There’s something about dinosaurs that excite young and old alike, including Dippy the Dinosaur that stands outside the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
The late County Councilwoman Barbara Daly Danko of Regent Square was a fighter for her causes, like opposing posting the motto ‘In God We Trust’ in council chambers because it was offensive to some.
Whole Foods is a popular high-end grocery store that prides itself on healthy, organic food.
Consumers could be losing money because they are not using the Public Utility Commission’s Pennsylvania Power Switch website to search for cheaper suppliers of electricity.
Plum Borough officials have confirmed that two senior municipal officials have been put on paid administrative leave.
With a string of 80-degree days ahead, chances are good your air conditioner will get lots of use.
Painters were touching up facades while workers laid new asphalt and double-checked roller coasters.
A new customer survey by J.D. Power finds five local banks closely ranked in customer satisfaction.
Legalizing medical marijuana — the issue stirs emotion, as members of the state House Health and Judiciary Committees discovered at a hearing in Pittsburgh.
Western Pennsylvanians are used to school strikes, but usually with teachers at the beginning of the school year.
It’s called Workers’ Memorial Day, and on Tuesday morning a crowd assembled to commemorate the lives of those who have lost their lives on the job.
It’s called revenge porn — graphic pictures posted online by angry ex’s for everyone to see.
When students showed up to class at the Everest Institute in downtown Pittsburgh, the doors were still open.
Frank Mazzotta who owns Adrian’s Pizza in Richland has been making wine since he was a kid.
Since Hartley King bought his first restaurant in North Versailles in 1966, his Kings Restaurant chain has become a family fixture in this area.`