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After confrontation during election forum last week, Pittsburgh Councilman Ricky Burgess says he won’t participate in further debates.
Dan Connolly and Denise Ranalli Russell were raised in Allegheny County suburbs but now live in one of the county's most diverse districts,
La’Tasha D. Mayes, head of the nonprofit New Voices Pittsburgh, is taking on incumbent Deborah Gross in District 7.
The candidates clash on who would allow politics to sully the controller’s office.
The eatery will be in the space at the corner of William Penn Highway and Stroschein Road.
Eleven new hydrants would be added in each of two phases.
The two sides presented their cases Wednesday morning for a panel of Commonwealth Court judges, who will issue an opinion at a future date.
Charles P. McCullough is charged with taking money from Shirley Jordan, an elderly woman for whom he had power of attorney.
The county controller’s salary is almost certain to be an issue during this year’s election season.
The nine-member commission is required by the county's home rule charter to review how government is working every 10 years.
The endorsements for the three positions went to Councilwoman Deb Gross, county Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mark Flaherty.
The area, at the corner of West Liberty and Hillsdale avenues, is targeted for a park.
Ninety people joined just before a Monday deadline, nearly doubling the group, which is voting on a controller’s race endorsement Sunday.
Five years ago, a similar program was ruled illegal because Pittsburgh customers were automatically billed unless they opted out.
Sources say members include top figures in the administration of County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, who has clashed with Chelsa Wagner.
Graduate student Kimberly Kaplan, 24, is trying to unseat incumbent Corey O’Connor, 30.
Pittsburgh’s Susan Scott Schmidt had careers in politics, writing and building restoration.
The NRA sued the city of Pittsburgh, along with Lancaster and Philadelphia, earlier this year over their local gun ordinances.
Politicians are being influence by their children and their lifestyles.
Kristen Linfante has resigned her position as commissioner in Ward 3 due to health reasons.
The mayor and three council members attended the informal discussion.
The revised rules approved by Pittsburgh City Council set up a three-member commission but also allow council members to propose names.
After Allegheny County Council named five white men, Executive Rich Fitzgerald named four woman, including two minorities, to the group.
The bill, up for a final vote Tuesday, cuts the number of members on the Commission on Naming Public Properties to three from 11.
With Dave Schuilenburg out, Ms. Harris faces Bobby Wilson, Randy Zotter and Mark Brentley Sr., who may be removed in a legal challenge.
Commissioner Kristen Linfante informs the board she is resigning due to health issues.
The censure motion March 18 by commissioner Jessica Cardillo-Wagenhoffer was approved by a 4-0 vote.
A hydrogeologist is to determine whether gas and oil exploration can be done in the township and, if so, where.
The Settler’s Ridge Homeowner’s Association doesn’t want Speedway to build on Route 286 near Logans Ferry Road in Murrysville.
North Versailles residents near the new bridge on Greensburg Pike say drivers now speed through the area.
Allegheny County Councilman Bill Robinson withdrew from the race for Allegheny County Council after his petitions were challenged.
The Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority denied a request to release millions in gaming revenue the authority has been withholding.
Bill Robinson’s opponents challenged 343 of 358 signatures on his nominating petitions. Among the names: Naomi Watts and "Russel Crowe."
The mayor said the extra 18 months would enable leaders to come up with a plan that is more environmentally friendly and less expensive.
The Peduto administration is scheduled to release a report today on the costs associated with the comprehensive financial management system.
The law would apply to workers at any building of at least 100,000 square feet.
The state Supreme Court found that the prosecution’s comments on the defendant’s refusal to cooperate violated his rights.