The Allegheny Regional …
The Allegheny Regional Asset District’s executive director — “the epitome of a public servant” — is moving on after two decades.See more
Starling Marte threw …
Starling Marte threw out a runner at home and made a fine diving catch in the ninth inning to preserve a Pirates win in Cincinnati.See more
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill …
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is pushing for affordable housing in a proposed redevelopment of an East Liberty apartment complex.See more
Steelers outside linebackers …
Steelers outside linebackers coach Joey Porter brings the same passion to teaching the game as he did to playing it.See more
Shadyside’s Roslyn Place …
Shadyside’s Roslyn Place is one of the country’s few remaining exposed-wood streets, and residents are working to secure it a historic designation.See more
2 wounded in Munhall, Homestead drive-by shootingsBy Michael Hasch 12:10 a.m.
Two people were shot and wounded Friday night in drive-by shootings a few blocks apart in Munhall and …
Marte’s 2 fine defensive plays rescue Pirates in victory over RedsBy Travis Sawchik 12:35 a.m.
CINCINNATI — The ball surely was going to fall to the left field turf. The …
Sen. Casey pushes for expansion of research into rare pediatric diseasesBy Ben Schmitt 12:31 a.m.
Adelyn Rinaldi is 2 months old and surviving in a hospital bed on enzyme therapy …
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- Allegheny Regional Asset District Executive Director Donahoe moving on after 2 decades 2:23 a.m.
- Allegheny RAD executive director moving on after 2 decades 12:31 a.m.
- Judge rules McCullough guilty of taking money from elderly woman’s estate
- Proposed 8-story apartment complex called too tall in North Side’s Garden Theater area 12:01 a.m.
Peduto pushes for affordable housing in East Liberty redevelopmentBy Bob Bauder 12:31 a.m.
Pittsburgh will use a small city park and a zoning-variance request as leverage to get a developer to include affordable housing in a proposed redevelopment of an East Liberty apartment …
- Judge denies former New Alexandria tree trimmer another chance 12:01 a.m.
- Heroin suspect out of Westmoreland County jail on $100K bond 12:01 a.m.
- Monessen home invasion ‘ringleader’ denied leniency 12:01 a.m.
- Ligonier Valley YMCA project in public phase 12:01 a.m.
- Gas meter struck, road temporarily closed near Armbrust Wesleyan Church 1:47 a.m.
Red Onion reunion possibly the last for Hempfield coal mining villageBy Joe Napsha 12:06 a.m.
For 38 years, current and former residents of Red Onion — the nickname for the Hempfield coal mining village of Haydenville — gathered to reminisce with family and friends. The …
- FirstEnergy to build coal waste processing facility in Beaver County 12:35 a.m.
- ATI to benefit from WTO ruling against China in steel case 12:44 a.m.
- $2-per-gallon gas expected by year’s end, but not in Western Pa.
- Trib 30 index slips in July; 29 percent drop makes ATI biggest loser 12:01 a.m.
- Weak earnings drag energy sector lower
Small business hangs on fate of Export-Import BankBy Chris Fleisher 12:44 a.m.
Some oil and gas projects being built in the Middle East and Asia could mean $100 million in revenue and dozens more jobs for Aquatech. CEO Venkee Sharma is confident …
- Photo gallery: Luke Bryan at First Niagara Pavilion 12:21 a.m.
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‘Church Basement Ladies’ return to Mountain Playhouse for new musical comedyBy Debbie Black
The comical church-basement ladies return Aug. 4 to 16 to Mountain Playhouse for “Church Basement Ladies IV, A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement.” “It’s going to be a lot of …
- At 63, Shadyside disc golfer expects to be champion again
- ‘The Free Store Truck’ converts one person’s trash into treasure
- You might want to keep rabbits out or run them off, but what works?
- Homework: Sister-city wallpapers blend unique designs; new Ikea catalog focuses on ‘Little Things’
Residents seek to shore up status of Shadyside’s rare exposed-wood streetBy Kate Benz
It isn’t often when a street functions as the center of attention. A place where people stop and stare, reach down and run their hands along the ground, make rubbings …
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- Passing the illegals buck
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Are the Turks all in?By Pat Buchanan
All through the Cold War, the Turks were among America’s most reliable allies. Early this century, under Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey seemed to be emerging as a major power, a land bridge between Europe and the Islamic world, a friend …