Proposed changes to city council’s operating rules would allow fines up to $500 against members who disclosed certain material.
In a presidential race more focused on hateful rhetoric than policy, teachers at all levels have had to reconsider their neutrality.
One increase would boost the per-meeting stipend from $9,000 a year now to $10,932.55 in 2020.
The dinner honored Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Agnese Landini,and Mr. Renzi's wife.
It was the first of two debates in a race whose outcome will help determine which party controls the U.S. Senate for the next two years.
With the presidential election nearing, the Allegheny County DA’s office reassures voters that fraud rumors are “unsubstantiated.”
Donald Trump’s stance toward Russia, other foreign policies are criticized.
Incumbent Guy Reschenthaler, a Republican from Jefferson Hills, faces Democrat Ed Eichenlaub of Bethel Park in the 37th Senate District.
Four public-sector conferences in Pittsburgh this fall are bringing around 4,000 public officials, scholars and other observers to the city.
Hillary Clinton’s daughter will make two campaign appearances in the city and emphasize her mother’s message about women and families.
Fallout from the lewd comments could hurt Donald Trump’s chances in the state.
Mike Pence, the Republican candidate for vice president, tells an audience in Johnstown that he and Donald Trump represent change.
The Democratic vice-presidential candidate sat down for an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential running mate on the Democratic ticket was in Oakland today at Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall.
The two biggest projects in the Allegheny County executive’s plan is a rehab of the Andy Warhol Bridge and roof work for County Courthouse.
John Fetterman will be among several guests from the Pittsburgh region at tonight’s presidential debate.
The event will be held at 3:30 p.m. at the Fitzgerald Field House in Oakland. Doors will open at 1 p.m.
Authorities plan to block off an underpass at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for an appearance today by the Republican nominee.
The announcement of her visit coincides with a new radio ad that the campaign says will outline what’s at stake for black millennials.