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Barbara Daly Danko has been a dedicated public servant and has the experience and education to understand public policy issues.
Barbara Daly Danko serves on the Allegheny County Human Relations Commission and the Local Government Academy board of directors.
Weren’t there supposed to be extra Monroeville police on hand on the weekends?
Has anyone noticed our country’s landscape lately?
Chelsa Wagner’s staff is responsive as ever. Candidate Mark Patrick Flaherty is trying to paint a picture that doesn’t exist.
Instead, I have seen acres of newsprint devoted to Benghazi, where emails were sent and a multitude of other red herrings.
The Republicans’ belief that Hillary Clinton is the candidate of yesterday is very disturbing because they are dismissing years of progress.
Several administrations and the state Legislature kept finding reasons to delay the state’s share of payment.
The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Junior High District Orchestra Festival, hosted by Pine-Richland, was a newsworthy event.
His relationship with an airline industry lobbyist raises serious questions about who he is representing.
Instead of prosecuting him, we should spank him and thank him for proving that our security system is not perfect.
We understand the inconvenience changes have caused for some and are working hard to resolve them.
I grew up in Morningside but never walked to East Liberty (at age 10!) to catch a bus.
Jack Kelly quotes the Rev. William Owens as saying regarding gays, “They have not been hung from trees or denied basic human rights.”
Too few of our legislators appreciate the relationship we share with our northern neighbors, friends and allies.
Many Pennsylvanians across every income level stand to lose big under Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal.
Instead of tempting the working person with a treadmill desk, how about we lessen the workday and even the work week?
Is Highmark trying to impress us with its services?
The multimodal freight system needs dedicated federal infrastructure funds, reflecting its importance to local and national economies.
The Wolf administration claims the home-care issue is only about “representation,” not “unionization” -- a distinction without a difference.
Linking furlough decisions to Pittsburgh’s evaluation system will do more harm than good for Pittsburgh students.
Hard-working educators fight daily uphill battles to ensure their students’ success and are beaten back by regular public evisceration.
He says he won’t be “intimidated by the dime store Nazis” likening the left in this country to the Nazi regime in the 1930s.
The Holocaust was a terrible event for and disgraceful act for humanity; therefore, all humans have the right to mourn all the lost lives.
What alternatives to war are available in this turbulent, violent era?
Only by trying new policies do we have a chance of ending our national paranoia regarding future terrorist attacks.
Mr. Kelly says he respects the rabbi who refused to marry him and his beloved. Would he respect hoteliers who refused to host the reception?
Jack Kelly’s opening salvo last week was a familiar one from the right: Gay marriage is expressly forbidden by God as written in the Bible.
Children of the Dark Ages (in the middle half of the last century) were taught to “Stop, look and listen” before crossing a street.
I object to the disgusting depiction that all white police officers defend and support the actions involved in a hideous crime.
Of course, our politicians are tripping over each other to bloviate about the unfairness of it all. But that hot air will only be temporary.
I was born and raised across from the entrance on 40th Street.
We always got to the top of the wall, walked down and sometimes back up. This was part of our playground.
Is it really shocking to read that Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a ban on Russian missile sales to Iran?
Arms exports are needed to help the U.S. arms industry maintain production levels at a time of decreasing U.S. military expenditures,
Did anyone tried to unfairly influence the endorsement process of an LGBT political group?
Enough of the bike lanes already.
When will the richest country in the world adopt a single-payer system so we can get quality health care at a reasonable cost?
People form co-ops for housing and food, so why not energy?
Troy Polamalu has retired.
How can Brian Albert label as “anti-Semitic” a Holocaust remembrance with a Jewish survivor, co-sponsored by a Jewish peace organization?
Edith Bell is someone who survived the atrocities of the Holocaust and works to stop perpetuating systems of war and domination.
Do Romoff’s future plans include cutting off UPMC care to subscribers of AARP, Humana or Aetna Medicare Advantage plans?
We have a moral and legal obligation to provide the services and support veterans need to get through their own personal hells.
The overall benefit of smart reductions in crime in one area is likely to be an overall crime prevention benefit effect in nearby areas.
George F. Will (“When Everything Is a Crime,” April 9) is absolutely correct regarding significant problems in our criminal justice system.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listing burdens businesses but does nothing to address the underlying problem, white-nose syndrome.
When are the leaders of the black community going to step up and confront this problem?
This expensive three-ring binder is an offensive and deplorable corporate waste of my health care dollars.
No longer will IUP charge a flat tuition rate; beginning next year, full-time students will be charged per credit.