PPS Board Holds Meeting About Superintendent’s Résumé DiscrepanciesThe Pittsburgh Public Schools Board met for the first time Friday about alleged discrepancies on the new superintendent’s resume.
Jail Healthcare Costing Taxpayers MillionsTreating jail inmates at local hospitals is costing taxpayers millions. Is it time for a change?
Hundreds Of Acres Slated To Become Pittsburgh's Biggest ParkA developer who once planned a horse racing track, a casino, a hotel and other amenities on a 660-acre site in Pittsburgh has decided to give the land to the city for a park.
George Foreman Makes Local Visit, Remembers Muhammad AliDuring a visit to Monroeville on Wednesday, boxing great George Foreman remembered his friend, the legendary Muhammad Ali.
Pittsburgh Schools Superintendent Pick Tries To Clear Air Over Résumé DiscrepanciesEmbattled Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent-pick, Dr. Anthony Hamlet, sought to clear the air Tuesday about discrepancies on his résumé.
Resume Questions Raised About Incoming PPS SuperintendentThere are concerns that Dr. Anthony Hamlet inflated his achievements before being hired by the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
World Famous Artist/Activist Makes Splash In PittsburghHe comes from China with a very peculiar sounding name, but Ai Weiwei is a groundbreaking artist and activist whose life and work has shaken the government of his homeland.
Lamar Advertising Tells City They Will Not Be Taking Down Sprint AdThe latest version of the sign atop Mount Washington is an advertisement for the Sprint mobile phone network with words “Pittsburgh WINS with Black & Yellow.”
Local Business Booming During Penguins' Stanley Cup RunExcitement on the ice translates into a windfall of cash for local businesses.
Cemetery Recreates Historic Gate Destroyed By Drunk DriverA year and half after a drunk driver smashed through the gates of Allegheny Cemetery, a new gate replicating the original is being installed.
City Of Pittsburgh Working To Eliminate Pesticide UsePittsburgh is joining only a handful of cities nationwide to stop using chemical pesticides -- except in very rare instances -- starting in the city parks.
KDKA Investigation Gets Action On Over-Income Families In Public HousingImagine making $100,000 or more a year and still being able to live in federally-subsidized public housing. Sound implausible?

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