Running a red light in the city of Pittsburgh is about to get a little more risky.
Every mayor of Pittsburgh brings a different style and personality to the job — the grandmotherly Sophie Masloff, the technical skills of Tom Murphy, the people-loving Bob O’Connor, and the youthful Luke Ravenstahl — quick impressions come to mind. So what about Bill Peduto?
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says he’ll be more visible in the coming weeks. As he toured the new Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District Wednesday, he said he was focusing not only on the market but also on his legacy.
The Erie County Democratic Committee in northwestern Pennsylvania has kicked an Erie city councilman off the committee, saying he violated bylaws by publicly supporting a Republican colleague in an upcoming council election.
Pittsburgh Controller Michael Lamb released the findings of an audit of the secondary employment practices of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police on Tuesday.
It’s not their decision to make — but city council wants a moratorium on school closings in Pittsburgh.
Several members of Pittsburgh City Council spoke out in support of workers and former employees at UPMC today.
He grew up here, went to high school and then college here, but Billy Porter said he was never ready for what happened in his hometown today.
City council will vote Wednesday on a $25,000 settlement it will have to pay out to the strip club Blush.
Parking may be a headache in Pittsburgh, but a new bill could stop things from getting worse.
Pittsburgh City Councilman Patrick Dowd is resigning to head a non-profit designed to benefit children.
Cooperation with City Council continues to be a hot button issue in the Pittsburgh mayoral race with Jack Wagner putting Bill Peduto on the defensive about not cooperating with some members of council.
For the first time ever, Pittsburgh is a step closer to an ordinance that would govern valet parking procedures.
Whitehall is considering an ordinance that would crackdown on offensive odors from animals, as well as dogs that won’t quit barking.
It was a strong showing of support for Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Bill Peduto from elected officials, labor unions, and community leaders — what Peduto calls a new coalition for a new Pittsburgh.