The Penguins fall …
The Penguins fall to the New York Rangers in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series at Consol Energy Center.See more
A store that …
A store that sells gently-worn name-brand women’s clothing has moved into a new 7,500-square-foot retail space in Ross.See more
A judge has …
A judge has set ground rules for a hearing to determine whether Attorney General Kathleen Kane should be held in contempt of court.See more
In the coming …
In the coming months, the newly debt-free August Wilson Center for African American Culture will get a second chance.See more
Antonio Brown isn’t …
Antonio Brown isn’t planning to participate in any of the Steelers’ voluntary offseason sessions, including four weeks of organized team activities.See more
Downed tree, electrical wires closes portion of Saxonburg Blvd. in O’HaraBy Tony Raap 10:03 p.m.
Authorities have closed Saxonburg Boulevard between Kay Street in Shaler and Berryhill Road in O’Hara for a downed …
Rangers clip Penguins, take 2-1 series leadBy Jason Mackey 10:54 p.m.
Sidney Crosby nailed it. “Sometimes it’s hard to realize that what you’re doing in the …
Ewan McGregor to direct film in Western Pa.By Michael Machosky
Actor Ewan McGregor will be directing the film adaptation of Philip Roth’s acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize-winning …
- Trade Institute of Pittsburgh helps rebuild lives of ex-convicts a brick at a time 10:18 p.m.
- Tree giveaway kicks off Earth Week in Pittsburgh 10:18 p.m.
- Healthy Ride, Pittsburgh’s bike share program, won’t require helmets 10:15 p.m.
- Hearing set on Highmark plan to put $175 million in Allegheny Health
New location in Ross enables store to continue mission of helping womenBy Laurie Rees
About a year ago, a missionary from Butere, Kenya, walked into Treasure House Fashions, a North Hills store that sells gently used name-brand women’s clothing, to purchase garments for the …
- Feud escalates between Westmoreland commissioner, controller 10:27 p.m.
- Hempfield community group wins park auction 10:24 p.m.
- Robber holds up Family Dollar in Greensburg
- Westmoreland man charged with firing gun, narrowly missing child 10:26 p.m.
- New charges against Hempfield bicyclist possible
Greensburg gathering hears remembrances of pre-Holocaust GermanyBy Paul Peirce
Ninety-year-old Fritz Ottenheimer recalled in vivid detail Sunday the day in 1938 when an Austrian family appeared at his family’s apartment in Konstanz, Germany, seeking temporary refuge with stories of …
- Paragon Foods’ growth —and planned move — in line with local produce demand 10:21 p.m.
- Planned Smallman Place condos in Strip District selling fast 10:21 p.m.
- ‘Significant’ fine expected against Sunoco Logistics
- Union seeks labor board injunction over Wal-Mart store closings 8:15 p.m.
- Frederick’s seeks bankruptcy after closing lingerie stores
U.S. Steel puts 1,400 workers on notice to curb costsBy Chris Fleisher 8:55 p.m.
U.S. Steel Corp. could slash 1,400 jobs as it continues to grapple with a difficult market. The Downtown-based company late last week notified workers, mostly at plants in Texas and Arkansas, that they could be out of a job as …
- Innovative CREate event to be part of annual Three Rivers Arts Festival 9:06 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Public Theater taking on Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ 9:07 p.m.
- Ewan McGregor to direct film in Western Pa.
- Warhol museum names new director of exhibitions 9:06 p.m.
- Pittsburgh pair plans rare trip to Iran for American classical musicians
- Model Railroad Home Tour set to raise funds for Ligonier Valley Rail Road
Doctors incorporate ideas for retirement planning into new bookBy Rege Behe 9:05 p.m.
People planning to retire are always encouraged to make sure their finances are in order. But sometimes overlooked is the emotional toll of getting ready for retirement. Drs. Patricia and …
- Jazz guitarist Pizzarelli helps draw big crowd to FamilyLinks benefit in Pittsburgh
- JDRF’s Rainbow Ball in Pittsburgh continues fight against diabetes
- Speaker at Pitt-Greensburg lecture endorses Rogers’ belief in neighborly love
- Ligonier historical society’s annual Tastes of the Town features samples from 20-plus eateries
- U.S. ambassador to Italy, a Leechburg native, helps family find ‘roots’
- Auction watch: Upcoming sales include coins, china, even comics
Unity man collects bits of Westmoreland County historyBy Jacob Tierney
Tim Welty has a keen eye for the old and the unusual — even a discarded brick can grab his attention. “I saw it in the bushes while I was …
- Don’t watch till the race starts 10:34 p.m.
- Paltrow’s poverty voyeurism
- Our rapid march toward police-state parenting must end
- Freedom of & from religion
- The ‘Rule of 72’ really can work
UPMC is the target of nihilistic envyBy Amesh A. Adalja 10:34 p.m.
If Kmart and Wal-Mart or Coca-Cola and Pepsi had a dispute, would it be a core function of government to try to influence the debate? Most people would agree that it should be adjudicated by the parties involved free from …