Mark Southers in PPTCO's first venue, the Garfield Theatre, promoting the first play of the Cycle, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."
PNC is letting Pittsburgh know it's nearing occupancy - likely in November - at 500 Smithfield St. by unfurling four banners Friday on the building's exterior.
The glass door of a barbershop was shattered and shell casings littered a Knoxville street after two people were shot Wednesday afternoon.
Led by Ronell Guy, center, North Side residents and stakeholders rally and march to protest expansion of the Mexican War Streets Historic District into their neighborhood.
Members of the Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Pittsburgh combined fun and a desire to help the region's young people.
Vacation Bible School JUNE 19-Antioch Baptist Church, 332 Elizabeth St., Sewickley, will host their annual Vacation Bible School from 6-8 p.m. The theme is "Hip Hop Hope."
A brand new 96-unit luxury apartment building in the Strip Distrct held its grand opening last Thursday.
A man who's suspected of burglarizing an Oakland home was in custody early Wednesday after a search that involved dozens of police officers canvassing the neighborhood and a hillside near the Parkway East.
Patrons of The Andy Warhol Museum expect to see a little Marilyn Monroe, some Campbell's soup cans, a picture or two of Elvis.
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.
Pittsburgh police are asking for help from the public as they search for two suspects wanted in connection with a knifepoint robbery on a street in Squirrel Hill.
Attorney Bob Stewart walks with Fred Crawford as they cross the street before entering the federal courthouse in Downtown Pittsburgh this afternoon.
Just when you thought the Legionella scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs' hospitals in Pittsburgh couldn't get any worse, it explodes.
One of two new signs on the landmark Koppers Building was unveiled Monday on the William Penn Place side of the 34-story Art Deco office tower.
This historical photo is when the art cart was on wheels. Today it is more of a mini-festival and the art projects are set up under tents in the parks.
City officials in Pittsburgh, PA, hope to reduce building cooling costs by as much as 15 percent by installing white, solar-reflective coatings to the roofs of 10 city-owned buildings.