Steeler "Mean Joe Greene" sports his four Super Bowl rings on his fingers at Steelers training camp in Latrobe in 1980.
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Steeler "Mean Joe Greene" sports his four Super Bowl rings on his fingers at Steelers training camp in Latrobe in 1980.

Steelers to retire Joe Greene's No. 75

The number retirement ceremony will take place during the Steelers’ Sunday night home game against Baltimore on Nov. 2.


 Ray Chester, right, a retired boilermaker from Local 154, joins hundreds of people in the stands at Highmark Stadium for a rally in support of American energy and jobs in the coal industry today.

Corbett leads rally opposing regulations curbing emissions

Gov. Tom Corbett joined West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor and about two thousand more coal industry supporters.



Notices of possible faculty layoffs go out at five of Pa's 14 state-owned universities

The professor cuts, if they happen, would occur at the close of the 2014-15 academic year. Possible numbers have not been decided.



 Edgar and Sandy Snyder, married for 32 years, stand for a photo during the Anne Lewis Humanitarian Awards held at the Fairmont Hotel, Downtown, in June.

Edgar Snyder defamation lawsuit dropped

The well-known Pittsburgh attorney sought to have a defamation suit against his estranged wife sealed; the suit has been discontinued.



 Jon Lester could soon join the Pirates rotation.

Red Sox starter Jon Lester pops up on radar for Pirates

The Pirates emerged as a candidate to acquire Boston ace Jon Lester, but he'd cost something the team has proven to covet -- top prospects.



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U.S. courts warn of email juror scam

The email, purportedly from the "National EJuror Program" and sent this morning, directs the recipient to respond to a summons.



Races to close Parkway North HOV and Downtown streets

The closure is scheduled from 7 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Monday for the 17th annual Pittsburgh Triathlon and Adventure Race.


 

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Temple making standardized tests optional

Temple University announced it will move to test-optional admissions, the first public research university in the Northeast to do so.



Obituary: Theodore “Dutch” VanKirk / WWII airman whose crew dropped atomic bomb on Japan

Mr. VanKirk, a Northumberland, Pa., native was the last surviving member of the crew that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.


 



Uber hiring drivers in Harrisburg

And on Tuesday, the company launched a new version of its service for businesses.



GM sales still cruising along despite recalls

Pittsburgh area GM dealers and customer react to the growing recall but sales show no signs of slowing down.


 





Associated Artists Annual at Westmoreland is a respectable reflection of regional art

The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s annual exhibition is a visually dynamic representation of contemporary art being made in our region.



Review: CLO succeeds in quest for a 'Spamalot' that stands out a lot

The musical comedy based on the movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” delivers on all cylinders.


 

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David Brooks / The Arabs’ 30-year war

It’s amazing how much of the discussion of the Gaza war is based on the supposition that it is still 1979. It’s based on the supposition



Where's the work?: It’s hard to justify Corbett adviser Ron Tomalis’ high salary

The reasons for Ron Tomalis’ hefty salary are unclear.


 

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