Focus on Renewal's Community Resource Center brings many services fighting poverty together under one roof.
Pittsburgh's old reputation as "a pit for singles" takes another hit.
The late Henry L. Hillman's estate will benefit Pittsburgh in a big way.
Visits to Astrobotic in the Strip, the National Robotics Engineering Center in Lawrenceville, and the Andy Warhol Museum were included in the trip.
The Pittsburgh Foundation is aiming to help 101 nonprofits serving the truly needy through the Critical Needs Alert.
Here's a list of some of the best outdoor dining options in town—the ones you should run to when the summer breeze beckons.
Schenley was a bastion of tolerance and diversity in a segregated city, and often way ahead of the city, and nation, in its educational approaches.
The Bartko Foundation helps minority single mothers set goals, and makes investments to help meet them.
If you've ever been curious about Pittsburgh, and why it is the way it is, here are a few books to read.
CONNECT's goal is getting 40 separate community governments rowing in the same direction—or, at least, not rowing in opposite directions.