Tom Corbett’s election to the governorship, and even his inauguration, leaned heavily on Marcellus Shale gas firms.
Vivien Li, who for 24 years led the Boston Harbor Association, becomes president and CEO of Riverlife on Oct 1.
A switchback ramp from the Smithfield Street Bridge to the Mon Wharf and a connector to Point State Park begin construction next spring.
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Cameron Tonkinwise moved to Brooklyn from Australia. In 2012, his teaching career in the field of design brought him to Pittsburgh.
Of the new enrollees, nearly 37,000 are from Allegheny County, according to state statistics.
Senate voted on Sunday to resurrect the federal Export-Import Bank, handing the Republican Party’s most conservative wing a major defeat.
The hospital implemented its Emergency Operations Plan after the broken line caused water to flow into several elevator shafts and a
However, some scouting groups will still be able to limit leadership jobs to heterosexuals.
“...Many minority communities for so long have felt that law enforcement was coming in essentially to enforce laws against them,” she said.
Today’s meeting was not expected to lead to a breakthrough to halt the country's civil war, which has raged since December 2013.
Declaring Kenya at a “crossroads,” President Barack Obama on Sunday pressed the nation of his father’s birth to root out corruption.
His speech, while confident, came in the fifth year of a conflict pitting his forces against rebels and the extremist Islamic State group.
Pitt School of Law dean William M. Carter Jr. today appointed Kevin Abbott to lead the new Energy Law and Policy Institute.
Mayor Marty Walsh’s decision was a harsh blow to the city’s chances for the Summer Games.
Mylan plans to continue pressing ahead with its own unsolicited effort to buy over-the-counter drug specialist Perrigo.
A memo, a meeting and $100,000 in campaign contributions preceded a railroad’s change of fortunes.
Mr. Obama’s trip marks the first visit by a sitting U.S. president to Ethiopia.
Mr. Casey’s bill also allows family child care homes to serve a third meal during the day for children there for eight hours or longer.
Baghlan and other provinces of the north have been plagued by insurgent attacks since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001 that toppled the
Klaus Bron was a visionary radiologist who put Pittsburgh on cutting edge of medicine
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Nightly closures of the inbound Parkway West are scheduled this week.
The work will cause alternating one-way traffic between McClafferty Lane and Beacon Hill Drive from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m weekdays through Aug. 7.
Maintenance will cause overnight lane closures in the Liberty Tunnels this week.
The state has issued a “code orange” alert with the air quality index expected to enter the range of 101 to 150 for Pittsburgh,
The relationship between state Republicans and the Marcellus Shale gas industry was forged in Tom Corbett’s campaign.
Attacks by so-called “dark money” groups aren’t new. But some are troubled by the volume of these ads, especially during a budget debate.
Cathy Fowlkes woke up each day and worked through the same routine; cleaning her house from top to bottom. Today that is all changed.
Joe Sestak, who lost to Republican Pat Toomey five years ago, was in South Park on Saturday.
Flying Horse Farms is one of 14 accredited facilities that provide a free, traditional camp experience to children with serious illnesses.
The Promise has reduced the maximum total scholarship to $30,000, with an annual maximum of $7,500, beginning with the Class of 2017.
Natural gas industry clout has contributed to the failure of repeated bids for a severance tax.
Mr. Obama found himself at odds with his hosts over issues of democracy, human rights and same-sex marriage.
President Obama announced new rules to curb the sale of illegal ivory in the United States.
The Turkish air strikes against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, muddle the U.S.-led fight against IS.
For those with seemingly successful lives, the fear of losing esteem at work and in the community can be a powerful deterrent to recovery.
Critics warn that gains against the Taliban may be coming at the cost of human rights, potentially undermining its counterterrorism effort.
Lafayerre shooter was able to purchase a gun despite metal troubles.
Al Shabaab, which said it was behind the blast, has in the past staged attacks in its bid to topple Somalia's Western-backed government.
A federal judge found that two detention centers fail to meet minimum legal requirements of a 1997 settlement.
There appears to be a dispute between the panel and Ms. Clinton’s lawyers over the ground rules.
The Texas sheriff at whose jail Ms. Bland was found hanged says he is seriously considering disciplinary action against jail staff members.
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Bernard Hartman received a three-year sentence, with one year suspended, following convictions of sexually abusing three children.
Jonathan Pollard, the U.S. intelligence analyst convicted of spying for Israel, could be freed as soon as November.
The inspector general has advised the DOJ that some classified data went through Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal email server.
Turkish jets bombed Islamic State targets in Syria for the first time Friday, and leaders vowed further action against the militants.