A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Wednesday afternoon to signal the reopening for the newly rehabbed Lower McArdle Bridge.
On Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police will promote Zone 2 Commander George Trosky to assistant chief of investigations. One of the mistakes in Commander Trosky’s past includes being caught on tape punching a concert-goer outside the old Civic Arena more than 20 years ago.
More economic development is coming to the east end of Pittsburgh. Walnut Capital, the developer that converted the old Nabisco Bakery on Penn Avenue into Bakery Square, is planning to expand across the street.
Last week on the North Shore, city officials cut the ribbon on a new meter-less parking system. Now some worry the Pittsburgh Parking Authority will use it to expand paid parking along streets in the Strip District, Oakland, Downtown and South Side.
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl said 133 city employees lost more than 2,000 pounds combined at a celebration at the City County Building. Weight Watchers teamed up employees’ CityFit program in April of last year. The diet and exercise program has paid off.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Pittsburgh Parking Authority officials cut the ribbon on Pittsburgh’s newest parking meter system, now on the North Shore around PNC Park.
It was stretch limos, bright lights and plenty of excitement for the Pittsburgh premiere of the new Batman movie “The Dark Knight Rises.” Invited guests got a sneak peek of the film at the Byham Theater in downtown Pittsburgh Tuesday evening.
Tuesday was a big day for Lawrenceville as officials broke ground for a new apartment complex.
One of the rites of passage for young people is getting their first summer job. A city program is making it possible for hundreds of kids to learn workplace skills and get paid for it.
The Strip District, already a popular destination, could get another resurgence if land along the Allegheny River between 17th and 21st Streets becomes a 750-unit apartment complex, as proposed by the Buncher Company.
Pittsburgh City Councilman Patrick Dowd has put a temporary hold on the extension of several tax incentives used to encourage the development of residential and commercial property in the city.
Could the city’s newest skyscraper replace this building across from Macy’s between Fifth & Forbes on Smithfield? Well, maybe.
The fountain at Point State Park is as much a part of the imagery of the Golden Triangle as Fifth Avenue Place, PPG Place or the U.S. Steel Tower and for three years it’s been silent.
A city employee used $10,000 worth of city taxpayer money to buy chainsaws and weed whackers then reported them stolen. His boss, City Councilman Bruce Kraus fired him Thursday.
Last week, Governor Tom Corbett seemed to draw a hard line against any state money to restore major service cuts made by the Port Authority Transit. Basically, Corbett said it was up to the transit union to work with management to cut costs. This week, the governor has softened his tone.
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