Dozens of alternative fuel vehicles were on display today and it was all part of an event called “Odyssey Day.”
Some employers say they find the Affordable Care Act – unaffordable. Instead of extending coverage to some employees, they’re cutting their hours.
What initially started as a trailer in the Passavant Hospital parking lot in the North Hills is now home to 5,600 students each semester.
The student services center at the Community College of Allegheny County is partially reopened after a pipe burst.
A week of sub-freezing temperatures is taking a toll on pipes.
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CCAC’s campus on the North Side was locked down for a short time Tuesday afternoon after gunshots were fired near campus.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says he has an easy and accessible plan to allow every registered voter in the county to obtain voter identification.
Pittsburgh City Councilman Ricky Burgess is angry tonight, calling the act against him an attempt to destroy him. Flyers accusing the councilman of trading grades for sex were posted around the North Side campus of the Community College of Allegheny County.
A poster plastered all over a local college campus accuses a professor – a Pittsburgh councilman – of trading grades for sex.
The Pittsburgh Chapter of Clean Cities is working to educate consumers about the different ways to fuel vehicles by bringing together providers, manufacturers and educators for an alternative fuel show-and-tell.
Over 33,000 students at Community College of Allegheny County are about to get hit with an average 9.5 percent tuition hike, starting in January. “I’m just shocked that I’m hearing this now, and I don’t know what I’m going to do,” says Jake Kirby of Sheridan.
The Community College of Allegheny County on it’s North Side campus has always had trouble with skateboarders.