Combined, 97.1 percent of the teachers received distinguished or proficient ratings compared to 96.9 percent the prior year.
Volunteers have collected nearly 50 tons of trash in Hazelwood alone this year.
The Historic Review Commission on Wednesday tabled a vote on the construction of a hotel in Oakland.
On Wednesday evening, Pittsburgh police officers served food and drinks to more than 150 community members at the Knoxville United Church.
Edwina Kinchington of Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy 6-12 won the award from the National Association of Biology Teachers.
President Art Rooney met with Mayor Bill Peduto Wednesday morning to talk about the team’s bid to host Super Bowl LVII.
Chevron Corp. and Carnegie Science Center announced the company will donate $900,000 over the next three years for the STEM center.
The two-vehicle crash was reported at 2:33 a.m. after one vehicle fled from a stop by state police on the Parkway East.
The incident occurred shortly after 9 a.m. in the 500 block of Spencer Avenue, police said.
The case apparently stems from the arrests of adult prostitutes at Station Square in May.
The robber walked into the McDonald's in the 600 block of Wood Street shortly after 7 p.m., police said.
PennDOT reversed itself after announcing the paving would begin today.
The top sellers included $347,000 for a large inlaid cabinet and $102,500 for an 18th century bookcase.
The water main break on Seventh Street, Downtown, between Smithfield Avenue and William Penn Place closed the license center for the day.
Residents have been ordered not to use their windows after two dislodged, forcing management to block off sidewalks.
Weighing 150 tons, the sand sculpture depicts eight steel workers at a mill.
The parking district between 16th and 25th streets lets non-residents park for two hours between noon and midnight.
Banks in Greece stayed closed Monday, announcing they would limit people to withdrawals of just 60 Euro -- $67.40 -- per day from ATMs.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale delivered a series of “realistic and responsible reforms” to the governor Tuesday.
Nicholas Lancos, 32, who formerly worked at Kennywood Park, faces 15 child pornography counts filed by the state attorney general’s office.
Michael Monroe, 44, was sentenced to at least six years in jail for fatally stabbing his girlfriend’s son, Dereck Frye, 22, last July.
About 350,000 ConnectCards have been issued for free since the authority launched the system in 2012.
A water main break has resulted in the closing of the center at 708 Smithfield St.
Many businesses tried creative ways to attract new customers with cars off the streets.
The original 24-stop, 1,290-pipe organ was installed in 1896 and was last refurbished in 1964.
The idea to make Liberty Avenue a shared space from Commonwealth Place to Stanwix grew out of a symposium held last week.
The supervisor was given a five-day suspension and will be fired if there is another incident, a spokesman for Mayor Bill Peduto said.
The $13.4 million project will reconstruct or resurface parts of Bigelow Boulevard, North Craig Street and Baum Boulevard.
The vehicle crashed shortly after 4 a.m. near East Liberty Boulevard and Penn Avenue.
Attorneys for Scaife trustee Yale Gutnick today answered objections filed by Richard Mellon Scaife’s daughter and son early this month.
The water line problem caused low pressure in both buildings, which are on either side of Darragh Street in Oakland. //
Events, concerts and activities happening in the city this week.
The site once housed the landmark restaurant and a nearby two-story brick structure.
The nonprofit Global Links has been circumventing the trade embargo for 21 years, but now hopes to make exchanges a two-way proposition.
The U.S. population grew by 3.3 percent over the last five years, but it increased in Pennsylvania by just 0.7 percent.
Here the effect has been to highlight the limited number of black-owned businesses providing gasoline, fresh produce and other essentials.
The wreck happened around 7 p.m. near the entrance to the West End Bridge.
Police arrested Ronnnell Miller, 43, of Carrick and Calvin Gurley, 38, of Mount Oliver after the two fled an attempted traffic stop.
Among the items it held is a photograph of Recreation Park on the North Side, considered to be the birthplace of professional football.
Timothy Bazemore, 24, of Homewood, confided in someone shortly after the shooting, Pittsburgh police said.
City Public Information Officer Sonya Toler confirmed the incident occurred around 7:45 p.m. near the 2500 block of Brighton Road.
A man apparently having a heart attack was rescued by Pittsburgh Pirates fans and city paramedics at Friday night’s game in PNC Park.
At 22,000 square feet, The Islands features some of the world’s most endangered species from different tropical island environments.
Open Streets PGH, part of a national movement to foster outdoor activity, closed more than 25 city intersections from 8 a.m. to noon May 31.
A man was arrested today on charges that he shot a man earlier this week over an "ongoing beef," leaving the victim in critical condition.
Brothers Will and Beyshaud El say the officers violated their rights during an arrest July 2, 2013, outside a convenience store in Homewood.
The Rev. James Callozzo, 73, of Brookline faces a third-degree misdemeanor charge of sexual imposition.
A jury found Herbert Hart guilty in the shooting death of Robert Wilson of East Liberty.
Kilolo Luckett lectures about the achievements of Homewood’s Naomi Sims, the first African-American supermodel.
The men took money and electronics and left in two cars after the incident on Spring Garden Avenue, police said.