Teachers, parents and students march in September at the entry to the East Allegheny school campus on Jacks Run Road. Teachers were on strike for 16 days earlier this school year.
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Teachers, parents and students march in September at the entry to the East Allegheny school campus on Jacks Run Road. Teachers were on strike for 16 days earlier this school year.

East Allegheny teachers reject arbitrator's decision, weigh options

The union said members voted Wednesday to reject the determination made by arbitrator William Miller in final best-offer arbitration.


 Kenny Chesney performs onstage during the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards at AT&T Stadium on April 19 in Arlington, Texas.

Music preview: Chesney, Church ready for Big Revival

Country stars team up again at Heinz Field for reprise of 2013 show.



 Councilwoman Darlene Harris won the Democratic primary last week and is all but assured of keeping her seat in the November election.

Councilwoman Darlene Harris questions renovations at Pittsburgh inspections department

Darlene Harris opened a new front Wednesday in her feud with the Department of Permits, Licenses and Inspections.



 Lydia Vevers, left, and Mallory Rongier work in the bakery section
 of Market St. Grocery, Downtown.

Market St. Grocery stocks shelves with local ingredients and unusual products

For the everyday shopper and the gourmand, the Downtown Pittsburgh market offers a range of products at competitive prices.



 Jung Ho Kang singles and drives in two runs against the Marlins Wednesday at PNC Park.

Gene Collier: When it comes to playing baseball, Kang needs no interpreter

Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang continues to win over fans and teammates with his bat, glove, arm, smile and sense of humor.


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Retired Air Force General William J. Mall, Jr., right, stands at attention as Tech Sgt. Charles Johnston of the North Side is laid to rest with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday, March 2, 2015. Mr. Mall was 11 years old when his cousin Charles Johnston went missing near Papua New Guinea in 1944.
• Long Journey Home: The story of Pittsburgh's Charles Johnston Jr., and the 70 years it would take for his remains to be found

• Derailments: Freight train derailments in Pennsylvania from 2005-2014

• Odysseys: Meet Pittsburghers from around the globe

• Cultural Crossroads: High school students' perspectives on historically black colleges

• Irretrievably Broken: The story of Robert Ferrante and Autumn Klein



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Summer guide to Pittsburgh

"Flashes of Freedom" by Zambelli as seen from Grandview Avenue atop Mt. Washington.
There's plenty to do and see around Pittsburgh during the summer.

From festivals to concerts, here's an index to help you plan all the fun in the coming months.

Setting the SEEN: Summer fun in Downtown Pittsburgh

On the Digs: Pittsburgh's Donut Man

Henry Meyer, Pittsburgh's Donut Man.
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.

Explore our most recent entry on Henry Meyer, Pittsburgh's longtime 'Donut Man.'


Cellone’s Bakery plans expansion with a new facility, new product ideas

A few weeks ago, the company started up its first production line at a new 112,000-square-foot manufacturing site off Route 60 near Crafton.



Nonprofits’ impact touted at Pittsburgh briefing centering on Wolf budget

As legislators gear up to hammer out next state budget, nonprofit officials gather to find out how their services may be impacted.


 



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Munch goes to Freedom Farms Sandwich Shop in Butler

The King family, farmers featured on a reality show, serve super-fresh sandwiches -- for real.



The Hot List: Pittsburgh Symphony in 'Flight'; concert for Nepal; Gene Kelly Awards and more

Plus more events this weekend: PSO’s Fiddlesticks family concert of the season, Pennsylvania Polka and Ethnic Festival, Jeep Cruise ...


 



TV review: Duchovny back in investigative mode on NBC's 'Aquarius'

NBC's "Aquarius" is a fine if unexceptional period TV drama, a broadcast series that tries to look like a cable show.



The Hot List: Pittsburgh Symphony in 'Flight'; concert for Nepal; Gene Kelly Awards and more

Plus more events this weekend: PSO’s Fiddlesticks family concert of the season, Pennsylvania Polka and Ethnic Festival, Jeep Cruise ...


 

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Jennifer Graham: Flogging here, flogging there

Saudi Arabia treats bloggers worse than we treat horses.



FIFA’s mess: The U.S. pursues corruption in world soccer

Pursuit of corruption within FIFA, on various grounds including the choice of venues for World Cups, has long been called for.


 

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