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The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.
If the NFL can’t support a 4-year-old, this writer is done with the league.
The report from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services sheds light on the population that makes up the Allegheny County Jail.
For the book “Underwater Puppies,” the hard part was getting them out of the pool.
A national conference is being held in Green Tree to help organizations eliminate health disparities among African immigrants and refugees.
Exactly a month after its pastor of 43 years died, the oldest church in Oakmont was destroyed by fire.
Performances mark the occasion as the future remains uncertain for the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
The mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.
British Prime Minister David Cameron promised that commitments made to Scotland during the campaign “will be honored in full.”
Stopping Carolina quarterback Cam Newton will be the No. 1 defensive priority Sunday night.
Sidney Crosby shrugs off injury, surprises everybody by taking part in most of the first practice at training camp
One of Alcoa’s biggest initiatives has been shuttering outdated, inefficient smelters and focusing on more lucrative downstream markets.
The funds have grown and stabilized under the leadership of Treasurer Rob McCord and his great staff.
Winterthur combines the magic of color and fairy tales, showing off Henry du Pont’s life’s work a century after he began.
How to save cannas to plant next year and prepare asparagus beds for winter.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra opened its classical subscription season Friday night at Heinz Hall with a remarkable performance
PICT presents a season of saints and sinners, including works by Shaw, Shakespeare and an “Oliver Twist” adapted by Alan Stanford.
The results Thursday night were a clear 55 percent to 45 percent affirmation of the Scots’ desire to remain in the United Kingdom.
The General Fund would be in better shape if Mr. Corbett had gone after more revenue from shale gas drillers.