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Several lawmakers spoke in favor of the legislation today, including Sen. Jim Ferlo, D-Highland Park, who said he is gay.
There’s a particular emphasis on taking AP science, math and English courses.
Josh Gibson Park in Station Square would teach about the Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Negro Leagues in Pittsburgh.
A state grant from the Economic Growth Initiative will help fund a $3.7 million renovation.
Hotel guests found Jeffrey Watson, 48, sleeping on a sofa in the 1,300-square-foot parlor, police said.
Maurice Cole Sr. took quick action when gun shots rang out near a bus stop two weeks ago was recognized tonight.
Matthew Sokol, 25, of the South Side Slopes, is charged with two counts after investigators said he uploaded images onto Twitter in July.
The Post-Gazette was honored by the Religion Newswriters Association.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
If grant money comes through Woolslair will be repurposed into a partial magnet school.
The Regional Asset District, now in its 20th year, showcases places that get RAD funding with hikes, tours, museum visits and more.
Mr. Donahoe, a grandson of legendary Pittsburgh Mayor David L. Lawrence, has served as RAD’s executive director since 1995.
The RAD entered into contractual relationships with the Phipps Conservatory, National Aviary and Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
The work will take several days during milling and resurfacing, the city Public Works Department announced.
From wine pairings to French cooking to gluten-free baking, you can find a variety of classes in Pittsburgh.
The proposed budget includes a 0.5-mill real estate tax increase that would generate an additional $8 million.
A former manager is charged with stealing $336,000 from Metropolitan Savings Bank in Lawrenceville.
Mayor Bill Peduto was mum on the details, but he called the new spending plan “truth in budgeting.”
A recycling business developed by the school’s Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship team took second in a world competition.
Police said a man walked into Cliffs Bar & Grill around 10 p.m. and shot a bar patron.
Officials say Lawrenceville, Oakland and Market Square are now included at a time when a more youth-driven scene is emerging in Pittsburgh.
The court-appointed conservator requested to stay the Oct. 6 sheriff sale to give her more time to complete the sale to a N.Y. developer.
The man was transported to UPMC Mercy for treatment.
The right lane was to close for repairs to an adjacent building between Gist and Miltenberger streets.
Prolific, powerful and portable, the vintage press is a reminder of how technology advanced democracy.
As part of Circles East Liberty, a long-term effort, Eastminster Church hosted an exercise to demonstrate the daily grind of poverty.
The mentoring program brought about 30 female professionals together with 160 female students, to help them mentor elementary school girls.
Officials hope to use the statistics to help enforcement.
Seeking to fill more than 1,000 slots, the company said it’s more important for candidates to bring a good attitude than a good resume.
Now, 228 years later, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is being published at a state-of-the-art printing facility in Clinton.
Service was restored by noon, but students were warned the water might appear discolored and could remain so for several hours.
A fallen tree branch left one woman seriously injured and almost 1,000 residents without power Sunday night.
The new presses weigh more than 600 tons and are supported on a concrete pad that is four feet thick.
A letter to our readers from David M. Shribman and John Robinson Block.
The shooting happened around 10:20 p.m. near the intersection of Upland Street and North Lang Avenue in Homewood.
Performances mark the occasion as the future remains uncertain for the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane is working on a three-school plan for science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
Pittsburgh police shot and paralyzed Mr. Ford following a traffic stop in 2012.
Two people suffered minor injuries in a one-car accident in the Liberty Tunnels that backed up traffic earlier today.
A fire damaged a Highland Park apartment Friday night.
Zachary Threats, 36, is accused of killing 30-year-old Kaamil Arnold, who was grilling at a home in the 7700 block of Tioga Street.
Pittsburgh police said Hosea Davis, 37, was shot at least 10 times the afternoon of Jan. 20 and took Rodney Howard Jr. into custody.
The firm is now hoping for “clarity” with regard to the nearby development of the historic produce terminal.
Dollar Bank holds a $7.9 million mortgage on the building and wants to recoup the entire amount.
The man was found laying on the sidewalk near the intersection of Vinial Street and Salter Way.
A jury found Leon Ford, 21, not guilty of two counts of aggravated assault on Monday.
Four men and three women, some University of Pittsburgh students, were displaced after an early morning fire destroyed two houses.
A train was having mechanical issues at the Gateway Center subway station and in Washington County by a jack-knifed tractor trailer on I-79.
The new settlements total $132,500 and end lawsuits filed by five corrections officers or supervisors.