Mayor Peduto Pushes To Rid City Pension Fund Of Fossil Fuels, Firearms MoneyMayor Bill Peduto wants money from fossil fuels and firearms to be kept out of the city's pension funds.
Young Republicans' Altered #WalkAway Social Media Post Angers Democratic Mayor's Chief AideA social media post by the Young Republicans of Allegheny County was an obvious joke, says chairwoman Anissa Coury.
Mayor Peduto Names Councilman Dan Gilman As New Chief Of StaffPittsburgh City Councilman Dan Gilman has been named as Mayor Bill Peduto’s new chief of staff.
‘City For All’ Agenda Aims To Make Pittsburgh More InclusiveA new agenda introduced by a Pittsburgh official Tuesday aims to make the city more welcoming and inclusive.
Olympic Gold Medalist Returns To Pittsburgh Alma MaterOakland Catholic High School is proud to be able to say that two of its alumnae won gold medals in the Olympic games in Rio last month.
Why Are Millennials Being Drawn To Pittsburgh?After years of Pittsburgh struggling to keep young people from moving away, comes very encouraging news.
Turning Sidewalks Into Stages: Busking Ordinance Proposed In MillvaleIf the ordinance passes tomorrow night, the borough of Millvale will be the first town in the commonwealth to implement a busking ordinance.
Democrats Focus On Uniting Ahead Of DNCIn sweltering heat, Democrats from across the nation arrived in Philadelphia on Sunday.
Pittsburgh To Begin Using 'Life-Saving' Smartphone AppThe city and county want to improve the area's life-saving abilities with a smartphone app.
Councilman Proposes Bill To Streamline Reimbursement For Tree Root DamageAs city trees get older, and as their roots shift, they can do significant damage to your sidewalk.
Council Members Introduce Legislation About PWSA Billing IssuesTwo Pittsburgh City Council members introduced legislation today involving the billing issues with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
Community Debates Future Of Historic Hunt Armory In ShadysideThere's debate over what to do with a huge historic building in the city that has a prime location.
Could City Parking Permits Be Going High-Tech?Residential parking permits within the City of Pittsburgh could soon go high-tech.
Green Solutions Seen For Dye Test MessPlenty of people around western Pennsylvania are staring down thousands of dollars’ worth of repairs, all because their downspouts are tied into the wrong system.
Councilman Challenging Lifetime Blood, Tissue Donation Ban On GaysPittsburgh City Council members are leading the charge to change an FDA policy they call "outdated" and downright, discrimination.