Pittsburgh Public Schools is hoping to raise extra money by selling hundreds of items online.
Powerball officials say the jackpot has climbed to an estimated $600 million, making it the largest prize in the game’s history and the world’s second largest lottery prize.
An online auction by the Pens fetched more than $50,000 for the One Fund Boston fund.
Clairton may be a “Third Class City,” but the Clairton “Bears” football team is class A all the way.
Two Indiana County men are facing charges after they stole thousands of dollars from their employer.
Author of “Down the Up Escalator: How the 99% Live in the Great Recession” Barbara Garson knows how most individuals are coping with huge economic challenges in this generation.
Chances are you’ve got old United State Savings Bonds lying around from when you were born, baptized, or even when you graduated from high school.
Some 75,000 customers could be due about $1.4 million dollars due to a settlement by Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania.
What America saw in the wake of the terrorist attack in Boston is burned into our collective consciousness. Thoughts quickly turned into how can we help? Included in that group, people whose life’s work it is to help people – the City of Pittsburgh’s paramedics.
A Pittsburgh woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury for embezzling more than $129,000 from a bank.
There will be more attention on security at Pittsburgh’s upcoming marathon after the tragedy in Boston. But, who will pay for all that extra security?
The Richard King Mellon Foundation has given $37 million to two western Pennsylvania universities.
Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith, the chair of the city’s public safety committee, is teaming up with Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Michael Huss to propose police policy changes.
Federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh say a woman collected $180,216 worth of Social Security benefits meant for her father – for nearly 23 years after he died.
The police force now has two less officers per day.