Pittsburgh Region Leads In Job Loss In Latest Economic ReportsWe're so used to getting good economic news about this region that hearing some bad news is, well, disturbing.
Kennametal Scraps Plans For New World Headquarters In PittsburghEarthmovers have been razing the sprawling riverfront site in Hazelwood in anticipation of major new construction.
Wal-Mart To Shutter 269 Stores, 154 Of Them In The U.S.Wal-Mart is closing 269 stores, more than half of them in the U.S. and another big chunk in its challenging Brazilian market.
Identity Of Embalmed Head Found In Beaver Co. Still A MysteryA private burial service was held Saturday for the unidentified embalmed head found in the woods in Beaver County last year.
Burial Service Set For Embalmed Head Found In Beaver Co.A burial service is set a year after a woman's embalmed head was found in a wooded area in western Pennsylvania.
Santa's Grumpy Assistant To Visit Beaver Co. Museum For CelebrationA grumpy assistant for Santa Claus who keeps the naughty and nice books is going to be accepting visitors at a western Pennsylvania museum.
Governor Visits Tech Shop In Bakery Square To Promote ManufacturingIt's called the Tech Shop in Bakery Square -- and if that sounds familiar -- President Obama was there last June to celebrate people who make things.
St. Patrick's Day Means Millions Of Dollars In Spending GreenBetween green T-shirts, Irish food, decorations and green beer, many Americans will be spending some money today.
Giant Eagle Decides To Shutter Good Cents StoresAnother discount grocery store is chain is closing.
Pain At The Pump: Gas Prices Heading Back UpSomething this good couldn’t last forever.
Governor-Elect Wolf Talks Economic Growth, Other Issues During Pittsburgh VisitGovernor-elect Tom Wolf called a press conference in Pittsburgh Friday, in part, to sing the praises of his first Cabinet appointment from Allegheny County – Dennis Davin as secretary of Community & Economic Development.
Wolf's $1B Drilling Tax Prediction Might Be HighGov.-elect Tom Wolf might have been off the mark by hundreds of millions of dollars when he said during his campaign that a new severance tax on natural gas drillers would raise more than $1 billion, potentially complicating his bid to secure new funding for Pennsylvania schools and alleviate a severe budget shortfall.