Pittsburgh stakeholders disagree on how to fund affordable-housing programs

Pittsburgh stakeholders disagree on how to fund affordable-housing programs

“At some point, you have to take action if you honestly say you believe in this.”


Pittsburgh nonprofits working to reduce transmission of HIV

“PrEP is for women, men, people of all genders and trans folks.”

Backyard Bioluminescence

It’s nearly firefly season in Western Pennsylvania

Jury selection in sexual-assault cases like Bill Cosby’s present unique challenges

“You have to get jurors to give up their script and listen to the evidence presented.”

Congressman Keith Rothfus could be in danger as three Democratic challengers step up

“The Left is so angry that I even have 3 liberal opponents who have announced their campaigns to defeat me.”

Morose & Macabre’s annual Atrocity Exhibition returns to the Rex Theater

Scenes from the annual showcase of the bizarre, the dark and the disturbing

Allegheny County Judge Lester Nauhaus proposes defendant pay ‘$1 a touch’ for contact with 15-year-old girl

“Getting told I’m worth $6? It crushes me.”

Violent Woodland Hills incidents shed light on the role of law enforcement in schools

“Do we really want to turn all of our kids into criminals? That’s not what schools are for.”

Focus on Unblurred

Scenes from this month’s First Friday Unblurred art-gallery crawl on Penn Avenue

Allegheny County Judge Lester Nauhaus initially fines defendant ‘$1 a touch’ for contact with 15-year-old girl

District Attorney Stephen Zappala says comments could lead to official complaint

Pittsburgh Public School District board candidates participate in education forum

There are three contested races for the Pittsburgh Public School Board in the upcoming May primary.

Can John Welch rise above the circus surrounding the Pittsburgh mayoral election to be a viable challenger to Bill Peduto?

“Welch’s campaign has been very much ignored in a lot of communities.”

Mayor of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh City Council District 4

Allegheny County Council District 12

Pennsylvania Superior Court gives surviving partners of long-time same-sex relationships the right to prove common-law marriage

“They had 17 years of marriage, they just never had a wedding day.”

Girls Write Pittsburgh is helping local kids explore their creativity and themselves

“I learned a lot of stuff, as a person and a writer, the hard way.”

New Pittsburgh-based video series will bring some much needed heroines to the Steel City

“Do you want to play a supervillain in a live-action video series?”



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