Pittsburghers to keep an eye on in the year 2014
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013, 10:24 p.m.
Pittsburgh is changing.
After decades of bleeding population, the city is growing. The steel mills and H.J. Heinz Co. factories are gone, and a modern workforce embraces medical research, education and hi-tech industry. The rivers are cleaner and accessible for recreation; the air is improving.
Even the Pirates are good.
More change awaits. The Tribune-Review has identified five people who will be major agents of such change, and others who could steal the spotlight.
They are innovators, embodying the spirit of a new Pittsburgh. They are promising leaders, evoking great expectations. If they falter, they will find themselves under an uncomfortable microscope.
From a new mayor to coaches we know, all likely will shape the coming year. They are the Trib's People to Watch in 2014 .
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