Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Sale of August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh averted

Sale of August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh averted

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh-area civic groups have come together to avert the threatened sale of the August Wilson Center for African American Culture. The agreement Monday comes as a trial was getting under way over the future of the debt-strapped ...

Kasperi Kapanen Seems a Lock to Start the Season in Pittsburgh

For all the uncertainty and misfortune that has befallen the Pittsburgh Penguins’ training camp – from key stars dealing with a myriad of injuries to a tragic family loss in the Crosby family – one thing has remained constant: the upward trajectory ...

New Shops Unveiled at Pittsburgh International Airport

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A new look and some new options are now available at Pittsburgh International Airport. A renovated retail corridor was unveiled to the public Monday. Community and airport leaders were on hand for the official ribbon cutting.

Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh: a tale of two credit ratings

PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania’s credit rating has taken another hit, in contrast to August’s welcome news that Pittsburgh’s credit rating was upgraded. Surprisingly, a local economics professor said the picture between the two isn’t as different as ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Players Who Have the Most to Prove This Season

As a team coming off of yet another disappointing postseason and having undergone wholesale changes both behind the bench and in the front office, the Pittsburgh Penguins will be under intense pressure to prove that they belong among the NHL's elite.

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