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Gerrit Cole dazzled, scattering six hits and 10 strikeouts in a 111-pitch outing as the Pirates took the season opener from the Mets.
Picture this scrolling hundreds of feet above the iconic confluence of Pittsburgh’s three rivers: “Chipped ham, $1.39 a pound.”
Parades, services and other commemorations mark the long holiday weekend.
Many local golden retrievers taking part in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.
Renovation Inspiration Contest | In a dark, "tired" screened porch, couple design and build a restful modern place for adults to get away.
Mary King, an English as second language teacher at Pittsburgh Colfax K-8, drew attention when she refused to give the PSSA tests.
Hubert Wingate III, 30, of Homewood, is on an “emotional roller coaster,” his attorney said.
Nearly 900 pages of emails from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private account provide little apparent fuel for a Republican probe of her actions.
Work zone speed cameras have slowed traffic down in Maryland, and may be coming to Pennsylvania.
Pitcher Charlie Morton will rejoin Pirates Monday in time to make first start of regular season against the Miami Marlins.
LaTonya Renae Batteaste, a former basketball player at Pitt who became a teacher and coach in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, died May 14.
News from Murray Energy; Alpha Natural Resources; Bank of New York Mellon; RadioShack; General Wireless Operations; and more.
Janet Yellen spoke amid growing concern at the Fed about volatility in financial markets once it begins to raise rates.
If you want to really know the Harmonists, get crafty every Saturday through September at Old Economy Village in Ambridge.
Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra and City Music Center of Duquesne University are registering students for two new training programs.
No “MasterChef” apron for local home cook Alicia Giove; a Monaca woman’s story is a ratings winner.
To call “Poltergeist” laughable is not the same thing as saying it’s bad (although it is that, too). It’s just that it seems less
Let’s not fall for a false narrative about how 'mistakes were made.'
His move is an important step toward building trust between law enforcement units and the communities they protect.