Thousands of flights …
Thousands of flights have been canceled and travel is treacherous across the East Coast, with Western Pa. feeling plenty of ripples.See more
He hasn’t been …
He hasn’t been in office for a week yet, but Gov. Tom Wolf is already being sued by the Senate GOP for firing the state’s Open Records Office director.See more
South Hills communities …
South Hills communities turned out to honor Joey Fabus, the 8-year-old boy who became an honorary cop before he succumbed to cancer.See more
Debuted during Sunday’s …
Debuted during Sunday’s All-Star Game, tracking chips in pucks and jerseys could change the way NHL games are viewed and analyzed.See more
A group of …
A group of candidates vying for the three open seats on the state Supreme Court stressed the need for accountability on Sunday.See more
Christian day camp in Somerset County sued over sexual assaultBy Adam Brandolph 10:18 p.m.
Officials at a Christian-themed day camp in Somerset County allowed a counselor with a history of sexual abuse …
- Penn Hills superintendent resigns 10:09 p.m.
Crosby banned from Jets game because he missed All-Star GameBy Josh Yohe 10:12 p.m.
Head coach Mike Johnston didn’t even know about the policy. Neither did right wing Craig …
- LeBeau won’t join Cardinals coaching staff 10:14 p.m.
Bloomfield bookstore owner bucks naysayersBy Rege Behe
When Lesley Rains decided to become a bookseller in 2011, she was bucking a few …
- Penn Hills superintendent resigns 10:09 p.m.
- Mt. Lebanon board awards contract to trap, euthanize deer 9:36 p.m.
- Three arrested in armed robbery in Lawrenceville 9:42 p.m.
- Hillview Street in Overbrook to be closed until Feb. 9 7:15 p.m.
Funeral for Joey Fabus, honorary Bethel Park police officer, draws crowdBy Matthew Santoni 10:18 p.m.
Joey Fabus’ father, David, laid the little blue police cap from Joey’s uniform atop the casket at his funeral Monday in St. Bernard Parish in Mt. Lebanon. Joey, 8, was …
- New Year’s Eve sales set LCB record 9:42 p.m.
- Westmoreland County adds 5 caseworker positions as child abuse cases increase
- Murrysville Atria’s damaged by fire
- Youngwood officials to submit drawings to state agency that orders playground work stoppage
- PennDOT has to complete acquisition of 4 parcels, take down trees for New Stanton interchange on I-70
Delmont man blogs about industrial history of region, exploring long-cold coke ovensBy Mary Pickels
Crunching a quarter-mile across an abandoned, snow-covered stretch of Pennsylvania Railroad tracks near Armbrust, Mike Mance led visitors to the former Hester Coke Works. The dozens of long-cold beehive ovens …
- U.S. Steel warns it may lay off almost 2,000 workers in Alabama, Texas 8:54 p.m.
- Drops in gasoline prices won’t likely last, analysts say 9:42 p.m.
- Energy-saving tactics pay off in Green Workplace Challenge
- Energy Spotlight: Adam Pope
- Grandview development plan inches ahead in Mt. Washington
Energy companies vie for experienced workers with skills in high demandBy Katelyn Ferral
Specialized, experienced engineers are becoming a tough get in Western Pennsylvania as the gas drilling industry outpaces the growth of an experienced talent pool. Stock awards, sign-on bonuses, unlimited vacation …
- Film review: ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ draws heartfelt laughs, tears 9:12 p.m.
- Romero’s son plans ‘Living Dead’ origins story 9:13 p.m.
- Bloomfield bookstore owner bucks naysayers
- Review: ‘Rodelinda’ a big success for Pittsburgh Opera
Pittsburgh-set ‘Me and Earl’ big at Sundance, gets distribution dealBy Variety.com
Fox Searchlight has landed the Pittsburgh-based movie “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.” The dramedy about a Squirrel Hill high-school student who is basically strong-armed by his mother into …
- Highlands Prom Fashion Show is charity fundraiser
- Auction watch: Internet-only auction includes estate-sale bounty
- Pittsburgh Film Office warms up with pre-Oscar party
- Friday Evening Music Club hosts student recital in Greensburg
Western Pa. farm markets keep customers coming, even though nothing’s growingBy Alice T. Carter 9:08 p.m.
For most of the year, farm markets have no problem attracting customers. Pots of brightly colored annuals, ears of corn and red tomatoes fresh from the field, Halloween pumpkins and …
- State of the Union gives false hope to entry-level employees 9:38 p.m.
- Adding more fuel to racial fire
- Islam has been hijacked by Wahhabism
- Jews, outnumbered by Muslims, suffer under mob rule
- Rogue states feel the oil pinch
Pittsburgh schools that workBy Esther L. Bush & Jonathan Cetel 9:38 p.m.
Although it remains plagued by a racial divide that leads to disparate outcomes for its young people, Pittsburgh is a resilient city filled with little gems that undermine the myth that race and poverty are overwhelming barriers to success. One …