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Located at the point where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet in Western Pennsylvania, its downtown area is a unique triangular shape. Still known as the Steel City although the steel industry has been in much decline in recent years, the area has taken great strides to reinvent itself from its blue collar past and now always rates highly in annual livability surveys.

Population: 312819
Local Newspapers: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Carnegie Mellon University Duquesne University Robert Morris University

Zip Codes associated with pittsburgh, pennsylvania: 15122 15137 15201 15202 15203 15204 15205 15206 15207 15208 15209 15210 15211 15212 15213 15214 15215 15216 15217 15218 15219 15220 15221 15222 15223 15224 15225 15226 15227 15228 15229 15232 15233 15234 15235 15236 15237 15238 15239 15241 15243
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Laborera s electrocution death in Pittsburgh ruled accidental

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Laborer's electrocution death in Pittsburgh ruled accidental

Authorities in western Pennsylvania say the death of a laborer who came into contact with electricity while working on a Pittsburgh home has been ruled accidental. The Allegheny County medical examiner's office said Saturday that 21-year-old Dakota Marshall of Ford City was electrocuted Thursday in the home in the city's Shadyside neighborhood.

Laborer's electrocution death in Pittsburgh ruled accidental

Authorities in western Pennsylvania say the death of a laborer who came into contact with electricity while working on a Pittsburgh home has been ruled accidental. The Allegheny County medical examiner's office said Saturday that 21-year-old Dakota Marshall of Ford City was electrocuted Thursday in the home in the city's Shadyside neighborhood.

The playhouse is the thing

Workers assemble the Movie Theater playhouse in advance of CASA for Kids of Washington County's event that starts Monday at Washington Crown Center.

Work to begin on switchback ramp from Smithfield Street to Mon Wharf trail

As Jay Sukernek looked down the trail that cuts through the Monongahela River wharf Downtown, just two people were sitting along the riverbank, enjoying a sunny Friday. There were no pedestrians and no bicyclists.

Coghill, Deemer compete for city council seat vacated by Rudiak

There is only one contested Pittsburgh City Council race in the May 16 primary but there's enough drama in District 4 to go around. Candidates Anthony Coghill and Ashleigh Deemer live in the same Beechview neighborhood, but see the world through different lenses - and the contest to replace outgoing Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak has split even some former allies.

Build the BRT, please

What do elevated trains, a subway for streetcars, the "spine line" and Maglev have in common? Each was a proposal to bridge the transportation gap between Downtown and Oakland. Each was duly proposed, studied, debated, and left to die a slow, lingering death.

Pitt approves $27 million in renovations to five facilities

The school's properties and facilities committee approved the renovations to the Cathedral of Learning, Chevron Science Center, and Posvar, Scaife and Victoria halls. A timetable for when the projects will begin was not immediately available.

Liberty Bridge to close this weekend

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South Hills resident starts support group for women witha

Walking into her first support group meeting after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, Diane Dinardi's optimism wasn't the same a few hours later walking back out. Sitting in between the group of older men – some in wheel chairs and others unable to speak – she walked out thinking this was what the rest of her life looked like.

Duquesne honoring Strickland, Wideman

Bill Strickland, president and CEO of Manchester Bidwell Corp., and award-winning author John Edgar Wideman will each be presented with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters at Duquesne University's Commencement on May 12. Both are Pittsburgh natives.

New focus on restoring historical theaters in Western Pennsylvania

Small-town America may have been knocked down in recent decades, but don't count it out. Private and public efforts have begun to breathe new life into abandoned main streets as people look for amenities closer to home.

PICT Presents Pittsburgh Premiere of SIVE

On May 4th, PICT Classic Theatre will conclude its 2016-2017 Season at Union Project with John B. Keane 's tragic romance, SIVE. SIVE tells the folk culture story of star crossed lovers, set against the backdrop of the 1950's in County Kerry, Ireland, where the rolling hills and thatch-roofed cottages illustrate both the simplicity and difficulty of everyday life.

Unique Home In Squirrel Hill Aims To Lower Your Utility Bills

TV Welcome to KDKA-TV on CBSPittsburgh.com! KDKA-TV is joining forces with the most trusted local CBS RADIO stations in Pittsburgh to give you the best Pittsburgh has to offer. KDKA-TV is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.

4/20 rally in Easton keeps it legal in call for change to pot laws

Why Thursday? It was 4/20, a code for marijuana use suspected of having started in the 1970s with a group of California high school students. Why Centre Square? It's visible, and the traffic circle provided a natural merry-go-round of motorists honking and waving to voice their support.

April 20, 2017Fitzgerald Announces 2017 Summer Concer...

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald today announced the lineup for the county's 2017 Summer Concert Series at South Park and Hartwood Acres Park, which features Grammy-winning, Tony-winning and platinum-selling artists, including Boz Scaggs, Gin Blossoms, The Mavericks, Con Funk Shun, Larry Carlton and Billy Porter. "Our 2017 summer concert series will be one of the best yet with new sound and lighting equipment at both amphitheaters, local craft beer for sale, more food truck options, and amazing artists," said Fitzgerald.

Recycle those cycles during Peters Townshipa s Cleanup Day

One winter day, Bill Shader was cycling along Sugar Run Road in Nottingham Township when he noticed someone had put four bikes by the street for the trash collector.

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