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 Leslie Aizenman, director of refugee and immigrant services for Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Pittsburgh, talks during “A Syrian Summit” at East Liberty Presbyterian Church Thursday.
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Leslie Aizenman, director of refugee and immigrant services for Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Pittsburgh, talks during “A Syrian Summit” at East Liberty Presbyterian Church Thursday.

Pittsburgh agencies advocate for Syrian refugees

Four Syrian families already have settled in Pittsburgh. One of the women gave birth to a child Thursday morning.



 A heavy snow squall blows through South Market Street in New Wilmington, Lawrence County.

Wind chill advisory issued as cold snap continues in Pittsburgh

A high of near 23 degrees and a wind chill of minus-2 today will plummet to a low of 3 tonight in the Pittsburgh area.



 Steelers President Art Rooney II makes his way to the field before the Steelers' divisional round playoff game Jan. 17 against the Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver.

Steelers are $2.5 million over projected salary cap

The Steelers find themselves with less financial flexibility than most public projections anticipated.



 Bryan Bowman and Nisha Paige.

More people turning to the Internet when looking for love

A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.



 Original oak wainscoting and hardwood floors in the family room at 332 E. 10th Ave. in Tarentum.

Buying Here: Facelift makes Tarentum Italianate even more charming

Business owner teams up with a previous owner to turn 1896 Italianate-style house into a showpiece.



 Clara Santucci won her second consecutive Pittsburgh Marathon with a time of 2:34:06.

3 Pittsburgh marathon runners qualified for U.S. Olympic team trials Saturday

Three local runners to compete Saturday in  U.S. Olympic team trials for the marathon.


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 Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette-- Wednesday, April 2, 2014-- STORY BY NATALIE BENCIVENGA-- Latasha(cq) and Charlie Batch at the patron party for the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Hat Luncheon in Squirrel Hill on Wednesday, April 2, 2014. SEEN
How did power couples of Pittsburgh meet?

Famous people and other Pittsburghers share their stories of love.

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A new regional computer network means higher speed, lower costs for schools in the Pittsburgh area. Read about this education collaboration and other stories from our communities.
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 A GNC store in New York City. The company reported a net income drop of 5.7 percent for 2015.

After bumpy 2015, GNC looks for better year in 2016

The focus now, CEO Mike Archbold told analysts, “is on longer term shareholder value. We’re in this for the long haul.”



 University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Patrick Gallagher

Pitt's chancellor sees larger role for university within community

The university’s future includes an expanded partnership with the region’s corporate community, Patrick Gallagher said Thursday.


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 Latasha and Charlie Batch.

How we met: Pittsburghers tell their tales of love

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Post-Gazette asked prominent Pittsburghers and readers to share how they met their significant other.



 Winnie Slatery, 77, holds a photo of herself with her late husband, Dave. They were married 42 years before he died in 2004.

Pittsburghers recall how they met their true loves

Pittsburgh readers talk about red socks and chance meetings in telling how they met their Valentine.


 Ryan Reynolds is a most unconventional anti-hero in "Deadpool."

Movie review: 'Deadpool' gross and violent but nevertheless entertaining

Moviegoers may love and hate “Deadpool,” which allows star Ryan Reynolds to make amends for 2011’s “Green Lantern.”



 Bobby Cannavale stars in "Vinyl" on HBO.

Tuned in: HBO spins dark, dull ‘Vinyl’; ‘Better Call Saul’ gets better

“Vinyl” disappoints but “Better Call Saul” returns to AMC in fine shape; “The Good Wife” creators planned for the show’s ending.


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Businesses should consider self-insuring

The city of Pittsburgh expects to save a lot by paying employee medical bills.



Cultural comeback: The future is bright for the August Wilson Center

The survival of the August Wilson Center was an open question. But now it’s filled with culture and life, and on track to grow.


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