McKnight Road Corridor Building Boom In High GearThe building boom along the McKnight Road corridor is in high gear, even as a popular, long-time restaurant closes its doors for good.
Awesome Pittsburgh Awards Grants To Local People With Awesome IdeasIt’s not a big-name foundation, but a group called Awesome Pittsburgh is handing out small grants every month to local people with awesome ideas.
Oakmont Officials, Businesses Hoping To Cash In During U.S. OpenOakmont is in the national spotlight as the U.S. Open takes center stage over the next few days. And just as the players are preparing, so is the surrounding community.
Championship Hockey Means Crowds And Dollars For Local BusinessesHours before game time, people gathered in front of the big screen, a sign this Stanley Cup Final game is bringing more people, and money, than ever to the Fifth Avenue business corridor.
Striking Verizon Workers To Return Wednesday; Deal InkedNearly 40,000 striking Verizon employees will return to work Wednesday after reaching a tentative contract agreement that includes 1,300 new call center jobs and nearly 11 percent in raises over four years but also makes health care plan changes to save the company money, the company and unions said Monday.
Verizon, Unions Reach Deal In Principle For 4-Year ContractStriking Verizon employees may be back to work next week after the company and its unions reached an agreement in principle for a four-year contract.
Pittsburghers Cashing In On Booming Craft Beer BusinessThe craft beer business is growing in Pennsylvania.
Steelmakers Gather In Pittsburgh, Say China Has Declared WarOne of the steel industry's most important trade conferences is meeting in Pittsburgh this week.
Smart Meters Pose Ongoing Issues For Duquesne Light CustomersDo you have one of those smart meters that Duquesne Light is installing all over?
Penguins’ Long Playoff Run Means Big Money For CityA longer Penguins’ season means extra money for the City of Pittsburgh.
General Electric To Close Solar Inverter Plant In BlawnoxGeneral Electric will be closing a plant in the Pittsburgh area, which will put more than 200 people out of work.
Kraft Heinz Cutting 40 'Third-Party' Jobs In PittsburghKraft Heinz Co. is cutting 40 jobs in Pittsburgh, mostly accounts payable and other customer service positions that are being outsourced to an unspecified third party.

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