Mayor Bill Peduto Sworn In For 2nd Term With Grand Plans For FuturePittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto will be sworn in for a second term Wednesday afternoon.
2017 Pittsburgh News Year In ReviewBefore we turn the calendar to 2018, let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in Pittsburgh over the past year.
City Installing New Playground Equipment For Kids Living With DisabilitiesPittsburgh is installing new equipment at 78 parks and playgrounds for children with disabilities.
Pittsburgh Mayor’s Chief Of Staff Announces ResignationThe chief of staff for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration has submitted his letter of resignation.
Large Korean Company, LG, Sends 45 Executives To Explore Possible Pittsburgh ConnectionsA delegation of LG executives is in Pittsburgh, exploring an enhanced relationship with the city, its universities, and high tech companies.
Peduto Submits Budget And Calls On Non-Profits To Ante UpMayor Bill Peduto submitted next year's $554 million operating budget to city council on Monday, and, no surprise, he hailed the balanced budgets of recent years.
Civic Arena Site Development Deal Could Include Live Music VenueIn addition to office, retail and housing space at the old Civic Arena site, an entertainment destination may be in the works under the revised deal to redevelop the space.
City, Penguins Announce Revised Deal For Civic Arena Site RedevelopmentThe City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Penguins have reached an agreement for the re-development of the old Civic Arena site.
New, Revised Agreement Could Soon Get Redevelopment Of Civic Arena Site UnderwayThe long-delayed redevelopment of the old Civic Arena site may finally be getting off the ground.
City Now Offering Full Gender Affirmation Benefits To EmployeesPittsburgh is now offering full gender affirmation benefits to all city employees.
Final Proposals Due: Pittsburgh Officials To Discuss Process Of Trying To Lure Amazon To TownThursday is the deadline for proposals from cities hoping to land Amazon's second headquarters, including Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Mayor 'Taking Knee' On Penguins' White House VisitPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he's skipping the Pittsburgh Penguins' Oct. 10 White House visit because of recent tweets by President Donald Trump.