Friday Nov 29
U.S. Steel's lower taxes causing budget headaches
A succession of successful tax appeals by U.S. Steel earlier this year, resulting in the assessed value of some of its major properties in Allegheny County plummeting by millions of dollars, has put big dents in municipal and school budgets.
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Patron robbed at The Coopers Tavern
A 27-year-old woman was the victim of a purse theft Friday night at The Coopers Tavern on West Mifflin Street.
Former Trainer Files Lawsuit Against Gym, Claims Boss Made Racial Slurs
Rose says he worked at the gym in West Mifflin for two years. He says he loved his job as a personal trainer, but he also says his work environment was hostile.
100 block of State Street to be closed Saturday
J.H. Findorff will be assembling a crane in the 100 block of State Street between West Day and West Mifflin streets, according to a release.
Thought school was tough? Stigma of mental illness makes it tougher
Getting kids to encourage their classmates to stop stigmatizing mental health issues is somewhat uncharted territory, which is one of the reasons Pittsburgh Cares is teaming with Allegheny County to devise new school-based programs around this issue.
Macey re-elected to Allegheny County council's District 9 by nearly 2-1 margin
Allegheny County Councilman Bob Macey cited his ability to work well with colleagues and for constituents as keys to his re-election victory on Tuesday.