For 30 years, Tony Konstandinu sold gyros at Turtle Creek church festivals. Now, Gyros N'at is sharing his legacy with the rest of Pittsburgh.
Huntington Bank invested $70 million in Eastside III which stretches across six acres and seeks to reconnect E Liberty with surrounding neighborhoods.
The one of a kind 17,000 square foot skatepark, a memorial from a mother to her two sons, will be a destination for skateboarders all over the region.
To better serve populations moving across city and county lines, city and county officials will complete the 10-year process of combining emergency call centers by mid-September.
While he works on starting a new restaurant, former Salt of the Earth Chef Chad Townsend is making some of Pittsburgh's most delicious and inventive ice cream.
The Hill District, Homewood, Larimer, the Mt. Washington Hilltop communities, Millvale and Wilkinsburg will receive a combined $500,000 in grants by the end of 2014.
Green infrastructure like Etna’s can prevent storm water from ever reaching ALCOSAN, which reduces the burden on the treatment plant as well as the likelihood of sewage overflow.
A food truck hub and educational kitchen project from local chef Steve LaRosa, is looking for new ways to secure funding.
Find out why Martin Prekop's Mirrored House, now on airbnb, is getting more national recognition and check out the many photos featured here.
One of the city's most inventive artists and entrepreneurs, former Steeler Baron Batch came for the old Pittsburgh abut stayed for the new one.