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Pittsburgh Police and the SWAT team surrounded a home in the Hill District late Monday night.
Pittsburgh police homicide detectives are looking into a deadly shooting in the Hill District.
They were young, and they were brave. They were called the Freedom Riders, a group committed to the non-violent pursuit of Civil Rights and willing to put their lives on the line.
A man was injured when he was grazed by a bullet in the buttocks in the Hill District early Sunday.
Pennsylvania is providing a $50,000 grant to help restore the Pittsburgh home where late Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson lived as a child.
A helping hand for kids in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.
Ministers from local African Methodist Episcopal churches gathered Thursday afternoon to join hands and pray for those killed at the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
When Mayor Bill Peduto came to the podium at Ammon Recreation Center in the Hill District to talk about a nutrition program, the gates of the pool right outside were still shut. The water filtration tank that cleans the pool’s water was mistakenly shipped overseas by the manufacturer.
The swimming pool at Ammon Recreation Center in the Hill District is 80-years-old and in need of repair. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department thought it was on track to do just that until last month.
Kids in the city’s Hill District neighborhood will have to find another place to go swimming this summer.
In the Hill District, families affected by gun violence gathered Saturday, sharing stories and support for each other.
As police continue to search for the suspect who shot and killed a man on Easter Sunday, the victim’s mother is making a plea to the community.
A man accused of raping a woman in Pittsburgh’s Crawford-Roberts neighborhood was held for trial Tuesday morning.
He still has the voice, and he can still play the guitar. George Benson still loves coming home to the town that shaped his life.