Now that Christmas is over, you probably got something that you just can’t keep.
There’s something about the Strip District on Christmas Eve that makes thousands of people want to sing and shop, but it’s mostly about the food and tradition.
On the CBS reality show “Undercover Boss,” Mayor Bill Peduto handed out $155,000 to city employees he encountered when he went undercover.
The Salvation Army says they are well-behind their fundraising goal for the holiday season.
Most of the nation knows him as Marty, the tree cutter.
Bill Peduto, you know him as the mayor of the City of Pittsburgh. But he’s also got an alter ego named Ed.
At the Marines’ Toys for Tots distribution center in the Strip District on Friday, hundreds showed up to get toys for their children and grandchildren.
When President Obama addressed the nation with word that he was going to normalize relations with Cuba, one local woman was watching intently.
It’s called the Pittsburgh Crèche, and it has attracted thousands of visitors since its dedication 15 years ago.
Surrounded by supporters, former Allegheny County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty announced a comeback try for his old office.
Pittsburgh’s City Council approved Mayor Bill Peduto’s new $516.6 million budget Monday.
When Eugene Askey showed up at the District Magistrate’s office in Jeannette for a preliminary hearing on one scam, Westmoreland County detectives were waiting to arrest and charge him with scamming five more residents from May to October of this year.
Have you ever thought about sending a memento to the moon? If you have, a local company says it can make it happen for you.
A controversy is brewing in Butler County where residents want to honor fallen military members like other communities do.
The corner at Forbes and Wood, Downtown, was once home to a Stouffer’s restaurant and later a McDonald’s.