The initiative would be the first of its kind in North America, although vertical forests have been created in Italy and China.
Butler County chemical plant closes; had 220 workers
Representatives are traveling to China to explore tourism and educational opportunities with the goal of building eventual airline service.
The agency is seeking protection against fines prescribed by two township charters.
2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport: Fun where you least expect it.
As home values rise and 30-year fixed mortgage rates jump above 4 percent, people are applying for loans, hoping to lock in rates.
Privacy experts express concern about selling of personal data without permission or notification; tech companies react.
More people signed contracts to buy homes last month as warm weather and rising confidence appeared to encourage consumers.
The Commonwealth Court ruling means Kittanning-based Snyder Brothers Inc. does not owe $500,000 in impact fees.
The nuclear firm has agreed to a month-long pause with U.S. utilities as they determine the fate of new reactor projects.
State Rep. Dom Costa, D-Stanton Heights, is drafting a bill to register tow truck drivers and reduce unscrupulous business practices.
More spaces to be available on the North Shore, but not in time for the Pirates home opener.
Moon company chooses Ohio site for new plant
A boom in commercial and industrial development — and a projected wave of retirements — has trade unions scrambling for apprentices.
The Federal Communications Commission rule was designed to give consumers greater control over how internet service providers share info.
The nuclear firm will seek protection under Chapter 11 to stop the bleeding at its Japanese parent company.
Carnegie Robotics will unveil products in May with San Francisco-based Swift Navigation to make robotic movements more accurate.
European stock markets traded in fairly narrow ranges Tuesday.
In recent years, a single judge based in Marshall, Texas, oversaw about a quarter of all patent cases nationwide.
Fracking isn’t being done in Maryland now, but a moratorium on issuing permits ends in October.
A bipartisan group calls for legalizing video-gaming terminals so patrons of bars, clubs and even truck stops could play slots or poker.
Some tenants of the Allegheny Building on Forbes Avenue have to climb as many as 19 flights of stairs to reach their offices.
Though AkzoNobel declined to meet with PPG in Amsterdam, the Downtown company will reach out for support for its offer among U.S. investors.
Manufacturer: Drones should transmit ID
Soaring costs of aging nuclear plants have speeded up the closings of a handful of U.S. plants and are threatening at least a dozen more
Industry officials complain Pennsylvania's environmental agency is taking too long to process drilling permit applications
The initiative, which already includes a solar-powered greenhouse in Homewood, will pitch at UpPrize competition for more funds to expand.
Defunding Legal Services Corp. would hit the state’s poorest regions, where providers are already struggling to meet the population’s needs
Each state has different requirements before it considers unclaimed dividends or options to be abandoned.
The ride-sharing company had halted testing of its self-driving cars after a crash involving an Uber vehicle in Arizona.
Alaska’s governor says the owner of an underwater pipeline leaking natural gas will temporarily reduce amount of gas that feeds into line
The Zambelli fireworks business entered the plea after failing to report more than 63,000 fireworks that were apparently stolen.
Health care defeat rattles markets in a sign of loss of confidence in Trump.
A gallon of regular cost $2.51 as of Sunday, down slightly from last month and bucking the trend of rising prices this time of year.
The Urban Land Institute calls them “18-hour markets” — a mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment that keep people into the evening.
What is it like to have an ethane cracker as your neighbor?
Signs were posted Sunday at the company’s restaurants in Wexford, Bridgeville, Imperial, Harmarville, and Altoona.
Proposed budget cuts would threaten the programs that many students rely on for invaluable aid and experience.
When Shell builds its cracker complex in Beaver County, it will be the third major chemical company to locate there.
Bob Inglis is hoping for a moon shot moment — a conservative movement to fight climate change through a carbon tax.
Epson Perfection V550 costs $200 and is easy to use, while the Epson FastFoto FF-640 is super quick but costs $649.
Workers waste a a lot of time on the job worrying about money, and the price of their lower productivity can be hefty.
Anyone who helps an elderly neighbor or friend should be aware of the potential legal and financial troubles for the helper.
After 11 years of seeing you at the front desk, your boss might have difficulty imagining you anywhere else.
Although the entire burial business is changing, black funeral parlors like West Funeral Home in the Hill have specific challenges.
News from Schneider Downs, Dickie McCamey & Chilcote PC, S&T Bank, Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh and Henderson Brothers Inc.
Workers are set to undertake demolition preparations April 1 for the controversial Whole Foods Market redevelopment project in East Liberty.
What’s life like living between two Shell plants? We went to New Orleans to find out.
The company also suspended test vehicles in Pittsburgh, where its autonomous cars also pick up passengers.
Highmark affiliate trims 52 jobs; Mount Pleasant glass plant to be sold at auction; Blackstone sells stake in SeaWorld to Chinese firm
Highmark affiliate trims 52 jobs