“Ideally, we’d like to create a food system model that’s cyclical, that could be implemented in other urban areas."
The nation’s fifth-largest airline will invest in Pittsburgh, starting next September, because of the city’s rejuvenation that includes a vibrant tech sector.
Riverlife’s two trail projects Downtown will create lively, accessible spaces for cyclists and pedestrians
An art installation on the Allegheny and a bright green crosswalk to guide trail users across Grant Street to the Monongahela are taking shape for 2018.
People could buy the poppies for $35 to $50 apiece and would receive them after the installation. It would run from the start of the Britsburgh Festival on September 4 through Veterans Day 2018.
The building's exterior will complement that of the Foundry — a nod to the industrial buildings once at the site.
Katharine Eagan Kelleman makes a prediction: “Pittsburgh gets talked about for everything else — transit is next.”
With new seasonal flights to Tampa and Fort Myers, Spirit Airlines expands its foothold in Pittsburgh
“We have dramatically improved the quality of our airline, in terms of reliability and friendliness, and by far we have the best prices any airline could offer,” says Bob Fornaro.
"This agreement will pave the way for $750 million in private investment that will be truly transformative for Pittsburgh, creating a dynamic development that the region can be proud of."
What’s tufa stone, you ask? It’s the reason two Schenley Park bridges may become City Historic Landmarks
If city planners and City Council agree to designate the Schenley Park bridges as City Historic Landmarks, they’ll join only three other bridges among Pittsburgh’s 446 spans with that designation.
Judges, school directors, local officials and two ballot questions: Here’s why you should vote Nov. 7
The ballot includes an important statewide question on property tax and issues that might prompt ho-hum voters to pay attention to an election that lacks a marquee race.