Critics are taking aim at Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan to bring billions of federal health care dollars into Pennsylvania.
At today’s Butler County Commissioners meeting there was more passion about plans to sell Sunnyview Nursing and Rehabilitation Home.
Under state law, current residents of nursing homes can not be displaced, even if the home has a new owner. But a proposal to sell the county home in Butler is making many people uneasy.
Jolly Rogers waving at PNC Park come in all shapes, colors and sizes. And so does the dashing garb of the devoted Pirates’ fan.
It’s a huge party and the summer kick off that tens of hundreds of Pittsburghers wait for every year.
After two fatal bicycle accidents, there are calls for major changes along a stretch of Penn Avenue to fix what bike advocates say is an unsafe roadway.
Gov. Tom Corbett unveiled his budget proposal today. He says he plans to spend an additional $600 million in the upcoming fiscal year.
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.
In a flash, dancers rush into a choreographed routine. Spectators click pictures on their cell phones. The object of Joey’s affection, Alex DeLoia, of Robinson, thought it was supposed to be a dinner date with friends.
The debate continues over a proposed new tax that would affect South Side residents.
Gov. Tom Corbett promised that he would not raise taxes when he campaigned to replace Ed Rendell in Harrisburg. For the second straight year, his budget keeps that promise, but it is not without some pain.
Love was in the air on Pittsburgh’s North Shore this holiday as Steelers’ fans gathered at Heinz Field for a rare Christmas Eve home game.
The breathtaking view from Mount Washington is a must see, especially for couples on a romantic stroll. But for Lindsay Loridas, the view in the direction of Heinz Field was more than spectacular on Friday night, it was life-changing.
More than three dozen members of the union representing Port Authority drivers and mechanics spent their morning rallying against a proposal to turn over two bus routes to a private operator.