For families in Pennsylvania who have a child with an intellectual or developmental disability, a 21st birthday can be an unhappy milestone.
With a new contract for musicians, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra avoided dragging out a long work stoppage and losing more concerts.
Going into fourth year, future of marketplace plans uncertain.
A Pitt professor teaches the skills of fact-based persuasion in an age weaned on the warp speed and anonymity of social media.
He made his mark as a longtime Donora councilman and mayor, contributing in ways that ranged from erecting buildings to lifting people.
He is the first person convicted in Allegheny County to be re-sentenced and released under a 2012 Supreme Court decision.
Since 1947, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Goodfellows Fund has sought to ensure that children in struggling families enjoy the magic of the
District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. wants officers to use stop sticks at each stop to avoid chases, but police say it isn’t practical.
The recount campaign says it’ll seek an emergency federal court order for the recount.
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The report, released in honor of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, compiled statistics from a variety of sources.
Investigators said somebody drew swastikas in a bathroom and painted a racial slur at the football field at Jefferson Middle School.
In addition to the Post-Gazette Goodfellows Fund, the Marine Corps works with others like Q92.9 FM and the Port Authority to collect toys.
The 13 percent rate increase for Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customers translates roughly into an additional $7 per month.
A new study says the use of “green infrastructure” is a better, less expensive way to reduce illegal wet weather sewage overflows.
Friday night, for the first time in two-and-a-half months, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra played a concert inside of Heinz Hall.
Judge Joseph James rejected a Republican bid to avert a reexamination of vote totals in 52 Allegheny County precincts.
The Woodland Hills student recorded an encounter with Kevin Murray. The teen has been charged in connection with another recording incident.
Someone painted in pink the letters “ACAB” which the memorial’s president, Donna Best, said is a derogatory acronym.
The work will pave the way for redevelopment of the Boulevard of the Allies property.
The crash occurred in the 2200 block of Powell Road at 2:02 a.m.
A supervisor with the Allegheny County emergency dispatch center said the incident occurred at 1:06 a.m. on Universal Road.
The former Equitable Resources Building is being marketed for sale, along with the former Del Monte/Big Heart Pet Brands building.
The building is expected to open next year at this time and include a number of energy-saving features.
The “Homes for the Holidays” house tour is the largest fundraiser for the Norwin Historical Society.
The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation has spent more than $25 million to restore sites in the historic Hamnet Place neighborhood.
Under the proposed budget, the tax rate would remain at 10 mills, with each mill generating $394,000, according to borough officials.
In light of the recent reassessment throughout Washington County, Peters is proposing a revenue-neutral tax rate of 1.522 mills for 2017.
The community is starting a program that would help low-income individuals pay the down payment and closing costs in purchasing a home.
Sewer fees may rise, however, and officials caution that the property tax rate could be raised next year for 2018.
In Pennsylvania, motorists no longer face jail time if they refuse to take a blood test to check for drugs or alcohol and are convicted.
Attorney Paul J. McArdle filed actions claiming that various defendants defamed him, then entered his law office to remove files. .
High school students have been parking on residential streets, prompting complaints from those who live there.
Michael P. Terrick was fired in September as manager of the Munhall Sanitary Sewer Municipal Authority, a job he had held since 2007.
A resurgence in spinning — twisting fibers together to make yarn — keeps members of the Loyalhannon Spinners productive as well as relaxed.
The school district in September said students must use the bathroom associated with their biological gender. Three transgender students
The $98.4 million spending plan is $1.5 million more than last year’s budget and $1.9 million more than the preliminary budget.
The findings were submitted to the Jail Oversight Board in a report from members Terri Klein and county Controller Chelsa Wagner.
Six people were taken into custody for various crimes on the North Side.
Jacob Remaley, 14, is accused of shooting his mother and younger brother as they slept Wednesday morning.
State Ethics Commission ruled in favor of Robert Henkel and said he did not steer borough business toward brother’s auto body shop.
The 43-year-old, found at the end of Lombard Street, is in critical condition with at least one gunshot wound
Jordyn Robinson, who was last seen Sept. 4 in Homewood, was “located safely” at a McDonald’s restaurant in Chicago.
The high occupancy vehicle lanes of southbound Interstate 279 will be closed at 9:30 a.m. today.
Acting Chief Scott Schubert met with about 40 activists and members of the public Wednesday in Larimer for “A Community Conversation.”
Philadelphia developer Core Realty has dubbed the retail component of the proposed redevelopment Kaufmann’s Grand on Fifth.
Councilmembers could find money in a general fund to support an affordable housing program, Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle said.
The study found that traditional school systems are “surviving but under increased stress” due to rapid charter school growth.
Dalishia Salter continues to claim she did not injure her 11-month-old son, who was beaten and left overnight on a back porch.
State police are investigating the deaths as a homicide. KDKA-TV is reporting that the woman’s 14-year-old son is a suspect.