There’s another big country music concert coming to Pittsburgh this weekend, but Mayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
Mayor Bill Peduto and his top aides will take questions from the community tonight in the Mayor’s Night Online forum.
Mayor Bill Peduto proudly announced Tuesday that Pittsburgh was selected as one of only eight cities in the country to receive funding to reduce the number of uninsured children.
The former conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has died.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are mulling several policies – including limiting tailgating hours in stadium parking lots – to avoid messes like the one left behind by 50,000 Luke Bryan fans last month.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald join KDKA Radio once a month to take on concerns that are important to residents. Today, the men addressed issues like the Luke Bryan concert, bicycling in the city, “Choice Neighborhood”, and more!
New changes are taking place in Mayor Bill Peduto’s office after word got out that nearly $2,000 was spent on a coffee machine, raising some eyebrows.
Enough is enough. That’s the message from Mayor Bill Peduto after this weekend’s mess left behind after the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field.
Luke Bryan entertained over 50,000 people at Heinz Field Saturday night. However, the aftermath of the event led Mayor Bill Peduto to weigh in with some strong words.
He was a small town cop in West Brownsville — who left for the state police and then traveled the country in the FBI with stops in New York City and Washington D.C.
Mayor Bill Peduto will marry a select few LGBT couples planning to tie the knot after last week’s federal court decision, in a group ceremony.
The following KDKA Editorial discusses the new Public Saftery Director.
Mayor Bill Peduto named a new public safety director Wednesday. He announced he is hiring FBI Special Agent Stephen Bucar to fill the position.
The Washington Monument re-opened Tuesday, after being closed for nearly three years following an earthquake that cracked and shook loose some of the stones.
More Pittsburgh streets could get attention now that the city has come up with an extra $3 million for road paving.