For the second …
For the second straight game, the Rangers beat the Penguins in overtime, this time ending their season in the process.See more
Robert McDonald, chief …
Robert McDonald, chief of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, vowed Friday to fix systemic failures at the beleaguered agency.See more
Gerrit Cole improved …
Gerrit Cole improved to 3-0 on the season with a strong start at Arizona that helped the Pirates to a 4-1 win.See more
More nonprofits in …
More nonprofits in the region are merging or forming partnerships, but leaders need to do their due diligence to make sure they work.See more
Nearly 150,000 Catholics …
Nearly 150,000 Catholics in Western Pa. have a new spiritual leader, as the Rev. Edward Malesic was named bishop in Greensburg.See more
Man fatally shot in ManchesterBy Michael Hasch
Pittsburgh police are searching for the assailant who shot and killed a man Friday night in Manchester. Paramedics …
Penguins eliminated with Game 5 overtime loss to RangersBy Jason Mackey 12:47 a.m.
NEW YORK — Scoring goals and overcoming injuries proved too difficult for the Penguins. Their …
All Pennsylvanians to pay more, GOP gleans from report on Wolf’s tax planBy Brad Bumsted 12:19 a.m.
HARRISBURG — Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s tax plan would hit all income classes and amount to a “huge …
- First Amendment experts decry Plum authorities’ warning to students 12:19 a.m.
- Western Pa. experts say nonprofit mergers take work 12:05 a.m.
- Upper St. Clair lawyer pleads guilty to dealing in crack
- Man fatally shot in Manchester
Burgess’ rivals for Pittsburgh council nomination owe money to governmentBy Bob Bauder 12:05 a.m.
Three candidates challenging Pittsburgh City Councilman Ricky Burgess in the Democratic primary for his District 9 council seat owe thousands of dollars in delinquent taxes and other government liens, according …
- Murrysville woman apologizes for scholarship fund theft 12:01 a.m.
- Donors’ generosity allows Clairview School girls to get fancy for prom 12:01 a.m.
- 2 Hempfield Area students charged with sexting 12:01 a.m.
- Police seek public help with East Huntingdon store thefts 1:25 a.m.
- 2 charged with copper theft from Greensburg house 1:25 a.m.
Harrisburg priest named bishop of Greensburg dioceseBy Debra Erdley
Reality was still setting in for the Rev. Edward Malesic, bishop-elect of the Diocese of Greensburg, as he met Friday morning with representatives of his new flock at the Bishop …
- Kings Family Restaurants sold to California firm
- DeVry shift to online classes prompts closing of Pittsburgh campus 12:14 a.m.
- Low Marcellus gas prices cut into EQT profits
- Comcast abandons Time Warner Cable merger deal amid regulators’ pushback 12:14 a.m.
- Airlines’ bottom lines soar on cheaper fuel 12:01 a.m.
Mylan raises bid for fellow drugmaker; Perrigo says ‘no’By Alex Nixon
Mylan NV started a hostile takeover bid for fellow generic drug maker Perrigo Co., telling the company’s stockholders Friday it will pay them $31.2 billion if they tender their shares. …
- Review: Pittsburgh Public Theater’s cast leaders shine in otherwise-plain ‘Othello’
- ‘Narrow Road’ author shares father’s ‘Death Railway’ strife
- Celebrate National Humor Month with trivia
- Kanny: Country and western rocks the PSO
Pittsburgh group keeps alive Laurel & Hardy’s legacyBy Michael Machosky
Comedy has come a long way since the heyday of Laurel & Hardy. Yet, there’s something about the purity of their format and perfectly contrived repartee that continues to find …
- Gardening in raised beds has lots of benefits, but also challenges
- Homework: Show and sale highlights plants, rock gardens
- Assemble in Garfield takes hands-on approach to learning
- First Draft: Women brewers thrive among big men with big beards
Western Pa. May markets, plant sellers ready to spring into actionBy Candy Williams
Nowhere will spring receive a warmer welcome than at the many May markets and plant sales scheduled throughout the region. Horticultural enthusiasts have been waiting for this opportunity to dig …
- Economy still key to campaigns
- Radical environmentalists a worse threat than climate change
- Finding ways to remember
- World Bank projects are bad news for indigenous people
- Flunking civics isn’t optional
Why is Yemen our war?By Pat Buchanan
For a month now, the Saudi air force has been bombing Yemen to reverse a takeover of that nation of 25 million by Houthi rebels and reinstall a president who fled his country and is residing in Riyadh. The Saudis …