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Wilkinsburg High School.

'Wilkinsburg Voices' recording project helps black students connect with community leaders

The project was sponsored by Saturday Light Brigade Radio and the African American Men and Boys initiative of the The Heinz Endowments.


 Monroeville Mall after fights inside that brought police from four agencies.

Fights close Monroeville Mall

Police learned Friday that through social media, hundreds of teens were showing up at the mall -- with the number reaching 1,000.



 New Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi.

Ron Cook: Narduzzi wanted Pitt job

New football coach Pat Narduzzi makes a strong first impression, sounds as if he plans to be at Pitt for a long time.



 Rick Sebak at Tessaro's in Bloomfield, one of the things noted in his "25 Things I Like About Pittsburgh."

Saturday Diary: What a Pittsburgh newcomer learned from Rick Sebak

The documentary maker who exudes love for the city is ubiquitous. And his stories are reminders that in strangeness, there is possibility.



Pa. tavern owners slow to apply for games-of-chance licenses

Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget office projected 2,000 taverns would get a tavern gaming license, but Pennsylvania has received 47 applications.



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Caleem L. “Jay” Jabbour / Sept. 20, 1932 - Dec. 22, 2014

He spent years on the West Mifflin and Allegheny County councils. He also ran for the Pa. Legislature eight times — losing every time.



Port Authority union upset with lawyer's 'under the bus' comment

The lawyer forbade the union from talking to a bus driver and instructed her not to attend a disciplinary hearing.


 

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New Year's Day is just around the corner!

SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht preview the Pittsburgh Opera's New Year's Eve gala and concert "As Time Goes By" in this week's Setting the SEEN.

Plus, they pick up party fashion tips from Boutique la Passerelle in Downtown Pittsburgh. Stay tuned for the end to see what other events going on this weekend and on New Year's Eve.


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Explore ethics in Harrisburg

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Members of the Pennsylvania Legislature are required to file reports on their outside financial interests. Browse here to find the side jobs and committee assignments for your representative.

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Portfolio: Animals made unusual news in 2014

Animals figured strongly in some of the most unusual stories of the year.



New Russian military doctrine says NATO top threat

New military doctrine signed Friday by President Vladimir Putin marks NATO as Russia’s chief military threat.


 

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Former Penguin Brooks Orpik has new role as a visitor

Brooks Orpik returns to Consol Energy Center tonight to face Penguins for first time since joining Washington in free agency.



Bowl game could be catalyst for Penn State's growth

Year one with James Franklin at Penn State's helm set to wrap up at the Pinstripe Bowl


 



Boomers grapple with retirement strategies

Many will not have enough saved to retire at 65.



Shippers still navigating holiday rush

FedEx and UPS are among companies moving to the return phase of the season.


 



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A look at 2014 through social media lens

The growing power and impact of social media were evident this year as every major event took on a life of its own online.



We're sold on creative renovations of commercial spaces

In the Renovation Inspiration Contest, judges seek preservation of original elements and design changes that provide new functionality.


 



Queen of Peace chapel in Greensburg shares spiritual connection with artisan George Nakashima

A Sisters of Charity chapel in Greensburg has an altar that is the work of famed Japanese-American woodworker George Nakashima.



Cameras were rolling in the 'Burgh

Pittsburgh was a movie magnet in 2014 as Russell Crowe, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vin Diesel, Will Smith and many others came for productions.


 

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First Person: Christmas with my dad, jazz musician Walt Halper

With the Christmas holidays all around us, I find myself thinking about my beloved dad and the treasure trove of Christmas memories I love.



Clean water woes: Congress should stop blocking a sensible EPA rule

A new rule proposed by the EPA would give it the authority to regulate small waterways that flow into watersheds and affect water quality.


 

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