Will the weather affect voter turnout? Maybe — but not as much as the races on the ballot.
Democracy in (last-minute) action.
Brush up on your opinions about city employee compensation and statewide property tax exemptions.
These Carnegie Mellon students want self-driving cars to help underserved areas of Pittsburgh access public transit
The class will give its policy recommendations to city council later this year.
An upcoming analysis will look at gender inequities in the city workforce — and across Pittsburgh.
“I realized that just like all these women out there, I, too, had a filing cabinet full of experiences to share,” the council member said.
City Council on Tuesday recognized The Incline’s 1st anniversary with a proclamation declaring today “The Incline Day”
The robot car wasn’t in self-driving mode during the crash, police said.
The post-agenda meeting is 1:30 p.m. Monday.
“We can definitely do a better job,” one official said, “but what that looks like has yet to be seen.”
Pittsburgh’s Phil Coyne, the legendary Pirates usher who’s seen 81 seasons with the team, gets his own day
“He hopes to continue for his 82nd season as an usher if his mind and body allow him to return,” a Pittsburgh City Council proclamation states.
On the agenda: Figuring out how to pay for the affordable housing trust fund and maybe a little drama?
An Allegheny County election integrity coalition won’t get a ballot question but is still pushing for new laws
Their aim is to get Allegheny County Council to create a commission to review voting machines.