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.
Proposed project would include offices, research and development space, and corporate hangars.
Sons and grandchildren remember life growing up with Pop-Pop.
AgeWell Pittsburgh receives national Collaboration Prize to recognize how partnership helps keeps older adults independent.
The state’s largest single donor was Clifford Forrest, president of Armstrong County-based Rosebud Mining Co., who contributed $1 million.
Officials say several students suffered severe injuries, but none are believed to be life-threatening.
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.
Three Rivers Youth has chosen five recipients for its annual award, which will be presented May 12.
New vaccine rule for 12th-graders will go into effect Aug. 1. Second dose of meningococcal vaccine is required to prevent infections.
Eight communities want to create the Robinson Run-Chartiers Creek Municipal Watershed Alliance to apply for grants work together.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
Allegheny, Westmoreland and Fayette counties are
Ongoing construction projects and scheduled roadwork throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The family of a New Castle woman, who was being treated at UPMC Shadyside, is suing the hospital network and a laundry service.
The Ford City man was reportedly “moving planks when he was exposed to electricity” while working on a home on Morewood Avenue.
The sanction against Sigma Alpha Mu will extend for at least two years and comes amid investigations into another fraternity, Beta Theta Pi.
Jamal Daniel and Jameel Porter sentenced in the killing of Andre Roberts during a heroin deal on Wylie Avenue.
Here’s a look at the lineups for this year’s Allegheny County Concert Series running from June through September.
“Birds are breeding a lot earlier. Plants are budding a lot earlier. This paper is the first to put all those pieces together.”
Three friars have asked a judge to dismiss charges they didn’t properly supervise a suspected sexual predator accused of molesting more
At contentious meeting where some called for resignation of principal Kevin Murray, the board instead hired him as football coach.
UPMC wants to build a three-story, 90-bed hospital along Presto Sygan Road in the Newbury Development.
Questions focused early on the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, which is trying to ease lead levels and improve customer service.
Team hopes to begin construction of the first 255 units in early 2018.
Plan would shift retiree health care costs from mine operators to the federal government.
The judge said he will issue an opinion in early May. Trial in the case against Patricia Fowler is scheduled for May 22.
Changes won’t affect Pittsburgh’s larger stations, such as KDKA, although WQED will move to a different frequency within the next 39 months.
Mr. Bower, a longtime college football official and short-distance runner, died April 11 at the age of 93.
Breweries around the region work together on nine beers pouring just for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week.
Invenergy pitched the township’s planning commission on a new location for its 550-megawatt plant after the zoning board nixed it last June.
WASHINGTON — The government is launching an investigation into steel dumping and other trade practices detrimental to the domestic industry.
The bill will provide $15 million to the system’s Service and Infrastructure Improvement Fund.
A third person charged in the Jan. 27 shooting of Kyle Stauber testified against his co-defendants during their preliminary hearing.
Mike Yanero said his niece, Jamie Gettings, should not have ended up dead at the Allegheny County Jail.
An Indiana Republican’s proposal to allow teachers to carry firearms moves through a Senate committe, but sparks a larger debate.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said he’s honored to follow an example set by late Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney, who died last week at age 84.
The borough said work on a PWSA pump caused a drop in water pressure that precipitated the alert.
Christine Joy Martin, 31, admitted to a series of robberies, including WesBanco Bank in South Strabane in 2016.
Bernardo Hees, who says Pittsburgh is key to his company, argues that his management isn’t just about cost-cutting and efficiencies.
The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday at John A. Freyvogel Sons Funeral Home, 4900 Centre Ave., Shadyside.
Karen Larrimer, head of retail banking at PNC Financial Services, is the first woman to chair the board at United Way.
Road construction projects and other traffic restrictions throughout the Pittsburgh region.
In Verona, GetGo razed its older building to built a larger store that is using Market District chefs to enhance its food offerings.
House Republicans point to gambling expansion and additional loosening of state control of alcohol sales as ways to fill a budget gap.