Falling natural gas prices have been a boon to consumers, especially here in western Pennsylvania where Marcellus natural gas is plentiful and cheap.
It’s a national historic landmark and the crowning achievement of famed architect Henry Hobson Richardson who died before its dedication in 1888.
In September, thousands from this area are expected to travel to Philadelphia to attend what some call a once-in-a-lifetime event.
Getting high school age children into the college of their choice has become a big business.
It’s a sprawling expanse of riverfront land stretching a mile and half along the Hazelwood flats.
Natural gas prices are falling in Western Pennsylvania and while it may be good for consumers, it may not be good for the Marcellus Shale gas industry.
To the world, he is Michael Keaton the movie star, but in accepting his Golden Globe last night, he revealed himself to someone else.
For four decades, Deputy Pittsburgh Police Chief Paul Donaldson has upheld his promise to protect and serve. Now, he’s retiring.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates it will spend at least $350 million more over the next 10 years to dig up and haul away nuclear waste from a dump site about 35 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
It’s hard enough making a living selling cheesesteak and pizza, but as Sue and Dwight Creen found out last week, the financial and emotional costs of being held up at gunpoint are beyond the pale.
The renovation of the former Civic Arena site hit a snag Friday, after a lawsuit was filed against the city and Pittsburgh Penguins.
In the City of Pittsburgh it was a violent year. In some neighborhoods this past summer, gun violence became an almost nightly occurrence.
Plenty of people around western Pennsylvania are staring down thousands of dollars’ worth of repairs, all because their downspouts are tied into the wrong system.
Courthouse drama is usually confined to the courtroom, but now the entire Beaver County Courthouse is ablaze with rumors and allegations, and the state police have been called in to sort it all out.
Pittsburgh’s bald eagles are keeping house once again. Early Christmas morning, they were seen tending to their nest in Hays in anticipation of hatching new eaglets this spring.