First there’s the St. Patrick’s Day parade through the streets of downtown.
It’s a certain sign of spring: the arrival of the Home and Garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
You may already know that the first Mayor of Pittsburgh, Ebenezer Denny, was an Irishman.
Despite flooding concerns in many areas, the Mon Wharf will be open Monday.
Police are on the scene after a Port Authority bus crashed into a wall downtown.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto took a tour Wednesday of some of the places a so-called BRT, or Bus Rapid Transit line, could run in Pittsburgh.
It’s the New Year and, as always, I’m sure many will resolve to eat healthier.
Crews were busy this morning in downtown Pittsburgh, cleaning up an icy water main break.
Two Pitt grad students – Quanisha Miller, of Chester, Pa. and Tyisha Williams, of Greenwood, S.C., were on a mission Monday night.
Bill Peduto is set to take the oath as Pittsburgh’s 60th mayor and a big change was also made this morning to City Council.
The cold and snowy weather forced the mayor’s inauguration to move inside.
It’s about to be one of my favorite times of year: Restaurant Week!
Mayor-Elect Bill Peduto showed up at the City-County Building with a bucket and bible.
As the city prepares for the swearing in of the city’s next mayor, Bill Peduto, officials warn there will be many street closures.
There’s always something new when “First Night Pittsburgh” kicks off the new year.