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On Saturday afternoon, the man who would be king of Yugoslavia was sitting in a Shadyside living room talking about telemedicine.
Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.
Pittsburgh churches ranging from cathedrals to start-ups have had to make lemonade of the lemons handed to them on the first Sunday of May.
Some Steelers positions of need are well-stocked in the draft, but others have few strong prospects after the early rounds.
Seven Pittsburghers are among 48 Jefferson Award winners who will be recognized as super volunteers at a ceremony on May 4.
An early childhood education program, supported by the PNC Foundation, engages kids to build vocabulary.
Preliminary indications are that the death is not suspicious, and an autopsy to determine cause and manner of death is scheduled.
In Pennsylvania, the rise in gun sales and transfers over the last few years has been dramatic.
Danah Richter, deaf since early childhood, earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Carlow with honors.
The Strip District-based company’s Navio system is taking hold in the surgical world.
State senators are working on competing bills that could be rolled into one.
“Goonies” locations and charm abound in scenic, sleepy Astoria, Ore., which is also near the end point of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Ronald Lawrence, who learned a strong work ethic from his parents, passes on those skills to black youth in the Pittsburgh area.
Monday is the 70th birthday of the Pittsburgh-born playwright many now refer to as the American Shakespeare.
The Australian author who devoted 12 years to writing “The Narrow Road to the Deep North” speaks Wednesday in Oakland.
Mexico’s Xalisco Boys have reached into Pittsburgh and set up a nationwide distribution network that rivals Amway.
Democratic voters should retain Chelsa Wagner as county controller in the primary race with Mark Patrick Flaherty.