Six years ago, Ed Gainey, an aide to Mayor Ravenstahl, came within 94 votes of defeating long-time incumbent State Representative Joe Preston. Now he’s back for another try, and Gainey has sharpened the rhetoric against his adversary, saying Preston condoned the use of forged signatures to get on the ballot.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl filled the air chair for Marty Griffin and talked about western Pennsylvania getting the ethane Cracker Plant.
As 2012 begins, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl knows his political future is on the line. The Democratic primary is still 16 months away, but he expects multiple opponents.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl wants to help seniors in our area who may have trouble shoveling show this winter. Applicants must be 60 years or older or have a physical disability and have little access to […]
As Mayor Luke Ravenstahl reaches his fifth anniversary as mayor, residents in the city of Pittsburgh give him low marks for job performance. That’s according to Civic Science Inc., a local high-tech market research firm using software technology developed at Carnegie Mellon University.
The city of Pittsburgh has apparently found $6 million to pave streets.