The $13.2 million facility will be built in the Trees Field Complex along Robinson Street Extension in Oakland.
Legislation passed the state House that would permit slot machines and internet gambling at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Organization protests Highmark’s denial of coverage; Workforce investment board receives Labor Department grant; Mylan launches generic drug to treat enlarged prostate
News from American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, Mylan
And a combination of factors could make the next couple of months strong ones, as well.
Finding someone to evaluate malfunctioning treadmill or elliptical machine and fix it quickly often was as sweat-inducing as a 10-mile run.
The prime minister, his voice cracking with emotion, said he would do everything he could to “steady the ship” over the coming months.
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
Clients at Pittsburgh investment advisory firms seemed to keep their composure amidst the haze of uncertainty and plunging stock prices.
Consumer Reports combed the company’s press information and Tesla's social media to create this FAQ.
A week after starting flights to five destinations from Pittsburgh International Airport, the CEO believes there’s a void in service here.
The statup is suing the company from selling an educational toy in the U.S. that allegedly rips off Digital’s patented game technology.
“When you get old and you are unable to hear, you are completely isolated from what’s going on around you,” said Sen. Jim McDermott.
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A spokesman said the Pittsburgh insurer is often contacted by others interested in purchasing it or other non-core Highmark businesses.
The latest survey by the J.D. Power consulting firm determined that quality improved for 21 of 33 auto brands in the survey.
Gill Pratt said the future will be cars that anyone, including children and the elderly, can ride in on their own, and robots in homes.
Akhil Mishra, who owned Giggles on Smithfield Street, will join his wife in India after pleading guilty in federal court.
The beermaker will pay approximately $7 million for improvements and $2.8 million in fines for wastewater issues.
Fish, Chicken & More was cited for numerous food safety violations and for operating without a permit.
The Energy Grid Research and Infrastructure Development Institute will promote off-campus efforts to modernize the power grid.
The insurer won’t confirm it’s looking for buyer for its profitable HVHC business.
Tenant complaints about the management prompted the decision to buy Manchester’s 86 Hope VI units, once hailed as an innovative venture.
It is the first major overhaul of toxic chemicals rules in 40 years.
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The 64,000-square-foot Steel City Karts has taken over a former Dick’s Sporting Goods to provide grand-prix style racing and entertainment.
UPMC has taken on a business advocacy group over comments made to state regulators about its acquisition of a hospital in Jamestown, N.Y.
The 2016 Alfa Romeo is a speed demon, but the vehicle has some drawbacks.
The news is the latest round of cutbacks at the struggling Downtown-based ,for-profit company Education Management Corp.
Danny Roderick will continue as chairman of Cranberry-based Westinghouse.
Report released today says nearly 12 million Medicare beneficiaries received at least one prescription for an opioid painkiller last year.
The administration says the decision prevents regulators from using '21st-century standards' to ensure oil, gas operations are done safely.
Oishii Bento in Oakland and Uptown Diner in Hampton were cited for multiple food safety violations.
After 30 years of establishing themselves in NYC, the Pittsburgh-based restoration company is rebranding back home.
After a $100 million renovation, the landmark has an underground garage, fitness center, high-tech meeting room and will update its theater.
The FAA announced the creation of a new category of aviation rules designed specifically for drones weighing less than 55 pounds.
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For the first time this year a majority of high school graduates plan to eliminate college dormitory expenses altogether and live at home.
Surging costs, stagnant pay and rising home values have made it next to impossible to save enough to buy.
Despite the news, Pittsburgh officials say they are determined to piece together funding from other sources to implement parts of the plan.
Medical waste was mixed with municipal waste and dumped illegally, landfill operators say.
The Pittsburgh Transportation Group plans to announce a phasing out of taxi cab business.
Several thousand new jobs could materialize in Pennsylvania to support the state’s medical marijuana industry, according to a nonprofit.
Bakery Village will feature 52 for-sale townhouses ranging in price from $530,000 to more than $800,000.
Some PNC Bank customers’ vacations had been threatened due to a lost card.
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University of Pittsburgh startup company AquaCloud tests water quality continuously and sends aquaponic farmers real time status updates.
Scan the audience before your first word.
Three presentation experts dish about channeling your nervousness, preparing for presentations and engaging your audience.
Contracts may include liability provisions in multiple places — but it can backfire if there’s a conflict in what the provisions say.
Data centers, which store large amounts of information for companies, are increasingly investing in energy efficiency and green power.