“It’s going to be a complete bonanza,” one councilmember said.
Controller Michael Lamb said City Council acted as a “rubber stamp” in approving the $40 million purchase a Downtown building without a thorough vetting
“You would never purchase your own home the way you are purchasing this $40 million building,” Lamb said.
The district's neighborhoods are “quirky and charming and not boring" — and she wants to keep it that way.
District 5 reflects Pittsburgh as a whole — and could be a citywide model — council member Corey O’Connor says
You've been warned: He'll pick up his office phone.
Public safety is a top priority for District 1’s Darlene Harris, whose district’s neighborhoods are ‘coming back’
Want to get involved in District 1? Contact Harris, who's also running for mayor. "I can always find something for them to do."
Pittsburgh public safety job aims to fill gaps in victim aid, while a local leader says it’s a ‘duplication of services’
Applications opened this week for a victim assistance coordinator, which comes with a $52,597 salary.
Udin was arrested during his time registering voters in the South.
A $15 minimum wage could be coming to more city contractors.
He announced his bid for reelection Wednesday night at his annual holiday party.
Check out this placemaking decision tree.
Mayor Bill Peduto plans to sign the bill, according to a spokesperson.
Talk about it Wednesday at a public meeting.
Come home, get hired and pay off your student loans.