We have called Verizon more than a half-dozen times, logging more than five hours dealing with the strike replacements.
We are calming fear of the unknown so that when faced with important decisions, students will have a greater confidence about their future.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service developed a program of peer-led refugee/immigrant support groups in the participants’ own language.
President Obama said he is “fully lifting the ban on the sale of military equipment” to Vietnam.
Donald Trump has proposed some stupendously simple-minded solutions for many of America’s problems.
I doubt that much will significantly change with the election of a new president, whether it be Hillary, Bernie, Donald or whoever else.
In the past, we were told to come together and support the party after the primary election process ended. This model is eroding.
The North Shore Connector will hopefully lead to the undertaking of further expansion of public transit projects throughout the region.
At a hearing about an Oakland project, we felt that our verbal testimony was not welcome and our concerns were not taken seriously.
Hard choices here, and a pox upon both parties for their unfortunate candidate choices.
I have no intention of voting for Donald Trump; however, as a teacher, I have two lessons I would like to share with him.
In reference to Jim Galbraith’s May 12 letter (“Conservatives Cultivated Disastrous Trump”): Right on, Mr. Galbraith!
I’d rather they did away with our property taxes, or provide free medical care for the limited years we have left.
Is it time to give up the traditional two-party system (Democrat/Republican)?
Regarding Medicaid, as a country, we need serious discussion of what the law should permit.
I am writing to comment on “Down on the (Fracking) Farm,” by Jeffrey Condran, a review of the novel “Heat & Light” by Jennifer Haigh.
Let the GOP and Donald Trump fall into each other’s arms. They deserve each other.
In regard to the May 19 article “Gov. Wolf Vetoes Teacher-Layoff Change,” Gov. Wolf has shown what he really cares about.
The Zika virus has us quaking with the fear, but few of us bother to read down to the third or fourth paragraph of the story.
The world is a mess for some people. The mention of God in any text is a good thing.
I want to compliment the PG on the article “Breast-feeding Teacher Encourages African-American Women,” highlighting Ngozi Doreen D. Tibbs.
As Ben Franklin said, “There never was a good war or a bad peace.”
Ms. Szymanski saw the cost of the antibacterial medication for treatment of an ear infection “more than quadruple in eight months.”
The road that is absolutely no better than its predecessor and is, in fact, worse and more dangerous.
Route 28 in the Highland Park Bridge area is a dangerous accident zone.
How does one rate the success or failure of a nation’s health care delivery system?
I am writing in response to “Evidence Shows U.S. Schools Again Are Isolating” (May 18).
The PG’s well-researched story on the troubles of Pittsburgh Filmmakers was further evidence of the foundation community’s inbred nature.
It is common sense that anyone who could live in a house filled with feces and dead animals deserves psychiatric treatment.
I’m writing in response to the May 14 letter “Uncool Ingredient,” criticizing your Food section for writing about Cool Whip.
About 30 years ago I called the maker of Cool Whip to complain about a major ingredient in its product — palm kernal oil.
While jet packs may not be around for quite some time, the energy that will power them and our daily lives is around now.
It takes more than a big mouth and big wallet to be the next leader of the free world.
Proclaiming that life in captivity is preferable to life in the wild is merely a convenient justification for exploitation.
If the injured player doesn’t come back for a week or two, neither should the player who caused the injury.
Pittsburgh hockey fans and players reacted in a respectful way while Tampa’s goalie, Ben Bishop, was taken off the ice on a gurney.
Let me catch my breath! Pope Francis is going to create a commission to study the possibility of admitting women to the diaconate ministry.
Banning circus animals would essentially end circuses coming here; that would have a negative economic impact on stagehands and others.
Any so-called leaders who try to make Trump the most powerful man in the world should strike words like “principle” from their vocabulary.
I, too, hope that the Junction Hollow project happens. But it needs to be a steppingstone to larger connectivity.
Congratulations, Denver! Light rail from downtown to the airport can be done. I’d love to see it here
A conference in Pittsburgh was a welcome chance to describe our story. (And we liked the Just Ducky tour, too.)
Kudos to council President Bruce Kraus for introducing legislation to ban wild or exotic animals from appearing in public performances.
I will continue to advocate for keeping them in the forefront of the public eye and inspiring donations to help save their wild brethren.
I’m a member of Homes for All Pittsburgh. We’re distressed the city supports development that further marginalizes native Pittsburghers.
I am very disappointed in the PG’s viewpoint on Pittsburgh City Council’s proposal to ban exotic and wild animal performances.
I agree with LeadingAge PA’s Ron Barth regarding abuse of Medicaid nursing home benefits.
Columnist Brian O’Neill’s obsession with a roadway to connect the Almono site in Hazelwood to the Oakland campuses blinds him to the truth.
Senate Republicans should allow all District Court nominees currently in limbo to have an up-or-down vote immediately.
I read Arsenal PreK-5 parent Jennifer Pelling’s letter about the importance of smaller class sizes with interest and relief .