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Kieran Lynch repairs watches in his O’Hara home, one of a dwindling number of people who make a living working with timepieces.
Two Pittsburgh-area distributors and one local brewer helped overturn decades of state law.
Tajh Boyd, who was a sixth-round draft choice of the New York Jets last year, became the fourth quarterback on the Steelers roster.
The four-year deal includes a 1 percent salary increase in 2016 and 2 percent increases in 2017 and 2018, the mayor’s office said.
James Morton, assistant superintendent of the Allegheny County police, said there were no signs of foul play in the deaths.
Hot flashes that occur in women who are 42 or younger may signal the start of heart disease, a University of Pittsburgh study shows.
The Workforce Diversity Indicators Initiative report was the subject of a forum on diversity at the University of Pittsburgh on Thursday.
Last week a group of teenagers from Indiana, Pa., pulled off something that has lifted a small town and made heroes of high school athletes.
The crash occurred around 7:30 a.m. just before the Forbes Avenue/Oakland exit, according to PennDOT officials.
Diapers, caskets, candy and certain legal services are some of the proposed goods and services the governor’s budget proposal will tax.
Starting his coursework at first base fresh, Pedro Alvarez has done well so far in spring training.
An early morning low of minus-3 degrees broke the record low set back in 1901 at 2 degrees in Pittsburgh.
Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy prepares to play his former team four days after trade
Mayor Bill Peduto wants residents to submit pothole repair request to the city's 311 hot line to help determine what gets fixed.
It’s a well-known fact that in too many cases outstanding professional athletes do not easily walk away from the job.
Also, Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew will retire from professional football.
Seven WPIAL wrestlers win preliminary matches then score upsets of high-ranked opponents int the PIAA Class AAA and AA tournaments.
The decision to bar Dr. Charolette Hoffman from entering Allegheny County Jail leaves the facility without a full-time psychiatrist.
Penn State’s improvements in the weight room are showing up on strength coach Dwight Galt’s charts as Penn State wraps up winter testing.
Defenseman Derrick Pouliot draws praise from new partner Ben Lovejoy
Francisco Liriano throws two scoreless innings; Charlie Morton allows two hits and two walks in first outings since surgery in September.
Pitt coach Jamie Dixon expected the Panthers defense to be much better at this point in the year.
Also: Applications for jobless aid reach a 10-month high, AbbVie to buy leukemia drugmaker Pharmacyclics
According to multiple sources, the PLCB is contemplating a rule change that would allow beer to be sold in smaller quantities.
One bright spot in an otherwise dreadful year is the exoneration of cholesterol.
Hard-working mom finally let loose like a child during a snow storm.
Analysts says that the average investor couldn’t stand the kind of risk necessary to track the performance of the S&P 500.
The teen artists and their teacher David Boyles welcomed guests to the opening reception of their weeklong show, “Prodigy.”
The exhibit, titled “The Gallery,” contains works by nearly 100 students and continues through March 19 at Peters Township Public Library.
All that stands between the former hospital in Jeannette and demolition is agreement with one federal agency.
Bethel Park hires veteran Pittsburgh commander to head police department.
Pittsburgh Book Arts Collective encourages artists and writers to think outside the binding to make works of art in book form.
The Allegheny Intermediate Unit plans to hire a director of instructional innovation and create a league of innovative schools.
Volunteers who organize the display donate proceeds to West Allegheny School District and a host of other organizations.
The moratorium will remain in effect until the governor receives and reviews a report of a task force established by the Senate in 2011.
Charles Dougherty is retiring when his current contract ends June 30, 2016, he told the school's board of directors today.
Judge Kathleen Durkin signed a consent decree Thursday requiring trustees to file, by June 1, an accounting of a disputed Scaife trust fund.
Pittsburgh is a purple battleground between the 2016 political convention sites and the next presidential candidate.
Stay inside and bundle up this weekend, unless you are among the 800 people who plan to run around outside wearing only underwear.
Mr. Murray, who also was a professor of law, served as the first lay president of the university, from 1988 through 2001. He was 82.
The playhouse complex will be constructed on Forbes Avenue, Downtown, moving from its current Oakland location.