The new contract negotiations ask for a wage increase and improved health-care benefits
Mihalek is currently running for state House in Upper St. Clair. She also ran as a Republican for state Senate in 2015.
“We’ve seen some dips, but things have kind of leveled off a little bit."
The old Little Italy was built for the immigrants who came to America around the same time. The modern Little Italy is based on that history.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro released report uncovering alleged sexual abuses of children by priests
Data from Zillow shows 2018 rents have increased 2.8 percent for poorer residents, while rents for wealthier residents have decreased 2.7 percent.
A double-stacked train derailed about a mile from where a community is fighting a double-stacked train proposal.
The Strip’s business district has 236 metered parking spots, but 1100 people use bus stops and hundreds ride bikes through daily.
Influence of Pittsburgh’s late arts icon still being felt more than 30 years after Andy Warhol’s death
Boating festival anticipate brining up to 800,000 to Pittsburgh’s confluence
The event will give couples direct access to dozens of LGBTQ-friendly wedding vendors
Stan Gordon has dedicated almost 60 years to researching Bigfoot, UFOs, cryptids and other unusual phenomena
Wheatley says legal marijuana could help fill the state budget and reduce criminal-justice costs.
Site of old Bally’s Sports Club on Sixth Street could house six-screen multiplex within a few years
Costa said gubernatorial candidates typically release returns and voters deserve transparency.
The Pittsburgh-based Scoobi scooter company has 100 scooters available to rent in East End, Downtown, North Shore and South Side.
Funky Fly Project performs; YNGBLKPGH's Brian Burley will host
Katharine Eagan Kelleman favors “small things that add up to a better agency”
Instagram collective @SteelCityGrammers takes us on a summer tour of Pittsburgh