Deonte Cobbs died after being hit by a bus Thursday, and Alyson Higdon was hit by a dump truck as she crossed the same road March 6, 2014.
Mayor Peduto said talks are underway to ensure a return on public investment when a sale is finalized, if it includes development rights.
“Angelo went to dance in the clouds,” a Facebook post said. “Please remember him as the carefree, spirited, fun-loving little guy he was.”
The in-house plan, with AHN doctors and mental health specialists and county-hired staff, debuted after the contract with Corizon expired.
Jason Haddock will be sentenced on Nov. 23.
It will be crowded this weekend but more people would travel if roads and airports were in better condition, a national travel group says.
Drew Zoldak, 40, of New Kensington, is charged with intimidation of a witness after authorities said he identified an alleged victim.
When Judge Richard E. McCormick Jr. worked as a lawyer, he represented a labor union during a labor dispute with the Tribune-Review.
A “silent, respectful vigil” remembered the dogs that died in the operation that led to Michael Vick serving 21 months in prison.
Long rumored to be leaving, she said she decided to make the announcement to “put an end to the speculation.”
The crash occurred about 10:15 a.m. on Kennywood Boulevard near the Rankin Bridge, the Port Authority said.
This morning, traffic will shift to the right approach lane and shoulder on Banksville Road, with two lanes open toward the merge area.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala plans to take up the issue of improved prisoner monitoring with local police chiefs.
Ann E. Harris, personal assistant and secretary to Joseph Nocito Sr., is accused of helping him use his companies to pay personal expenses.
Officials said the bicyclist was taken to a hospital. The extent of injuries was unknown.
No injuries were reported in the blaze, which was reported at 10:43 p.m. at the Anchor Hocking facility on Ninth Avenue.
Since 1894, southwestern Pennsylvania has marked the holiday with parades, picnics, speeches, fairs and religious services.
Administrators contacted Jefferson Hills police, which conducted a sweep of Thomas Jefferson High School and found nothing.
The business recently opened in the former Rolliers Hardware in Mt. Lebanon.
Fifteen of the 25 planned single-family homes in the 300 and 400 blocks have been built in the $6 million redevelopment project.
The first 90 patrons on Sept. 6 will pay a 90-cent admission. Hot dogs, pizza and hamburgers that day will cost 90 cents.
Michael Owens, 40, is charged with firing shots around 12:15 this morning that grazed a 31-year-old man.
A pastor, a rabbi and an imam will be panelists at Trialogue to be held Wednesday.
An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh western suburbs.
An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh northern suburbs.
The Duquesne Youth Athletic Association was able to repair the stadium grandstand with help from Sam’s Club and local businesses.
Former chief Stanley Butkus was paid a lump sum of $158,045 when he retired in 2008.
Students at Pittsburgh Technical Institute portrayed victims in a staged scene involving a mass shooting at the park.
A fee of $1 or $1.50 will be charged per ticket, regardless of whether the ticket is purchased online or at the box office.
Ethan Dunham, 18, of Dormont, rebuilt a wall and repainted statues with the help of his grandfather, William Szczepaniak, of the West End.
According to one memeber, the committee is not on a witch hunt to assign blame for the district’s financial failings.
Flip charts include evacuation plan for each building.
They reclaimed vacant lots in the area and turned them into green space.
The center provides an indoor play environment for children through kindergarten age during cold-weather months.
The center helps children deal with grief. Art at the exhibit, “A Journey Through Grief,” will be done by children at the Caring Place.
The festival will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Carrie Furnaces National Historic Landmark.
More than 200 tickets were sold for the performance Aug. 27.
Another project involves devising plans to turn the high school wrestling room into a design studio.
Two Fridays a month, some students get backpacks filled with easy-to-prepare foods to use over the weekend.
Carnegie’s citizens as well as its Community Development Corporation have spurred economic development.
A judge imposed the 104½- to 216-year sentence four years ago against 43-year-old Gene “Shorty” Carter, of Philadelphia.
Stephen Englert is holding a basketball tournament to draw attention to the rate of sudden cardiac death among college basketball players.
Amy Roy has been honored by the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club for co-founding a nonprofit to help those in need.
Alethea Sims is president of the Coalition of Organized Residents of East Liberty and also works for Volunteers in Service to America.
Nicole “Nicci” Giehll of Bethel Park has been named principal of Hoover Elementary School in the Mt. Lebanon School District.
The dictionary gets a little thicker with Oxford’s imprimatur.
Copeland Tyler, 19, also was found guilty of two firearms charges in a nonjury trial before Common Pleas Judge Philip A. Ignelzi.
Community events and news taking place throughout the North communities.
Community events and news taking place throughout the West communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.