Partners hope the program will eventually serve 250 homeless Pennsylvanians each year.
“How do we ensure the success of small businesses as a part of a world driven by big business?” asked Mayor Peduto at the event.
The technology trends website put a spotlight on Innovation Works' Startable Pittsburgh, which introduces teens to maker spaces and manufacturing.
This group of citizens and organizations aims to use a small tax increase for major gains in childhood development and support.
“We’d like for many of the children to be able to walk or bike ride to the sites where the trees are planted so they can get to know them over a lifetime."
Located on Smallman Street, the European-inspired property boasts 133 rooms and a public lounge and restaurant called Level 7 that offers indoor and outdoor seating.
It’s a go. The former Arts Institute building will be the home of one-stop shopping for city services.
After renovations, the building will become home to the URA, as well as a variety of city services such as the housing, zoning and planning committees.
Qualified Opportunity Zones in the Pittsburgh region include the Hill District, Homewood and Wilkinsburg.
From tasting events to an award ceremony and even a 5K, the conference proved that when it comes to cheese, America’s still got it — from sea to shining sea.
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