Reviewing use of …
Reviewing use of force policies, Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay says not much needs changed.See more
There’s no indication …
There’s no indication of a terrorist plot to attack the U.S. during the holidays, President Barack Obama said today.See more
Penguins winger David …
Penguins winger David Perron, who ended last season and began the current one mired in a scoring slump, is showing signs of breaking out.See more
Those with nowhere …
Those with nowhere to go on Thanksgiving can find friendship and home cooking at a Ford City bar’s free meal.See more
Jo Szwarc has …
Jo Szwarc has missed fewer than 20 Steelers home games in nearly 70 years and never leaves her seat during the game.See more
Committee says Senate should consider removing Attorney General KaneBy Brad Bumsted 3:03 p.m.
HARRISBURG — A special Senate committee Wednesday recommended the full Senate consider removing Pennsylvania’s attorney general, who faces …
Steelers kicker Boswell puts best foot forwardBy Mark Kaboly
Chris Boswell is a true minimalist when it comes to kicking field goals. He breathes, …
For some, pathway to Thanksgiving often bumpyBy Rick Bruni Jr. 12:02 p.m.
As Mid-Mon Valley residents gather to count their blessings this Thanksgiving, three of them will …
- Maryland man found with missing Ohio girl in Pittsburgh motel 3:03 p.m.
- Derailment impacting Amtrak service eastbound from Pittsburgh 2:33 p.m.
- Police find marijuana grow rooms in Castle Shannon
- Buffalo man killed by truck in the West End Circle wanted ‘a fresh start’ 3:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh police chief reviewing use of force policies: Most ‘quite satisfactory’By Megan Guza 3:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay said Wednesday he has so far had to change little during his review of the bureau’s use of force policies, and the policies’ deference to …
- Witnesses recount Franklin Regional stabbing
- Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County, Youngwood discuss sewage system sale
- Hempfield man fights off intruders
- Youngwood officials defend rules for rentals 1:02 p.m.
- H&M to open in Westmoreland Mall
Greensburg still fighting waterlogged Lynch Field, may add drainageBy Jacob Tierney
Greensburg is considering adding drainage to the often-waterlogged Lynch Field, whose grass was ruined by heavy spring rains and had to be replanted at a cost of $3,000 to the …
- Union leaders warn Post-Gazette newsroom of possible layoffs
- Terror threat doesn’t keep Pittsburgh International travelers down
- North Shore parking garage plan moves forward in Pittsburgh
- H&M to open in Westmoreland Mall
- Self-driving vehicles closer to getting green light as feds ease stance
Covestro leader MacCleary finds stability amid changeBy Alex Nixon
Jerry MacCleary has commuted to the same office complex in Robinson during his 37-year career in the plastics industry even though he has worked for four different companies. He managed …
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- Christmas comes to Westmoreland County in many ways
- Journey, Josh Groban shows set for First Niagara Pavilion
Review: Quantum’s ‘Chickens’ raises risk-reward anteBy Alice T. Carter
According to playwright Paul Kruse, individual chickens are not nearly as successful on their own as they are when they are part of a flock. After seeing Quantum Theatre’s production …
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11 more artist-designed bike racks from Cultural Trust line Pittsburgh streetsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Time spent riding bicycles with his sons was Brett Yasko’s inspiration. Yasko, of Squirrel Hill, created a bike rack with the words, “I want to ride my bicycle. I want …
- Free speech for me — & for thee
- Answering the ISIS threat
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- Stop the bleeding
Will Europe man up?By Pat Buchanan
If the purpose of terrorism is to terrify, ISIS had an extraordinary week. Brussels, capital of the EU and command post of mighty NATO, is still in panic and lockdown. “In Brussels, fear of attack lingers” was Monday’s headline over …