Presbyterian Bible scholar drew on cultural insights from decades of mission work in the Arab world.
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The survey will help Allegheny County and its Parks Foundation develop a profile of users and the changes they want in the nine parks.
Kevin Dowdell said that Timothy Glasspool has not shown up for work since Tuesday and the solicitor is trying to reach him.
Residents from Garfield and Penn Hills thanked the staff for recommending weekend and some evening service in those areas.
In honor of the Penguins being in the Stanley Cup finals, Eat’n Park will be handing out free Smiley Cookies.
The federal TSA tried to offer travelers some relief after weeks of slow-moving lines blamed on a shortage of TSA security officers.
The work will take place from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. PennDOT says all ramps will remain open. SAI Consulting Engineers will conduct the work.
The crosswalks will be straightened and neon warning lights added.
A free service provided by Carnegie Mellon University is helping the township prioritize its roadwork.
Petty Officer 1st Class Dan Kabula of West View will take part in the parade commemorating the 25th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm.
Census estimates place the fastest-growing communities in Allegheny County in the west and north, with the exception of Jefferson Hills.
U.S. attorney makes good on his pledge to hold accountable dealers whose product had lethal consequences.
Criminal investigation continues in death of Rostraver woman, who allegedly entered a suicide pact with her husband.
Mr. McDonough was police chief in Mt. Lebanon and a longtime Pennsylvania state trooper.
Daevon Plowden has been charged in the killing of Tamar Taylor, who was shot in his car on Bellanca Avenue.
The goal of OpenGov Allegheny and Allegheny County Contracts Online is increased transparency and public engagement.
The ride-share company was fined $11.4 million last month for defying the Public Utility Commission for several months in 2014.
U.S. Steel accuses Chinese steel producers of stealing trade secrets, conspiring to fix prices and evading import duties.
Woman’s particular strain of E. coli has shown a resistance to colistin, a drug used for difficult-to-treat infections.
Kevin Bolding will lead the region’s 18 branches and three residential camps at its new leader.
Laura Hoover, a senior scheduled to graduate from Burrell High School, was found dead in her car near her home.
The jury in Allen Wade’s homicide case was divided, 9-3, over whether to impose the death sentence in the killings of Suzy and Sarah Wolfe.
Superintendent Charles Moffatt, 74, announced his retirement earlier this year after serving 12 years in the position.
The Route 60 project includes milling and paving, drainage improvements, base repairs, guide rail updates and line painting.
An 82-year-old woman died Tuesday after she apparently entered a suicide pact with her husband, who survived.
In Lower Burrell, the young mayor for the day and other officials declare May 25 Donation Awareness Day throughout Westmoreland County.
The measure that determines how much state aid school districts receive will add a new level of transparency to the process.
Under the bill, some first-time offenders will need to use the device for at least one year.
The state Liquor Control Board’s move is the latest step in loosening the hold on beer sales by bars and beer distributors.
The panel of five men and seven women have been sent home for the night. They will reconvene at 9 a.m. Thursday.
Move allows airline to use automated baggage system underused since US Airways eliminated its Pittsburgh hub in 2004.
By October, the state Department of Insurance will decide rates insurers can charge people who buy policies in the government marketplace.
State declares ”Code Orange” air pollution day due to high smog levels and is urging young and elderly to restrict outdoor activities.
The Port Authority discovered malware on its internal computer system March 31 and began remediation within two hours.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak ordered Tuesday that Ryan Gustafson, 28, is a "real and major flight risk" because of his ties to Africa.
Washington County honors 46 first responders and residents with life-saving awards after using Narcan to revive 61 overdose victims.
Prosecutors seeking the death penalty for East Liberty man found guilty of killing his next-door neighbors in 2014.
The 86-year-old was awarded more than $2 million in damages for her 2011 fall at Providence Care Center.
The fast casual salad and burger restaurant will open locations at the Siena at St. Clair and at the Village at Pine developments.
Also, on the Ohio River Boulevard (Route 65), long-term lane restrictions will begin today and remain in place through early August.
Appalachian Kentucky’s new pill culture was a bonanza for a few, but the death toll spurred action.
Andre Saunders said he earned $16,000 a year as a used-car salesman but had two homes in Fayette County worth more than $300,000 each.
Mr. Vignola, a former champion on Food Network’s “Chopped” in 2011, has revamped the menu for the Pittsburgh Bill’s Bar & Burger location.
Sweeps of all three schools turned up no evidence of actual bombs, and the schools are all scheduled to be open tomorrow.
Schools go on lockdown after a parent says she was threatened by a man with a gun after tailgating her into the high school’s parking lot.
Christopher Yaquinto must pay back more than $400,000 in restitution for stealing from Breen Energy Solutions.
Succession plan calls for her three sons, Andre, Christopher and H. John IV, to serve as chairs in four-year rotations beginning in October.
Andre Saunders had two houses totaling more than $700K seized along with $325K in cash and other assets.
Advocates called for affordable, high-quality, inclusive early education at a press conference this morning in the City-County Building.