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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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12 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

Sources Sought Notice - 65-- Two (2) Medical Microscopes

This is a sources sought synopsis only. The purpose of this synopsis is to gain knowledge of potential qualified sources and their size classification , small, small disadvantage, or service disabled veteran owned small business) relative to NACIS 339112 .

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16 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Magazine

From Field to Fork

Newcomers are stopping by a farmers market or neighborhood butcher shop for the first time.

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21 hrs ago | WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

City Deli serves its last meal in Pittsburgh

Jim and Libby Calato owned the deli and decided it was time to close its doors after declining business resulting from downsizing corporations nearby.

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Yesterday | Pittsburgh Magazine

Pedal Power

As he pumps past PNC Park on a bike without handlebars, pedestrians do double takes.

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Yesterday | Business Journal

Allegheny County restaurant health code violations

The following restaurants in Allegheny County have received closure orders from the Allegheny County Health Department since April 2014.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Out -of-Towners: A transfixed visitor finds a new city worth a love story

The Pirates game ends and we make our way out, flooding into the night across the Clemente Bridge.

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Business Journal

CMU awards 22 degrees to its first graduating class in Africa

Carnegie Mellon University Thursday graduated its first class in Africa as 22 students were awarded master's degrees in information technology in Kigali, Rwanda.

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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Action News Investigates: City using hidden cameras to catch illegal dumpers

We're talking about the 400 identified illegal dump sites in the city of Pittsburgh.

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Philadelphia Public Record

Are Pennsylvania Population Changes Working Against Corbett?

BY TONY WEST/ Time is not kind to Gov. Tom Corbett's reelection hopes. The Pennsylvania that harbors his political base is not growing.

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Post-gazette.com

Downtown boutique hotel seeks a sweet name for a suite

The Kimpton Hotel Monaco, set to open Downtown this fall, is offering a rare opportunity for Pennsylvania and Ohio residents: the chance to name 12 of its luxury suites.

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WPXI

Traffic Alert: Projects set to begin I-79 in Robinson, Wexford

Traffic restrictions connected to two major Interstate 79 resurfacing projects are set to begin this week, likely causing congestion on portions of one of the region's busiest highways.

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District Administration

Pittsburgh school board rejects charter school expansion

Pittsburgh Public Schools board has unanimously rejected expansion plans by the Environmental Charter School at Frick Park that would have cost the district as much as $11 million a year and unanimously approved changes proposed by Manchester Academic Charter School and Academy Charter School.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Hot List: Ribs at Seven Springs; Chamber Music Pittsburgh;...

Seven Springs Mountain Resort sends out some smoke signals this weekend for the fifth annual Rib & Wing Festival, with the best of BG's BBQ, Smokin' Joe's Hog Wild Barbecue, Pigfoot BBQ, Mojo's Rib Shack and Armadillo's BBQ & Rib Company.

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Examiner.com

Fun day at the Pittsburgh Children's Museum

Pittsburgh Children's Museum , is not only a unique museum for children but it is also a great place for the whole family.

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WPXI

Fire forces several from North Side apartment building

Several families were displaced after flames ripped through a two and a-half story brick apartment building in the North Side Wednesday afternoon.

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Philly.com

Ralph Loucks Rogers, retired research chemist

Ralph Loucks Rogers, 92, formerly of Norwood, Delaware County, a retired research chemist, died Thursday, July 10, of heart failure at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Summer Memories" essay: Lemonade stand added up to little by dad's account

It is the peak of summer, and as you cruise through Pittsburgh's neighborhoods you invariably see a gathering of small children by the curb, waving their arms and hoping that you will buy a glass of lemonade from their stand.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

POP City

Pop Filter Hot Pick: River of Words inaugurates City of Asylum's Garden-to-Garden Artway

City of Asylum, a Pittsburgh-based non-profit that seeks to provide safe haven for writers who are endangered in their own countries, is unfurling their latest community project, The Garden-to-Garden Artway with the help of a trio Venezuelan visitors: writer Israel Centeno, artist Gisela Romero and graphic designer Carolina Arnal.

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POP City

The Neighborhood Flea debuts Saturday in the Strip

A new artisan marketplace is coming to the Strip District. The Neighborhood Flea will feature vintage clothes, repurposed furniture, crafts, food trucks and more at its inaugural market Sat., July 27. Carrie Nardini, organizer of The Neighborhood Flea, started the I Made It Market seven years ago.

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POP City

The Atlantic's City Lab remembers the nostalgic Westinghouse light show

The Atlantic's City Lab recently reflected on the nostalgia of the light show that once stood atop the Westinghouse Electric Supply Company Warehouse on the North Shore.

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