Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
Advocates say rent-to-own programs have ensnared many financially unsophisticated would-be homeowners.
The air flow unit was repaired Saturday, allowing for patients to be moved back into the impacted areas.
The Cranberry parish grew four-fold in the past decade.
The Morningside parish honors its roots while joining in the area’s revival.
Homestead parish pulls together after difficult merger in the 1990s.
Catholic parishes and schools are preparing for the biggest restructuring in a generation as it responds to declining numbers.
'Presumptive eligibility' algorithms let hospitals increase amount of charity care, but does it benefit patients?
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
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A chord vital to the bridge’s stability buckled in a fire Sept. 2, twisting a joint where several other beams come together.
The Hindmans and the Eatmans lost young men this week and decided to be open about their sons’ addictions.
Pennsylvania State Police charged Salvador Lucena-Rosa, 47, of Mount Bethel with drug possession.
Repair of the three-quarter-mile segment of the T — which traverses Beechview’s entire commercial corridor — began in March.
Clay and Lisa Burnett of Chagrin Falls have added a new addition to their family, but will also try to add two more first-place finishes.
The bloggers, more than a dozen mothers of children with serious allergies, embraced the effort Mylan outlined in a series of "summits."
Members of the local performing troupe visit the site in Somerset County each year to honor those who died on Sept. 11, 2001.
Eugene A. DePasquale released a sweeping performance audit of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School in Beaver County.
Visitors will be able to enter the Fort Necessity, Allegheny Portage Railroad and Johnstown Flood Memorial for free starting on Oct. 1.
Robert Geletko said his mission is accomplished in Penn HIlls and will move to the Connellsville Area School District
Lincoln Levys, charged with homicide, refuses to comply with the court’s instructions and is escorted away from the proceedings.
Also, today 10th Street where it passes beneath the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown, will be blocked off for Trump’s visit.
A significant number of hospitalizations among nursing home patients are potentially avoidable, several studies in recent years have shown.
Levin Legal Group of Montgomery County was hired to assess whether the superintendent or high school principal violated the school code.
Attorney says Kishawn Jackson, 16, “was not the person firing shots” when four people were wounded on Independence Day.
Trib attorney Robert Byer said the documents sought were not only confidential, but also irrelevant to the estate fight.
More than 1.7 million Pennsylvanians experience “food insecurity,” according to data from Feeding America.
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 66 pulled sponsorship of the Marcellus Shale Coalition’s annual conference in Pittsburgh.
About 30 people show up for peace rally at the City-County Building in Downtown today.
The investigation was carried out by the attorney general’s Mobile Street Crimes Unit, which conducted a round-up of defendants Tuesday.
Gov. Tom Wolf nominates Patrick McDonnell for the state DEP’s top job.
Allegheny County police arrest Andrew Demeri, 24, at work, but say none of the crimes occurred “in the course of his duties.”
Hearst Stations says the former anchor’s claims are “long on speculation” but “short on any factual support.”
APSCUF leaders say they want a three-person panel — one from each side and third decided by both parties — to end the 15-month-old battle.
A judge denied the appeal of former Pitt researcher Robert Ferrante, who is serving life in prison for killing his wife, Autumn Klein.
Police charged George Fred Gerstacker with impersonating a public servant and official oppression in connection with the Sept. 13 incident.
The commission decides it will need more time to evaluate its plans, including the proposed extension of the Mon-Fayette Expressway.
The first lady will be campaigning for Hillary Clinton on Sept. 28 in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
PennDOT has announced a long-term closure of the southbound Route 65/Ohio River Boulevard ramp to Beaver Avenue through Oct. 13.
Spanning six dioceses and seven decades, Pennsylvania probe would be most far-reaching of any U.S. criminal probe on priest scandal.
Police have arrested and charged Sonnie Watts, 42, and Jessica Wainwright, 36, on drug charges after search of Tours Street home.
Real estate sources say 601W Companies, which owns Pittsburgh’s iconic U.S. Steel Tower, may be looking to put the building on the market.
The news was well received by a Coraopolis family that has tirelessly advocated for the drug’s approval.
Mary Ann Stewart will spend 15 months in prison for sending non-terminal patients to her Monroeville hospice.
Several Pittsburgh Public Schools were on lockdown after one car crashes on the North Shore and another leads police chase into Overbrook.
Harvey Scott will spend 10 to 20 years in prison for third-degree murder in the 2015 fatal shooting of Deion Nesbitt.
Prosecutors said Brian Borruto sold the fentanyl-laced heroin that killed Stacey Shaw of Altoona last year.
Coroner’s office said the body of Glenn Lee Rummel Jr., 36, was found in the parking lot of a former Sheetz.
Analysts expect Pittsburgh prices, about 10 cents a gallon lower than one year ago, to fall with cooler weather and lower demand.
The weather service had initially confirmed this morning that two had been sighted.