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Nettie Gibson and Eileen Gibson first came together in a terrible crash. Three years later, they met again and found common ground.
The movie about the assassination of North Korea’s leader has netted tepid reviews but strong response after attempts to shut it down.
The Row House Cinema in Lawrenceville celebrated Christmas with a double feature: Chinese food and movies.
Andy Pugh managed a child protection program and then an Ebola treatment center.
Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay wrote that the transfer was not punitive but an effort to restore the community’s faith in the bureau.
The painting shows a Downtown street as it was a century ago, before construction of the current City Hall and Oliver Building.
Standing in the rain late Wednesday, Mr. McBride watched firefighters scramble to save the home he had decorated for the holiday.
More than 2,000 generous Post-Gazette readers stepped up to make this year’s campaign a success.
A $1.8 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will help start the effort of making data more useful and easily available.
Penn Hills Fire Chief Shawn Snyder said the woman was found 10 feet from her front door.
The judge denied a motion to extend the period during which Michael Bucaro could sell his East Allegheny house at 901 Constance St.
Ed Lackey, vice president of the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial of Allegheny County, said the statue hopefully will be unveiled in May.
Most government offices will be closed for the Christmas Day holiday.
The crash, in which a vehicle hit a utility pole, occurred in the 6300 block of the highway in Finleyville.
The fire was contained to the facility's flare area piping and was extinguished overnight.
A Washington County dispatch supervisor said the fire was under control and that there were no injuries.
A program also has begun to help minority organizations compete for grants, build audiences and grab exhibition opportunities.
The UPMC-Highmark in-network contract expires Dec. 31.
Pittsburgh Police officers responded to the call just after 8 p.m.
The man was in stable condition at UPMC Presbyterian in Oakland, according to a press release.
The man, 23-year-old Devin Jackson of Homewood, was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials have not said how he died.
Sustained winds of 15 to 25 mph with gusts of up to 50 mph are forecast.
Edita Milan, 75, of Fairmont was motivated by greed, the U.S. attorney's office said.
David C. Jackson, a mortgage broker who went to prison in 2006 in a loan fraud conspiracy, was indicted Monday.
The unidentified man had just dropped off his daughters and was shot in the chest outside of an apartment building.
The 242-unit apartment complex at Grant Street and Liberty Avenue is being offered for sale by its owner, Brothers Property Corp.
No explosion or fire occurred during the 10 days that well gas emissions flowed out of control.
Three options call for new tunnels; three others would carve an open highway into the mountain.
The FBI and police described the suspect as a white male, about 5-feet-7 with a medium build in his late 20s to early 30s.
Almono LP has hired a top global architecture and design firm, to revamp the master plan with an emphasis on sustainability.
State-of-the-art improvements to kitchens at Parkway West Career and Technology Center are more closely attuned to industry standards.
If you have a little anxiety this Christmas Eve, stay calm: A trove of gift suggestions awaits, starting with “cocktail kits.“
The $20,000 for the North Hills Community Outreach food pantry will be used to buy a walk-in freezer.
The high school students collaborated to suggest to Cecil cookware maker ways to improve technology and save resources.
The award honors a large-volume EMS agency for its contribution to development and growth of quality pre-hospital care in their community.
They are reaching out to the community to obtain information about fallen veterans of the Korean War.
Charles and Hugh Cort found a family connection with the Battle of Bushy Run fought in 1763 in what is today Jeannette.
The Level Green fire department will take ownership of the Shelley Proskin Recreation Center in Penn Township in February.
The $15.6 million budget will keep real estate taxes at 11.7 mills.
The new Bethel Park Chamber of Commerce and Bethel Park High School DECA students formed a partnership to promote local businesses.
School news from the north communities.
Residents will see service charges for convenience of using charge or debit cards to pay municipal fees.
The jury in the dognapping trial of a Spring Hill-City View woman was unable to reach a verdict.
Investigators on both sides of Pennsylvania spent two years tracking down a rape suspect wanted in connection with an attack in Stowe.
The request comes at a time when tensions between police and residents are high in many cities across the country.
Mayor Peduto served meals at the Light of Life Rescue Mission and pledged to account for funds raised for his “Undercover Boss” gig.
A zoo spokeswoman said the early-January to mid-February closure is good timing because the zoo normally sees low attendance then.
Mr. Reichenfeld taught music for more than 80 years and helped found and conduct the Wilkinsburg Symphony.
A review of the abuse of two Ethiopian children recommends changes to ensure adoptive parents are better prepared for their task.
One board member laments the lack of interviews with other candidates for the top job in the Steel Valley football program.