Vance Worley threw …
Vance Worley threw eight shutout innings and Russell Martin delivered a clutch RBI, as the Pirates beat the Brewers to edge closer to the postseason.See more
Hospitals are turning …
Hospitals are turning to technology to get over language barriers as they treat more patients with limited English skills.See more
The gas industry …
The gas industry seems to be reversing Pennsylvania’s mass exodus of young, educated workers to other states because of the lack of local jobs.See more
General manager Jim …
General manager Jim Rutherford was done with hockey, and then “the Pittsburgh Penguins came calling.”See more
Art cars — …
Art cars — decorated, road-ready vehicles — will be on display in Garfield on Sept. 27 in one of the city’s more unique art shows.See more
East Hills shooting victim found in WilkinsburgBy Tribune-Review 8:02 p.m.
One person was shot in Pittsburgh’s East Hills neighborhood Sunday afternoon, authorities said. The shooting occurred just before …
Pirates, Worley edge Brewers, 1-0, move to cusp of playoffsBy Rob Biertempfel 7:46 p.m.
The Pirates put Vance Worley back in their starting rotation Sunday, and the right-hander responded …
March around the world seek to put focus on climate changeBy The Los Angeles Times 7:34 p.m.
NEW YORK — Thousands of peaceful demonstrators, including Native Americans in traditional clothing, politicians and top environmental activists, …
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Hill District leaders irked as Penguins submit former Civic Arena site plan to cityBy Natasha Lindstrom
Hill District community leaders on Saturday rebuked the Penguins for submitting the preliminary land development plan for the 28-acre former Civic Arena site before sharing it with the general public. …
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Vandergrift Arts & Crafts Festival brings community together, shows off the townBy Deborah Weisberg
A TV cameraman who captured one of the most famous home runs in baseball history will be at the eighth annual Vandergrift Arts & Crafts Festival on Sept. 27 and …
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More companies embrace exchanges to curb health care costsBy Alex Nixon
Workers from Montana’s Rib & Chop House restaurants in Hermitage and Meadville will go to a website to shop for health insurance plans next month, but they won’t be using …
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10 things to know about ‘Book of Mormon’By Alice T. Carter 5:08 p.m.
Here are 10 things you might want to know about “The Book of Mormon.” 1. The national tour of the musical “The Book of Mormon” will make its second visit …
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Concept Art sale is big on local big-name artistsBy John Altdorfer 5:55 p.m.
It’s time to reap a rich bounty of fall auctions after a long summer sales drought. Returning for an autumn classic, Concept Art Gallery on Sept. 28 will conduct the …
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Want to deplete your tax base? Give ‘job creators’ such as Tesla what they wantBy Richard Florida
They say the house always wins. But the state of Nevada is letting Tesla walk away with the store. Back in June, the electric car company and its partner Panasonic …