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The Obama administration is expected to propose raising the threshold below which managers have to be paid overtime.
Strict rules on spending grant money limit its use. “I think the money enabled us to try some different things,” said the union leader.
Meet a few of the fledgling companies that are carving out their place in Pittsburgh’s growing dance scene.
Andrew McCutchen singled, homered and drew two walks. He knocked in two runs and scored twice.
The owner of dogs found dead inside a Beechview home Friday was arraigned this morning on charges including five counts of animal cruelty.
The new Pittsburgh program mixes athletic training with academic rigor to give inner-city students a gateway to graduation.
From electronic implants to stem cells, University of Pittsburgh researchers and others seek ways to halt blindness.
A flexible master plan has allowed a relatively small school to sustainably develop nearly 400 acres of farmland in Richland Township.
Peters Township native Alison Riske has emerged as one of the United States’ most promising young tennis stars.
Pirates notebook: Terry Collins has his own pitcher who is 42 and still giving batters’ fits.
Through “I Care” initiative, United Way hopes businesses and others will keep watch on elderly citizens who may be on verge of crisis.
Research shows finding something in common with employers helps in landing a job.
For the third year, Tamiah Bridgett will organize events here that carry out the meetup day’s mission to support and celebrate natural hair.
Tammy Hepps left a great job working with NBC in New York to pursue her family’s history in Homestead.
A Broadway original and a Tony nominee are reviewed by our critics.
Award-winning journalist Asne Seierstad tells the tale of the murder of 77 Norwegians by a troubled loner in 2011.