PNC Executive Honored With Street Named After HimPittsburgh has always honored its great citizens.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Working To Restore Schenley Park’s Westinghouse MemorialIf you've ever been to Schenley Park, you have likely walked by the Westinghouse Memorial, but over the years it has fallen into disrepair.
Lawmakers Trying To Waive Background Check Fees For First RespondersWhen Pennsylvania lawmakers passed changes to the state child abuse laws, they never intended for it to place a new financial burden on first responders.
Crossing Guard Of 27 Years Never Misses A Day Of Work, Not Even For CancerFriends, coworkers and Wilkinsburg Borough leaders honored a special employee today for 27 years of service.
Local Mail Carriers Join The U.S. Postal Service’s Million Mile ClubYou may know your local mail carrier by name. Some have driven their route for years. But in Monroeville, a group of seasoned professionals joined a very elite club Thursday.
Santorum To Announce He Will Run For Republican Presidential NominationNext Wednesday, former Pa. Sen. Rick Santorum is expected to announce he is again running for the Republican presidential nomination.
City Council, Classic Events Honor 16 Living LegendsIn celebration of Black History Month, Pittsburgh City Council and the Classics Events marketing group honored more than a dozen people who have made a difference in the community.
Santorum: Future Of Energy Industry In Southwestern Pa. May Be In JeopardyThe future of the energy industry in southwestern Pennsylvania could be in jeopardy, according to former Sen. Rick Santorum from Pennsylvania.
12-Year-Old Girl Survives After Being Sucked Into DrainpipeA 12-year-old girl is home from the hospital after being swept several hundred yards through a flooded drainpipe is Schuylkill County.
Baby Zebras Get Special Training At Pittsburgh Zoo The Pittsburgh Zoo is preparing to debut two 1-year-old baby zebras, which came from a breeder in Pennsylvania.
Slots Revenue Down Statewide For 5th Straight MonthIt's a day for celebrating at The Meadows. It’s the opening of a new dining attraction, The Carvery.”
Inventor Celebrates, Reflects On World Wide Web’s 25th AnniversaryOn March 12, 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee changed the world.