The new Boulevard Apartments at 5801 East Liberty Blvd.
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The new Boulevard Apartments at 5801 East Liberty Blvd.

Pittsburgh renting rates rising quickly

As a percentage increase, rent locally is rising faster than established high-rent cities such as New York and San Francisco.


 Charter schools such as Lincoln Park could be in trouble athletically if the PIAA forces top players like Elijah Minnie to compete for their home public school districts.

Charter schools targeted by PIAA

The PIAA may ask for charter school athletics reform, which would have sweeping effects on the boys basketball landscape in the state.



 People walk to the next station during the reading of the Stations of the Cross above Seton-La Salle High School in Mt Lebanon.

Christians commemorate Stations of the Cross on Good Friday

At Seton-LaSalle Catholic High School, the Stations of the Cross were installed as an Eagle Scout project about five years ago.



Advocacy group sues Pa. universities over athletic opportunities for women

The Women's Law Project with the Office for Civil Rights targets 9 state universities in a legal complaint.

  • Women's Law Project letter to Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education



  •  Director Gabriele Muccino and Jane Fonda on set for "Fathers & Daughters" being shot in Pittsburgh.

    Crowe, Seyfried, Fonda and Kruger lead cast of 'Fathers & Daughters' filming here

    It was the leading man who drew some to the project in which Pittsburgh stands in for New York, including Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope.



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    Fifth person dies in Armstrong County crash

    Kent Smith, 34, of Elderton died at 11:10 p.m. Thursday at UPMC Presbyterian, according to the Allegheny County medical examiner's office.



    Pa. DEP investigating liner leak at gas wastewater site in Washington County

    A state Department of Environmental Protection spokeswoman confirmed that Range Resources discovered the leak during an inspection this


     

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    Pennsylvania's unemployment rate falls to 6 percent, lowest since 2008

    The rate for March fell for the right reasons -- more people working and fewer unemployed.



    Ukraine, Russia aim to defuse crisis

    President Barack Obama was skeptical about the agreement that called on activists in eastern Ukraine to stand down.


     



    For some Pitt students, UPMC could soon be out of network

    A University of Pittsburgh sophomore’s broken ankle has exposed a new twist in the ongoing Highmark-UPMC contract dispute.



    Chairman: PPG 'the largest coatings company in the world'

    PPG, founded near Pittsburgh as a glassmaker,  has completed its transformation to primarily a coatings business, its chairman says.


     





    BBC America's 'Orphan Black' returns

    The show, an entertaining showcase for newcomer Tatiana Maslany, returns for season two with more clones than ever.



    British sci-fi 'Under the Skin' thrills

    The thriller hits the screen with Scarlett Johansson's beauty in the body of a seductive alien -- boys beware.


     

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    Republicans are fine at diagnosing social problems, but their prescriptions don't work.


     


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