In the Pittsburgh region, this year’s open enrollment is anything but typical
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In the Pittsburgh region, this year’s open enrollment is anything but typical

Employers face unusual market for health insurance; open enrollment period to begin

The Affordable Care Act and the Highmark-UPMC breakup mean the normal open-enrollment period dynamics have been turned on their heads.

 With the settlement, Dollar Bank will be paid the $7.9 million it is owed after the August Wilson Center organization defaulted on its mortgage last year.

August Wilson Center in Downtown Pittsburgh rescued

A New York City developer bows out, and an entity to be formed by three Pittsburgh area foundations will buy the building for $8.5 million.

 Alex Hribal, 16, leaves Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court Friday after a hearing on whether and where he should be transferred while awaiting trial.

Upper St. Clair psychiatric hospital refuses to treat 16-year-old Franklin Regional stabbing suspect

Alex Hribal on Friday was ordered to be transferred from the Westmoreland County juvenile detention center to Southwood Psychiatric

 Mary Marazita, associate dean of research at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, looks into one of the freezers that hold research samples.

Researchers find health risks lie hidden in the cleft palate gene

Pitt School of Dental Medicine lands an $11.8 million NIH grant to continue research on the genetics of cleft lips and palates.

 Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hangs his head after the Tampa Bay Bucs score in the final seconds at Heinz Field.

Ron Cook: It was a dark weekend in Pittsburgh sports

But look for the Pirates to win the wild-card game and the Steelers to bounce back from a tough loss. As for Pitt … it might get darker.

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A look back at the weekend

In this Feb. 25, 2010, file photo, former U.S. Rep. James Traficant talks about politics at a diner in Boardman, Ohio.
Obituary: James A. Traficant Jr. / Maverick congressman from Ohio booted after corruption conviction

Harrison joins an illustrious fraternity who realized their time had not yet come

Obituary: Sally Kalson / Incisive, dogged Post-Gazette journalist



Tracking Marcellus

Pennsylvania DEP inspector John Sengle prepares to take water samples from Hawk Run near Philipsburg in January.
A Post-Gazette analysis of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection records provides a detailed look at the Marcellus Shale industry and its regulation.

It shows the serious problems in spotting well-site incidents, record keeping and hiring adequate numbers of inspectors.

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Traffic restrictions scheduled today and Wednesday in Moon, Robinson

Alternating one-way traffic will be in effect from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days on Beaver Grade Road.

Afghanistan, U.S. sign security pact allowing 9,800 U.S. troops to remain in country

Hamid Karzai, the outgoing president, had refused to approve the deal, which is intended to help Afghan security forces combat the Taliban.


Consulting firm finds niche advising small business owners

Business succession plans can be hard to develop — and harder still for PR firms, which hold intangible, difficult-to-price assets.

UPMC physician designations come into question

Family physician Malcolm Harris says his name was wrongly included in a UPMC listing of 1,600 doctors who will not be in Highmark’s network.


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Steel Advice: Don't make game time-family time a competition

Don’t force a sports fanatic guest to go cold turkey on televised sports; you can’t make daughters give you grandchildren.

Let's talk about art: Anna Mikolay

The work of Pittsburgh artist Anna Mikolay brings a hallway to life at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts during the Pittsburgh Biennial.


Neil Diamond coming to Consol Energy Center April 7

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m, Oct. 13 via and through the Live Nation mobile app.

TV reviews: 'Selfie' is better of 2 ABC comedies premiering tonight

“Pygmalion”-inspired “Selfie” has occasional moments of sharp comedy, but there’s nothing to love about ABC’s “Manhattan Love Story.”


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