Regardless of what …
Regardless of what the salary cap will be for next season, the Steelers will have more money to use in free agency than any time in recent memory.See more
Prompted by a …
Prompted by a Feb. 7 shooting, Monroeville Mall on Friday implemented a youth escort policy that “went very well, very smoothly.”See more
As he prepares …
As he prepares for the final year of his career, pitcher A.J. Burnett has but one gift on his wish list: The gift of playing in baseball’s postseason.See more
The Society for …
The Society for Contemporary Craft’s biennial exhibit, “Bridge 23,” spotlights the powerful work being produced by contemporary artists.See more
Men are seeking …
Men are seeking out spots from salons to clothing and accessories boutiques to food and drink choices that cater to them.See more
Protesters demonstrate against Mt. Lebanon deer culling programBy Adam Smeltz 6:39 p.m.
About 30 demonstrators carrying signs rallied Saturday afternoon along Connor Road in Mt. Lebanon, trying …
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Burnett’s farewell tour wishlist has just 1 item: Pirates World SeriesBy Rob Biertempfel 9:30 p.m.
BRADENTON, Fla. There will be no farewell tour for A.J. Burnett as the Pirates’ season …
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More departments in region eye equipping officers with Narcan to treat overdosesBy Adam Brandolph 9:00 p.m.
Police were the first on scene when Ryan Kroh overdosed on heroin in August 2010, but by the …
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- Gallagher formally becomes Pitt chancellor 6:39 p.m.
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Faithful stand together in WilkinsburgBy Bob Bauder 9:10 p.m.
A Muslim cleric Saturday condemned terrorism and murder during a gathering of religious leaders at a Wilkinsburg mosque. Imam Adnan Ahmed of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community said terrorist acts violate …
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Shift in what powers the grid raises concerns about fuel diversityBy David Conti 9:00 p.m.
It’s been described as a “jolt” to United States power systems, exposing a textbook example of how not to run our electrical grid. The so-called polar vortex of early 2014 sent heating bills skyrocketing, utilities scrambling for fuel and politicians …
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Contemporary Craft artists create mashups of styles and materialsBy Kurt Shaw 8:34 p.m.
It’s not often that an art exhibit can alter one’s perception of size, scope and scale. But walking among Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor’s colossal creations, on display at Society for Contemporary …
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Men become focus of stores’ personal service effortsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 8:34 p.m.
Michael Joyner needed a professional beard trim. A friend told him about Mister Goods & Grooming, a men’s full-service barbershop in Lawrenceville, which offers everything from straight-razor shaves to beard …
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Europe must be pushed to fight the endemic scourge of anti-SemitismBy Skip Grinberg & Gregg Roman 9:00 p.m.
The menace of anti-Semitism is nothing new in 21st-century Europe. On Feb. 13, 2006, French Jew Ilan Halimi was found dead on a street in Paris after having been kidnapped …