With 127 suburban communities in Allegheny County as well as the popular bedroom communities of Cranberry, Murrysville and Peters Township, deciding which one is right for you can be daunting. To help you choose, we break it down by the numbers.
Sam Davis once was the glue that held the super Steelers together. But a promising career after football was cut short by an unexplained fall that robbed him of the life he knew.
Born in a tiny Westmoreland County town, Jill Corey became a star for Columbia Records in the 1950s. But after a series of hits, a love affair with Frank Sinatra and marriage to famed Pirate third baseman Don Hoak, her life took an unexpected twist.
Despite an inconsistent start, Christian Frangiadis' restaurant now is worth visiting.
Founded by a pair of Pittsburgh natives, the Knights are a professional esports franchise whose players participate in video game competitions in front of millions of fans in person and online.
Don't get to Halloween attractions much anymore? You might be doing it wrong.
For more than 50 years, a West Virginia group has promoted the virtues of foraged food.
The Mt. Lebanon resident uses salvaged wood, tin and nails to create her pieces. Her work is now being showcased at Contemporary Craft in the Strip District.
This six-bedroom home is minutes away from everything Pittsburgh has to offer including entertainment, restaurants, shopping, universities and Downtown.
The planned 2-acre lagoon along the Ohio riverfront will feature turquoise waters in the summer and be transformed into an ice rink in the winter.
There is no formula for finding love, but for these couples, there is one common factor: sports.
The South Side coffee shop home to Pittsburgh artists for almost 30 years is closing – but the legacy of its longtime resident coffee drinkers and thinkers lives on.
Featuring 5,000 Jack o'Lanterns, The Glow offers a way for all ages to get into the Halloween spirit without scaring you half to death.
The language-learning app is no stranger to the Pittsburgh news, but the business is making headlines once again thanks to an accomplishment by one of its creators.
Tom Hanks to speak at Pittsburgh’s Week of Action event, encouraging citizens to register to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.