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Feb. 10, 2017 · 6:22 p.m.
Why being ranked “best of” and “coolest” is good for Pittsburgh
Apple is expanding in several cities across the U.S. and, yes, Pittsburgh is one of them
Pittsburgh is shrinking — and getting wealthier at the same time
Is Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate 20 percent higher than the national average? Not anymore.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Scott Wagner made the claim in a fundraising email.
The best city for jobs right now? That would be Pittsburgh.
Local factories looking for a new generation of worker open their doors to students for Pittsburgh’s Manufacturing Day
Refinery29 shares the *super-relatable* story of what it’s like to be a 30-year-old living in Pittsburgh on $175K a year
What it’s like living next to Jamestown, Pa.’s tear-gas manufacturing plant: explosions, fires and the occasional wafting
Pennsylvania’s largest coal plant is closing in Beaver County
The announcement follows the similar closure of three of First Energy's nuclear power plants, and pleas to the Trump administration for help.
Ivanka Trump will be in Pittsburgh today for a visit to Robotics Row
Tweet from @IvankaTrump
In Carnegie, a steel-to-art evolution
Groceria Italiana in Bloomfield is closing, and with it “the Little Italy heart of Bloomfield” is losing another piece
How a $50,000 grant from Google will help minority and immigrant entrepreneurs in Pittsburgh
The seeds of transformation are being sown in McKees Rocks. What will it take for them to grow?
Why CityLab says the future is Pittsburgh’s to lose
Why one county official feels “really good” about Pittsburgh’s chances in Amazon HQ2 bid
Pittsburgh’s technological strengths have not yet translated into broad-based economic growth, new study finds