Pittsburgh Mayor’s Chief Of Staff Announces ResignationThe chief of staff for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration has submitted his letter of resignation.
URA Checking Environmental Contamination On Civic Arena SiteConstruction work is ongoing at the Civic Arena site as new roads are built across the 28 acres.
Report: Unknown Number Of Downtown Security Cameras Aren't Operational; Audit PlannedThere are several surveillance and security cameras downtown, but not all of them are operational.
Mayor Says City Will Take Ownership Of Washington Blvd. Flood GatesPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto plans to address the failure of electronic warning gates that didn't keep motorists off a flooded road where four people died in flash floods in the same area five years ago.
Pa. Speaker Of The House Calls Poplawski’s Online Posts “Intolerable,” Lawmakers Promise ActionThe Stanton Heights man convicted of shooting and killing three Pittsburgh Police officers now appears to be looking online for female pen pals while he’s on death row.
Get Marty: Convicted Cop Killer’s Websites “Disturbing, Disgusting,” Mayor Vows To Get Them RemovedPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and his administration are vowing to use any legal means available to get a website and online profile, set up by a man convicted of fatally shooting three Pittsburgh Police officers, removed from the Internet.
North Shore Development Leaving Few Available ParcelsThe focus of a Monday meeting between Steelers executives and local officials at Heinz Field was development on the North Shore.
Luxury Apartment Boom Worries Longtime ResidentsSome fear a generation of Pittsburghers are being priced out of the neighborhoods they once called home.
Get Marty: Neighborhood Construction Leaves Gaping Holes In Bloomfield HomeA Bloomfield couple desperate to get the City of Pittsburgh to fix gaping holes in their home reached out to Get Marty.
Dozens Turn Out For Meeting About North Side ViolenceDozens of residents turned up at a meeting in Brighton Heights on a recent surge in violence on the North Side.
Thousands Expected To Attend St. Patrick's Day Parade DowntownThousands of people are expected to head to Downtown Pittsburgh this weekend for the annual Saint Patrick’s Day celebration.
VisitPittsburgh Funding On Hold, County Controller Wants Explanation Of "Undercover Boss" ContributionVisitPittsburgh won’t get nearly $700,000 in funding until it explains the $25,000 contribution to the show “Undercover Boss,” says Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner.