Kevin Greene spent only 20 percent of his career with the Steelers, but his years in Pittsburgh were important for him and the team.
Calvin Troup, who graduated from the school in 1983, will become Geneva’s 20th president and take office in the spring.
Video showing attack on teen with cerebral palsy being used to identify students involved.
Altius gets first Four Diamond rating from AAA, one of two city restaurants to do so. Lautrec at Nemacolin again maintains Five Star rating.
County police superintendent said police are still looking for the suspect in shooting at Penn Center apartment building.
Pennsylvania politicians lend their voices just in time for Tuesday’s primary in the Granite State.
Public safety spokeswoman says the suspect has been ”narrowed down to one specific person.”
Yuriry’s Jewelry Store reports missing jewelry, coins and currency from its Smithfield Street store.
The closure will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. near the Millvale (Exit 3) interchange.
Fourteen patients in Pennsylvania are awaiting results of Zika blood tests, the state Department of Health said today.
Steelers beat writer Ray Fittipaldo looks back at the Super Bowl and looks ahead at free agency.
Post-Gazette Penguins beat writer Dave Molinari chats answers questions on Sidney Crosby, Marc-Andre Fleury, Simon Despres and others.
The hospital has been living with negative margins since 1998 with a $1.8 million operating loss in fiscal 2015.
Research suggests that men who seek help are perceived as less than — less competent, less strong, less of a leader.
More than 250 guests came to see Flamenco Pittsburgh perform on Saturday night.
Her fashion career has taken her from Pittsburgh to Kenya, New York City and Paris -— and she’s just getting started.
John Mayer will join members of the Grateful Dead on tour.
The new show by Ruben Graciani and Kiesha Lalama is a Rubik’s Cube of ideas, full of twists and layers that add up for a stunning impact.
Voters want authenticity, which Hillary Clinton is failing to deliver.
How many guards are enough to cover the shifts at the Allegheny County Jail? It’s a question with no easy answer.