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There’s no shortage of unique markets throughout Pittsburgh to help you throw the perfect picnic.
The CMU grad and Broadway star was in attendance Thursday for his younger brother’s show, “Parade.”
Dennis Sallmen, 52, was found floating in about three feet of water along Lakeview Beach on the shore of Lake Arthur in Moraine State Park.
Agents said they traced images of children participating in sexual acts to a computer used at the apartment belonging to Daniel Stewart, 29.
Allegheny County fire marshals have closed their investigation of a July 30 trailer home explosion without determining its cause.
The district said the school calendar will be adjusted, including a move of the planned June 12 commencement.
The blaze broke out around 8:30 a.m. at 1032 McClure Avenue at the corner of Skylark Avenue.
Police were called to the Giant Eagle parking lot on Cedar Avenue around 12:30 a.m.
In an appeal, 15 citizens allege township officials did not give citizens enough time or information to evaluate the complex proposal.
The attorney general's office, without explanation, withdrew charges this week against two men charged in connection with the drug case.
PG staffers went to shopping malls in the Pittsburgh area and asked shoppers about the origin of things they bought.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County municipalities must approve federal floodplain maps or risk losing federal flood insurance
Frances Yeend and her husband, James Benner, antiques and art collection is up for auction this weekend in Fairmont, W. Va.
But firearms safety experts say there’s no reason children cannot be taught how to safely handle a firearm.
Atheists, agnostics, free-thinkers, humanists and other skeptics of the supernatural will gather Friday at a Downtown hotel.
There’s something special about Western Pennsylvania high school football.
For 35 years, the co-op offered discounts for volunteers. But concerns about fair wage laws and worker liability will end that next month.
County complaint says Mansions on Fifth owes more than $35,000 in taxes and penalties.
Representatives for Rubino Partners maintained Thursday that their plan ends up producing more money than the other two proposals.
An audit finds that the city's Parks and Recreation Department needs to do a better job of documenting payments to referees and umpires.
The Committee on Government Reform will present to council on Sept. 9 an amended resolution to display the motto at the courthouse.
Two men from Belle Vernon, a Charleroi woman and a New York City resident were indicted for possessing and passing counterfeit money.
Allegheny County’s 2012 budget, with a 1-mill increase, was the only time the county tax has been raised in 14 years.
Heading into the last holiday weekend of summer, the temperature in Pittsburgh has yet to reach 90 degrees. Will that change?
Valley Brook Road in Peters reopened Thursday after a $4.9 million, 15-month project to reconstruct and realign the intersection.
From exploring the numerous trails in the city to the Labor Day Parade and Kennywood, enjoy all Pittsburgh has to offer during the long
Under federal law, losing defendants must usually pay the costs of the plaintiffs' pursuit of a civil rights case.
Tim McNulty, a spokesman for the mayor, said four of the candidates are internal and seven are from out-of-state.
John S. Longo, 58, faces a mandatory minimum 15-year prison term when U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer sentences him, set for Jan. 22.
A jury found David Higginbotham Sr. of Baden guilty of most counts against him, but also found him not guilty of several serious charges.
Concerns included long bus rides for small children to other schools and the effect closing the school would have on property values.
Developer Wayne Zukin had been named to do a series of buildings around the Garden Theater, but now he only has the theater to redevelop.
Aaron Swan, 19, was arraigned early this morning on charges of escape, burglary, carrying a gun without a license and other crimes.
Don Miller, 20, who originally took the dog to authorities saying he found it injured, admitted he tied a wire around its neck, police said.
Christopher Niebauer of Butler, the only man in the eight-member department, claims in a federal suit he has been bypassed for promotion.
The PSO is projecting a deficit of roughly $1.4 million at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, which concludes Sunday.
A Wilkinsburg elder care center donated the school supplies to the Families in Transition program in Wilkinsburg School District.
Two taxi operators from Philadelphia tell the PUC that ride-sharing service Lyft doesn’t have insurance or fare restrictions they have.
Hempfield Area was among the high schools in the eastern suburbs that held summer band camp this month.
As a volunteer, Noah Ingram is fearless when he’s pushing patients in wheelchairs through the halls of Vincentian Home in McCandless.
The borough's water authority said some customers were without water.
Deshea Townsend, 38, has not been implicated in either case. The homes are located in Mount Washington and Ross.
Westmoreland County Prison will introduce face-to-face visits through a website so that families and friends can talk to prisoners.
Rachel’s Challenge is a motivational speaking group created by the parents of Rachel Scott, a victim of the 1999 Columbine High School
The smell of a new building will be in the air on the first day of school Tuesday.
Numbers at Dormont, Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair pools have been good, managers say.
Pittsburgh’s public safety department confirmed the blaze was caused by workers using propane torches to repair the roof and gutters.
An incident outside a North Side Family Dollar store Wednesday night was “a medical situation, not a police matter.“
The school board voted Thursday to appoint Brian Werner as principal of Dormont Elementary School at a salary of $92,000 per year.
A consensus reached between the district and education association provides a four-year teacher’s contract through the 2018 school year.