People were standing in lines Thursday evening to get what could be one of the hottest items for Christmas: Sony’s Playstation 4.
CONSOL Energy Center is in its fourth season of Penguins hockey, but in all that time, right across the street, 5th Avenue has looked pretty much the same. Same storefronts. No restaurants. That is, until now.
As much of its shuttered business district attests, Braddock has struggled to stay afloat through three decades of hard times. But that recovery could be derailed if a court upholds a massive appeals board reduction of US Steel’s Edgar Thompson Works.
Wendell August Forge officially opened its new factory today after a devastating fire in 2010.
Consol Energy — formerly Consolidation Coal Company — is getting out of the domestic coal business, at least in West Virginia.
The roots of the Heinz relationship in our town run deep, so the idea of McDonald’s dumping Heinz ketchup is not going over well.
The Pittsburgh Public Market has been called a microcosm of the Strip District and a new and improved version opened up this morning.
Some Carnegie Mellon University graduates are taking the fashion world by storm. In fact, some are calling their business the “next big thing.”
The 40-foot-tall rubber duck that’s been hanging around Downtown Pittsburgh is bringing both people and money into the city.
California-based Del Monte Foods is selling its food division to a company from the Philippines with a similar name: Del Monte Pacific Limited.
FirstEnergy says it will close two coal-fired power plants in southwestern Pennsylvania as scheduled next week with no expectations that they will be sold or reopened under stricter environmental regulations.
The saying is “clothes make the man,” but in Pittsburgh with sports and the playoffs, clothes make the fan.
They could not be more different – 57-year-old liberal Democrat Dan Frankel from Squirrel Hill and 29-year-old conservative Republican Jim Christiana of Beaver.
If you live, work or dine in certain communities like the city of Pittsburgh — you could get an unexpected jolt to your wallet, like a separate city-imposed drink tax.
Could a vacant building on Smithfield Street, that once was the glamorous home of the sparkle and shine of a Saks Fifth Avenue, soon be home to milk, eggs and “do you have your advantage card?”
An exhibit at the HJ Heinz History Center celebrates how Pittsburgh has helped to change the world. Spanning over 16,000 square-feet, “Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation” highlights our region’s contributions to art, medicine, industry, education, sports, technology, and much more!
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If heading to a crowded shopping mall is something you dread this time of year, you might be thinking about doing some of your holiday shopping online. Follow these tips to ensure cyber shopping experience pays off in the long run.
Some of those infomercials that you see on TV make certain products look like things you just can’t afford to live without; but do they really live up to all the hype? Before you invest, […]
Here’s a look at some of the world’s tallest towers and skyscrapers.