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Topic - Allegheny
Pittsburgh has its big-city skyline and quaint ethnic neighborhoods, its nationally loved sports teams and its eclectic museum collections of prehistoric bones, innovative glassworks and fine art.
The Wagman Observatory likes the dark. It needs it.
Here are the finals and consolation finals from Day 2 of the PIAA Class AAA Girls Swimming and Diving Championships:
Volunteers are working to complete the last 30 miles of West Virginia's 330-mile Allegheny Trail, a hiking pathway that runs from the West Virginia-Pennsylvania border near Bruceton Mills to a junction with the Appalachian Trail in Monroe County.
Democrats will go into the crowded gubernatorial primary campaign without a party-endorsed candidate after party committee members splintered among five candidates at their winter meeting Saturday.
State senators from the Pittsburgh area plan to co-sponsor a bill that would stiffen penalties for those who severely injure or kill police animals after a city police dog died from being stabbed last week.
Twenty-two people have died in the past week in western Pennsylvania from a suspected overdose of a mix of heroin and the powerful narcotic fentanyl, Attorney General Kathleen Kane said Monday.
Allegheny Health Network has a memorandum of understanding for a five-year affiliation with the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore.
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — A utility company's shipment of compact fluorescent light bulbs to its 220,000 Maryland customers caused headaches for small-town postal workers who had to deal with thousands of unexpected packages during the peak holiday season.