High-Tech 'Cornhole' Boards Have Built-In ScoreboardA Russellton man has solved the problem of keep score during Corn Hole, he's invented a high-tech board.
SouthSide Works Partners With NY Firm To Upgrade LocationSouthSide Works opened with great fanfare, culminating in 2005 with word that American Eagle Outfitters would locate its headquarters there.
EQT Buys Rice Energy To Create Shale Gas Drilling GiantEQT Corp. is merging with Rice Energy Inc. in a deal that combines two of western Pennsylvania's largest natural gas-drilling firms.
3 Pa. Lawmakers Ask Gov. Wolf To Void Property Sale To Group That Consults For Muslim SchoolsThe proposed sale of the former New Castle Youth Development Center has raised alarms in Shenango Township, Lawrence County.
3 More Kmart Stores Closing In Pittsburgh AreaMore Kmart stores are closing in the Pittsburgh area.
‘It's Not Going To Bring Back The Coal Industry’: Environmentalists Say Somerset Co. Mine Not Enough To Lift IndustryEnvironmentalists say the new Somerset County mine will be an exception and not the rule, and that the coal industry as a whole will continue to decline because of stiff completion from natural gas.
Specialized Coal Mine May Be ‘Economic Shot In Arm’ For Small-Town Somerset Co.They say coal is dead, but among the rolling farms of Somerset County, it's showing signs of life.
City Reaping Benefits Of Penguins' Long Playoff RunAs Penguins fans enjoy a second straight run to the Stanley Cup Final, the city of Pittsburgh is reaping the benefits economically.
Pens Playoffs, With Home Ice Advantage, Yields Dollars For CityVisitPittsburgh says with Monday and Wednesday Stanley Cup games in Pittsburgh, the Penguins are already an economic winner.
Young Entrepreneur Is Finalist In Walmart’s National CompetitionA young Pittsburgh-area entrepreneur has been invited to Open Call at Walmart headquarters in Arkansas thanks to his invention.
New Ride-Sharing Program In Pittsburgh Promises Special AdvantagesThere's a new kind of ride-sharing service coming to Pittsburgh -- CabbyGo.com.
Dick's Sporting Goods Cutting 160 Jobs In Pittsburgh-AreaDick's Sporting Goods has cut 160 jobs in the Pittsburgh-area, mostly at its Store Support Center in nearby Findlay Township.

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