Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid …
Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa’s first democratically elected president and a symbol of reconciliation to many around the world, has died.See more
The “gritty but vibrant …
The “gritty but vibrant world” of Braddock was an attraction for “Out of the Furnace” filmmaker Scott Cooper.See more
Penguins 5, Sharks 1 …
Sidney Crosby and Marc-Andre Fleury lead the Penguins in overwhelming Tyler Kennedy and the San Jose Sharks.See more
Mt. Lebanon native and …
Mt. Lebanon native and “True Blood” hunk Joe Manganiello details the methods he used to shape his buff body in his new book.See more
A national campaign to …
A national campaign to raise the wages of fast-food workers inspired protesters in Downtown Pittsburgh.See more
Pedestrians hit near hot dog shop in Beaver CountyBy Michael Hasch
Three pedestrians were hit by a vehicle Thursday evening in Beaver County, emergency dispatchers said. The incident occurred …
Kovacevic: Keeping faith in Letang is simpleBy Dejan Kovacevic
There’s nothing wrong with Kris Letang. Not much, anyway. Just ask. “My game? My game …
Schmotzer says he got things done in Baldwin-Whitehall jobBy Stephanie Hacke 12:04 a.m.
Martin Michael Schmotzer said he made a big impact on the Baldwin-Whitehall School District in …
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Deb Gross to be sworn in to fill vacant Pittsburgh City Council seatBy Tribune-Review
Highland Park resident Deb Gross will be sworn in on Friday to fill a vacant Pittsburgh City Council District 7 seat. Gross, 47, won a special election to serve two years remaining on former Councilman Patrick Dowd’s term. Dowd resigned …
- Ex-employees to split $9,176 in pension mess 12:01 a.m.
- New Stanton plots light-up night for next year 12:01 a.m.
- County takes lead on Monsour demolition 12:01 a.m.
- Westmoreland Manor manager gets 3-month extension 12:01 a.m.
- Workers injured at facility for youths 12:01 a.m.
3 accomplices to plead guilty to murder, torture of Mt. Pleasant womanBy Rich Cholodofsky
Amber Meidinger could be paroled from prison before her 60th birthday under terms of a plea bargain finalized Wednesday for her role in the torture slaying of a mentally challenged …
- Pennsylvania, other states considering bids to host Boeing 777X production 12:01 a.m.
- Beaver County residents sue FirstEnergy Corp. over coal waste dump
- Local protesters strike fast-food places, demand higher minimum wage
- Area jobless rate slips on decline in workforce 12:01 a.m.
- FedEx to raise ground, home delivery rates 12:01 a.m.
Federal regulator OKs Peoples Gas’ acquisition of Equitable GasBy John D. Oravecz 12:13 a.m.
A merger that will form the state’s largest natural gas utility received final approval from federal regulators on Thursday. Peoples Natural Gas Co.’s $720 million purchase of the Equitable Gas Co. utility and distribution business of EQT Corp. is expected …
- ‘Gritty but vibrant world’ of Braddock lures director of ‘Out of the Furnace’ 12:12 a.m.
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- Diane Schuur happy with the jazz company she keeps
Dark Braddock setting of ‘Out of the Furnace’ reflects a dying way of lifeBy Michael Machosky
Looking over Christian Bale’s shoulder on a cool, windy night in Braddock, it was easy to notice the actor’s sense of focus. He watched silently, intently, as his prey entered …
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In 1 session, Rachael Ray can make up to seven mealsBy Candy Williams
If anyone needs a game plan for making home-cooked meals, it’s popular TV personality, chef and cookbook author Rachael Ray. With a crazy-busy schedule that revolves around a nationally syndicated …
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Dangers of mass immigrationBy Donald A. Collins
The Washington Post was shocked around Thanksgiving to find that Americans are suffering from unemployment, tenuous job security and a shaky economic future. But its compelling vignette of a collapsing country and a desperate people ignores the driving factor behind …