Chatham University officials held a meeting Wednesday night to discuss the possibility of going co-ed.
They are normally on the front lines fighting the winter storms, but Public Works crews are threatening to hit the picket lines instead.
“It was emotional,” Pittsburgh’s mayor-elect Bill Peduto told KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Monday afternoon.
In a 9 to 0 vote tonight, the Baldwin-Whitehall School Board tonight decided to eliminate the job of Assistant to the Superintendent.
Just days after a shooting injured three students, changes are coming to Brashear High School.
Lawmakers and Homewood residents came together Wednesday night for a community meeting to try and find a way to stop the violence.
The commissioners of a western Pennsylvania bedroom community have rejected a push by some residents to allow them to raise small flocks of chickens in the backyards of their suburban lots.
Activists, politicians, and top law enforcement spent three-hours behind closed doors talking about improving relationships between residents and Pittsburgh police, primarily in the city’s zone 5 neighborhoods.
Fairless Elementary School in North Braddock could be on the chopping block come June 12 if the Woodland Hills School District votes to close it.
At the Beaver County Commissioner’s meeting there were tears from those with loved ones at Friendship Ridge nursing home.
It’s a budget battle with parents on one side, administrators on the other and several hundred elementary students in the middle. The North Allegheny School District wants to close their school to save money.
Pittsburgh’s Independent Citizen Police Review Board is set to meet this evening. They are expected to discuss two recent incidents involving police officers’ actions that are being reviewed.
More than 100 people packed a school board meeting Monday night, pleading with members to reconsider controversial staff cuts.
Apollo Borough Council met Thursday night to discuss the future of their suspended police chief for the first time.
Frustrated homeowners are continuing to voice their many concerns today about the recent property reassessments.