Mayor Bill Peduto
In a moment of unrestrained joy, a girl named Jasmine who is living with a disability gets an adaptive bike that she can ride.
The Allegheny County District Attorney’s office tells KDKA, it has made certain inquiries concerning the payments of gifts to city employees on Mayor Bill Peduto’s “Undercover Boss” appearance.
The Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office says it may have been illegal for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto to give money to city employees on the show, “Undercover Boss.”
VisitPittsburgh Funding On Hold, County Controller Wants Explanation Of “Undercover Boss” Contribution
VisitPittsburgh 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.
It’s a sprawling expanse of riverfront land stretching a mile and half along the Hazelwood flats.
A memorandum from Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay criticizing unauthorized leaks to the public that “add credibility to our critics” brought a strong response from the Fraternal Order of Police.
The identity of one of the organizations that gave money to Pittsburgh’s mayor for his appearance on “Undercover Boss” is now known.
The pain French citizens are feeling after multiple terrorist attacks this week is also being felt locally.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto took to national television news to defend Police Chief Cameron McLay who is under fire for a controversial photo.
On the CBS reality show “Undercover Boss,” Mayor Bill Peduto handed out $155,000 to city employees he encountered when he went undercover.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto was featured on Sunday’s episode of “Undercover Boss.”
Bill Peduto, you know him as the mayor of the City of Pittsburgh. But he’s also got an alter ego named Ed.
It’s a new kind of administration, with strange new titles.
If you live or do business in the City of Pittsburgh, start preparing to dig a little deeper because you’ll be paying more to do either next year.
A proposal on the table for Pittsburgh City Council would raise city real estate millage by a half mill, which would cost the owner of a $100,000 home an extra $42 a year.