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Some city potholes are filled quicker than others
On her morning drive to work, the Brookline baker rumbles over craters the size of her cakes.
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.
Local Ukrainians organize tribute
Last year, Taras Filenko, a longtime student and professor at Ukraine's Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music, was staying at the Hotel Ukraine, which overlooks Kiev's Independence Square, to judge a music competition.
Years of neglect create potholes aplenty in city
Pittsburgh's pervasive pothole problem has its roots in decades of neglect as financial problems and other priorities caused the city to fall far short of the paving needed to keep the roads in good repair.
Chatham graduates express shock at possible co-ed move, wage fight to ...
They reminisced about a campus nurturing enough to help them develop skills they would need to thrive in fields still dominated by men.
PA: Port Authority of Allegheny County CEO McLean Battle-Tested
During her six years as Pittsburgh's chief financial officer under former Mayor Tom Murphy, McLean sparred with City Council and other officials in tumultuous financial times but built relationships to help advance reforms.
Carnegie Science Center plan stumbles out of the gate
The Carnegie Science Center is hoping to raise $55 million to renovate and expand its building so it can attract major exhibitions and make science and technology education more lively, especially for youngsters.
West Elm furniture coming to Bakery Square
West Elm , a retailer of modern, high-end furniture and housewares has signed a lease and will move into Bakery Square this fall.
Anna Frances Smith Cechura, 66, of Washington Street, died Saturday evening at UPMC Shadyside, Pittsburgh, PA with her family at her side.