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Democrats Readshaw, Molchany vie in Legislative race.
A compromise reached last week would keep city council's oversight of land sales for at least two years.
Council must consider an ordinance that leases the county's mineral rights with the condition that no drilling occur in the park.
The new bill includes provisions for council approval for at least two years, broadens community input and expands the governing board.
Heather Heidelbaugh, R-Mt. Lebanon, and Bill Robinson, D-Hill District, are sponsoring a motion to censure Michael Finnerty, D-Scott.
A federal judge has ordered attorneys for both sides to determine whether data can be found.
The district attorney's office said more than 100 calls were made, some of them including the voice of a female or child asking for help.
Matt Galla, 44, who quit his job suddenly in June, is accused of stealing $230,784.70 from the borough.
Mayor Bill Peduto is scrutinizing a slate of a half-dozen candidates for the city’s top public safety job.
The Greater Pittsburgh East District county assistance office on Penn Avenue will close next month. Clients will have to go to McKeesport.
Officer Howard McQuillan and Detective Jim Glick were sworn in last week as president and vice president of FOP Lodge No. 1.
The talk was suggested by residents who have spoken publicly to county council against the drilling.
At an economic summit, Bruce J. Katz of the Brookings Institution said Pittsburgh could lead the way in the transformation of U.S. cities.
The river town, in desperate financial straits two months ago, has turned a corner, officials say.
Brian Harvanek acknowledged shortcomings in how he handled where business intersected with politics.