Julie Coletti’s grand house and six others will be open Sunday for the 36th annual Shadyside House Tour.
Peg Parks has a tried-and-true formula for choosing the hippest Pittsburgh neighborhood in which to live: Follow the young people.
Located 11 miles southwest of Downtown, the 12.8-square mile township has a history that precedes the Revolutionary War.
S&A Homes Centennial Point community near Settler's Ridge appeal to both first-time buyers and empty nesters looking to downsize.
The Village at Stonegate is a community of villas featuring first-floor master bedrooms and low-maintenance community living.
Penn Township, 25 miles east of Pittsburgh, might be best known as the land where the Battle of Bushy Run was fought and won in 1763.
The home on South Pacific Avenue, featured on Sunday’s Friendship House and Architecture Tour, has seen a century's worth of history.
Allegheny City Society and Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation offer walking tours on the North Side and other parts of the city.
Collections scheduled Oct. 3 and 10 for hard-to-recycle items and household chemicals.
But Pittsburgh real estate professionals dispute the Seattle-based company’s findings.
Couple is proud to show improvements on their Blackridge home, one of 10 stops on Wilkinsburg House & Garden Tour.
Bell Acres house and landscaped grounds offer views and an easy jaunt across the course at Sewickley Heights Golf Club.
Located 19 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, Bell Acres is nestled in the floodplains of Big and Little Sewickley creeks.
Textile designer Susan Hable boldly goes into furniture design with a new collection, Hable for Hickory Chair.
$500K gone uncollected for such properties at county, municipal and school levels since 2012. Homestead exemptions also improperly granted.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 26, homes ranging from the former home of hall of fame baseball player Bill McKechnie to a midcentury modern
Ronald Robertson and Richard Prescott bought a stack of antique tin ceiling tiles to use in their house, but not as a ceiling.
Sunday’s house tour in the Mexican War Streets on the North Side features an architect's improvements on a store turned into a home.
Owner of Harmar townhome chose bright colors, taller cabinets and counter tops to accommodate his height.
Located just 13 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, Harmar Township was named after Ebenezer Denny's son, Harmar.
The tour will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 4.