Praising the “sense of community that’s more meaningful in Pittsburgh,” Mr. Heinz is coming to town. Let the political speculation begin.
Allegheny County Election officials oversee an exercise in chance when voters serve up a tie in municipal elections.
One study would involve the borough’s former railroad station, which is on the national Register of Historic Places.
Study recommends increase in traffic impact fees and long range plans to relieve congestion caused by growth.
Fewer than half of the offspring examined in the study both knew their parents’ party affiliation and chose to affiliate with that party.
Paul Trilli and Patrick Mullin tied with 359 votes each on Election Day.
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A judicial expert said that the case— against Judge Lester G. Nauhaus should have been heard by a judge from outside Allegheny County.
Judge Jeffrey Manning will preside over a hearing on allegations of improper communications between Judge Lester Nauhaus and an attorney.
“There’s a lot of people who move through that area every day and we need to do everything we can to keep people safe,” Matt Bauman said.
Law would allow police to issue a civil fine instead of a misdemeanor summons.
Office of Open Records says authority failed to prove some records, including audits, did not exist.
'Finally over': Challenger McCormick concedes Washington County commissioners race to incumbent Shober
Commissioners Larry Maggi, a Democrat, and Diana Irey Vaughan, a Republican, easily won re-election Nov. 3.
Organizers say 120 members traveled from as far as California to the Antiochian Village retreat in Bolivar for their national convention.
Revenues for 2016 are budgeted at $13.8 million while expenditures are projected at $14.1 million.
The program aims to provide an incentive for owners to fix up dilapidated and/or vacant properties along the Route 22 corridor.
The newly elected council members in McCandless say plans for a Wal-Mart prompted them to run, but the real issue is open government.
The plan approved by the township calls for more sidewalks, more public transportation and more attractive entrances.
City controller says he’s worried that the major nonprofits that are largely tax exempt have yet to make a financial contribution.
Washington County election board members will begin counting about 75 provisional ballots.
Democrats swept five statewide judicial seats on the ballot, including three Supreme Court seats, giving them a 5-2 edge on the high court.
Shober takes slight lead after absentee ballots are counted, but McCormick wants that count delayed so that observers can be present.
The 37th District includes 36 communities in the South Hills, North Hills and western suburbs of Pittsburgh.
Incumbent Harlan Shober is fighting for his place on the board with political outsider Mike McCormick.
Incumbent Ted Kopas and newcomer Gina Cerilli ran separate campaigns but they each won, along with Republican incumbent Charles Anderson.
David Wecht, Christine Donohue, and Kevin Dougherty celebrate a sweep of three open seats on the state’s high court.
Jennifer Staley McCrady, Dan Regan and Hugh McGough will all take office as Allegheny County Common Pleas judges in January.
The Allegheny County Sheriff’s office said Darrin Farmer went to work as a jitney driver instead of opening a North Versailles precinct.
Democrat Michael Wojcik of Fox chapel defeated Upper St. Clair Republican Paul Lalley of Upper St. Clair for a Commonwealth Court seat.
Tuesday’s vote could mark a critical juncture in the municipality’s debate about deer.
The Allegheny County Bar Association runs the retention campaign for all sitting Common Pleas Court judges.
Superintendent Timothy Glasspool stopped the distribution of voter cards supporting a slate of five school-board candidates.
Although anticipated revenues do not match expenses for 2016, council is looking at ways to cut costs.