Bishop Zubik: Valentine's Day Can Be Celebrated Along With Ash WednesdayFor the first time since 1945, Valentine’s Day falls on Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent and a day of fasting for Catholics.
Rep. Mike Doyle: 'All In All, A Fair Compromise', To Reopen GovernmentOn Capitol Hill, the House has narrowly passed a sweeping bipartisan budget accord, ending an hours-long government shutdown.
2 Officers Struck By Suspected DUI Driver In AliquippaTwo police officers and another person were hospitalized late Thursday night following a crash in Aliquippa.
PNC To Sponsor Ganassi Racing In IndyCarPNC will become the primary sponsor for Scott Dixon's IndyCar.
Voters May Have Chance To Shrink Pa. House Of Representatives In NovemberVoters may have the opportunity to shrink the size of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this November. House Bill 153 would reduce the number of representatives from 203 to 151. State Rep. Jerry Knowles, of the 124th Legislative District in Berks, Carbon and Schuylkill Counties, is the bill’s prime sponsor.
Punxsutawney Phil Sees Shadow, Calls For 6 More Weeks Of WinterPennsylvania’s prognosticating groundhog has seen his shadow, which means six more weeks of winter.
As Construction Workers Retire, Shortage Spurs Special Career WorkshopPPG Paints Arena is the site of an unusual construction trades career workshop this Saturday.
Pothole Blitz Underway In Southwestern Pa.The City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and PennDOT will be conducting a pothole blitz over the next few days.
Pirates President Frank Coonelly: Bob Nutting Was Last On Board With McCutchen TradeTo say fans are upset about the Pittsburgh Pirates trading Andrew McCutchen would be an understatement.
Pothole Problems Popping Up Across Area After Major Winter StormsNow that the snow has been cleared off the streets, it's revealed another problem Pittsburghers are all too familiar with - potholes.
Trump To Visit North Fayette Company That Says His Policies Have Boosted BusinessPresident Donald Trump is set to visit a North Fayette company during a visit to western Pennsylvania on Thursday.
Frigid Weather Prompts Some Changes To First Night FestivitiesWith temperatures expected in the single digits on New Year’s Eve this Sunday, First Night organizers are doing some last minute rearranging to their festivities that attract thousands to downtown Pittsburgh.

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