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The Pennsylvania Campaign for Women’s Health is hosting a community conversation in Millvale.
Pittsburgh City Council member: There aren’t enough votes to increase tax to pay for affordable housing fund
Theresa Kail-Smith made that claim at a post-agenda hearing Tuesday.
The gift to Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s orchestra will help get musicians back in the pit.
The same thing is happening at campuses across the country.
Healthy Ride 2.0 means new docks — but no dock-blocking.
Person who wants others to dress up like Shrek at Pittsburgh Smash Mouth concert loves ‘Shrek,’ Smash Mouth
“Shrek represents being good and having layers. Smash Mouth represent summertime, fun, and not taking things too seriously.”
Milk chugging, rabbit agility and more!
Hello Neighbor, a mentorship program for families both from and new to the city, is hosting the community event.
They plan to hold a rally and die-in at 4 p.m.
Tell us about a young leader shaping the city’s housing future before 5 p.m. Thursday, July 20.
The vigil is one of several taking part across the state.
Pittsburgh and the developer are trying to work out a dispute in mediation.
The mayor’s on board, too.
The facilities will be located in Carmichaels in Greene County and McKeesport in Allegheny County.
“We think it’s urgent that we have sanctuary city status,” member Greg Godels said.
It’s a potential game-changer for the corridor from Downtown to Oakland — if federal money comes through.
Toast these young lawyers at happy hour in their honor June 28.
Their bills include proposals to permit same-day voting and voting by mail.
That’s why Councilman Corey O’Connor’s office is holding a hearing in July.
It’s happening at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Downtown.