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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is located in Allegheny County. Zip codes in Pittsburgh, PA include 15231, 15289, and 15279. The median home price in Pittsburgh is $148,900 which is roughly $66/per square foot. More Pittsburgh information.

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1 hr ago | Examiner.com

Fabulous Forties Fashion Show and Gala

The Wyndham Grand Ballroom Pittsburgh was transformed to a 1940's old Hollywood Theme for Dr. Shellie Hipsky's, Fabulous Forties Fashion show and gala.

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5 hrs ago | WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Group invests $100 million in renovation of Pittsburgh apartment buildings

Washington Plaza and Allegheny Center are being renovated, transformed and having their names changed as part of a $100 million project.

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6 hrs ago | Business Journal

Corbett administration makes major grant to Children's Home of Pittsburgh

Gov. Tom Corbett has awarded a $1.5 million Economic Growth Initiative grant to the Children's Home of Pittsburgh.

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6 hrs ago | Business Journal

Corbett administration makes major grant to Children's Home of Pittsburgh

Gov. Tom Corbett has awarded a $1.5 million Economic Growth Initiative grant to the Children's Home of Pittsburgh.

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8 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston

Representatives From WV, PA and Ohio To Participate In Pittsburgh Coal Rally

Pittsburgh, Pa. Hundreds of West Virginia coal miners and supporters and state representatives from Ohio and West Virginia will join forces with the Pennsylvania Coal Alliance for a rally supporting coal.

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10 hrs ago | New York Daily News

Naked woman knifes 3 during Pittsburgh brawl

Allegheny County Housing Authority police were trying to identify the suspect who slashed and stabbed three women during a scuffle outside the McKees Rocks complex on Monday afternoon.

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10 hrs ago | Business Journal

Peduto talks about why city dropped UPMC lawsuit - and the way forward

A thaw in the city's relations with its biggest employer occurred with the dropping of dueling lawsuits, setting the stage for what Mayor Bill Peduto said Tuesday was an opportunity for collaboration to replace courtroom theatrics.

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15 hrs ago | Business Journal

Allegheny County restaurant consumer health alerts

Consumer alerts are placards that are placed on the door of food establishments for a period of time until a violation is corrected.

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19 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Magazine

You Should Know: Jimmy McGuire

When he was 27, a WTAE director asked McGuire, a native of Squirrel Hill, to accompany him to New York City and work on "The Gordon Elliott Show."

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Post-gazette.com

Diana Nelson Jones: Old hardware store displays artistry in staying competitive

Since I was a kid who followed my adults into hardware stores, I have had a weakness for such places, even though rivets, fittings, sockets and elbow joints I wisely leave to the hands of experts.

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Post-gazette.com

Roadwork plan increases Pittsburgh regional spending by 52 percent

If you thought there was a lot of road and bridge work going on the past few years, get ready for more - much more.

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O-R Online

North Strabane photographer shoots across America

Robert Agnew begins each presentation of his photo story by airing the “Pains of Photography,” which includes a list of common inconveniences for photographers.

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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

'Spoofers' target neighbors in Pittsburgh-area phone scam

COULD BE BREAKING SOME RECORDS TOMORROW MORNING ALSO. WE'LL SHOW YOU THAT COMING UP IN JUST A FEW MINUTES.

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Post-gazette.com

Convicted dealer pleads guilty in second drug case

A drug dealer convicted a decade ago for his role in one of Western Pennsylvania's largest narcotics rings pleaded guilty this morning in another major drug case involving another of the same players and supplied by a Mexican gangster in California who has been deported five times.

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WPXI

Judge won't dismiss charges of assaulting Pittsburgh police officer

A Shaler man will continue to fight charges of assaulting a Pittsburgh police officer during a traffic stop in Highland Park.

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Statecollege.com

Get Ready to Sweat: Hot Yoga Arrives in State College

Edward Silver, one of the studio's partners, says all the classes offered are for beginners.

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WPXI

Strong storms prompt flooding, evacuations; Cool temperatures Monday

A strong storm system that moved through much of the Channel 11 viewing area Sunday caused widespread flooding and some evacuations.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Post-gazette.com

Gary Rotstein's The Morning File: Pittsburghers, why are you so unhappy?

Newspapers love bad news, everyone knows, and The Morning File likes to think of itself as a leader of the pack in that regard.

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Post-gazette.com

Why World War I gets short shrift in U.S. schools

Few, if any, probably know that 100 years ago today Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia - the first in what will be a cascade of World War I centennials over the next two weeks, each darker and bloodier than the last.

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O-R Online

PennDOT announces lane closures on Fort Pitt Bridge

The state Department of Transportation is announcing single-lane closures in both directions of the Fort Pitt tunnels and bridge in Pittsburgh this week as crews perform route maintenance and clean the structures.

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