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Snow and freezing rain may have caused an accident in Pittsburgh late Sunday night, killing one adult and injuring a child.
What can you get for $100 million? If you're PennDOT, the answer is, and always has been, concrete.
The 50-year-old South Carolina resident has been playing the tuba ever since her days as a student at Harbor Creek High School.
A South Side novelty shop received a friendly call from the authorities last week advising that its "official parking chairs" could lead to fines for anyone trying to use them to hold a parking spot.
In October, the organization announced it would be shutting down next year - and until that point, some never even knew it existed.
Relief for bus riders, finally, in the congested Downtown-to-Oakland corridor may be coming in the form of Pittsburgh's own Bus Rapid Transit system.
The Erie County Salvation Army is looking to soon secure more than $300,000 in funding for a homeless shelter for children to open in the city by August.
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Winwood didn't stop at the '80s He sort of owned the '80s, but not everybody knows that pop- radio hitmaker Steve Winwood has a career as a rock 'n' roller that goes all the way back to 1963.
It's the kind of accolade that will give revelers an excuse to party while making those concerned over alcohol-motivated bad behavior cringe.
The Peoples Gas Holiday Market , which earlier this year won a Merit Award from the International Downtown Association , is back up and running in Downtown Pittsburgh's Market Square.
Yes, it is Christmas again on Walnut Street and the shops are open and ready. From kinky boots to knitted holiday ornaments hand made in Peru the mood is festive and the street is humming.
A major property in the heart of the Camp Horne Road corridor is back on the market.