Sarah Anne hails from the District of Columbia, where she served as managing editor of the alt-weekly Washington City Paper and editor-in-chief of DCist, a local site that covers news, food and culture. Before that, she blogged about national news and pop culture for The Washington Post.
She’s covered everything from pedestrian and transportation issues topolitics and, most notably, the District’s family homelessness crisis. Sarah Anne is a graduate of American University and was raised in Alexandria, Va., and Lancaster, Pa.
Four miles of city streets become a pedestrian paradise this Sunday.
The state is expected to issue permits to open medical marijuana dispensaries and grow/processing facilities next month.
“The customers of PWSA need to know that their water is safe and that they are properly billed for their usage.”
Including closing a background check loophole and allowing guns in schools
As of Tuesday morning, a sign on the door stated, “We are closed. Sorry for the inconvenience.”
And then? “After that, I can’t even begin to make a prediction of what could be on the horizon.”
A package of voting reform bills are again stuck in the committee. Another lawmaker is trying to avoid that fate.
Chart: We likely just saw Allegheny County’s worst voter turnout for an off-year primary in a decade
Not that turnout in off-year primaries has been super great.
The city’s ordinance suffered another legal defeat Wednesday.
The ward chair and roofer defeated Natalia Rudiak’s chief of staff after a contentious battle — his fourth shot at the seat.
Later this month, we’ll host a happy hour for the honorees at Alloy 26 — and you’re invited!
He’s painting himself as the left-of-progressive choice to Peduto. Is he?
It’s too late to register, but it’s not too late to get informed.
Answer: It depends on the seat.
Get to know Democrats Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch before Tuesday’s primary.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to end indoor smoking exemptions.
District 6’s Daniel Lavelle doesn’t want to be a career politician, but there’s still work to do in his Pittsburgh neighborhoods
The Pittsburgh City Council member is running unopposed in the May 16 primary to keep his seat.
You have a mental map because you love Pittsburgh. But also: The roads here are crazy.
This group wants to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Squirrel Hill — and has the backing of Allegheny County’s first executive
Keystone Relief Centers will hold a public meeting with Councilman Corey O’Connor’s office May 17.
The Sierra Club hopes the city is “Ready for 100.”