Patrick Gallagher faces …
Patrick Gallagher faces a changing landscape in education and lofty expectations when he takes office as the chancellor at Pitt.See more
After announcing his …
After announcing his terminal cancer diagnosis online, a former Western Pa. teacher heard from hundreds of former students across the nation.See more
State taxpayers paid …
State taxpayers paid for Sen. Daylin Leach and 3 aides to travel to Denver to assess how legalization of marijuana is working in Colorado.See more
Pittsburgh Brewing Co. …
Pittsburgh Brewing Co. takes a step forward in the suds business with Block House Brewing, a newly launched craft-beer brand.See more
The iconic Bayer …
The iconic Bayer sign on Mt. Washington, dearly in need of refurbishment, will no longer bear the name of the pharmaceutical company.See more
Two cars strike horse near Fayette fairBy Tribune-Review 11:21 p.m.
Multiple injuries were reported Thursday evening after two vehicles and horse were involved in an …
Rossi: Buying trust is a must for PiratesBy Rob Rossi 11:19 p.m.
The Pirates still don’t have Pittsburgh’s trust. That probably isn’t fair, but it’s true — …
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Highland Park author Martin knows her audienceBy Rege Behe 9:01 p.m.
When asked if she tries to achieve anything with each of her novels, Nancy Martin …
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Zappala disputes public safety director’s statement on police ID policyBy Adam Brandolph 11:01 p.m.
District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. sent a clear and simple message to Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Stephen A. Bucar on Thursday: Check your email. One day after Bucar criticized Zappala for releasing to the news media a letter about …
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Shooting investigation leads to large marijuana grow in MonessenBy Jeremy Sellew 11:32 p.m.
Following normal procedures led Monessen police to finding what Chief John Mandarino called a “high-end” marijuana growing operation. Police responded to a report of a man shot in the hand …
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It’s lights out for Bayer sign on Mt. WashingtonBy Alex Nixon 11:09 p.m.
Bayer Corp. will no longer pay to have its name in lights on Mt. Washington. The Robinson company said Thursday it didn’t renew a 21-year-old contract with Lamar Advertising for …
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‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ blasts Marvel in a different directionBy The Associated Press 8:55 p.m.
Despite its flawless superhero pedigree, there’s always been apprehension about “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Since the president of Marvel Studios first teased the possibility of making a movie based on …
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First Draft: Iron City recognizes need to get craftyBy Chris Fleisher 9:12 p.m.
The taste of youth is a sharp dose of cinnamon, laced with boozy vanilla and caramel sweetness. Or so the latest offering from Pittsburgh Brewing Co. would have you believe. …
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A fond memoryBy Vinnie Malec 11:12 p.m.
Around 1987, I worked at the Veterans Administration Medical Center at Highland Drive in Pittsburgh. As a social worker, I was assigned to develop and administer the homeless program for veterans who had come home from the Vietnam conflict. These …