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Pittsburgh’s District 2 has a lot to offer, but also an awareness problem, says councilmember Theresa Kail-Smith
"There’s something for everybody in District 2," Kail-Smith said.
Circus animals are still allowed in Pittsburgh, and that’s probably not going to change anytime soon
Advocacy group Humane Action Pittsburgh is meeting with the mayor's staff today — the first day of the Shrine Circus at PPG Paints Arena.
"Open discourse and debate are the bedrock of our democracy, therefore attacks on civil liberties cannot be tolerated."
Public safety is a top priority for District 1’s Darlene Harris, whose district’s neighborhoods are ‘coming back’
Want to get involved in District 1? Contact Harris, who's also running for mayor. "I can always find something for them to do."
Download the app, challenge your friends and rescue food.
Pittsburgh public safety job aims to fill gaps in victim aid, while a local leader says it’s a ‘duplication of services’
Applications opened this week for a victim assistance coordinator, which comes with a $52,597 salary.
Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith said the proposal she introduced was not meant to be “adversarial.”
It's one way to close the wage gap for women and minorities, says its introducer, Councilman Dan Gilman.