Economic and cultural factors have made the New South more appealing than Pittsburgh for many ambitious African-Americans.
Lungs at Work, a clinic in McMurray, provides health care and legal services to coal miners at a time when benefits are under threat.
Johnstown heritage group plans to renovate flood museum with updated exhibition about three famous disasters in 1889, 1936 and 1977.
Faced with declining enrollment and students who drop out, Edinboro decides that tightening admission standards may be the answer.
Lawyers, guardians step up to help as Latino immigrants brace for a Trump administration crackdown on those lacking legal documentation.
The Oliver Bath House, which opened in 1915, houses a 40-by-60-foot heated pool, and was the brainchild of industrialist Henry W. Oliver.
After riders raised concern about racial profiling to check transit fares, Port Authority said that won’t be part of its enforcement plan.
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