MAKING AN IMPRESSION

 John Robinson Block, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, pulls back the handle of a 1848 Washington hand press as Ed Regan of Rennselear, Ind., removes a rope used to secure it during shipping. Mr. Block found and acquired the Washington hand press, which is similar to the type used to print the Post-Gazette between 1829 and 1845, from Mr. Regan, who delivered it to the Post-Gazette’s new printing facility in the Clinton Commerce Park in Findlay. The press, made by R.Hoe & Company of New York City, will be on display in the lobby.

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John Robinson Block, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, pulls back the handle of a 1848 Washington hand press as Ed Regan of Rennselear, Ind., removes a rope used to secure it during shipping. Mr. Block found and acquired the Washington hand press, which is similar to the type used to print the Post-Gazette between 1829 and 1845, from Mr. Regan, who delivered it to the Post-Gazette’s new printing facility in the Clinton Commerce Park in Findlay. The press, made by R.Hoe & Company of New York City, will be on display in the lobby.

 No supporters for the Scottish independence referendum celebrate an early result at a No campaign event in Glasgow, Scotland, early Friday morning.

Pro-union camp declares victory in Scotland

The BBC forecast that Scotland had opted for stability rather than change by a margin of 55 percent to 45 percent.



 Closer Mark Melancon celebrates after shutting down the Red Sox in the ninth Thursday night at PNC Park.

Cole, Marte shine to clinch another winning season as big series looms

Thursday’s game was tighter than the previous two iterations, but the outcome was the same.



 Tom Balestrieri, the head of the Buncher Company, shows the proposed development his company is planning for the Strip District Riverfront from the 16th Street Bridge to 21st Street.

Buncher Co. making progress on Strip District land

The firm is now hoping for “clarity” with regard to the nearby development of the historic produce terminal.



 Author Glennon Doyle Melton

Author to bring message of lifting others to Women's Leadership Council Breakfast

Glennon Doyle Melton battled addictions and now raises money to assist families in need will share her life challenges.



 The new Cinemark North Hills and XD opens at McCandless Crossing today.

Curtain raises on new amenties-packed movie theater in McCandless

Cinemark at McCandless Crossing opens with 12 digital auditoriums, a bar serving wine, beer and frozen cocktails, and movies new and recent.



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New Colteryahn tea promotes Allegheny County parks

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald announced a promotion features park scenes on bottles of Colteryahn Dairy iced-tea lemonade.



Local Scots have mixed emotions about vote

Local Scots make referendum predictions. Pride, history involved in decision.


 

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STEAMing forward

Kambree Love, 17, works through a group project with Meghan Banerjee, 16, left, and Rachel Pollock, 15, during an innovation studio class at South Fayette High School.
“Our rules for the class are simple: Change the world,” says South Fayette High School’s principal. Upper St. Clair and South Fayette students are collaborating to solve real-world problems for Pittsburgh companies.

For some schools, the need for innovators takes the forefront. Read more about it in our special suburban edition.

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Join our energy forum


The Post-Gazette has assembled a distinguished panel of experts to consider whether energy might be the 21st century equivalent of steel in the Pittsburgh region economy.

Register here to attend the Sept. 23 event at the Heinz History Center, moderated by David Shribman, Post-Gazette executive editor.


Bayer says it will spin off materials unit

After months of speculation, Bayer says it will spin off lagging plastics business.



Rally to promote women's work in life sceinces

The Pittsburgh’s Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs Rally on Monday will give entrepreneurs a chance to make pitches to investors.


 



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Cost of care for adult relatives often falls on younger generations

Caring.com finds 46 percent of its visitors surveyed spend more than $5,000 on caregiving expenses.



A feast of ethnic dining has sprouted on Downtown's Smithfield Street

Indian, Russian, Turkish and Syrian are among the flavors blending within a few blocks of Smithfield.


 

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