Steelers receiver Martavis …
Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant is facing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.See more
The former secretary …
The former secretary of state rallied college students in Cleveland today with a forceful jab at GOP presidential hopefuls.See more
A saline-filled Orbera …
A saline-filled Orbera Intragastric Balloon inserted into the stomach offers an alternative to the invasive bariatric surgery.See more
The arcade seems …
The arcade seems to be making a comeback, but today’s versions need something extra — a bar, a cafe, a game shop, even a museum.See more
“I’m driven by …
“I’m driven by my desire to take advantage of my opportunity,” says Steelers rookie Sammie Coates, who has been a mixed bag so far.See more
Hill District groups asks why locals not part of Penguins project design opportunityBy Tom Fontaine 3:48 p.m.
The Pittsburgh Penguins hired a pre-eminent Danish architectural firm to design apartments and public spaces …
Steelers’ Martavis Bryant facing four-game suspensionBy Mark Kaboly 3:57 p.m.
The Steelers will be without Le’Veon Bell for the season-opener against the Patriots. Martavis Bryant …
Former Consol employee wins nearly $587K in ‘Mark of the Beast’ lawsuitBy Brian Bowling 3:17 p.m.
A former Consol Energy Inc. employee who believes biometric hand scanning will lead to the “Mark of the …
- Audit: Cheyney University failed to document student eligibility for nearly $30M in federal aid 4:47 p.m.
- Hill District groups asks why locals not part of Penguins project design opportunity 3:48 p.m.
- Judge rules woman who observed arrest interfered 3:16 p.m.
- 4 arrested for allegedly robbing 96-year-old Crafton Heights woman 3:18 p.m.
- Judge’s decision to overturn conviction of Penn Hills woman will be appealed 3:18 p.m.
New members join August Wilson Center boardBy Natasha Lindstrom 5:16 p.m.
The coalition of foundations that owns the August Wilson Center for African American Culture announced Thursday two new board members and a $300,000 infusion to help the newly debt-free center …
- Volunteers play important role in success of SummerSounds concert series in Greensburg
- North Carolina man sent nude photo to 8-year-old girl in Grapeville, police say
- Injunction granted in East Huntingdon vet clinic dispute 4:09 p.m.
- Widow of Ligonier Township officer hired as Westmoreland outreach coordinator
- Motorcyclist hospitalized after hitting deer in Derry
Inspectors find deficiencies at Living Treasures Animal Park in DonegalBy Bob Stiles 3:54 p.m.
A Westmoreland County animal park that was found out of compliance with federal law during an inspection in July has corrected those deficiencies, the facility’s owner said Wednesday. In a …
- US economy surged at 3.7 percent rate in April-June quarter
- BNY Mellon works to overcome computer glitch in investment calculations
- Dish and Sinclair agree in principle on new contract 5:14 p.m.
- Oilfield giant Schlumberger to purchase Cameron in $12.71B deal
- Tentative settlement would leave some RadioShack gift card holders with nothing
Market strategists predict churning, but no major slumpBy Chris Fleisher
The last time stock investors got a serious case of jitters, it was a bad omen for the economy. But market watchers don’t see anything drastic in the current stomach-churning swings. Corporate earnings and economic fundamentals are on firmer ground …
- Not laughing enough? Pittsburgh Comedy Festival able to fix that
- Second City performer Schrek’s whole life plan has been improvisational
- Neighborhood Week sends Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra out into community
- Livermore’s shift to Italian tapas has some bumps but could bode well for future
- Resurgence of retro video arcades, pinball parlors hits Pittsburgh
- DVD reviews: ‘Citizenfour,’ ‘Two Days, One Night’ and ‘Iris’
Shadyside ... The Art Festival returns to Walnut StreetBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
You might look at your peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich a little differently after seeing Katie Koenig’s work. The artist paints pictures of the sandwich that most of us enjoyed for lunch …
- Kraft Heinz recalls more than 2M pounds of turkey bacon
- Gardeners can feed needy at Red, Ripe and Roasted festival
- Savor Pittsburgh continues to challenge Western Pa. chefs, help charity
- KitchenWise: Go with a new grain for better stuffed peppers
- Sewickley Cafe sets raffle for soup recipe
- Dabbling in pastels: Hair color taking on brighter hues
Garden heritage project documents, preserves Italian traditionsBy Deborah Weisberg
A double-header of earthly delights is on tap at Wigle Barrelhouse and Whiskey Garden in Spring Garden on Aug. 29 with Italian-theme gastronomic events. The fun begins at 3 p.m. …
- Is Trumpism the New Nationalism?
- Drug price controls a bad idea
- Turning the ‘joy of sex’ into a police process
- Obama’s toxic EPA
- Pension obligation bonds? Let’s stop stealing from future generations
When celebrating women traps them in a siloBy Gina Glantz
When is “celebrating” women not all that good for women? Let’s face it. Something tagged exclusively for or about women is all too often a revenue-generating strategy alongside a way to deflect criticism about the lack of attention to women …