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Located at the point where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet in Western Pennsylvania, its downtown area is a unique triangular shape. Still known as the Steel City although the steel industry has been in much decline in recent years, the area has taken great strides to reinvent itself from its blue collar past and now always rates highly in annual livability surveys.
Local Newspapers: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Carnegie Mellon University Duquesne University Robert Morris University
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Youngsters in Peters Township build bridges to education
With a lesson that involves the likes of gumdrops and marshmallows, the youngsters had an obvious question: When do we eat? But the students at Goddard School for Early Childhood Development in Peters Township were content to wait as they used the goodies for their intended purpose: building bridges.In US, some Holocaust survivors fear having to hide Jewish identity again
After Pittsburgh massacre and with anti-Semitism on the rise, those who lived through humanity's darkest period underline worries of history repeating itself A person holds a sign during a protest gathering on the block of the Jewish Community Center in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, where the funeral for Dr. Jerry Rabinowitz, Tuesday Oct. 30, 2018. NEW YORK - They survived the Europe of the Holocaust.Lanxess to Boost Global Production of Flame Retardants
Lanxess, Pittsburgh, Penn., is planning to invest nearly $230 million over the next three years to expand its global asset base for flame retardant additives. The company boasts a strongly backward integrated production network for bromine and phosphorus based flame retardants with plants in the U.S. , Germany , France and the United Kingdom .South Hills celebrates Chanukah
A downtown, for-profit trade school is calling it quits. Despite a pledge that it would stay open until September 2019, Brightwood Career Institute, located at 933 Penn Ave., will close its doors on Friday, according to a report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.Pushing Back the Darkness in Pittsburgh
I was walking somewhere I was afraid to go, even though I had been there many times before. But I had not been to a religious service at the Tree of Life synagogue-where my husband is the rabbi of New Light Congregation-in more than 30 days, since a shooter killed 11 people in that spot.Infant Ibuprofen Sold At CVS, Walmart, Family Dollar Recalled
Pittsburgh Native Lowers Flag On USS George H.W. Bush A Pittsburgh native aboard the USS George H.W. Bush lowered the American flag the day after the former president died.BWW Review: Roundhouse Theatre's Gem of the Ocean a Brilliant, Living Homage to August Wilson
Any time you make a visit to the Hill district in Pittsburgh, with August Wilson as your guide, you must be prepared for some serious schooling. The cultural and historical references that inform all of his Century Cycle plays run as deep as can possibly be imagined, only deeper.Panel discusses diversity in wake of Tree of Life massacre
Mario C. Browne, director of the University of Pittsburgh's Office of Urban Sciences Diversity, speaks during a panel discussion at Upper St. Clair Township Library to talk about diversity following the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre. He was joined by Rabbi Ron Symons of the South Hills Jewish Community Center; Diane Ford, a South Hills-based consultant; Al-Walid Mohsen, board president at the Atahweed Islamic Center; and Priyesh Shah, president of the Gujarati Samaj or Greater Pittsburgh.City councilman: Upcoming gun expo not welcome in Pittsburgh Source: WPXI
Councilman Ricky Burgess said gun violence in our community has to stop and stopping gun shows is a logical step in the right direction. "After the horrific incident incident in Squirrel Hill, we still have families mourning that incident," Burgess said.Parkway East inbound to close for several days in late December Source: WPXI
A days-long closure of the Parkway East inbound in Pittsburgh will go into effect at the end of December, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The closure between the Boulevard of the Allies/Liberty Bridge off-ramp and the Grant Street on-ramp will start at 6 a.m. Dec. 26 and last until 10 a.m. Dec. 30. If you want to receive BREAKING ALERTS, please download our WPXI News App .Abba Java Coffee House Provides Free Coffee & A Warm Welcome
There are hundreds of thousands of church basements in America, but none are quite like the space beneath Saint Paul's United Methodist Church's auxiliary building in downtown State College. That space, which is located on the corner of Locust Lane and Calder Way, is home to Abba Java Coffee House.Youngsters in Peters Township build bridges to education
With a lesson that involves the likes of gumdrops and marshmallows, the youngsters had an obvious question: When do we eat? But the students at Goddard School for Early Childhood Development in Peters Township were content to wait as they used the goodies for their intended purpose: building bridges. Plastic cups, straws, Q-tips, pipe cleaners, rubber bands and dried spaghetti noodles also served as construction materials as the children wrapped up a week of learning all about bridges in a special project to advance their understanding of STEAM, the subjects of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.Pittsburgh companies to share workforce development strategies at...
By 2014, Pitt Ohio realized that the application flow it was receiving from professional drivers was slowing to the point where the Strip District-based transportation firm, which employs about 1,800 drivers across eight states and hires 200 to 250 per year, knew it had to take action.Butler police seek strangulation suspectDecember 3, 2018 -
Butler police are seeking the public's help in finding a city man wanted in the alleged assault of a juvenile Sunday evening. A felony arrest warrant has been issued for 37-year-old Danny Nichols, according to a police news release.Synagogue holds Hannukah ceremony at mass shooting site
Sunday's public lighting of a Menorah outside a Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were killed in a mass shooting was an opportunity to honor the dead, mark Hanukkah's theme of survival and allow the communit Synagogue holds Hannukah ceremony at mass shooting site Sunday's public lighting of a Menorah outside a Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were killed in a mass shooting was an opportunity to honor the dead, mark Hanukkah's theme of survival and allow the communit Check out this story on yorkdispatch.com: https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/news/local/pennsylvania/2018/12/03/synagogue-holds-hannukah-ceremony-mass-shooting-site/38662227/ Rabbi Jeffrey Myers watches the installation of a menorah outside the Tree of Life Synagogue before holding a celebration on the first night of Hanukkah, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018, in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.Steelers Fall To Chargers 33-30
Menorah Lighting Held Outside Tree Of Life Synagogue The start of Hannukah is taking on even greater significance this year, and nowhere more so than in Pittsburgh and at Tree Of Life Synagogue. Fatal Crash Shuts Down Saxonburg Blvd. In Indiana Twp.
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