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The 242-unit apartment complex at Grant Street and Liberty Avenue is being offered for sale by its owner, Brothers Property Corp.
The painting shows a Downtown street as it was a century ago, before construction of the current City Hall and Oliver Building.
Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay wrote that the transfer was not punitive but an effort to restore the community’s faith in the bureau.
The Panthers are set to hire Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi, according to a source close to the program.
All the Steelers want for Christmas is a division title.
Standing in the rain late Wednesday, Mr. McBride watched firefighters scramble to save the home he had decorated for the holiday.
A $1.8 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will help start data portal for Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
Men who for months had been trying to kill each other traded gifts, drank and even played soccer on the no man’s land between the trenches.
Albert C. Van Dusen was a University of Pittsburgh administrator who forged international ties.
Dave Molinari breaks down some of the most promising players in the Penguins organization.
North Allegheny’s Meg Morningstar and Cornell’s Dane Jackson earn weekly recognition.
The 370Z handles like a dream, as a low-slung sports car like this should. Winding country roads are a delight.
The Takata board voted to replace Stefan Stocker, who became president last year.
The city’s growing economy feeds a dynamic food scene. Here’s how we can do better next year.
Xante, the four-legged friend of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom, is missing. Can you help us find him among the Pittsburgh luminaries?
“The Gambler” slots Mark Wahlberg and Brie Larson into an update of roles played four decades ago by James Caan and Lauren Hutton.
Rob Marshall gets it right in bringing the Sondheim/Lapine classic “Into the Woods” to the big screen.
The holiday has been canceled in Sierra Leone, but we can see it in the distance.
From the Post-Gazette family to your family, Merry Christmas.