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Barron P. McCune Jr., left, president and CEO of Community Bank, and Pat G. O'Brien, president and CEO of First Federal, stand together after announcing the merger of the two banks into Community Bank.
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Correspondence to G. Stuart Mendenhall, MD, Department of Cardiac Electrophysiology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Scaife Hall Suite B571.3, 200 Lothrop St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
Pittsburgh City Council on Monday voted to create the Pittsburgh Land Bank, the culmination of weeks of rancorous debate and compromise.
Nancy Pantoni is contesting decisions made by a court-appointed guardian for her disabled son, Dominic.
Bricolage's Fifth Wall series seeks to break down the barriers between scripted storytelling and current events in the world at large.
I was taking a brief break from work this morning to check the headlines on the Post-Gazette and Huffington Post.
A forward-thinking idea to transfer the kinetic energy of forward progress into cell phone-charging electricity has earned two East Liberty startup founders a spot on Popular Science's 2014 Invention Awards list.
Watch a clip from the film "Le Week-End." A British couple return to Paris many years after their honeymoon there in an attempt to rejuvenate their marriage.
Did you really believe roads would be in any better shape while you were paying the same gas tax, motor vehicle registration and driver license fee in 2013 as you did in 1997? It was grata-fying for me to see the Pittsburgh Public Works Department patching Schenley Drive in Oakland on Thursday morning, one of many crews in the city and throughout ... (more)
GRAB YOUR HOOK AND A BOX OF NIGHT CRAWLERS. TROUT SEASON STARTS TOMORROW, 8:00 A.M. FOR PITTSBURGH.
A Pittsburgh Public Schools student in the fifth grade faces disciplinary action and charges after the district says she brought two large kitchen knives to school Monday.
UPMC workers and union organizers will begin a weeklong fast Friday on the sidewalk outside the U.S. Steel Tower in downtown Pittsburgh to communicate the urgency of "financial hardships they face on low wages at the region's largest employer," according to Make it Our UPMC, a union advocacy group.
"I am able to perform the work by also using my hands to touch the material, despite not having peripheral vision and being hearing impaired," said Nickel, 65, an employee of the growing Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh where she, and primarily legally blind workers, works.
The Attack Theatre is hosting their annual fundraiser performance event The Dirty Ball, Saturday April 12 in South Side's Jane Street Warehouse - keeping in their tradition of using underutilized buildings for the event.