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The victory pulled the Penguins out of a 0-1-1 skid and raised their record to 4-2-1.
Pitt lost five fumbles in the first quarter and couldn’t recover against Georgia Tech Saturday, as the Panthers fell to the Yellow Jackets.
The Pittsburgh Symphony presented a Nordic landscape with works by Grieg, Nielsen and Sibelius.
A house in Brookline features new siding, windows, bamboo floors and heating/central air conditioning.
Various routes proposed for September 11th National Memorial Trail are still in the planning stage.
Fourteen law enforcement officials were honored Friday at the annual Amen Corner Senator John Heinz Law Enforcement Awards Luncheon.
The website cost $249,559 to build, with Team Pennsylvania Foundation paying $215,000.
UberX has been available in Pittsburgh since March, but just rolled into Philadelphia this weekend.
A senior associate at the UPMC Center for Health Security, Dr. Adalja has become the go-to expert for media to talk about Ebola.
To reduce their arbitration responsibilities and add depth in the middle infield, the Pirates acquired Justin Sellers from the Indians.
Le’Veon Bell has been the motor of the offense and is on pace to break several single-season franchise records in yardage.
EDMC to delist its stock from Nasdaq
Highmark and UPMC are bypassing physicians and contacting patients directly to keep them in their networks.
Ross Township man’s journey on “The Voice” leads to a crowded house.
The sequel to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is missing the spark of the earlier PBS miniseries.
I have so many other worries; let me tell you about them.
The highway that runs from the North Shore through the Allegheny Valley has been a work in progress for ages.