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I first moved to Pittsburgh from northern Virginia as a college freshman in 2005.
With clients as diverse as Wiz Khalifa and state Democratic leader Jay Costa and with enterprises that have just opened or are still a dream these young women entrepreneurs still have much in common.They all say that Pittsburgh is great place to start up a business, if you remember that life and business are all about relationships.
Allegheny County is already part of the Great Allegheny Passage, a trail that runs from here to Cumberland, Md.
After getting its first real green lanes in Bloomfield last summer, Pittsburgh is one of six American cities that will receive funding and assistance toward establishing safer, dedicated bicycle lanes under the cycling advocacy group PeopleForBikes ' Green Lane Project .
Pitt alum and Greenfield resident Nickolay Lamm has gotten a lot of press this week surrounding his creation of a 'normal Barbie.'
Walnut Capital has had a hard time finding the right use for the retail/restaurant space at 1400 Smallman Street in the Strip District so they've opted to tear it down and start over.
West Chester University's Council of Trustees has become increasingly frustrated with the state's higher education system and is solidly behind proposed legislation that would allow the school to explore withdrawing from it, a board member said.
The U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force arrested a man Tuesday wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in the Marshall-Shadeland area last month.
Registration has begun for the fourth year of PGU, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's continuing education outreach program.
A judge has set the bail for a man accused of starting a fire that killed three Pittsburgh firefighters in 1995 as he awaits a new trial.
Northeastern Pennsylvania has had more trouble than most of the state in recovering from the Great Recession.
Ex-Pittsburgh police chief Nate Harper and his new lawyer will go before a judge Tuesday to seek a sentence reduction.
The cigarette machine, once a ubiquitous fixture in bars and restaurants, has all but vanished.
A new development team is working to take over a site in in the Bellefield area of Oakland at the corner of Centre Avenue and North Craig Street.
James Franklin motions to a corner of his sprawling office that's occupied by stacked, unpacked boxes.
A judge has granted what could be considered a split decision in the bond hearing for Greg Brown, the man who has served 19 years in prison for a house fire in Homewood-Brushton that killed three Pittsburgh firefighters.