Pittsburgh seeking to revive disruptive properties program in effort to lower crime
The program was originally approved by Pittsburgh City Council in 2007 but didn’t go into effect until early 2009.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis coming to Pittsburgh to stump for Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano
PennDOT submits plan to install 150 charging stations for electric vehicles
Report: Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh hears calls for more welcoming, inclusive environment and new methods
1 dead, 5 injured in 3 overnight shootings across Pittsburgh
1 dead, 5 injured after 3 overnight shootings across Pittsburgh
Steelers, SEA clashing over $3 million in scoreboard improvements made to Acrisure Stadium
1 dead, 3 injured in shooting on Pittsburgh’s North Side
On the Burgh Bus, 'it's pretty much tailgating on a bus'
Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure needs more staff, city controller recommends after audit
West Virginia University looks to help neighboring Kentucky in aftermath of deadly flooding
Penn State did not prove its legal standing to have public court filing sealed, experts say
Fayette County coal patch draws a line in the sand against blight and decline
Butler County is 'reviewing' its 2020 election mail ballots. The Pa. Department of State calls it a 'waste of time.'
Butler County is 'reviewing' its 2020 election mail ballots. The Pa. Department of State called it a 'waste of time.'