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.
We asked them. Some answered.
They’re seeking a change to the Code of Student Conduct.
Envision Downtown is hosting a pop-up this week between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
More passenger trains from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg? State legislators and advocates are still pushing
A resolution asks the state to study the cost of infrastructure updates needed to make additional service possible.
The city’s land bank has released a draft of its policies and procedures and wants public input.
You’re invited to celebrate this Who’s Next class at a party at Wigle Whiskey, sponsored by S&T Bank and Uber.
Gambling addicts on this list can be criminally charged. A local state rep. wants them to get treatment, too.
Pennsylvania’s self-exclusion list allows people to voluntarily ban themselves from casinos.
“It’s important to have one in the city,” Dr. Shannon Thieroff said.
There’s a rally at 4 this afternoon at the City-County Building.
Several women-owned businesses plan to close as part of the International Women’s Strike.
They’ve introduced a bill that would require all Pa. employers to use E-Verify, a federal program that determines if a person can work legally in the U.S.
The Mews on Butler would cost around $400,000 a home.
The Larimer brewery calls in a mobile canning company so you can enjoy Big Hop.
Karina Ricks is the former associate director of D.C.’s Department of Transportation.
It’s the latest in a saga that began with eviction notices and has moved to lawsuits.
Several people who gathered to see Murphy said they had no plans to be disruptive.
Elected officials including Mayor Bill Peduto will discuss the research at an event tonight at the Fetterman’s house.
One member, Rep. Tony DeLuca, has again introduced a bill to penalize business owners who employ undocumented immigrants.
Meanwhile, the city says it is “continuing to evaluate and explore options” for bike lanes on Fort Pitt Boulevard.
Meanwhile, dozens of people marched in Beechview to support Pittsburgh’s Latino and immigrant communities.