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Senior Tyler Wachs could have simply purchased a canoe, but asked, “Why not make something that you can say you built with your own hands?”
Late Friday the Western Pennsylvania Audubon Society confirmed that the second of two eggs laid a month ago was no longer viable.
Heinz, Kraft wedding yields some interesting recipes.
Jupiter the Maltese is overcoming his puppy-mill misery thanks to Penelope and a patient family in Plum.
The 460-acre garden in Oakdale opens April 1 with lots of outdoor family activities on the schedule.
A 75-year old woman was killed and a 79-year-old man seriously injured; another driver is suspected of driving drunk.
The CEO of AHERF (Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation), once the state’s largest health system, was jailed after its fall.
Police say Sgt. Robert Bemis pulled over to the side of I-81 in Schuylkill County on Friday to help a man whose car had caught fire.
The House passed a measure that would create a new payment formula for doctors and charge higher premiums to some Medicare beneficiaries.
Malkin, Hornqvist are expected to return this weekend for Penguins.
Rob Manfred spoke to the Pirates and Minnesota Twins Friday. “It's important to be responsive to our fans,” he said, regarding pace of game.
The overture does not appear to represent an official search effort by the full 15-member board, which has so far supported Gerald Hassell.
The lists rating which school will boost the students’ earning capacity the most aren’t always accurate measures of a college’s full impact.
Get ready for the weekend with 5 Things We Love
Mt. Lebanon designer a co-winner of Renovation Inspiration Contest for opening up her mid-century stone house and making it more modern.
The Pittsburgh Symphony concert featured four horns on Schumann’s “Konzertstuck” and the local debut of conductor Andres Orozco-Estrada.
This weekend’s “at Once There was a House” at the New Hazlett marks the fifth anniversary season of Corningworks.
Looking at Pittsburgh’s bizarre North Side neighborhood through the eyes of a newcomer.
Maybe churches can do what Starbucks couldn’t: spark a genuine and voluntary dialogue that leads to reconciliation across racial lines.