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Bishop David Zubik will preside at a special Mass, including a prayer for the sick, to honor the Rev. Dennis Colamarino on Saturday.
The Steelers seemed out of sync on both offense and defense in a lopsided loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in their third preseason game.
Union leaders are at odds over allowing Gov. Tom Corbett to march in the annual Labor Day parade.
Owner Forest City Enterprise is demolishing the building as part of a plan to eventually add residential housing to the complex.
The Pirates can jump back in the playoff race with their weekend series against the Brewers -- but it will be played at dreaded Miller Park.
Davin Gartley’s buildings are empty after a series of building violations and now vagrants and teens are hanging out at the property.
A six-acre meadow could absorb as much as 600,000 gallons of water each year, part of a trend in keeping rain out of municipal pipes.
The Steelers held off discipline for two running backs involved in a drug case, and both played against the Eagles.
The Panthers coaching staff has a few familiar faces as assistants in former players Ryan Turnley, Mike Shanahan and Scott McKillop.
FICO, the nation’s most widely used credit scoring agency, is revamping how it computes credit scores.
As the season kickoff nears, sports brokerage Fantex has given fans another reason to watch the NFL stocks.
Local gymnasts thrilled to meet some of the best during P&G Gymnastics Championships at Consol Energy Center this weekend.
In sight of the malls and shopping centers of Upper St. Clair, a community garden thrives.
“When the Game Stands Tall,“ starring Jim Caviezel as a coach, dramatizes what happens when a 151-game winning streak comes to an end.
“If I Stay” stars Chloe Grace Moretz as an Oregon teen who must choose between life and death after her family is in a calamitous accident.
Polls show that we may be less divided about race relations than we think.
Under the proposed Homeless Children and Youth Act an estimated 900,000 young adults and families would become eligible for assistance.