Republicans and the govenor are at odds over a budget, so for now government services continue as normal, at least in the short term.
Joseph Ruggieri is one of two Plum High School teachers accused of having sex with female students.
The new South Side permit parking district between 16th and 25th streets lets non-residents park for two hours between noon and midnight.
Veganic farming is rare in America, but Janet McKee uses it to maximize nutrition on her Westmoreland County farm.
Wild Things quest to sell tickets brings disgraced major leaguer to Washington, Pa., in his never-ending drive to make a buck.
Residents have been ordered not to use their windows after two dislodged, forcing management to block off sidewalks.
Banks in Greece stayed closed Monday, announcing they would limit people to withdrawals of just 60 Euro -- $67.40 -- per day from ATMs.
• Op Ed / Patrick Risha was a Mon Valley football phenomenon, for which he paid a terrible price
• Reactions to gay marriage ruling vary widely; rifts within faith groups continue
• A Ferris wheel comes to the Point for Three Rivers Regatta
• The Post-Gazette's male and female athletes of the year.
In that spirit, the Post-Gazette’s 2015 summer dining guide is focused on that growth. Click here to explore reviews, photos and more about some of the hottest spots to dine in the coming months.
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The Post-Gazette has built an interactive map of the area's markets for you to peruse.
Pittsburgh Public Schools and Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers, continue to negotiate terms to replace a contract approved in 2010.
Crashes and deaths rose at rail crossings last year, reversing a long trend of decreases.
It’s been a long,long journey to the majors for reliever Deolis Guerra, and he is savoring his arrival.
Former Penguins wingger Mark Recchi misses out on a Hall of Fame election for a second consecutive year.
Earlier this year, the Tractor Supply corporate team increased its U.S. store target from 2,100 to 2,500.
Starting July 1, new federal loans will have lower rates than loans taken out last year. But they likely will creep back up in 2016-2017.
Health roundup: Vitamin D linked to healthy immune response to HIV, Penn State-South Africa study says
Sun exposure and vitamin D supplements are linked to stronger immune response in South African study led by Penn State researcher.
The American Heart Association approved Monday the use of a removable stent to clear blood clots in the brain that cause strokes.
Stephen King’s latest, “Drunken Fireworks,” is a perfect audio companion for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
Animals begin attacking humans in CBS’s preposterous, unintentionally funny summer drama “Zoo.”
The martyred pastor and the beloved Pirates star shared a name and a history.
The U.S. Supreme Court has not been the only judicial body issuing big opinions
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