Hospitals Offer Big Bonuses, Free Housing And Tuition To Recruit NursesHospitals and other medical facilities are getting so desperate to recruit and retain nurses they're offering all sorts of pricey perks and incentives.
City Affordable Housing Plan Raises Hopes, QuestionsPittsburgh City Council appears ready to approve a tax on home sales which supporters say would make housing more affordable, but critics say it will do just the opposite.
Fire Extinguisher 101: Fire Chief Says Keep Device In Plain View, Act Quickly, Remember To 'PASS'Experts agree all homes should have at least two fire extinguishers, but does yours work and do you even know how to use it?
Developer Teams With Amazon To Redevelop Old Kaufmann's Building Into High-Tech, Luxury ApartmentsIf you want to live in an apartment of the future, you may have a chance in a revamped building from Pittsburgh's past.
Increase In Asian Population Is Changing Region Culturally, EconomicallyOn the campuses of Carnegie Mellon and Pitt, on the streets of Squirrel Hill and throughout the city and Allegheny County, people from China and Taiwan are discovering Pittsburgh as a place to study and work.
Experts Say Pittsburgh Housing Market Would Benefit Most From Becoming Amazon’s HQ2Why the experts say Pittsburgh is the housing market that would benefit most from becoming Amazon's second headquarters.
Prime Real Estate: Amazon Looks For 2nd HeadquartersAmazon said Thursday that it will spend more than $5 billion to build another headquarters in North America.
A Millennial's Guide To MovingIf you're feeling overwhelmed by an upcoming move, check out our handy guide for helping get you prepared and keeping your stress level down.
Tiny House Village Being Built For Veterans In NeedPlans are in the works to build a tiny house village for veterans who have had a tough time transitioning back to society.
Former Steel Mill To Be Restored For Commerce, HousingThe old rusty hulk of a J&L steel mill in Hazelwood was the object of Gov. Tom Wolf's latest visit to Pittsburgh.
Luxury Condo Project Downtown Could Mean More Parking For The PublicParking is a premium in downtown Pittsburgh, but more spaces could depend on new luxury condominiums at Ninth and Penn.
Council Considering Raising Realty Transfer Tax To Fund Low-Income HousingCity councilmen want to raise Pittsburgh's realty transfer tax to fund the city's Housing Opportunity Fund to help low-income residents.