The township hopes to save money by offering plans such as a 401(k) to new, nonunion employees and then possibly to all workers.
$3.4 million in casino revenue from the Pennsylvania Gaming Economic Development and Tourism program is funding multiple projects.
The blockage prevents a stream from flowing to its natural channel behind houses along Alder Drive.
The planned subdivision includes seven moderate-income duplexes that would house 14 single-family units.
President Obama invited Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto to ride with him from the airport.
The president said the Iran deal and the resumption of diplomatic relations with Cuba were examples of “a new kind of leadership.”
Controller Chelsa Wagner has hired at least five former Ravenstahl workers, including Public Works assistant director Kevin Quigley.
The special election is set for Aug. 1; the 37th District seat became open after the resignation of Matt Smith.
Starting a neighborhood crime watch and rebuilding a local playground were just two ideas proposed at last week’s Irwin council meeting.
At a July 8 meeting, Wilkinsburg officials considered using zoning laws to regulate Internet-based room rentals.
At the Irwin council meeting, opinions were split on an ordinance that would require third-party inspections of homes and apartments.
Lorraine Petrosky of Unity has been named chairwoman of the Westmoreland County Democratic Committee.
Guy Reschenthaler resigned his Jefferson Hills judicial position immediately before accepting the nomination
Dawn Lane was hired July 1 at a salary of $100,000.
Attorney Michael Nestico, Jeannette’s new city manager, says he’s ready to tackle the town’s many challenges.
Five years after the firing of Superintendent Terry Kinavey, Judge Alan Hertzberg upholds the decision of West Jefferson Hills school board.
A 7,500-square-foot BJ’s Brewhouse & Restaurant received final approval to be built at the South Hills Village mall.
Concerns about contaminated water and parking woes were among the concerns residents discussed with Ross commissioners at a meeting Monday.
Council authorized the borough to advertise for amendments to the ordinance approved in December establishing the program.
Squirrel Hill's 14th Ward Democratic committee hosted the event, prompted by the opening created by the death of Barbara Daly Danko.
Four Democrats want the nomination for Allegheny County Council to replace Barbara Daly Danko, who died before the primary but won anyway.
The controller had harsh words for the Peduto administration for filing a lawsuit against the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority.
The draft ordinance says about 40 percent of Pittsburgh private sector workers and 77 percent of service workers have no paid sick time.
The proposal calls for 140 townhouses on 24 acres that used to be the Woodville State Hospital property.
Former administrator Phil Martell is now being accused of “double dipping,” or billing two organizations for the same trip expenses.
Board members questioned why worker rates varied for different sport events, and the tabled action on 3 percent raises for some employees.
The Republican asked the group studying county government to consider several options, including eliminating the part-time council.
Ed Kress, R-Shaler, said such a seat would reflect the growing number of voters who identify as neither Republican nor Democrat.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale delivered a series of “realistic and responsible reforms” to the governor Tuesday.