Shabbat 1000 brings together area college students, dignitaries for celebration of Jewish ritual meal
“The idea of the Sabbath is it should bring peace and unity in the world,” said Sara Weinstein, co-director of Chabad House on Campus.
The health department will provide a total of $310,000 to two organizations that can provide street outreach and trauma response teams.
The Pittsburgh Redbud Project continues to plant and maintain native trees along the city’s riverfronts for a bloom of spring color.
Pittsburgh police said the building at 625 Brushton Ave. was the unlicensed base for the New Brotherhood Biker Club.
The money would come in the latest round of state redevelopment assistance capital grant funding.
Four out of five school board seats are contested this year.
The Choice Neighborhoods program involves the development of 334 units in Larimer and East Liberty.
A collection of Democrats make a case to fix the Affordable Care Act, rather than dumping it.
He was part of the hardworking family that built the Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. into the Strip District institution that it remains today.
The Brightwood Civic Group will hold an open house from 1-4 p.m. Sunday at 1136 Woodland and a homebuyer workshop and lunch from noon-1:30
Janet Jai, who was struck by a dirt bike Jan. 20 on Freeport Road, is offering a reward in an effort to identify the driver.
It was officially announced that UPMC intends to build a hospital and other medical offices on 16 acres along Presto Sygan Road.
We talked to the residents of the Pleasant Valley Men's Shelter, which houses 25 men who are homeless 365 nights a year.
Police believe a suspect broke into the home in the 1300 block of Paulson Ave., shot the 27-year-old and then fled.
The popular pastry shop that started in Lawrenceville will now have four times the production space with the new location.
It was the second time in 15 months that an alert was posted at the Oakland eatery.
The union representing the city's 3,000 teachers, paraprofessionals and clerical-technical workers released its endorsements Thursday.
The resignations come less than a week after the contract of PWSA Interim Director Bernard Lindstrom was extended through March 2019.
Review followed a New Year’s Day blaze in suburban Pittsburgh in which five firefighters jumped out of a second-story window.
Dutch paints maker spurns $24.2 billion offer from PPG saying it still undervalues the company.
Robert Elser, 52, of Brookline, a security guard at Pittsburgh Arlington PreK-8, was charged by Pittsburgh police with simple assault.
Kalvin Stewart, accused of killing India Stewart and setting his Jeep on fire to hide blood evidence, was held for court
New Downtown Pittsburgh spot offers Italian with fun and flair.
Yusuf Shepard will serve 5 to 10 years in prison as part of a plea agreement.
Johnson’s petitions lacked the minimum 100 signatures.
The Rev. John Fitzgerald, on leave since 2014 following a single allegation, will not do public ministry.
Some of the protesters at the Allegheny County Jail on Monday night carried knives, fireworks, brass knuckles and a handgun.
Owner of Yinzers in the Burgh buys the Strip District building that houses the iconic Mike Feinberg Co. store
Pittsburgh City Council urged federal lawmakers Tuesday to reject President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018.
A state Senate bill would establish some of Pennsylvania’s first standards specific to automated vehicles.
Despite some recent cold weather, the spring allergy season started early, said Allegheny Health Network allergist Allison Freeman.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey wants the federal government to help these ‘grandfamilies,’ who are now raising 3 percent of the country’s youth.
Champion of racial and gender equality grew up in Rankin and became a major figure in nation’s capital.
A 26-member committee made up of foundation, government, union and community representatives received 21 applications from schools.
Avere Systems closed on a $14 million Series E funding round, bringing total amount raised to $97 million for the cloud data storage firm.
Pittsburgh police said the disturbance began before 8 p.m. when up to 25 people wearing dark clothing and masks launched an attack.
A survey of Pittsburgh cyclists and pedestrians finds they consider robotic cars safer on the road.
Mrs. Payne Lewis, 80, of the Longwood of Oakmont neighborhood in Plum, died Friday after a lengthy battle with bone cancer.
Forest City Realty Trust is considering a “significant” investment to update the Station Square landmark.
Assistant District Attorney Lawrence Sachs was demoted from the narcotics unit to become an area prosecutor serving the Mon Valley.
Pittsburgh police took several people into custody Monday night after a “noise” rally outside the jail turned into a rock-throwing melee.
Jaafar Bey, 55, of Carnegie, was a cook and musician who often cared for his three grandchildren.
State road projects in Allegheny County this year include 123 miles of paving or resurfacing, plus more than $26 million in tunnel work.
Pittsburgh's SWAT team surrounded a camper in which they say an armed man was hiding following a shooting.
Michael T. Vernillo landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He died this month at the age of 98.
There’s little evidence to show a rise in problems associated from legal gambling, but experts caution that addiction often stays hidden.
Work to upgrade Interstate 279 will include improving more than 100 bridges, walls, signs and light fixtures over two years.
Sides begin weighing the issue of whether Pittsburgh Public Schools police officers should be allowed to carry firearms.
The University of Pittsburgh plans to use its research and resources to develop community programs to inspire healthier lifestyle practices.
The internships teach skills like how to manage time, dress for work, make eye contact and provide good customer service.