Mayor Bill Peduto, …
Mayor Bill Peduto, a longtime hockey fan himself, says the excitement the NHL playoffs brings to town generates plenty of revenue, too.See more
Joey Votto launched …
Joey Votto launched a two-run homer off Francisco Liriano Wednesday, a key hit in the Reds’ 4-0 victory in the rubber game of a three-game series.See more
A week after …
A week after more than 20 people were slashed in a knife attack at Franklin Regional Senior High School, students returned to class.See more
Prosecutors will withdraw …
Prosecutors will withdraw a disorderly conduct charge against a South Fayette student who recorded bullies harassing him.See more
Schenley Park welcomes …
Schenley Park welcomes the Festival of Colors, an American version of the traditional Holi Festival celebrated in India.See more
Peduto says Penguins playoff series will be economic boonBy Bob Bauder 3:23 p.m.
For Sale: Two tickets to Wednesday night’s Penguin’s playoff game with the Columbus Blue Jackets. …
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Cueto gets best of Bucs, as Reds take seriesBy Travis Sawchik 3:34 p.m.
CINCINNATI — Last season Francisco Liriano was the ultimate lefty silencer. He allowed just two …
Jailed Hribal ‘fine,’ but family ‘terrible’ as answers in stabbing soughtBy Renatta Signorini and Rich Cholodofsky
A week ago, Alex Hribal’s name became a national headline when he was charged with …
- Authorities plan to withdraw charge against bullied South Fayette student 3:40 p.m.
- Wilmerding man going to prison for shootout with police
- Peduto says Penguins playoff series will be economic boon 3:23 p.m.
- Carrick man acquitted in 2009 slaying
Obama, Biden in region today to announce job grant programs worth $600MBy Mike Wereschagin 2:51 p.m.
The federal government could spend as much as $600 million on competitive job training and apprenticeship grant programs that President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden plan to announce in North Fayette on Wednesday afternoon. To win a grant, community …
- Students visit Franklin Regional days after mass stabbing
- Jailed Hribal ‘fine,’ but family ‘terrible’ as answers in stabbing sought
- Judge rules Delmont man was not aggressor in assault outside Wal-Mart
- Vandalizing locks at Washington Township judge’s office could land man in prison
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Community turns out for Franklin Regional students’ return to classBy Renatta Signorini 3:54 p.m.
Students returning to Franklin Regional High School on Wednesday morning saw support in the form of yard signs and encouragement from parishioners of a nearby church. About 30 members of …
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- Heinz offers Pittsburgh workers a buyout if they are unhappy
- College students find their ‘path’
- CMU taps Google VP as new dean of school of computer science
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Programs help to nudge unemployment among veterans downwardBy Chris Fleisher
The two months that Mark Corbin spent searching for a job were as stressful as his time in Iraq and Afghanistan. Corbin was retiring after more than seven years in …
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- Carnegie International’s success keeps it as one of Pittsburgh’s art gems
- Quantum Theatre keeps its production of ‘Pantagleize’ moving, funny
- Robinson bakehouse invests time, love in artisan products
Schenley Park festival welcomes spring with age-old traditionBy Rachel Weaver
As spring prepares to bring color back to a long-gray Pittsburgh landscape, an upcoming festival will let revelers immerse themselves in the season’s signature hues. The Festival of Colors, an …
- Easter traditions bring a welcome blast of spring, nostalgia, sweets
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- You survived Tax Day: Go ahead, you deserve to celebrate
- Dinner in Minutes: Souvlaki (Lamb Kabobs) with Lentils and Rice Pilaf
Healthy Eating: A light, airy fruit pudding from America’s pastBy The Associated Press
Snow pudding is a great old American recipe that dates back to pioneer days, back when resourceful home cooks hankering for a treat had to rely on whatever they had …
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- Rise of Obama’s genderhawks
- Exclusive to the Trib: The takeaway from the languishing Middle East peace process
Dead (& dying) ideologiesBy Pat Buchanan
On our TV talk shows and op-ed pages and in our think tanks, there is rising alarm over events abroad. And President Obama is widely blamed for the perceived decline in worldwide respect for the United States. Yet, still, one …