Mr. Livingston once won 10 consecutive not-guilty federal jury verdicts.
She relied on her Catholic faith, the support of her family and her love for her children to carry on despite radiation and chemotherapy.
The South Side resident who doted on her three grandchildren died Thursday after a 15-month battle with mesothelioma.
He was part of the hardworking family that built the Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. into the Strip District institution that it remains today.
Walter C. Walendziewicz, a character in his classroom, made lasting impressions on his students with his antics and interest in them.
Mr. Rockwell, a former vice president at Dollar Bank, later started his own real estate management firm, Colebrook Management Inc.
Mrs. Payne Lewis, 80, of the Longwood of Oakmont neighborhood in Plum, died Friday after a lengthy battle with bone cancer.
Michael T. Vernillo landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He died this month at the age of 98.
The author-columnist, who was a chronicler of wise guys and underdogs, dies at his Manhattan home. He was 88.
Longest-serving pastor of First Lutheran led renewal at historic Downtown church.
The proprietor of Caruso’s Music Store and Education Center in Carrick for 33 years died Thursday of a rare and aggressive form of lymphoma.
Katherine Everette Johnson was a church trustee and civil rights advocate and a “giant” in Pittsburgh’s African-American community.
Piccolo Piccolo served classic Italian fare, with the salad being served last.
The former real estate agent, animal lover and librarian died Sunday in her home in Harmony while recovering from cervical cancer treatment.
Joe Robinson died Feb. 21 from lung cancer in Rincon, Puerto Rico. He was 81.
Dr. Caplan for 56 years shared a practice with his brother and delivered more than 3,000 babies.
A self-made man with a vision, Isaac Pilossoph used Ralph’s Discount City as a launching pad for inventive businesses
A native of McDonald, Mr. Wright died March 1 in Rockville, Md., of complications related to Alzheimer’s disease. He was 86.
Crowe, who in 44 years worked his way to become an influential regional director for the chain, died Friday of natural causes. He was 86.
Dr. Thomas E. Starzl | 1926-2017: Dr. Starzl performed the world’s first liver transplant in Denver in 1963 before moving to Pittsburgh.
She made it her mission to, in effect, come to the aid of Travelers Aid.
Her fondness for nature and conservation eventually led to becoming president of the Garden Club of Allegheny County.
Activist priest marched in Selma, fought a political machine, protested nuclear arms and advocated for immigrants and the poor
“She was a great positive role model for people that had health issues,” said her friend Judie Burrows.
Not only did Mr. Dickman test out skydiving for the first time at age 90, but he also learned to ride a motorcycle.
The retired California judge helped spawn and entire genre of courtroom-based reality shows.
Ms. Walker, 62, of Allentown, collapsed while presenting a special award at Talk Magazine’s annual dinner, which she was emceeing.