“It’s an opportunity for people to activate and do something.”
Judge Dwayne Woodruff used to play for the Steelers while practicing law.
The mayor is feeling positive about this latest self-driving car deal.
Roses are red, violets are blue. You’re better than fries on a salad, and I’d cross any bridge to get to you.
Argo AI, which expects to add 200 jobs by the end of this year, is headquartered in the city.
The ride-sharing company is reminding you where you went (or should have gone) last year.
Mayor Peduto also wants to know why it takes so long to get lead testing results.
It’s a point-for-point defense of the company’s actions.
Meanwhile, Councilwoman Darlene Harris is apparently eyeing entering the race.
Peduto on Uber’s relationship with Pittsburgh: ‘I can only guess that they are trying to make 2017 better than 2016’
The mayor spoke to The Incline about his disappointment in the company’s CEO following #DeleteUber.
“Customers no are longer are required to boil tap water before consumption,” the city, DEP and water authority said Thursday morning.
“I need to see more interest from them in our communities, both locally and internationally,” Peduto said.