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Many had thought a grand jury decision would be announced Sunday, based partly on a stepped-up police presence in the preceding days.
The contingent is fighting for better wages, elimination of medical debt and the right to unionize, a spokesperson said.
Construction is expected to begin in August or September of 2015 and the project’s expected to be completed by October 2017.
Highly educated and ambitious, Indians are Pittsburgh’s largest recent immigrant group.
The Pirates were wise to not get caught up in a bidding war for Russell Martin, but the decision to bring back A.J. Burnett is not as smart.
Studio C, the brainchild of Cyndi Casteel, is vying for some of the $60 million in state tax credits given annually to qualified facilities.
Alex Simakas plans to convert five acres at the former Interlocking Deck Systems plant at 43rd and Willow streets.
In the wake of two violent incidents, the district has moved quickly on new procedures for alternative education and detention.
The bridge, closed for repairs since July 16, will reopen at 5 p.m.
Giles and Schmidt each appear on the ballot for the first time, along with 15 other newcomers. The results will be announced Jan. 6.
The good news for the Steelers is they control their fate in the division. They have two games remaining against Cincinnati.
The projects enable UGI customers in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area to be nearly 100 percent supplied by Marcellus Shale natural gas.
Collecting from patients can be more complicated than dealing with insurance companies.
Farm animals get a second chance at Hope Haven Farm, a sanctuary founded by veterinarian Karen Phillips.
The Heinz History Center welcomed 150 patrons to the 1879 Founders Dinner as a way to show appreciation.
From a simple backyard barbecue to an extravagant five-star bash, same-sex weddings are all about personal style.
Plus: the Macy’s “Believe” campaign is back to add a sprinkle of magic to holiday shopping, Shadyside celebrates small businesses and more.
Model-turned-actress Rebecca Romijn has taken a job with TNT’s “Librarians,” but she’s no shrinking violet in this action series.
Three works — two paintings by Mark Rothko and a Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond — fetched over $30 million.
The president has forced Republicans’ contradictions into the sunlight, and they don’t like it.
Navigating the thicket of city building and zoning codes, permits and licenses should be easier than it is today.