51 min ago
Erie Times News
Penn State's Franklin cherishes memories of time spent in Pittsburgh
James Franklin motions to a corner of his sprawling office that's occupied by stacked, unpacked boxes.
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6 hrs ago
Judge Grants Bond For Suspect Bricelyn Street Fatal Fire Suspect
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.
9 hrs ago
Herald Star Online
Agnes - Bonnie' Catherine (McElwain) Schlotter Coyle
COYLE, Agnes "Bonnie" Catherine Schlotter, 83, of Follansbee, WV, passed away on Saturday, March 8, 2014, at Lifeline Hospital, Wintersville, OH.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Can opponents of standardized school tests succeed?
One of them was Squirrel Hill North parent Kathy Newman, who thinks the number could double this year, but still will remain small.
The Island Packet
Former Hilton Head resident, Army veteran jailed in Pa. to face murder trial in May
A former Hilton Head Island resident and Iraq War veteran will stand trial for murder in Pennsylvania in May, according to his attorney.
Cash, lottery tickets stolen from gas station
State police are investigating after someone reportedly smashed the front door of an Exxon station in Lebanon County and got away with money and lottery tickets.
LEGENDARY is an overused word, but in the case of Porky Chedwick, Pittsburgh's "Daddio of the Raddio," who died at 96 last Sunday, legend is the right word.
Soaking up the rain
Over the years, as Pittsburgh's urban landscape has expanded, roads, buildings and parking lots have taken over natural, rain-absorbing green spaces, creating streambeds of concrete and asphalt that channel stormwater and debris into our overburdened sewer systems.
Close-ups of eagles bring dose of reality
Bald eagles are majestic, beautiful animals, and the adventures of a nesting pair within Pittsburgh city limits are testament to a new environmental self-awareness.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Pittsburgh startups, advocates may risk 'accelerator fatigue'
Going into a boot camp held by East Liberty startup accelerator Thrill Mill last month, Mark Visco's business plan to use college students' online data to narrow their interests into career paths was already more than a year along.
Community Rallies Around Man Shot, Paralyzed During 2012 Traffic Stop
More than 200 people gathered for a 20-year-old man who they say was the victim of alleged police brutality during a traffic stop in 2012.
Wolf Garners Big Endorsements In Pittsburgh
More than two dozen Allegheny County elected officials and Democratic Party leaders endorsed Tom Wolf for governor on Saturday afternoon.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Historical Marker Going In At Site of Old St. Nicholas Church
A steam shovel reshapes the landscape by Route 28 on the North Side. It's just down the road from the site of the first Croatian Roman Catholic Church in the western hemisphere.
EXCLUSIVE: A possible buyer emerges for the Cork Factory
The Cork Factory Lofts is close to being sold to GMH Associates Inc., a Newtown Square-based firm that is also building a 376-unit apartment complex at Southpointe, sources say.
10 Things to Do in Pittsburgh Over Spring Break
If you asked the average in-state Penn State student where their hometown is, most would say that they live "right outside" either Pittsburgh or Philadelphia.
DNA links neighbor to slain sisters' murder as he proclaims he is '100 per cent innocent'
Alleged reclusive Bitcoin founder flees reporters in car chase before DENYING everything: Ex-defense contractor accused of sitting on $657M says he's never even heard of digital currency Sarah and Susan Wolfe were found shot to death in the basement of the home they shared in Pittsburgh on February 7 Their neighbor, 43-year-old Allen Darell Wade, ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
SEIU: No new protests planned
The UPMC protests on Monday. SEIU said it had no plans for a new protest following a meeting by Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC's Jeffrey Romoff.
Car infrastructure turns into bike/ped infrastructure in Pittsburgh & Charleston
It's no secret-the United States has heavily overbuilt its transportation infrastructure for the car.
Vacation Layaway Offers Advantages, But It's Not For Everyone
"I think that's an awesome idea, because a lot of people can't afford to pay for things right away," said Heather Harris, of Ambridge.
East Liberty double homicide suspect once helped police in murder-for-hire case
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