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The new 10,000-square-foot home in Homewood South means twice as many students can learn masonry there.
Mylan rejected the idea of a Teva Pharmaceutical Industries takeover last week, saying it lacked “sound industrial logic or cultural fit.”
The deal appears to align with a national trend that has insurers investing in such freestanding clinics.
Organizers estimated that at least 200 fans turned out to see the game on a 16-by-9-foot video screen under a surprisingly clear night sky.
After confrontation during election forum last week, Pittsburgh Councilman Ricky Burgess says he won’t participate in further debates.
A group of urban farmers, veterinarians and city officials helped draft the ordinance.
Lisa Mearkle, a police officer in Hummelstown, was charged with killing David Kassick, who the police say was unarmed.
A shot was fired as hundreds of college-age partiers left a restaurant in the mall Friday night.
Dan Connolly and Denise Ranalli Russell were raised in Allegheny County suburbs but now live in one of the county's most diverse districts,
The advisory will be in effect from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with the strongest gusts of up to 50 mph expected between noon and 4 p.m.
Bruce D. Lanke, 57, of Ross previously pleaded guilty to aggravated indecent assault and indecent assault of an unconscious person.
Roland S. Catarinella’s concrete legacy lies in the thousands of homes he developed around Pittsburgh’s eastern suburbs since World War II.
The closure was scheduled to start at 7:30 a.m. The project is scheduled to continue until May 22.
Three people, including a young girl, were hospitalized after a fire in a house on the corner of Rockland and Sebring avenues in Beechview.
The Eagle, the North Side’s once-hot nightspot that is now for sale, helped close out an era of gay nightlife.
The new Frick Park Environmental Center is taking shape in Squirrel Hill as Pittsburgh’s newest green building.
Brother Bernard Hartman, a former North Catholic teacher, goes on trial in Australia on charges of abusing children there.
La’Tasha D. Mayes, head of the nonprofit New Voices Pittsburgh, is taking on incumbent Deborah Gross in District 7.
The agency’s spending on secret sources has increased much faster than its overall budget.
Two men got into a fight in Springdale Township; one was struck by the other’s SUV and clung to the hood of the car for many miles.
The vitamin is important for bone health, safe pregnancies and a strong immune system.
The free annual showcase of music, art and culture is set for June 5-14 in Point State Park and throughout the Cultural District, Downtown.
Firefighters said the woman, who used a motorized scooter, was trapped by thick smoke and flames from the fire in Rochester.
It was not his wish to move to Pittsburgh, but Linh Nguyen found a way to pursue his artistic passion in the United States.
A caller told people they owed money for jury duty, and six people from Allegheny County sent $990, local officials said.
The firearm was the fourth discovered in carry-on bags at the airport this year.
Sandra Robertson claimed she was subjected to harassment and ridicule because of her sex, and made less than a man who did the same job.
Humane officers and Hopewell police responded today to an area along the Ohio River off Route 51 in Hopewell.
Physician Yakiv Rogalin has focused the work of his foundation on civilians affected by the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine.
A golfing fundraiser will help Canine Angels train more dogs. “There is a large gap, and this can start to bridge the gap,” says his wife.
Deputies were searching for Ronald Wilson, 37, of Penn Hills, who was accused of missing a March court date in his assault case.
The nine-member commission is required to review Allegheny County’s home rule charter every 10 years and this is the second review.
National prices are also on the way up -- rising 6.6 cents per gallon in the last week.
The 31-year-old victim was stabbed in the chest, arm and leg following an argument in which the two men had been drinking, police said.
The restrictions will occur after 8 p.m. and before 5 a.m. between the Veterans Bridge and the 31st Street Bridge.
Outbound traffic will be restricted to one lane starting one hour after the Pirates and Penguins games have ended.
Work will occur between Pocono Drive and McKinney Lane with traffic limited to one lane in both directions.
Daniel Mondelice, 22, was first arrested early Saturday after the argument over Michael Jordan and LeBron James.
After a heated discussion, the Peters school board tonight approved the creation of a new administrative position in a 7-2 split vote.
The company will be paid $46,088 to complete the study by Oct. 31.
Ross Township commissioners Monday approved a request from the new pedestrian and bicycle committee to hold a 5K run or 1 mile walk.
The council approved two contracts with State Pipe Services Inc. for CCTV inspection and repair of municipal sanitary sewer lines.
The board approved a settlement associated with the No. 1 Cochran along William Penn Highway in Monroeville.
Pittsburgh Poetry Exchange on Wednesday and “An Evening of Haiku and & Short Poetry” on Friday; a bicycle blessing on Saturday ...
The eminent composer Frederic Rzewski performed his “The People United Will Never Be Defeated” at Wholey’s, where one of his sons works.
The high school offers new labs, music, art, academic and athletic facilities to its 1,700 students.
City police are searching for a man who held up a KFC restaurant on Penn Avenue in Wilkinsburg this evening.
The fire started shortly after 10 p.m. and emergency responders reported that one person was believed to be inside the building.
Police are searching for a man involved in a stabbing on Overbeck Street in the Spring Hill-City View neighborhood.
The Warren County coroner has identified the woman who police said died after being punched repeatedly in the face as Robin Ostrowski.