The Planning Commission approved changes to the zoning code yesterday and made Pittsburgh urban agriculture-friendly.
While at the Congressional City Conference, Mayor Peduto was named to the bipartisan 2016 Presidential Task Force that will keep city issues at the fore of the 2016 tussle.
The smarter buildings partnership between IBM and CMU will harness and analyze data for patterns to prevent waste, thereby saving money and reducing impact on the environment.
A strategic plan for the neighborhood has been in the works for years but is now kicking into high gear with Uptown the Eco Innovation District planning process.
Celebrating the men and women who create Pittsburgh's built environment.
From fueling snow plows to new playground surfaces in the west end, manifestations of Pittsburgh's 2015 budget are all around you.
Online photography forum f295 will open a brick and mortar center in late spring, to further their mission of helping artists push the medium.
A new business offers an alternative to traditional weed-control methods: goats. Find out how Steel City Grazers can improve the landscape in Pittsburgh.
The results of a two-year air quality study illuminate which parts of the county experience the greatest concentrations of pollutants, and what that could mean for the health of our population.
The Carnegie Museum of Art is taking over the Gulf Tower beacon for two days when Pittsburgh Instagram accounts will be analyzed as positive or negative and the beacon will light up green or red, accordingly.