The Trade Institute …
The Trade Institute of Pittsburgh, which opened new classrooms this week in Homewood, is helping to rebuild the lives of ex-convicts.See more
The Penguins fall …
The Penguins fall to the New York Rangers in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series at Consol Energy Center.See more
Methane leaks from …
Methane leaks from shale drilling in Pa. continue to decline, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.See more
Pittsburgh Public Theater …
Pittsburgh Public Theater is taking on Shakespeare’s “Othello” a personal tale of lost faith, broken hearts and jealousy.See more
The Pew Research …
The Pew Research Center says more than half of Americans now say the protection of gun rights trumps the need for gun control.See more
Firefighters rescue 3 from Beechview house fireBy Michael Hasch 12:29 a.m.
Pittsburgh firefighters rescued three people — one of them a child — from a burning home late Monday …
Rossi: Rutherford falling apart, tooBy Rob Rossi 12:33 a.m.
Crisis is supposed to reveal true character, right? General manager Jim Rutherford lost his cool …
- Rangers continue mastery on the road 12:32 a.m.
State parties lean on Hispanic officials to reach Latino votersBy Salena Zito 12:45 a.m.
Hispanic voters will receive plenty of attention from both political parties as Pennsylvanians get ready …
- Trade Institute of Pittsburgh helps rebuild lives of ex-convicts 12:45 a.m.
- Pew Research Center poll shows most Americans take gun rights over control 12:20 a.m.
- Firefighters rescue 3 from Beechview house fire 12:29 a.m.
- Healthy Ride, Pittsburgh’s bike share program, won’t require helmets 12:45 a.m.
Tree giveaway kicks off Earth Week in PittsburghBy Tony Raap
Pete Kossarth isn’t much of a green thumb, but he couldn’t turn down a free tree. The Pittsburgh Shade Tree Commission gave away 1,000 sugar maple seedlings Monday at the …
- Mt. Pleasant Borough pursues permit parking 12:46 a.m.
- Feud escalates between Westmoreland commissioner, controller 12:13 a.m.
- Hempfield community group wins park auction 12:13 a.m.
- Westmoreland County’s prison board to consider inmate service projects 12:01 a.m.
- Part-time prison guards wanted in Westmoreland 12:37 a.m.
Greensburg plastic surgeon pleads not guilty to charges of interfering with painkiller investigationBy Brian Bowling 12:01 a.m.
A Greensburg plastic surgeon pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges that he tried to thwart an investigation into his handling of painkiller prescriptions. Dr. Daniel A. Teet, 68, of …
- Methane leaks reportedly decrease in Pennsylvania 12:20 a.m.
- Planned Smallman Place condos in Strip District selling fast
- U.S. Steel puts 1,400 workers on notice to curb costs
- MedExpress bought by United Health Group
- Hearing set on Highmark plan to put $175 million in Allegheny Health
Paragon Foods’ growth —and planned move — in line with local produce demandBy Tory N. Parrish
Demand for fresh fruits and vegetables means Lawrenceville-based Paragon Foods’ business will sprout up in a new location this year. Founded in 1962, the produce distributor and producer plans to …
- Innovative CREate event to be part of annual Three Rivers Arts Festival
- Pittsburgh Public Theater taking on Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’
- Ewan McGregor to direct film in Western Pa.
- Warhol museum names new director of exhibitions
- Pittsburgh pair plans rare trip to Iran for American classical musicians
- Model Railroad Home Tour set to raise funds for Ligonier Valley Rail Road
Doctors incorporate ideas for retirement planning into new bookBy Rege Behe
People planning to retire are always encouraged to make sure their finances are in order. But sometimes overlooked is the emotional toll of getting ready for retirement. Drs. Patricia and …
- Jazz guitarist Pizzarelli helps draw big crowd to FamilyLinks benefit in Pittsburgh
- JDRF’s Rainbow Ball in Pittsburgh continues fight against diabetes
- Speaker at Pitt-Greensburg lecture endorses Rogers’ belief in neighborly love
- Ligonier historical society’s annual Tastes of the Town features samples from 20-plus eateries
- U.S. ambassador to Italy, a Leechburg native, helps family find ‘roots’
- Auction watch: Upcoming sales include coins, china, even comics
Unity man collects bits of Westmoreland County historyBy Jacob Tierney
Tim Welty has a keen eye for the old and the unusual — even a discarded brick can grab his attention. “I saw it in the bushes while I was …
- Don’t watch till the race starts
- Paltrow’s poverty voyeurism
- Our rapid march toward police-state parenting must end
- Freedom of & from religion
- The ‘Rule of 72’ really can work
UPMC is the target of nihilistic envyBy Amesh A. Adalja
If Kmart and Wal-Mart or Coca-Cola and Pepsi had a dispute, would it be a core function of government to try to influence the debate? Most people would agree that it should be adjudicated by the parties involved free from …