damien Franklin said he was checking to see whether a rifle was loaded when it fired, its bullet striking Nathan
Cincinnati native goes home as an All-Star for first time, and the attention has been overwhelming
Trail Town Program hopes to collect information on the trail users and their economic impact along the Great Allegheny Passage.
About 200 people block Center Avenue in Shadyside during the rally.
The deal, if consummated, would create a company worth an estimated $56 billion.
The shot-in-Pittsburgh docuseries “The Chair,” about the making of two movies, lands a premiere date; “The Comeback” comes back.
Oaks Theater to add two stages and a bar and compress seating as it evolves into a multipurpose entertainment center in Oakmont.
There’s nothing quite like the Fourth of July in Washington, D.C. My wife and I spent the holiday weekend in the capital, thrilling to
A Swissvale man accused of assault slipped through the cracks of the criminal justice system three times.