Though no stats …
Though no stats exist to determine which fans bring the most signs to home games, team officials suspect Pirates fans are near the top.See more
A sales tax …
A sales tax hike vanished from Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest spending plan, but a half-percent increase in the income tax replaced it.See more
Pittsburgh restaurant owner …
Pittsburgh restaurant owner and chef Ling Robinson is educating the masses with her “High Heeled Chef’s 1 Real-Meal-a-Day” workshop.See more
According to a …
According to a new audit, the work of special adviser Ron Tomalis in the Pennsylvania Department of Education is hard to pin down.See more
The Cubs’ Jake …
The Cubs’ Jake Arrieta and the Pirates’ Gerrit Cole leave the offenses in the National League wild-card game with little hope.See more
Allegheny County budget proposal sidesteps tax increase, boosts jail spendingBy Aaron Aupperlee
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald proposed increased spending for the jail and on roads and bridges next year …
Rossi: Time for Pirates to take next stepBy Rob Rossi 12:02 a.m.
The next step doesn’t require a leap of faith, a Billy Goat, a black cat …
Fans out in force to rally in Downtown Pittsburgh for beloved BucsBy Bob Bauder
Scores of people screaming “Let’s Go Bucs” were audible above the traffic Tuesday on Grant …
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- Lady Luck found joy in family, bingo, dancing the polka 12:01 a.m.
- Roads to close on Pittsburgh’s North Side this weekend
- State Supreme Court concludes hearing on UPMC-Highmark Medicare case
$9M sought to finish turning Penn Circle in Pittsburgh to two-way streetsBy Melissa Daniels
Pittsburgh’s economic development officials are seeking about $9 million to finish a long-running attempt to undo urban planning mistakes in East Liberty. The Urban Redevelopment Authority wants to finish converting what was once the one-way loop known as Penn Circle …
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- Ligonier council approves design changes to Diamond
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- Former Mich. lawmaker uses D.C. trip to lobby for better veterans health care
- New Florence assistant fire chief charged with having sex with juvenile
Cat found shot with arrow in Penn Township expected to surviveBy Tribune-Review
A cat shot in the neck with an arrow Monday is expected to survive after undergoing at least one surgery, according to Penn Township police. Police were called when the animal was found at 8:30 p.m. on Oakford Park Drive …
- IMF predicts growth will shrink 12:01 a.m.
- UAW threatens strike at Fiat Chrysler 12:01 a.m.
- Advanced safety features on more and more vehicles can baffle drivers 12:01 a.m.
- Coal’s upside? Things can’t get much worse after a dire 2015 12:01 a.m.
- Patriot Coal expects to lay off more than 2,000 workers in W.Va. 12:01 a.m.
Finding balance key to PNC Capital Markets chief’s successBy Chris Fleisher
You might say that Charlotte McLaughlin has it all. The Fox Chapel resident has ascended to the top of her field as president and CEO of PNC Capital Markets. She …
- Review: Pittsburgh CLO’s Energetic ‘Altar Boyz’ supplies good time
- Western Pa. poets Matcho, Newman blend biography, fiction in work
- Manor festival will help animal shelters, rescues
- Hartwood Fest to benefit restoration project
Mountain Playhouse’s ‘Forever Plaid’ returns to end seasonBy Debbie Black
Jukebox favorites, comedy and four guys chasing their dream will woo audiences as Mountain Playhouse closes its 2015 season with the 1950s flashback hit musical “Forever Plaid” running through Oct. …
- Pittsburgh’s High Heeled Chef can teach you to eat more healthfully
- KitchenWise: Ditch the dairy to make the most flavorful, creamy soup
- Seasonal soups: Warm bowls of simple satisfaction
- Dinner in Minutes: Spaghetti Bolognese (Spaghetti and Meat Sauce) with Herbed Zucchini
Zinnias dear to ex-nurse, but not to deer who’d frequent her Baldwin gardenBy Doug Oster
Don’t call Mary Canny cheap. In fact, she doesn’t even like the word frugal. “I like to call it wise gardening,” she says with a chuckle. The recently retired nurse …
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War party targets Putin & AssadBy Pat Buchanan
Having established a base on the Syrian coast, Vladimir Putin last week began air strikes on ISIS and other rebel forces seeking to overthrow Bashar Assad. A longtime ally of Syria, Russia wants to preserve its toehold on the Mediterranean, …