City Of Pittsburgh
On Hobart Street in Squirrel Hill, parking is hard to come by, but some lucky ones have a driveway that allows residents to get their car off the street.
It sounds absurd: tickets and warning letters for parking in your own driveway.
The job can be dangerous and difficult for sure, but you might be surprised to find out that of the city’s top 100 paid employees last year, more than half were firefighters, each making more than $115,000.
With the temperature set to soar into the mid-80s on Wednesday, Pittsburgh is opening four cooling centers to the public.
There are more ripple effects of a winning season in PNC Park than in the Point State Park Fountain.
Should city employees be residents of Pittsburgh, or should the city be free to hire the most qualified public employees no matter where they live?
If you don’t have air conditioning, Pittsburgh has cooling centers open to the public.
The heat and humidity didn’t stop some kids from working out in the garden today. The children took part in an event to promote healthy eating and exercise.
Amid the strains of “America the Beautiful,” 26 police recruits marched into the graduation ceremony ready to embark on a career to protect and serve.
The last time the public saw Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl was on May 9 at a police promotions ceremony. He refused to talk to reporters then, but he had no choice today.
Political insiders who work at City Hall say recent video of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl at work at City Hall is becoming a rare sight.
There is no shortage of excitement for Pittsburgh sports fans.
During the campaign, the two seemed inseparable — Rich Fitzgerald and Bill Peduto — politically attached at the hips.
The City of Pittsburgh’s fight with UPMC over its tax-exempt status has jumped into the national spotlight.
Pittsburgh has finally stemmed its long-running population slide – but it was close.