Pittsburgh police cited …
Pittsburgh police cited six people for trespassing while they protested Wednesday morning at the UPMC Medical Office building in Shadyside.See more
St. Vincent College …
St. Vincent College is using trolley tours to draw connections between the Benedictine values at the college and Mr. Roger’s teachings.See more
Pittsburgh CLO is …
Pittsburgh CLO is closing out its 2014 summer season with a hilarious and engaging production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot.”See more
A Derry Area …
A Derry Area art teacher’s unique photograph was selected as one of two State Museum of Pennsylvania Purchase Award winners.See more
A YouTube campaign …
A YouTube campaign by Lilly Myers, a 4-year-old from Latrobe, is aiming to collect donations for the Alzheimer’s Association.See more
15 killed at Gaza UN school; Israel holds fireBy The Associated Press 9:44 a.m.
JEBALIYA REFUGEE CAMP, Gaza Strip — Israeli tank shells slammed into a crowded U.N. school …
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Starkey: Would one big move kill Pirates’ future?By Joe Starkey 8:55 a.m.
Let’s explore the ridiculous notion that going “all in” — trading choice prospects for a …
Review: Pittsburgh CLO crowds should love this gem of a ‘Spam’ a lotBy Alice T. Carter 11:12 a.m.
Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera closes out its 2014 summer season with a hilarious and engaging …
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Corbett christens $960K bus shelter, bicycle station in RobinsonBy Bobby Kerlik
PennDOT officials and Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday showed off a new intersection and bus “superstop” at Robinson Town Centre — though financing remains shaky for the stop’s main shuttle …
- Consent decree that limits weddings at Foxley Farms ruled valid 9:24 a.m.
- Penn Township man seeking gun permit accused of bringing heroin to courthouse
- Adelphoi resident charged as adult in Latrobe assault
- Father, son killed in East Huntingdon crash
- Rostraver police issue warning after home invasion, robbery 10:48 a.m.
YouTube campaign by Latrobe 4-year-old aids Alzheimer’s AssociationBy Craig Smith 9:44 a.m.
It seems that these days, YouTube is chock full of cute kids performing all kinds of spontaneous and adorable acts. But 4-year-old Lilly Myers of Latrobe will have none of …
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- U.S. Steel’s 2Q loss beats analysts’ estimates
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Hotels, restaurants lead job additions in Pittsburgh regionBy Chris Fleisher
Retailers, hotels and restaurants continue to lead job gains in the Pittsburgh area, a sign that consumers are feeling confident enough to spend money on entertainment. Employers in the seven-county Pittsburgh region added 5,400 nonfarm jobs in June and the …
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- Disney Junior brings princess, Never Land to Oakland’s Pete 10:18 a.m.
- So Many Questions: Ahmed from ‘Sullivan & Son’ believes laughter promotes tolerance
- St. Vincent Summer Theatre revue celebrates love, Rodgers and Hammerstein
- A little wine, a little music: Pittsburgh vintner and musician lives his dream
- Pittsburgher wins Dairy Queen S’mores Blizzard Music Video Contest
Pittsburgh native enjoys riding the roller coaster of stand-up comedyBy Matt Wohlfarth
Vinny Fasline has put himself on Hollywood’s fast track in just 18 months since leaving Pittsburgh to take his shot at fame and fortune. He regularly hosts his own show, …
- The Wine Cellar: French, Italian wines complement summery taste of fresh, ripe tomatoes
- Healthy Eating: A Mediterranean twist to tuna salad
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- An ’80s survivor: Scrunchies come back in style
- Pittsburgh Zoo welcomes 1,500 to its Summer Safari
- New Pittsburgh Courier honors 50 Men of Excellence Awards
Satisfy your sweet tooth in Pittsburgh with treats from ethnic bakeriesBy Tribune-Review
Time was when a bakery was just a bakery. But today’s houses of delicious delights have expanded their cultural reach. Having noticed a more diverse offering, we decided to take …
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A GOP ultimatum to VladBy Tribune-Review
With the party united, the odds are now at least even that the GOP will not only hold the House but also capture the Senate in November. But before traditional conservatives cheer that prospect, they might take a closer look …