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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

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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. President United States of America

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA v. PRESIDENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; Acting Secretary of United States Department of Health and Human Services; United States Department of Health and Human Services; Secretary of the Treasury; United States Department of the Treasury; Secretary United States Department of Labor; United States Department of Labora <*Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home, Appellant Before: HARDIMAN, BIBAS, and ROTH, Circuit Judges.Nicole J. Boland, Jonathan S. Goldman, Office of Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Civil Division, Litigation Section, Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, PA 17120, Michael J. Fischer [Argued], Office of Attorney General of Pennsylvania, 1600 Arch Street, Suite 300, Philadelphia, PA 19103, Attorneys for Appellee Daniel H. Blomberg, Eric C. Rassbach, Mark L. Rienzi, Lori H. Windham [Argued], Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, 1200 New ... (more)

Diocese of Scranton won't block release of grand jury report

The Diocese of Scranton, along with two other Roman Catholic dioceses in the state, won't stand in the way of a grand jury report expected to detail decades of sex abuse by members of the clergy. "The Diocese of Scranton continues to cooperate fully with the grand jury and has informed the Attorney General's office that it will not challenge the release of the report," Diocese of Scranton spokesman Bill Genello said in an emailed statement Thursday.

Police Beat May 18

Two charged: Derek Heuges, 22, of Manifee, Calif., and Michael Mastand, 20, of Carnegie, will be charged by California police with disorderly conduct after the two reportedly got into a physical confrontation May 6 at Second and Union streets.

Stephen Rea Stars in Cyprus Avenue, Full Cast Announced

The Public Theater will begin previews for a limited eight-week run of The Abbey Theatre and The Royal Court Theatre 's acclaimed production of CYPRUS AVENUE on Saturday, June 2. The new play, written by David Ireland and directed by Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone , features Stephen Rea , who last performed at The Public in 2008 in Sam Shepard 's Kicking a Dead Horse. The run at The Public follows encore engagements at Dublin's Peacock Stage at The Abbey Theatre and the MAC in Belfast .

South Fayette commissioners pledge $200,000 for Route 50 widening project

South Fayette commissioners voted during their May 9 to contribute $200,000 to the recently-announced Route 50 improvement project. The state Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting April 19 in Bridgeville to roll out the details to reconstruct one of the most congested areas in the South Hills.

Lower speeds, extra bike lanes possibly coming to improve cycling safety Source: WPXI

Lower speeds or extra bike lanes could be on the table in parts of Pittsburgh, part of an effort to improve safety for cyclists. City officials said Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside is the second most-biked route in all of Pittsburgh, but there isn't much for bicyclists other than a few shared lane markings, many of which are hard to see.

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Ben's Men will hold an oldies dance featuring music by Big Ed Zacois of AM 770 from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Saturday, May 19, in Pope Benedict Hall at St. Benedict Catholic Church, McMurray.

Police Beat May 17

Assault charge: Zharia Michell Mourning, 20, of Pittsburgh, faces charges of simple assault and harassment after California police said she knocked on an apartment door at Vulcan Village May 9 and asked the woman who answered if she knew a certain man.

Wolf and Fetterman meet for lunch and cause a stir

The governor and his running mate met for lunch the day after Fetterman unseated the sitting lieutenant governor and attracted attention at the cafe. Wolf and Fetterman meet for lunch and cause a stir at the Manchester Cafe The governor and his running mate met for lunch the day after Fetterman unseated the sitting lieutenant governor and attracted attention at the cafe.

Police: Woman wakes up to sexual assault; man arrested Source: WPXI

A Pittsburgh restaurant owner is in the Allegheny County Jail, accused of sexually assaulting a sleeping woman after breaking into her home in Pittsburgh's South Side, Channel 11 News has learned. According to a criminal complaint, Adnan Pehlivan broke into the home on Josephine Street early Tuesday.

NOFX's craft beer and punk festival, Punk in Drublic comes to Pittsburgh

On May 20, a craft beer and punk festival named for NOFX's 1994 album Punk in Drublic will come to Pittsburgh. The festival was born when Cameron Collins, a punk rock fan and co-founder of Brew Ha Ha Productions made a call to Fat Mike, the lead vocalist and bassist of NOFX, and suggested a collaboration.

Caroline Rose brings some body positivity to her music video...

Through her transition from folk to self-made genre "schizodrift" , Caroline Rose has created a name for herself in recent years, attracting the attention of The New York Times Magazine, NPR, Pitchfork as well as us here at WXPN, who named Rose "Artist To Watch" for May. The NYC-based songwriter's latest record LONER 's success is attributed to taking a more pop approach, but at the same time still staying true to her aesthetic self. Rose's new self-directed music video "Bikini" has a colorful 60s-70s game show-esque setting where she is surrounded by a variety of dancing women in bikinis.

Police Beat May 16

Wallet stolen: Rebecca Richards of Castle Shannon told Canonsburg police Monday her wallet was grabbed out of the hands of her 3-year-old son while she was at Rite Aid, 601 W. Pike St. She said the wallet contained her identification and $68.

Hundreds of illegal dump sites found across Allegheny County

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Police Beat May 15

Forgery, theft arrest: Joseph Charles Baughman, 34, of 1410 Sheridan Ave., Brownsville, was arraigned Friday before District Judge Jay Weller on charges of forgery, identity theft, retail theft and theft by deception filed by Bentleyville police.

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