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“It’s fun, and there are so many people here,” said Leila Giles, 23, who recently moved to Pittsburgh from Los Angeles.
The homes, financed in part by a low-income housing tax credit award, are part of an extensive plan to revitalize Larimer.
People hear the word “speakeasy” and think secret passwords, but often it’s no more illicit than a college keg party.
At a rally in Downtown, local immigrants said President Barack Obama’s action on immigration will prevent families from being divided.
Despite a second incident at Frick Park, Pittsburgh is moving slowly on changes to off-leash area and rules on dogs.
Allegheny County police were searching Friday for Devlin Clifford, who owns the Clairton building where the shootings occurred.
Pittsburgh officials would not release details of a contract with a consultant whose owner worked with Acting Police Chief Cameron McLay.
The president’s recent secret order ensures that U.S. troops will have a direct role in fighting in the country for at least another year.
The 1.6 percent increase translates into increases of more than $3,000 for some of the highest-ranking officials.
John George threw four touchdown passes and Whitehead scored three touchdowns to lead Central Valley past West Allegheny, 35-28.
For the first time this season the Panthers left the confines of the Petersen Events Center and for the first time this season they lost.
Sunny brights and shades of flowery bouquets clear the way for paint companies’ colors of the year for 2015.
From online to in-store retail centers, paint companies want to help you make the right choice.
Ross native Chris Jamison advances on NBC’s “The Voice”; Fox Chapel native Paloma DeNardis shares emotional day on TLC.
TBS cancels a Pittsburgh bar-set sitcom starring Hampton grad Steve Byrne after three seasons.
And the least we can do is give already-Americans an opportunity to succeed.
Early this week Pittsburgh got a taste of winter, but the cold is not an equal opportunity affliction. It falls hardest upon the homeless.