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A landlord facing an avalanche of building and health code violations for a row of town houses and a neighboring apartment complex in Carrick will have until the end of the month to clear out the remaining tenants before his next appearance in front of a local judge.
David Dausey has talked with local employers, workers and health plan administrators since Highmark and UPMC agreed June 28 to keep UPMC Hamot and other "rural" UPMC hospitals in Highmark's provider network.
The traditional Pittsburgh driver knows the route to travel to avoid crossing the same river twice in one trip.
Penn State University and the University of Pittsburgh are natural rivals and, in many ways, that is a very good thing for the commonwealth.
Union janitors rallied Friday outside UPMC Shadyside Hospital, calling for reinstatement of 10 people whose jobs were eliminated when the health system ended a janitorial contract at an adjacent medical office building.
Many people gathered Friday morning outside the Shadyside Medical Building to protest what they say is UPMC's retaliatory firing of union janitors.
An optimist might regard it as a chance to broaden one's horizons rather than just an annoying tunnel closure.
Pittsburgh police were called to Roup Avenue when a woman in her 20s reported that she went out for a run and was confronted by a man with a knife Thursday afternoon.
A lawsuit filed by a Crafton Heights woman against a Trafford-based chocolatier, alleging discrimination in employment, has resolved, according to a stipulation filed in federal court today.
Tree Pittsburgh got a little help from a special breed of volunteers Tues., July 8 when 30 goats lent their efforts to a hillside restoration project in Polish Hill.
With plenty of riders, drivers and elected officials present, and even a baby sporting that pink moustache, local officials asked the Public Utility Commission to grant an emergency temporary license to allow Uber and Lyft to operate pending final approval of their permanent license.
Two recently graduated high school seniors were honored with the Homeless Children Education Fund's inaugural Hope Through Learning Scholarship awards this afternoon at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
Pretrial motions are underway in the case of a University of Pittsburgh researcher who is accused of poisoning his wife.
According to police, a 42-year-old woman was attempting to use the MAC machine in the 800 block of Brookline Boulevard around 6 a.m. Monday when she was approached from behind by an unknown man.
This October, Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh will make its debut as Kimpton's first-ever hotel in the Steel City and, according to the company, will be downtown Pittsburgh's first luxury boutique hotel.
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Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 01:42 am
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