Bryan Grejtak started may have started as a baseball player, but a tour of the home he built shows he was born to be a builder.
Early settlers arrived on this land in 1760 but residents near Loyalhanna Creek petitioned to establish a new township in 1789.
Bank renovation helps history shine in the heart of Lawrenceville, wins Best in Show in PG’s Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Kim Basick and Chris Waraks are transforming a North Side block one row house at a time, winning the Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Judith and Craig Minegar turned “the biggest, ugliest house on the block” into a classic showplace on a quiet street in Beaver.
Beaver Borough became the county seat in 1800 when the county was formed and a separate borough within on March 27, 1802.
The celebrity cook and her husband, John Cusimano, debuted the Rachael Ray Home Collection at the Spring High Point Market last month.
A Franklin Park couple spent 10 years deciding what they wanted before embarking on an award-winning renovation.
Today, the nearly 17-square-mile borough is thick with rolling hills and woods and its southern edge skirts the Monongahela River.
Couple spends 18 years transforming a three-bedroom house with a new kitchen, cedar ceilings, two sunrooms and a huge deck.
West Mifflin mechanic Tom Kazar turns abandoned building into cafe that draws on steel history.
Just a year after historic designation, 1860s Lawrenceville rowhouses in jeopardy by owner who wants to build new townhouses.
When they couldn’t find a contractor, they tackled a vacant row house themselves. It’s one of 10 stops on the Historic South Side Home Tour.
Leaving behind a 5,200-square-foot Colonial, Susan and Greg wanted something smaller and greener with an open floor plan and great kitchen.
Ranch-style house at 132 Mary Reed Road in Economy, Beaver County, has four bedrooms and three full baths.
The area was settled in the 1790s by members of the Ullrich, Barto and Davis families, according to the borough’s website.
Highland Park house was a tea stop 30 years ago. This year, it’s the star of the Highland Park House Tour.
This bedroom community on Route 65 in the Ohio River Valley is bookended by Edgeworth and Glen Osborne, with Sewickley Heights on the hill.
Penthouse unit No. 5 on Elwick Street boasts a private elevator and an office with panoramic views of the Sewickley Valley.
The South Side Community Council will hold its 25th annual Historic South Side Home Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 14.
Family-owned and operated for 75 years, Altmeyer’s carves out its own niche by knowing Pittsburgh tastes.
Inspiration burns brightly in an old firehouse renovated by Paul Fireman. It’s a runner-up in the PG’s Renovation Inspiration Contest.
Art teacher and husband “maxed out” upgrades and added a “green” game room to 3,000-square-foot house in North Fayette’s Pointe West plan.
Established in 1796, the township contains a section of the Mingo Trail and was reputedly on the Underground Railroad.
An Irwin candle-maker and Pittsburgh Dad have collaborated on a nostalgic candle with distinctive aroma many Pittsburghers may recognize.
"We need to make sure that real estate taxes are fairly applied and allow residents to not be priced out of their homes," Mayor Peduto said.
The Winter Furniture Market in Las Vegas was a showcase for furniture that provokes comment.
While you’re in this Mon Valley town, stop by the museum dedicated to the people who were killed and sickened in a 1948 pollution event.
Concrete houses were Thomas Edison’s idea, but Donora made them a reality. Now, these homes are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Donora is the birthplace of baseball players Stan Musial and Ken Griffey Jr. and Sr. It was incorporated in 1901.
The country’s largest residential solar provider will start sales to Duquesne Light Co. customers this week.
Michael Ferraro used reclaimed wood and stone from three barns to build a rustic, 5,700-square-foot house on 2.5 acres in Indiana Township.
Named after the Indiana territory, the land was incorporated in 1805.
Robin Alexander combined ingenuity, salvaged materials and stained-glass craftsmanship into a winner of the Renovation Inspiration Contest.
The annual Winter Market is full of dramatic dynamic furnishings — pure Vegas.
Oak and walnut woodwork, stained-glass windows and original hardware make 87 W. Steuben St. a period-perfect property.
Hampton house is just one sign of Joe Lagnese’s creativity. The retired engineer also cooks, bakes, paints, sculpts and plays in a band.
Crafton’s early settlers were Frenchmen who traded with Seneca Indians along Chartiers Creek.
Shadyside was once known as Automobile Row. Today, the neighborhood is a hub for hospitals and the world-renowned Hillman Cancer Center.
Designer Louis Talotta’s home and office on Centre has been restored to its 19th-century grandeur. Now it’s on the market for $1.1 million.
Framing the reflection is what making mirrors is all about for Carl and Carol Canner, owners of Carvers’ Guild.
Pittsburghers, along with much of the country, think this is the time of year to strike for residential real estate sales.
For the ninth time, music students from CAPA are performing jazz standards at the Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.
Decorating is a little tricky, but living in a geodesic dome is an adventure.
McCandless was primarily a farming community in the 1800s until electric railways spawned growth.
The Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show includes four idea-packed rooms by designers from the American Society of Interior Designers.
From metal tassels to mega flowers to sleek and swiveling seats, it’s all style and daring design for the modern-minded.
The Home and Garden Show runs through March 13 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Mature trees, shrubs and landscaping create a peaceful setting for a 1,900-square-foot house with three bedrooms and two baths.
The National Arbor Day Foundation has designated the borough as a “Tree City USA” Community for two decades.