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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
Towns/Cities near pittsburgh, pennsylvania : Millvale Wilkinsburg Edgewood Mt Oliver Green Tree McKees Rocks Dormont Carnegie Crafton Ingram Brentwood

Pittsburgh News
As part of National Walkout Day, Pittsburgh-area students demonstrate, call for stricter gun laws

On March 14, thousands of students across the Pittsburgh region walked out of their classes to express their frustration with inaction from state and federal legislators on gun control. More than two dozen schools in the area participated in some kind of demonstration as part of National Walkout Day, whether it was an actual walkout, a discussion or a rally in the name of protesting gun-violence and mass shootings.

Pittsburgh researcher discusses Amazon HQ2 in Charleroi

Jeff Burd, second from right, founder of the Tall Timber Group research firm in Pittsburgh, chats with, from left, Debra Keefer, executive director of Mon Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce; Jeff M. Kotula, president of Washington County Chamber of Commerce; and Armand Ferrara, president of the Mon chamber, during a meeting Tuesday in Charleroi ... (more)

PA: Bus Rapid Transit Plan Could Jeopardize Mon Valley Bus Service With No Clear Replacement

A Bus Rapid Transit, or BRT system has been in the works in one form or another for more than a decade in Pittsburgh. It has been hailed as a way to make public transportation more efficient and more appealing, as well as a means to support economic growth in the region.

Spike in crime prompts Pittsburgh police to launch initiative Source: WPXI

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Under spotlight, special Pa. House race goes to voters

Saccone is running against Democrat Con... . Cecil Roberts, president of the United Mine Workers, left, lifts up Democratic candidate Conor Lamb's hand as the crowd erupts in cheers and chants during a rally, Sunday, March 11, 2018, at the G... .

See where neighborhoods fall on a ranking of best places to live

See how your neighborhood measures up in Niche's 2018 Best Places to Live rankings.

Pittsburgh's Coolest Offices: Philips

Welcome to Pittsburgh Business Times' Coolest Offices. We will showcase interesting, inspiring and attractive office spaces in the Pittsburgh region every week.

Mountain Top supermarket seeks liquor license

Access the Citizens' Voice e-Edition on your computer or smart device in its original print format. Home delivery subscribers can read it free! Digital Only Subscription Read the digital e-Edition of The Citizens' Voice on your PC or mobile device, and have 24/7 access to breaking news, local sports, contests, and more at or on our mobile apps.

Future could hold new possibilities for McGinnis Sisters brand

"What we're doing right now is that we're closing the stores as they currently are," Jennifer Daurora, director of operations for McGinnis Sisters Special Food Stores, said about the locations in Brentwood and Monroeville. "But we're not ruling out some other type of format in the future or some opportunities, because we know that Pittsburgh supports our family brand and so many of the wonderful products we carry," she asserted.

A celebration of orchids

The Orchid Society of Western Pennsylvania will hold its annual orchid show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 17 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 18 at Phipps Garden Center, 1059 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh.

Proud to be from Pittsburgh: Steel Chef Source: WPXI

Pittsburgh's food scene is growing, and has received national attention for the caliber of chefs and restaurants in town. Six chefs from those restaurants have been volunteering with local students, offering mentorship and guidance.

Liz Kilmer Source: WPXI

As a Pennsylvania native, Liz Kilmer is thrilled to return to the Keystone State and provide "yinz" the latest news as you wake up each morning. Before moving to Pittsburgh, Liz was a general assignment reporter for WAVY-TV in the Virginia Beach area.

Wagner transitions from write-in opposition toa

About four years after running against an establishment GOP choice for state senator, Scott Wagner is the state GOP's choice for governor. So what's changed? Wagner transitions from write-in opposition to GOP frontman About four years after running against an establishment GOP choice for state senator, Scott Wagner is the state GOP's choice for governor.

Strip terminal near agreement for developer but not arts institution

The board of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh has voted to give conditional approval for a 99-year lease of the Strip District's five-block-long terminal building to Chicago-based McCaffery Interests.

Church to hold deacon formation class

In this file photo, Bishop David Zubik approaches the altar at St. Paul Cathedral to celebrate the Mass of Remembrance and Healing.

Pittsburgh man arrested in Chartiers burglary

A Pittsburgh man was arrested Wednesday by a member of the state police Organized Crime Task Force after he allegedly sold items reported stolen earlier in the week from a Chartiers Township home.

'Will & Grace' features paintings by Pittsburgh artist Source: WPXI

"Will & Grace" will feature three of Pittsburgh artist Johno Prascak's colorful Enamel paintings in tonight's episode at 9 p.m. on Channel 11. Prascak was thrilled to receive a text from the show's executive producer today telling him that his paintings, "Tomatoes," "Heart #1" and "Heart #2," will appear in the "bridal shower scene" of the episode titled "Sweatshop Annie & The Annoying Baby Shower." This isn't the first time for Prascak, and it won't be the last.

PA: Port Authority CEO Rethinks Scrapping Mon Valley Service to Downtown Pittsburgh

March 07--Port Authority of Allegheny County's new CEO is reevaluating a plan to cut nonstop bus service from the Mon Valley to Downtown Pittsburgh as a rider-led effort to keep the service is gaining steam. A petition is asking Port Authority to reconsider the proposed service cuts, which would take effect when the agency's planned Bus Rapid Transit system begins operating.

Community Bank reveals plans for corporate center in North Franklin

The center will be at 2111 North Franklin Drive, in the building formerly occupied by Jumper's Junction, a restaurant and banquet facility near Wild Things Stadium.

How will Pittsburgh pay for cleanup from dozens of landslides across the city? Source: WPXI

Over the last several weeks there have been more than a dozen landslides in Pittsburgh alone, forcing residents to evacuate their homes often with little more than what's on their backs. It's why Mayor Bill Peduto gathered several members of his administration yesterday to discuss the issue and how it can be solved.

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