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How preschoolers are taught is gaining greater focus as federal and state officials hope to expand funding for early childhood learning.
A Montgomery County judge appointed a special prosecutor to investigate alleged leaks by Attorney General Kathleen Kane to a newspaper.
Redevelopment work will take away 1,000 of the 3,200 spaces, with the first impact seen tonight when the Pens play at Consol Energy Center.
Gov. Tom Wolf makes the case for his budget in a Facebook town hall.
Heinz Endowments’ Andre Heinz is a driving force behind an international summit that will explore sustainable urban development.
The revised rules approved by Pittsburgh City Council set up a three-member commission but also allow council members to propose names.
A three-alarm fire heavily damaged the Large Hotel on Oak Road; another fire was reported at the former Chick’s Grill.
The revisions were mandated by the state so that restaurant inspections in the county conform to state and federal food codes.
The ill-fated Lawrence County racetrack couldn’t find a bank willing to lend it money — so it turned to China.
Rookie Derrick Pouliot is seeing much more ice time as the Penguins are down to five defensemen.
Chelsea Peretti predicted in 2012 that John Holdzkom would turn his career around. Last season, he did.
Novum has signed a 10-year lease to occupy about 28,000 square feet of space in Station Square’s seven-story Commerce Court office building.
News from U.S. Steel; PPG; GNC; Consigliere; Crossmedia; 22squared; American Eagle; Carnegie Mellon; Pitt; Royal Philips; and more.
A versatile veggie that brightens just about any recipe, asparagus can be boiled, steamed, fried, grilled or roasted.
Both of these cookbooks would make an excellent holiday present, along with a bag of Matzo Granola and a bottle of kosher-for-Passover wine.
The movie once called “Let It Snow,” and now “Love the Coopers,” needed a city with a white Christmas vibe and found it in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh native Billy Porter stars in a one-man show Friday night on “Live From Lincoln Center” on WQED-TV
Gay rights should be pursued with persuasion, not coercion.
East Liberty Development Inc. deserves kudos and continued support.