A Kittanning shelter …
A Kittanning shelter is renovating a home to create a safe place for children connected to criminal investigations to speak to police.See more
The Three Rivers …
The Three Rivers Arts Festival’s lineup of free concerts in June covers quite a few genres.See more
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According to a Quinnipiac University poll, Hillary Clinton’s email scandal has hurt her public image and trustworthiness.See more
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Right winger Patric Hornqvist’s net-front presence could be a valuable asset for the Penguins in the upcoming playoffs.See more
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A North Versailles couple faults a construction company hired for a bridge-replacement project for extensive damage to their property.See more
Pittsburgh diocese eliminates fees for marriage annulmentsBy Natasha Lindstrom 11:36 a.m.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is eliminating all fees for divorced church members seeking to annul their marriages, …
Starkey: Penguins’ season impressive so farBy Joe Starkey
It seems we’ve reached the point where a six-month, 82-game regular season means nothing around …
Connellsville Area students’ Mustache Clubs raise thousands for charity, researchBy Mark Hofmann
School students are using the power of upper-lip facial hair to raise awareness and money …
- Pittsburgh diocese eliminates fees for marriage annulments 11:36 a.m.
- Ferrante won’t get new trial or conviction overturned 11:48 a.m.
- None hurt in Duquesne house fire 12:16 p.m.
- Judge dismisses transgender man’s discrimination lawsuit against Pitt 11:22 a.m.
VA, police looking into suicide by veteran outside O’Hara facilityBy Adam Smeltz 11:54 a.m.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Allegheny County police are investigating the suicide of a military veteran at the VA campus in O’Hara. Michelle Langhorst, 31, of Plum died at 1:37 p.m. Monday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the …
- Identity of Route 30 suicide victim revealed 9:51 a.m.
- Youngwood aims to reduce amount that ends up in sewage treatment facility
- Request for documents delays Speedway hearing in Unity
- Westmoreland County tourism grants promote banana splits, breweries, trolley, railroad
- Donora-Monessen bridge ramps to stay open during construction
Latrobe ear-biting suspect loses bid for reduced bailBy Renatta Signorini
A request to reduce bail for a Latrobe man jailed on charges of biting off another man’s ear was denied by a judge Tuesday. Wesley David Kimmick, 23, has been held in the Westmoreland County Prison since February on $15,000 …
- Consol Energy files for IPO of coal spin-off 9:51 a.m.
- Pittsburgh region’s unemployment rate stays steady
- U.S. Steel considers temporary shutdown of Minn. plant
- Stocks of Pittsburgh-area companies set record in March
- Developer delays renovation plans for Northway Mall
Conventional gas, oil drillers seek rules differing from shale industry in PennsylvaniaBy David Conti
A cookie cutter won’t work when it comes to writing safety and environmental rules for shallow, conventional oil and gas drilling and the newer deep, horizontal fracking in Pennsylvania shale, …
- Singer Joni Mitchell hospitalized in Los Angeles
- Rolling Stones roll into Heinz Field June 20
- Actor: ‘Superstar’ at Greensburg’s Palace makes ‘perfect Easter journey’
- So Many Questions: Ben Jones, Animation Domination’s guru says cartoons help us laugh at ourselves 11:11 a.m.
- A&E notebook: Performance by Pittsburgh native Porter to air on WQED
- Review: Tango ensemble presents a night of witty, passionate dance theater
Big names highlight Three Rivers Arts Festival’s 2015 musical lineupBy Kellie B. Gormly 11:11 a.m.
With styles like bluegrass, jazz, country, folk, classical, boogie and soul, Pittsburgh’s summer is going to sound pretty good. Officials from the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival have announced …
- Wake up Easter feasts with twists & turns
- KitchenWise: Getting evenly roasted Brussels sprouts is all about space
- The Wine Cellar: Wine can enhance, balance the traditional dishes of Passover, Easter
- Shadyside jewelry designer undertakes project to aid artisans in Guatemala
- Oakmont club brings gardening inside at senior facility
- Neutral decor doesn’t have to be noncommittal
Don’t think of ‘fake news’ as a modern inventionBy Joe Wos
If you take your stories like your margaritas, with a grain of salt, I suggest you have both standing by for the tale of the world’s greatest liar: Joe Mulhatton. …
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- The bad policy of divestment 11:43 a.m.
- Harry Reid’s legacy of obstruction 11:43 a.m.
- Hit ‘delete’ on net neutrality
- Reform mass surveillance: Make the FISA court act like a real court
Gov. Wolf’s union ‘tab’By Matthew J. Brouillette
Gov. Tom Wolf’s first executive order banned gifts for executive-branch employees to eliminate conflicts of interest between those in power and anyone “seeking to obtain business from or has financial relations with the commonwealth.” The governor has also criticized “backroom …