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WORKING THE NIGHT SHIFT

Steve Kelley of McKees Rocks walks into the intersection of Stanwix Street and Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh while on his way to a commercial building cleaner at Gateway Center
After the sun goes down, these Pittsburghers are on the clock keeping the lights on, stocking the shelves, and cleaning offices and hospitals. But at 4 a.m., it can be a struggle to keep the economy rolling. [CLICK HERE TO READ THEIR STORIES]
After the sun goes down, these Pittsburghers are on the clock keeping the lights on, stocking the shelves, and cleaning offices and hospitals. But at 4 a.m., it can be a struggle to keep the economy rolling.
Over a three-month period, the Post-Gazette followed employees who work nights They shared the impact on their lives and what drives them to accept a shift many would not want. Their stories are woven together here to illustrate a typical night. [CLICK HERE TO READ]
WATCH PG LIVE VIDEO: Tony Norman is joined by Daniel Moore and Steve Mellon to discuss the story.
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Dig in on The Digs

The Yee family: Back row, father Yee Toy, his wife Gee Shee Ho holding son Donald, and Yuen. In front are Robert, Ruth, Harriet and Anna.
The Post-Gazette is excavating, curating and digitizing its photo library, which has been accumulating photographs for more than a century, and displaying the photos online with a peek into their origins.

We hope The Digs will be of interest to readers and history buffs, and ignites some memories of Pittsburgh's storied past.

Explore our most recent post on The Yee family: Chocolate milk and mahjong: Childhood in Chinatown
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