Mayor Bill Peduto

Mayor, County Executive Volunteer At Shelter During Cold EveningsMayor Bill Peduto and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald helped serve warm dinners at a local shelter on a cold Wednesday.
Court Restores Mandate That Police Live Within PittsburghA divided Pennsylvania appeals court is restoring a requirement that Pittsburgh police officers live within the city limits.
Pittsburgh Council Votes to Decriminalize Marijuana, HashThe Pittsburgh City Council has voted to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana or hashish, a bill Mayor Bill Peduto says he'll sign.
Pittsburgh Leading The Way With New Educational ProgramFor years, students have had to choose either the college track or the job track, but with advances in educational programs, they can now have the best of both worlds.
Mayor Peduto: ‘Donald Trump Not Banned From Pittsburgh’Rather than ban Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he’d invite Trump for a visit.
Pittsburgh Mayor's Travels Exceed All PredecessorsBill Peduto is the most traveled mayor Pittsburgh has ever seen.
New Guide Released To Help Pittsburgh EntrepreneursAt a Small Business Saturday event, Mayor Bill Peduto announced a new tool for Pittsburgh entrepreneurs.
Local Religious Leaders Offer Sanctuary To Syrian RefugeesAn organization that represents thousands of congregations in the Pittsburgh area has come out in a proposal by Mayor Bill Peduto to bring Syrian refugees to Pittsburgh.
Bronze Plaque Honoring Fallen Soldiers Unveiled At City-County BuildingThe City-County Building now has a bronze plaque honoring soldiers from Allegheny County who were killed in action during the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East. The plaque was unveiled at a ceremony Saturday morning.
Mayor's Security Increased Due To Social Media ResponsesThere's a big debate over whether to allow Syrian refugees into America because one of the terrorists in Paris may have posed as one to get into Europe.
Wolf Says Pennsylvania Will Accept Syrian RefugeesGov. Tom Wolf says his administration will continue working with the federal government to resettle Syrian refugees in Pennsylvania following the Paris terrorist attacks.
Pittsburgh Police Bureau Set To Welcome First Transgender OfficerAn officer in training is poised to make history by becoming the first transgender officer in the Pittsburgh Police Bureau.

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