Neighbors aren’t happy about a North Strabane Township homeowner’s large installation of solar panels.
Pittsburgh is growing as a place to be for college graduates.
A state senator wants to see a bill passed that would increase the minimum wage for part-time police officers.
How many jobs is the shale gas industry creating?
For Andy Pugh, of Squirrel Hill, the check-up is routine, but the purpose is anything but.
Every day, tanker trains travel Norfolk Southern’s Conemauch line through towns like Vandergrift – and mostly without incident.
A psychiatric hospital has cited security concerns in its decision to refuse treatment to a teenager awaiting trial on charges he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at his high school.
In the high-pressured world of high finance, the brokers and bond traders at Federated Investors compete every weekday for your investment dollars.
Gov. Tom Corbett has asked for records of interoffice emails containing pornography that were apparently exchanged among former employees of the state attorney general’s office, including two men who are now his top aides.
The course has rigorous demands and is highly technical – taught in a language few of us would understand.
Cameron McLay will take the reins of a police bureau in crisis, rocked by scandal that sent the last chief to jail, and suffering from strained community relations and a rising homicide rate.
The National Park Service will provide a tour of the visitor center being built at the Flight 93 National Memorial on the eve of the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Twenty years ago, on a clear, cloudless September night, US Air Flight 427 mysteriously fell from sky on its approach to Pittsburgh International Airport.
The old presses have been churning out papers on the Boulevard of the Allies since the mid-1950s and pressmen must tend to them nightly with wrenches and oil just to keep them humming.
It’s something people haven’t seen in Homewood in years, police officers — out of their cars — walking a beat. It’s so-called community-oriented policing, and folks there have taken notice.