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The department did not order a nameplate for his office door until Tuesday, two days after a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story raised questions.
Hill leaders are demanding minority participation of 35 percent and women participation of 15 percent in the project.
More cases of Lyme disease are being reported in Allegheny County. The Health Department wants to educate people to avoid tick bites.
Questions about Mr. Tomalis’ work effort in the past year arose this week following the publication of a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story.
The economy is still struggling in the aftermath of the Great Recession.
Collier officials hope the buyer of two parcels at the former Army installation will redevelop it.
Known for her public service and political activism, she died at age 98 in May in Arizona.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry will extend a contract with Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute.
The Pittsburgh mayor takes a spin in a Lyft, and urges the state PUC to grant ride-sharing services the same conditions as taxis.
The top of the order inflicted them most damage. Josh Harrison, Jordy Mercer and Andrew McCutchen scored seven runs and had six hits.
Clint Hurdle said he has seen a correlation between pitching deep into games and decreased performance in subsequent starts.
DETROIT — Big discounts helped U.S. auto sales sizzle in July.
Also: Harley recalls bikes; Hyundai recalls cars, SUVs; Ampco-Pittsburgh reports flat sales in 2nd quarter; Consumer spending rises
A North Side resident’s restoration of a grand 19th-century corner row house will be open for Sunday’s Manchester House + Garden Tour.
Garden in the Parks offers a look at Allegheny County demonstration gardens and a taste of garlic, basil, tomatoes and ice cream.
No matter what a true homecoming is, it’s hard not to define Wiz Khalifa playing shows in Pittsburgh as one.
“Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures” expects to draw a big crowd — and antiques — to Heinz History Center.
And I’ll never forgive Nixon for resigning.
Alarmed by the influx, some Americans in border towns have accused the youths of carrying disease or being undercover gang members.