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He scored the Penguins' second and third goals and was a force all over the ice, even logging a little time killing penalties.
The high school offers new labs, music, art, academic and athletic facilities to its 1,700 students.
Industry says the photos don’t represent standard practices but rather show moments where regulators appropriately enforced existing rules
Deploying wigs, glasses, mustaches and more to make the quick changes required of undercover KGB agents on the critically acclaimed TV show.
Next season’s lineup is packed with cultural diversity, a nod to Andy Warhol and the first tap act the Dance Council’s featured in a decade.
The eminent composer Frederic Rzewski performed his “The People United Will Never Be Defeated” at Wholey’s, where one of his sons works.
PennDOT announced that the Parkway West to reopen early due to “the strong possibility of rain.”
National Park Service will mark the anniversary of that somber stop with an event at the state Capitol featuring Lincoln actor Fritz Klein.
Case of “free-range” parents in Maryland sparks discussion on childhood freedoms.
Charlie Morton takes another step in his return, pitching in a simulated game in extended spring training.
Litigation continues in a lawsuit against the NHL brought about by former players who believed the league concealed dangers of concussions.
Across the nation, new rates went into effect on April 1 under the National Flood Insurance Program.
Medicare payments to hospitals now cover less than 90 percent of cost of care, according to the American Hospital Association.
The brand’s designers are working to re-engineer the bra so that it provides more support, particularly for women with larger bust sizes.
In the last decade, YouTube has changed our culture in many ways, including in Pittsburgh.
A night of inspiring speeches and big jams in Cleveland.
The "Writing Pittsburgh" project will open with neighborhoods and technology, publishing three books during the next five years.
We can learn a lot from other cities’ surveillance policies.
Both candidates have solid credentials, but Todd Eagen’s predisposition to a specific class of petitioners should cause voters concern.