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UnitedHealthcare preparing for growth
Look for self-funding to become the next hot ticket in health insurance in western Pennsylvania as employers struggle for new ways to tame expenses.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Man Charged with Crime Spree at South Hills Village
A man from Pittsburgh's Brookline neighborhood faces charges from three police departments after multiple thefts reported at South Hills Village Mall on May 31 led to his arrest, according to court documents.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Three local teenagers win Congressional Gold Award
Rebuilding a home in the Appalachian mountains or traveling to a Chinese orphanage isn't the way most teenagers spend their weekends.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
88-year-old WWII vet receives high school diploma
Lawrence H. "Bud" Simon's submarine dodged Japanese depth charges during World War II.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
The Pittsburgh Business Times is profiling companies participating in the Social Madness competition.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Best Doughnut Shops In Pittsburgh
As the hero pastry of office workers everywhere, doughnuts are hard to turn down.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Teachers receive Golden Apple Award
In accepting the Golden Apple Award on behalf of her fellow educators, Beverly Buxareo of Vincentian Academy pointed out that the Catholic school is among the most important vehicles in promoting the saving mission of the church.
Retreat for women who have undergone abortions set
Rachel's Vineyard, a weekend retreat for women who have undergone abortions, is a powerful spiritual experience, according to retreat facilitator Toni Jester.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Penn Hills man to receive high school diploma 69 years after leaving for WWII
But the thought of marching with Bethel Park High School seniors as he receives his diploma next week - 69 years after he was supposed to graduate - scares him a little.
IET accelerates your self-healing journey
My resume is filled with recommended remedies to maintain good health. Yoga, reflexology, hypnotism, bones for life, foot detox, massage therapy and the labyrinth's spiritual journey all have countless followers, and my interest piqued with them.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Woman accused of stealing $200 worth of Crest white strips from Giant Eagle
A Bethel Park woman is accused of stealing almost $200 worth of Crest white strips from a local grocery store, according to the criminal complaint.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Bethel Park man linked to former Steelers team doctor pleads guilty to drug, fraud charges
A Bethel Park man who befriended former Steelers doctor Richard A. Rydze pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and healthcare fraud, saying he used the physician's prescriptions to acquire and sell hundreds of grams of powerful narcotics.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
Bill Peduto looks for county's help in creating a 'mini-Manhattan' in Downtown Pittsburgh
Bill Peduto envisions Downtown Pittsburgh as a "mini-Manhattan" -- one that hardly ever sleeps -- with more housing, unique local retailers and even a free bus loop system to chauffeur riders from one destination to the next.
Fri May 31, 2013
Local man ordained as Benedictine deacon
Benedictine Brother John Paul Heiser of Bethel Park was ordained to the diaconate April 27 by Greensburg Bishop Lawrence Brandt at the St.
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NYC firefighter, Nashville artist to sing Saturday
A New York City firefighter who doubles as a Nashville recording artist will be in Trevorton Saturday for a benefit concert.
Thu May 30, 2013
05-30-13 - County Health Department Urges Residents to Discard Raw Milk
The Allegheny County Health Department is advising local residents to discard raw milk produced by "Your Family Farmer" in Chambersburg, Franklin County, and sold under the label "The Family Cow," because of potential bacterial contamination.
Wed May 29, 2013
Disabled Teens Get Full Prom Experience
They get dressed up, go out for a fancy dinner and celebrate with their friends.
Peters Township Police Investigating Theft From Walgreens
Peters Township police are investigating the theft of money from a cash register at Walgreens last week.
Mon May 27, 2013
Highmark Withholds Accreditation for New Outpatient Center in Peters
Highmark Inc. is withholding accreditation for a St. Clair Hospital outpatient center in Peters Township, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times .
Sun May 26, 2013
Many still don't apply for Allegheny County realty tax exemption
It's one of the few tax breaks Allegheny County gives -- and after a painful reassessment that has brought our tax system under new scrutiny, you had better believe everyone is applying for it.