Skylights highlights: Fox Chapel at Penn Trafford, Steel Valley at Washington

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Skylights highlights: Fox Chapel at Penn Trafford, Steel Valley at Washington

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Aliquippa’s Henry makes early impact at West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Karl Joseph knew the hurdles freshman Dravon Henry would face as West Virginia’s starting free safety, so Joseph, a junior, asked the coaching staff early in fall camp that the two be roomed together on game days and road trips. “I asked that for a reason,” Joseph said, […]

Aliquippa’s Henry makes early impact at West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Karl Joseph knew the hurdles freshman Dravon Henry would face as West Virginia’s starting free safety, so Joseph, a junior, asked the coaching staff early in fall camp that the two be roomed together on game days and road trips. “I asked that for a reason,” Joseph said, […]

Gene Collier: Van Brocklin’s record stands test of time

The fact that a big NFL quarterback with a big arm would throw for 522 yards in a big game in October of 2014 might be seriously impressive by every contemporary standard, but it’s hardly shocking. The fact that the record Big Ben Roethlisberger very nearly eclipsed Sunday — most passing yards in a […]

Brian O’Neill: Sit and take notice of Market Square’s makeover

October 30, 2014 12:00 AM Share with others: This space devotes a lot of words to things governments get wrong, but there’s something the city has gotten very right these past five years: Market Square. I was among many skeptics when former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership […]

Brian O’Neill: Becky Coger has a drive to put truck to good use

When Becky Coger’s old red truck was hit, the crash woke up the neighborhood. Now the neighborhood is rallying to buy her another one because “the North Side without Becky’s truck would be a much gloomier place.’’ That’s how Jay Poliziani, director of Northside Common Ministries, put it. That’s […]

Brian O’Neill: Mason-Dixon Line subtly marks history

In a West Virginia park just across the Mason-Dixon Line from Greene County, I’m asking a 21st century historian dressed like an 18th century Delaware warrior about his bright red cloak. “This might have cost me four deerskins,’’ Ed Robey of Morgantown says of the English wool that an Indian would […]

Brian O’Neill: On lottery and more, top lawmakers seem to have the governor’s number

The governor’s race is increasingly festive, with Gov. Tom Corbett’s sarcastic commercials showing rare humor, but the real punch line may be this: No matter who wins the governor’s race, the leaders of America’s Largest Full-Time State Legislature will remain the ones wielding the real power. Not that we […]

Brian O’Neill: Becky Coger has a drive to put truck to good use

When Becky Coger’s old red truck was hit, the crash woke up the neighborhood. Now the neighborhood is rallying to buy her another one because “the North Side without Becky’s truck would be a much gloomier place.’’ That’s how Jay Poliziani, director of Northside Common Ministries, put it. That’s […]

Brian O’Neill: Becky Coger has a drive to put truck to good use

When Becky Coger’s old red truck was hit, the crash woke up the neighborhood. Now the neighborhood is rallying to buy her another one because “the North Side without Becky’s truck would be a much gloomier place.’’ That’s how Jay Poliziani, director of Northside Common Ministries, put it. That’s […]

Brian O’Neill: Mason-Dixon Line subtly marks history

In a West Virginia park just across the Mason-Dixon Line from Greene County, I’m asking a 21st century historian dressed like an 18th century Delaware warrior about his bright red cloak. “This might have cost me four deerskins,’’ Ed Robey of Morgantown says of the English wool that an Indian would […]

Brian O’Neill: Mason-Dixon Line subtly marks history

In a West Virginia park just across the Mason-Dixon Line from Greene County, I’m asking a 21st century historian dressed like an 18th century Delaware warrior about his bright red cloak. “This might have cost me four deerskins,’’ Ed Robey of Morgantown says of the English wool that an Indian would […]

Brian O’Neill: On lottery and more, top lawmakers seem to have the governor’s number

The governor’s race is increasingly festive, with Gov. Tom Corbett’s sarcastic commercials showing rare humor, but the real punch line may be this: No matter who wins the governor’s race, the leaders of America’s Largest Full-Time State Legislature will remain the ones wielding the real power. Not that we […]

Brian O’Neill: On lottery and more, top lawmakers seem to have the governor’s number

The governor’s race is increasingly festive, with Gov. Tom Corbett’s sarcastic commercials showing rare humor, but the real punch line may be this: No matter who wins the governor’s race, the leaders of America’s Largest Full-Time State Legislature will remain the ones wielding the real power. Not that we […]

City life and wildlife: Pittsburgh’s urban conservation on display

A conference of wildlife experts looks at how the ‘revitalized Steel City’ is ever more hip for animals, too October 26, 2014 12:00 AM Share with others: The 18 naturalists traversing Pittsburgh in a rented bus on Saturday made for an unusual tour group: Their interests brought them from a sprawling suburban […]

City life and wildlife: Pittsburgh’s urban conservation on display

A conference of wildlife experts looks at how the ‘revitalized Steel City’ is ever more hip for animals, too October 26, 2014 12:00 AM Share with others: The 18 naturalists traversing Pittsburgh in a rented bus on Saturday made for an unusual tour group: Their interests brought them from a sprawling suburban […]

Franklin Regional stabbing suspect’s trial moved to March court term

October 31, 2014 1:34 PM Share with others: Related Media: Hribal seeks trial postponement in Franklin Regional stabbings Suspect in Franklin Regional school attack to receive treatment at current facility A teenager accused of injuring 20 students and a security guard in the April knife attack at Franklin Regional High School will […]

Franklin Regional stabbing suspect’s trial moved to March court term

October 31, 2014 1:34 PM Share with others: Related Media: Hribal seeks trial postponement in Franklin Regional stabbings Suspect in Franklin Regional school attack to receive treatment at current facility A teenager accused of injuring 20 students and a security guard in the April knife attack at Franklin Regional High School will […]

Pennsylvania court rules against Post-Gazette’s request for email retention

October 31, 2014 12:39 PM Share with others: Related Media: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette argues for change to state email practices under Right to Know law Pennsylvania eyes purchasing email archiving system Deleting all government emails violates Pennsylvania policy Commonwealth Court President Judge Dan Pellegrini has denied the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s request for an injunction […]

Pennsylvania court rules against Post-Gazette’s request for email retention

October 31, 2014 12:39 PM Share with others: Related Media: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette argues for change to state email practices under Right to Know law Pennsylvania eyes purchasing email archiving system Deleting all government emails violates Pennsylvania policy Commonwealth Court President Judge Dan Pellegrini has denied the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s request for an injunction […]

Franklin Regional stabbing suspect’s trial moved to March court term

October 31, 2014 1:34 PM Share with others: Related Media: Hribal seeks trial postponement in Franklin Regional stabbings Suspect in Franklin Regional school attack to receive treatment at current facility A teenager accused of injuring 20 students and a security guard in the April knife attack at Franklin Regional High School will […]