A man hauls farm cargo with a horse-drawn carriage in Leacock Township, Lancaster County this weekend. More snow is on the way for Pennsylvania and New England.
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A man hauls farm cargo with a horse-drawn carriage in Leacock Township, Lancaster County this weekend. More snow is on the way for Pennsylvania and New England.

Pittsburgh officials announce preparations for snowstorm

Allegheny and surrounding counties could get up to 6 inches; New England, Eastern Pennsylvania are expected to bear the brunt of the storm.


 Louisville guard Chris Jones works around Pitt forward Jamel Artis in the first half Sunday at the Petersen Events Center.

Pitt falls to No. 10 Louisville, 80-68

Pitt’s strategy against the 10th-ranked Louisville Cardinals seemed to be simple – make them shoot from the outside, but it didn’t work.



 The Glen Hazel housing development seen from the Glen Hazel High Rise.

Housing insecurity: Pittsburgh authority left some residents unguarded

Pittsburgh’s Housing Authority shifted security guards and cut hours despite warnings.



 Highmark and UPMC - shopping options for Pittsburgh insurance customers.

Pittsburgh insurance customers like Obamacare and the price wars for their business

Pittsburgh shoppers are happy with their plans — and happy to change plans if, say, UPMC has a better price than Highmark.



 Bill Cosby is scheduled to perform Feb. 21 at Heinz Hall.

Petition drive seeks postponement of Bill Cosby show at Heinz Hall

The comedian in the thick of sexual assault allegations is set to perform in Pittsburgh on Feb. 21.



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5 Generation Bakers finds sweet success with taste of Jenny Lee

The McKees Rocks bakery revived the Jenny Lee brand, after the company’s first iteration closed in 2010 following a devastating fire.



American Girl dolls for all

Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.


 

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Setting the SEEN


Do you need a New Year's resolution reboot?

This week SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht talk fitness, fashion and tackling fears during a visit to The Climbing Wall in the East End. Plus, they spotlight styles from Pittsburgh-based designers Kiya Tomlin and Dona Jo Fitwear.

Check out the end of the show for the scoop on some of this weekend's top events in Pittsburgh.



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Animal adventures

Zookeeper Kesha Phares trains a female sea lion Jan. 13 at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
Though the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is closed for routine repairs, the work of zookeepers never stops.

Follow along through Feb. 13 as the Post-Gazette takes a trip every Friday behind the scenes and inside the cages of Pittsburgh’s zoo animals.

First up: An up-close look at sea lion training.

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Marine pilot from Indiana, Pa. dies in helicopter crash

Capt. Elizabeth Kealey was deployed twice with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit.



Joe Biden's touch endears him to Tim Murphy's family

At the State of the Union, the vice president and GOP rep had a heart-to-heart talk. It was about Mr. Murphy's cancer-stricken sister.


 

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Pitt falls to No. 10 Louisville, 80-68

Pitt’s strategy against the 10th-ranked Louisville Cardinals seemed to be simple – make them shoot from the outside, but it didn’t work.



Penguins' Fleury stellar in skills event

NHL All-Star weekend: Penguins goaltender stops 8 of 10 shots in shootout event.


 



Mylan, Heinz among U.S. companies using Luxembourg for tax reduction

Two Pittsburgh companies were among 343 firms that used Luxembourg to reduce tax bills, according to an international journalists group.



Pittsburgh insurance customers like Obamacare and the price wars for their business

Pittsburgh shoppers are happy with their plans — and happy to change plans if, say, UPMC has a better price than Highmark.


 



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Dine: For $40, what do you get in Pittsburgh vs. New York City

From pizza to chicken to cured meats to burgers, here’s a look at what $40 or less can feed you in Pittsburgh eateries versus the Big Apple.



Honoring Nellie Bly's trip 125 years ago, a British woman retraces her steps around the globe

Nellie Bly, a pioneering journalist who started in Pittsburgh, inspired Rosemary J. Brown to repeat her around-the-world solo journey.


 

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David M. Shribman: Mitt Romney’s non-campaign

The former governor’s team is ready to roll, but can he become the voice of GOP populism?



Let teachers run the schools

Teacher-led schools are engaging students and showing results across the country.


 

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