15 new employment listings curated from throughout the region
Compiled by Lisa Cunningham
Looking for a new job in Pittsburgh? We searched through local employment guides to curate a list of the best job openings throughout the region, including positions at Literacy Pittsburgh, CCAC, Ramen Bar, and more.
State Rep. Austin Davis' campaign tour for Pennsylvania lieutenant governor brought him back to his native Allegheny County today, where he urged supporters to back his positions on education, the economy, and community safety.
The Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee has scheduled four hearings in Pittsburgh over the next week to discuss issues ranging from tax breaks for first responders to the future of healthcare following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe V. Wade. All four hearings will be open to the public.
Allegheny County is back in the CDC's highest community infection tier following a steady rise of new infections throughout July. The CDC recommends indoor mask-wearing, staying up-to-date with vaccines, and testing whenever symptoms appear.
Volunteer court watchers dressed in white filed into Judge Anthony Mariani's common pleas courtroom this morning in protest of his conduct toward defendants. The demonstration was coordinated by staff from the Abolitionist Law Center and the family of Gerald Thomas who died earlier this year aged 26 after collapsing in Allegheny County Jail...
Pittsburgh residents can now register to drop off electronic and chemical waste during designated collection days at the Department of Public Works Environmental Services facility in the Strip District.
Penn State Extension and the Department of Agriculture recommend that travelers monitor their vehicles for spotted lanternflies before beginning a trip. This time of year, residents are most likely to see late-stage nymphs or adult flies, according to a Penn State guide.
Lynn is discussing the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision to uphold the states mail voting law after a long legal fight. Plus the Republicans turning on a dime to hold up the PACT Act bill in the Senate and then after pressure, especially from advocate Jon Stewart, they turned on a dime again and voted for it...