In Homewood, on North Homewood Avenue, stands a small bakery store that has been serving the community for more than 35 years.
A wave of counterfeit money is showing up at some local businesses, and one community has been especially hard hit by the bogus bills.
U.S. Steel’s Edgar Thomson Works has been belching smoke in Braddock for years.
Tired of overcrowded malls, big box chain stores and Black Friday hype?
Not long ago Black Friday was the kick-off to Christmas holiday shopping with a crush of people as stores opened at dawn.
The former Federal Reserve Bank building downtown Pittsburgh will be turned into a hotel.
Consol Energy — formerly Consolidation Coal Company — is getting out of the domestic coal business, at least in West Virginia.
The 40-foot-tall rubber duck that’s been hanging around Downtown Pittsburgh is bringing both people and money into the city.
FirstEnergy says it will close two coal-fired power plants in southwestern Pennsylvania as scheduled next week with no expectations that they will be sold or reopened under stricter environmental regulations.
The saying is “clothes make the man,” but in Pittsburgh with sports and the playoffs, clothes make the fan.
Could a vacant building on Smithfield Street, that once was the glamorous home of the sparkle and shine of a Saks Fifth Avenue, soon be home to milk, eggs and “do you have your advantage card?”
Saturday morning, Andrew Fillipponi had the chance to talk to two special guests who will be part of the Grand Opening Party of the all-new Penthouse Club Saturday night, Sept. 14.
Hundreds showed up to taste a little bit of the ‘Burgh at Heinz History Center’s Hometown-Homegrown event.
Pittsburghers wanting to tour the city or have a ride during a trip to the bars on the North Shore can do so in a unique way.
On the rain-slickened pavement of North Shore Driver, a big cat rolled toward the main entrance to Lot 2 today.