Study for a municipal ID for Pittsburgh indicates that marginalized groups would benefit from the identification card.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams — men whose intense friendship seems more remarkable and reassuring than ever before in this bizarre year.
Signage offers a self-guided tour of churches in one of Pittsburgh’s most historic and scenic neighborhoods.
As people question Anthony Hamlet’s ”educational philosopy,” academics question the severity of his alleged misstep.
In-house labor cost the city nothing extra, the mayor’s administration said, but an audit by the controller put a $239,679 price tag on it.
The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s youth program has introduced golf to hundreds of young people across the region.
Forget those weather concerns — analysts say Pittsburgh is a retiree’s dream.
Longtime KDKA-AM broadcasteer died at age 92 in December.
Support for Pittsburgh venues that bear August Wilson's name have resonance to words the playwright spoke 20 years ago about arts funding.
Ceramic artist Christian Morris making a conversational map of the Strip District for exhibit at Society for Contemporary Craft.
From lipstick to legwear, more brands are broadening their definitions of nude to include new options for skin tones across the spectrum.
The sanitation authority’s Summer Science camps prepare the next generation for the challenges of a changing environment.
The Flex Robotic System is now the centerpiece of a $130 million privately-held Medrobotics based in Massachusetts.
With a proposal in zoning review, Atlas Development sets out to make the South Hills neighborhood a destination.
After the zinc plant he worked at for 40 years closed, mechanic Randy Shawger goes back to school and ends up teaching at Rosedale Tech.
Michael Mykita, a local entertainer who plays a variety of characters, got his start as a systems analyst at a steel mill.
It’s not uncommon for a caregiver child to move in to take care of a parent, thus possibly curtailing their own career and earning ability.
Pennsylvania Association of Credit Management, KU Resources Inc., Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Cranberry, Federated Investors Inc.
There are options out there when it comes to replacing a bit of turntable history.
The Pirates improved to 37-39 and will go for a four-game series sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday.
Minnesota has been slow to join other states in curbing the prescribing of powerful painkillers.
While Armstrong is solidly Republican, it’s also the only Pittsburgh-area county where Democrats backed Mr. Sanders over Ms. Clinton.
One veteran says ‘it’s a travesty if they’re going to forget about these guys, and women, too.’
Pittsburgh CAPA wins 10 Kellys and Marnie Quick and Chartiers Valley’s Devin Moore take top acting awards Saturday at the Benedum Center.
Dedication to homegrown food helped make The Porch one of the first to get a platinum designation from Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants.
Jeff Locke (2-3) scattered six hits and two runs over seven innings, dropping his ERA 45 points to an even 5.00.
The Buses for Perry Highway Campaign will meet to decide its next steps in efforts to get bus service north of West View on Route 19.
In its 89-page report, the grand jury said teachers groomed young women, spending “exorbitant” amounts of time with them outside of class.
For a few hours Thursday, people were able to use their Uber apps to have puppies come to their place of work for a 15-minute visit.
Workers may deploy pesticides to kill mosquitoes around the homes of Zika-infected people in Pennsylvania, part of a statewide control plan.
Auditor general Eugene DePasquale wants districts to be required to seek competitive bids to transport students.
Friday night, Chris Stewart had three hits, including a bunt single, drove in three runs and also picked off a runner in the Pirates’ win.
See some of the best of what’s happening in Pittsburgh during this fall season including the arts, concerts, festivals and more.
The Fall issue of Distinction covers fine living from sizzling steaks to the unique character and culture of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Visitors at a new complex at the Flight 93 memorial in Somerset County will be taken on a chronological, historical and emotional tour.
On the bright side, better to be eliminated, 11-1, than, say, 11-10.
Gov. Tom Wolf issued a moratorium on executions in February, saying death penalties were “based on a flawed system.”
Politicians gathered at the annual comedy event to raise money for Allegheny County’s Music Festival Fund.
Who among us has not shot arrows of criticism -- some mild, some venomous -- at Pedro Alvarez during the current season?
The scope and intensity of the federal inquiry are unclear, but it comes as Kane prepares to mount a legal fight against criminal charges.
Bakery Square Self Storage LLC has purchased the five-story, red-brick building on Hamilton Avenue in Larimer.
The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties has gone to Commonwealth Court, seeking an injunction.
The smell of hydrogen sulfide has been worse than normal this month due to a lack of wind and rain to disperse the coke plant emission.
Alejandro Villanueva, who served three tours of duty in Afghanistan, is now trying to become an offensive tackle for the Steelers.
A five-mile oval in a leisurely 94 minutes makes for a special view.
Aug. 17 came and went even though it was the deadline for signing a peace agreement by parties to the 20-month-old civil war in South Sudan.
Lisa Ferraro, who grew up in Kennedy, has a new album out, “Serenading the Moon,” produced by Houston Person.
Here are a few of the PG’s favorite spots around the region, highlighting a trend not limited to beer joints.
The bank will be required to pay refunds of $11 million to individuals and $3 million to businesses, plus $20.5 million in civil penalties.
Parents who are still paying off their loans are determined to save for their own children’s education to help them avoid the cycle of debt.