Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald Calls For Voting By Mail For June PrimaryAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is calling for the upcoming June primary to be conducted by mail-in voting.
Coronavirus Closures: Allegheny County Businesses Urged To CloseNew regulations that go into effect Monday will impact tens of thousands of people -- especially for those who live or work in Allegheny County.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, 10 Council Members Sworn InAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is being sworn in to office for a historic third term.
Former VP Biden Makes Surprise Stop At Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald's Re-Election CelebrationSupporters of newly-reelected Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald welcomed a surprise visitor to his victory party Tuesday night on the South Side.
Former Allegheny County Elections Director Dies At 65Former Allegheny County Elections Director Mark Wolosik has died
Most Incumbents Win Renomination, But At Least Three Upset By NewcomersSome of the biggest names like Rich Fitzgerald and Chelsa Wagner were all alone on the ballot.
County Executive Says 'Trump Administration, EPA Are Making Allegheny Co. Residents Pay More For Gas'Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is blaming the Environmental Protection Agency for the county's higher gas prices.
Officials: No Existing Tax Dollars Offered To Amazon In HQ2 BidLocal leaders have unveiled the details of the bid to bring Amazon's HQ2 to Pittsburgh.
Allegheny Co. Executive Declares 'Disaster Emergency' Due To Wet Weather ImpactsAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has declared a “disaster emergency” due to the continuing devastating effects of the snow and rain we’ve gotten this winter and spring.
Pittsburgh Among Final 20 Cities In Chase For Amazon’s HQ2Amazon has narrowed its list of cities for a second headquarters to 20, including New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Austin, Atlanta and Miami.
Officials Meet With Veterans To Help Raise LIHEAP AwarenessA luncheon was held on Tuesday morning to help raise awareness about Pennsylvania’s low-income heating assistance program, or LIHEAP.