The governor separate letters to state workers and to the tens of thousands of vendors who do work with the commonwealth.
The inbound parkway will close from Interstate 79 to Parkway Center at 10 p.m.; outbound will be closed from Green Tree-Crafton to I-79.
A check of more than 700 gas stations in the area found prices down 0.5 cents per gallon to an average of $2.97.
Inspection of the bridge over Thompson Run Road is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Thursday.
Work is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Church Hill Road and Berryman Avenue.
Joseph Ruggieri is one of two Plum High School teachers accused of having sex with female students.
The board approved in a 6-1 vote a final budget with $87.8 million in costs and $97 million in revenue.
The original 24-stop, 1,290-pipe organ was installed in 1896 and was last refurbished in 1964.
AIU is bound by the state’s open-meeting law, although it rarely holds public discussions about its operations or spending.
The idea to make Liberty Avenue a shared space from Commonwealth Place to Stanwix grew out of a symposium held last week.
The $13.4 million project will reconstruct or resurface parts of Bigelow Boulevard, North Craig Street and Baum Boulevard.
The court said the sedative drug does not violate the U.S. Constitution’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
The developments have thrown into question Greece’s financial future and continued membership in the 19-nation shared euro currency.
The state prosecutor is the top Egyptian official to be assassinated since the ouster of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi two years ago.
The governor said Sweat initially was listed in stable condition but was downgraded to critical Sunday night.
Many businesses tried creative ways to attract new customers with cars off the streets.
Getting people to consider a career as a trooper has proven to be a tougher sell than it once was.
The plane wound up behind the two-story colonial, where a section of the tail and a charred wing rested on a hillside in the yard.
The native Pittsburgher, who practiced served his community for over 40 years, helped the polio vaccine trials organized by Jonas Salk.
The argument against independent commissions rests in the Constitution’s Election Clause.
The real estate mogul is one of many contenders for the GOP nomination for president.
Iran’s foreign minister broke off from the negotiations and flew to Tehran for consultations.
Overall attendance was expected to be in the millions for what amounted to a celebration of a freshly endorsed right to marry.
The Jewish People Policy Institute said there are currently 14.2 million Jews in the world.
It was a severe blow to NASA, the third cargo mission to fail in eight months.
Also, late Sunday the Senate approved a bill that would create a statewide school district to oversee the lowest-performing schools.
The disclosure of the bomber’s nationality heightened fears about the radicalization of youth in Saudi Arabia.
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The board approved the promotion of acting superintendent Nancy Hines to superintendent for a three-year term ending in June of 2018.
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Some 1,300 members of law enforcement took part in the search through the forests and bogs of northern New York.
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The justices ruled in a 5-4 decision that the EPA should have weighed the cost of compliance in deciding whether to regulate the pollutants.
Sate Auditor General Eugene DePasquale will recommend fixes for the state’s beleaguered municipal pension systems by Tuesday.
The worst state budget fight was in 1969, when the disagreement lasted 247 days, with the state running on stopgap funding.
Squirrel Hill native Evan Wolfson has led the national fight for same-sex marriage for more than 30 years.
As society has evolved and gambling has spread, legalized sports betting in the U.S. is becoming an increasingly real possibility.
The U.S. population grew by 3.3 percent over the last five years, but it increased in Pennsylvania by just 0.7 percent.
The Mobile Justice app allows users to record video and audio and send immediately to the ACLU.
Filming horizontally is recommended, as is keeping a distance, and refraining from speaking or commenting in order to avoid confusion.
Prime Minister Tsipras announces referendum for July 5, as police increase security as lines form in front of cash machines.
The nonprofit Global Links has been circumventing the trade embargo for 21 years, but now hopes to make exchanges a two-way proposition.
The University of Pittsburgh expands to five productions in 2015-16, when it will spend more time in the Charity Randall campus theater.
Some members of Congress want to pass federal legislation to ban discrimination against LGBT people in employment and housing.
U.S. officials have almost discounted the notion a deal will be made by Tuesday’s deadline, hoping to get a final accord to Congress.
Tunisia, Kuwait and France were still reeling from terror attacks this week that left dozens dead.
Israeli government moves to expel some African migrants is opposed by some Israelis who say it violates the country’s traditions.
After Supreme Court ruling favoring the Affordable Care Act, the opposing reaction in Congress and courts is likely to be far from unified.
The Rev. Albert Bowe, Sr. loved to sing and serve his church.