By Ashley N. Johnson | New Pittsburgh Courier | June 30, 2013
Tensions in the community are running high and leaders are calling for action after a Pittsburgh teacher was arrested and a New Pittsburgh Courier photographer were handcuffed at a community meeting in Homewood by a police officer who many said overreacted and was too aggressive.
By Ken Chiacchia | The Allegheny Front | June 21, 2013
We found him on the third day of the search. We'd known that a happy ending was going to be unlikely. He'd been overdue for several days before his family even realized he was missing, as he'd been alone at his hunting camp.
By AmyJo Brown | Pittsburgh City Paper | June 26, 2013
When Pittsburgh City Councilor Patrick Dowd formally resigns his District 7 seat this summer, as he announced he would last week, the area he' s represented for six years will be temporarily disenfranchised.
BEAVER — Sweltering heat, ominous thunder and a passing downpour could not sway Heritage Valley Beaver nurses and their supporters from rallying Tuesday against changes proposed by management in contract negotiations.
By Amanda King and Evan Witek | Times Online | June 18, 2013
NEW SEWICKLEY TWP. -- The idea of genetically modified food leaves a bad taste in Tom Brenckle's mouth.
Even though the first field tests of genetically engineered crops, such as tobacco and tomatoes, dates back almost three decades, Brenckle said he still doesn't trust the practice enough to grow the crops on his New Sewickley Township farm.
From the award-winning Cadets to the Pride Colorguard, from last-minute preparations at Firstside Park to Pride Fest on Liberty Avenue, the rain couldn't dampen the enthusiasm at Pittsburgh's annual Pride March. Catch the spirit here.
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