The only Republican running in the special election to fill city council’s District 8 vacancy will remain on the ballot despite a legal challenge questioning his eligibility to hold the office. In a decision handed down Tuesday, Fifth Judicial District Judge Joseph James sided with Republican candidate Rennick Remley who has sought to stay on the March 6 special election ballot despite a residency challenge filed against his campaign. That challenge, which argued that Remley lied in claiming to be a District 8 resident on official campaign paperwork, was the subject of a hearing before Judge James in the City-County Building.
Phillip Injeian Violin Shop, a Downtown icon housed inside a century-old building is set to be demolished to make way for luxury condos. Controversy over the plans highlight the tensions of a city center undergoing change. Take a look inside the violin shop that produces some of the world's best violins and and hear from the the master violinmaker about what he hopes is next.
The Pittsburgh Promise this week announced that it is cutting its scholarship for college tuition to $5,000 — down from $10,000 in ’15, the Post-Gazette reports. This most recent change makes more students eligible for the support, starting with the Class of 2018, and eliminates the "sliding scale" for receiving funding. “In no way do we want our actions to create hardship for anyone and also in no way do we want our actions to come across as ‘we can’t rely on these folks, they keep changing their minds,’” Saleem Ghubril, Promise executive director, said.
Join us as we recognize stellar under-40 individuals pushing Pittsburgh to be a healthier, happier and fitter place. Your ticket includes appetizers, beer, wine and spirits, as well as your chance to meet The Incline's Who's Next: Fitness class, presented by S&T Bank.
Wilson-McGinley, Inc. and Market St. Grocery are providing beer and wine, and you’ll enjoy Highmark Stadium food, as well as samplings from Threadbare Cider and Mead, Liberty Pole Spirits, and Blume Honey Water.
Please consider bringing something to help a neighbor in need stay warm this winter — anything from a scarf or gloves to a gently used jacket or blanket. Donations will go to PNC YMCA.
Where: Highmark Stadium Home of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds at 510 W Station Square Dr. (Station Square)
When: January 31, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
How much: $20 for public | Free for Who's Next: Fitness honorees
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It's Super Bowl week and the Pittsburgh Steelers aren't playing. So there's that. But Steel City still has a dog in the fight. And it's not just about our hatred for the Patriots, although that's a given. It's about what would happen if our cross-state rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles, were to win. Here we delve into the five biggest reasons Pittsburgh should be rooting for the Eagles, and they're probably not the reasons you might think.
It's the best kind of holiday: One that involves chocolate. Celebrate National Hot Chocolate Day today with some sweet sips from Good Food Pittsburgh's round-up of the city's best hot chocolate, featuring homemade marshmallows and dark chocolate. Plus, you can stop by the Milkshake Factory today for BOGO hot chocolate.