Pittsburgh Native Arrested, Accused Of Selling Pot Through MailA 21-year-old Pittsburgh native has been arrested for allegedly selling marijuana through the mail.
Governor Visits Tech Shop In Bakery Square To Promote ManufacturingIt's called the Tech Shop in Bakery Square -- and if that sounds familiar -- President Obama was there last June to celebrate people who make things.
Man Paralyzed In Traffic Stop Halts East Liberty Traffic With ProtestThe man who was shot and paralyzed during a traffic stop in November of 2012 brought traffic to a halt in East Liberty Tuesday afternoon when he led a group of demonstrators in a protest.
You Need To Eat This: Free Ice CreamWho wants some free ice cream?
President Obama Visits TechShop During Latest Visit To PittsburghPresident Obama was in Pittsburgh again today for his third visit to the area just this year.
Bakery Square Development Continues Resurgence Of East LibertyNot exactly in unison but united nonetheless, developers and community leaders broke ground on a $120 million development on what was once the Reizenstein School on Penn Avenue in East Liberty.
Peduto Excited For Job Growth & New DevelopmentWhile President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were unveiling a new job training grant program at the CCAC campus in North Fayette Wednesday, one man got not one, but two mentions for the job he is doing so far.
Google Expanding In PittsburghGoogle will soon be looking for hundreds of new employees here in Pittsburgh.
Detectives: McDonald's Employee Sold Heroin In Happy MealsPittsburgh drug detectives say they arrested a McDonalds worker who was selling heroin in happy meals.
Is East Liberty Re-Development Leaving Some Residents Behind?The City of Pittsburgh is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country and old neighborhoods are being transformed. But, are some people being left behind?
Officials Break Ground On Bakery Square 2.0Ground was broken on a new project in East Liberty Thursday morning. It’s called Bakery Square 2.0.
Officials Announce Plans For Bakery Square 2.0 More economic development is coming to the east end of Pittsburgh. Walnut Capital, the developer that converted the old Nabisco Bakery on Penn Avenue into Bakery Square, is planning to expand across the street.