Councilwoman’s bid to oust Peduto for Pittsburgh Democratic mayoral nomination faces uphill climb.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is expected to undergo an organizational review.
Someone has erected tents outside Mayor Bill Peduto’s home in an apparent dig at the mayor over a homeless encampment on the North Side.
Attracting development, dealing with violence and combating blight are some of the issues the new mayor will face.
Ten typists using vintage typewriters will be stationed in Market Square Friday and Saturday.
Rep. Tim Murphy opposes Elinore F. McCance-Katz, President Donald Trump’s nominee for mental health position Mr. Murphy created.
District 4, which includes Beechview, Brookline, Overbrook, Carrick and some adjoining neighborhoods, has the only competitive council race.
Questions focused early on the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, which is trying to ease lead levels and improve customer service.
Without clarity in the regulations, one mayoral challenger said the rules for "in kind" contributions are confusing.
In a decidedly blue community like Pittsburgh, taking on Mr. Trump is almost as safe a bet as casting shade on Tom Brady.
Monday is the registration deadline and voters have to be registered in one of the major parties to be able to help pick nominees.
The Rev. John Welch, who has never run for office, is challenging Mayor Bill Peduto, whom he once supported.
State Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Penn Hills, is among their latest targets.
WTAE-TV to broadcast debate featuring Peduto, Harris, Welch
Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Darlene Harris defended Monday her weekend appearance atop a circus elephant and camel.
It is not clear the city's Ethics Hearing Board will publicly weigh in on the matter before the May 16 primary itself.
The township has formed a committee to look into possible government changes, including becoming a home-rule community.
James Selelyo was running on his humble roots in Stowe, but his palatial home in Robinson got him ousted from the race.
Jan Cmar and Joan Basden have their own ideas about baking, but both enjoy making 30 to 40 nut rolls each Easter season.
While Pittsburgh requires monthly financial disclosures from candidates seeking election, at least 2 city officials are ignoring the rules.
Replacing every lead service line in the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority system will cost some $411 million, Mayor Bill Peduto said.
A friend to public safety workers, James A. Genco was never shy about demanding the best for his native Lawrenceville.