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420 Fort Duquesne Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Directions
One person was hurt when a car went over a hillside and landed in a creek in Westmoreland County on Monday.
Plans to renovate Ross Park Mall are moving forward.
A Churchill charter school employee is being accused of selling drugs in the schools parking lot.
A man who was shot in Larimer on Sunday has died.
A man is facing homicide charges in connection to a fatal scooter crash in North Union Township.
Pittsburgh Business Times
45 S 23rd St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203 Directions
The judge last week set deadlines for the rest of the case and a nonjury trial on the first count was set for May 29 in Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg.
The company opened an innovation center in Pittsburgh in 2018.
For all the strides that Pittsburgh has made with its female workforce, there is still a long way to go.The Steel City ranked near the bottom of a new list from LendingTrees Magnify Money, which compared the 50 largest U.S. metro areas on several factors to determine which cities were the best and worst for working women.Pittsburgh did not occupy the bottom spot, which belonged to Charlotte, N.C. with a score of 32.1. But it was a long way from the city in the top spot, which scored a 74.The
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services incorporated six new real estate firms into the fold last year to help propel it to double-digit growth in 2018.The company reported its results for 2018 in which the firm and its expanded territory of nine states closed on what it called a record of 112,448 sales transactions, up more than 15 percent over the year before.That translated to a closed sales volume of $23.6 billion, an increase of more than $5.2 billion over the year before.The company also reported
Patrice Matamoros is a winner of a 2019 Women of Influence award.
2201 Sweeney Dr
Clinton, PA 15026 Directions
Arsenio Ahmad House, 28, of Greenwood, Miss., was found about 8:45 a.m. near the Rankin Bridge, officials said.
Robert Morris, fresh off a 65-54 win against Saint Francis Pa. in the NEC championship, will try to pull off a historic upset.
Johnson scores 28 and Moon shoots 79 percent from the field in the final three quarters
622 Cabin Hill Dr
Greensburg, PA 15601 Directions
HARRISBURG A Western Pennsylvania state lawmaker resigned Monday, two months after being stripped of a chairmanship over allegations he had sex with a woman against her will while she was blacked out.
The Pennsylvania Ethics Commission on Monday announced it has fined a pair of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania trustees $500 each for failing to file financial disclosure forms for years and then back dating current forms to make it appear they had complied with the law in prior years.
The Pennsylvania Ethics Commission last week fined a former Indiana University of Pennsylvania administrator $3,000, for repeatedly hiring her sons firm for university business and neglecting to file accurate financial disclosure statements, actions deemed technical violations of the state Ethics Act.
HARRISBURG Pennsylvanias prison system is banning all tobacco products inside every facilitys secure perimeter, starting July 1.
Pennsylvanias ubiquitous potholes cost taxpayers more than $63 million last year, transportation data show. In Southwestern Pennsylvania, those costs were more than $11 million.
400 Ardmore Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15221 Directions
See a continued question-and-answer segment involving Delaney and the voters.
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions from voters Tuesday in New Hampshire.
See Delaneys biography and learn more about his background.
See a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.
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