Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day service pays tribute to the victims, the survivors and those who defied the Nazis to save lives
Wilbur A. Steger died Saturday at 87 following about five years of coping with the effects of Parkinson’s disease.
John Galasso, 94, the team’s “Fan of the Game,” has been rooting on the home team since he was a boy at Forbes Field.
A group of PIttsburgh charter schools hosted the event to gauge the city candidates’ perspectives on charters and other issues.
Because it involves feeding children a life-threatening allergen, usually at home, oral immunotherapy remains out of the mainstream.
The authority is planning to rehabilitate the Brilliant Viaduct on the MLK Jr. East Busway and seal the Mt. Lebanon transit tunnel.
By denying public funding for art, keeping art on the back burner, we fail to reward ourselves with much needed uplift.
Housing data show that people looking to buy a home in Pittsburgh should have an easier time than people in other major metropolitan areas.
The district has come under fire over recent incidents, but the superintendent says the district is making positive strides.
As a national initiative to bring robotics into manufacturing takes off in Pittsburgh, a debate looms over automation’s effect on jobs.
A civilian staffer from the sheriff’s office, Lindsey McCarthy, accused Detective Satler of lying about hiring practices.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s website says the two-time Emmy winner’s show canceled due to “scheduling conflicts.”
Wilkinsburg man is arrested two days after a man was wounded during a robbery attempt on Perrysville Avenue.
Amari Hall, a 13-year-old diagnosed with autism, returned home Sunday evening.
The five-alarm fire destroyed three vacant homes across the street from the St. Justin Plaza high-rise building.
The family escaped without injury at the fire on West Brady Street.
The 33-year-old was standing in the driveway of an Armstrong County home when two men approached, with one opening fire.
The center was part of a $19 million facelift at the Squirrel Hill park.
Daniel Aleshire retiring after two decades as director of Association of Theological Schools, navigating changes in churches and academia.
One conference panel Saturday laid out just how big the barriers can be for someone interested in starting a cannabis-related business.
In the months since Casey Schwartzmier, 20, died of an apparent drug overdose, her obituary has been read by people across the globe.
The North Hills Catholic Elementary Schools board is expected to announce this week which teachers will remain.
Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said police believe the fall appears to be accidental but they are continuing to investigate.
John C. Knapp, current president of Hope College in Holland, Mich., was selected after a search from among 150 applicants.
Proposed project would include offices, research and development space, and corporate hangars.
Poignant discussions at conference centered on treatment for children, illustrating why most states have okayed medical marijuana use.
Riverlife has awarded a contract to close the missing link from the Smithfield Street Bridge to the Mon Wharf trail.
District 4, which includes Beechview, Brookline, Overbrook, Carrick and some adjoining neighborhoods, has the only competitive council race.
Sons and grandchildren remember life growing up with Pop-Pop.
The university will make upgrades to the Cathedral of Learning, Chevron Science Center, and Posvar, Scaife and Victoria halls.
AgeWell Pittsburgh receives national Collaboration Prize to recognize how partnership helps keeps older adults independent.
The incident happened at 12:26 p.m., according to a supervisor with the Allegheny County Emergency Center.
A boil water advisory has been lifted in Aspinwall.
Latoya Lyerly told detectives that she heard voices telling her the house “was filled with demons.”
The state’s largest single donor was Clifford Forrest, president of Armstrong County-based Rosebud Mining Co., who contributed $1 million.
Mayor Bill Peduto nominated Debbie Lestitian, Chaton Turner and Jim Turner to fill vacant PWSA board positions.
In March, police charged Michael Scherbanic with five counts of soliciting homicide and other offenses.
Police said Loren Nicole Burke is black and 5-foot-2 with long braided hair.
Officials say several students suffered severe injuries, but none are believed to be life-threatening.
Police said three men armed with guns and wearing masks barged into a house on Royal Street. No injuries were reported.
The bridge will be reduced to one lane inbound from 8 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday.
Mr. Hillman, the visionary billionaire philanthropist who died April 14, will be remembered in a public memorial service at 11 a.m. Friday.
Tex Ortiz will now be resentenced on the count of interference with the custody of a child, which the Superior Court upheld.
With the potential to fetch from $30,000 to $35,000, the liquor license could be the most valuable item to go on the block.
School districts, municipalities are dealing with a 500 percent increase in fees for real estate tax liens.
The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania affirmed that one eaglet is alive in the Hays nest and two are at Harmar.
The board will address the topic again at its May 2 workshop meeting.
A bond refinancing produced a savings of $7 million for the school district, staving off an expected tax increase.
The school district is trying to address a projected $3.3 million budget deficit for the 2017-18 school year.