It seems Gov. Tom Corbett hardly ever comes to town with an empty hand.
Old Economy Village in Ambridge allows you to peek back in time.
The U.S. Justice Department is giving Pittsburgh a $1.875 million grant to hire 15 new police officers, which the city plans to assign to its highest crime neighborhoods.
The city’s federal prosecutor is set to announce a $3 million grant that will enable Pittsburgh Public Schools to study and combat violence.
The temperatures are turning cooler and people will be firing up the furnaces soon. However, some in our area can’t afford that basic utility.
For the first time since 1972, there are no firefighters stationed at the Eastern Derry Township Volunteer Fire Department in Westmoreland County.
Teacher evaluations are at the center of billionaire Bill Gates’ effort to improve public education in America.
Mayor Bill Peduto proudly announced Tuesday that Pittsburgh was selected as one of only eight cities in the country to receive funding to reduce the number of uninsured children.
Mayor Bill Peduto says he’s asking the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for more time to save a $40 million grant for Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Four years ago, amid great excitement, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded Pittsburgh Public Schools an extraordinary grant — $40 million to become a national model of improving teaching in the classroom.
Friday, former Steeler Jerome Bettis had students and teachers cheering when he visited Woodland Hills High School.
Lutual Love got a $35,000 grant from the Heinz Endowment to run an anti-bullying program at Mifflin Elementary in Lincoln Place but he had his doubters from the beginning.
Is Frick Park your favorite park?
It’s a sad day for some folks downtown who eat at the Primanti Bros. on Cherry Way.
Pittsburgh will soon have over a dozen new police officers. The city just received a federal grant to hire 13 cops, but not everyone will be able to apply for the jobs.