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Adversity has hit shopping centers hard, but news isn’t all bad
Not your typical coders
Think you know what the region’s economy did in the past decade? Try charting it.
The Steel City was the darling of many narratives, as it sanded off the rust and started coding
There was a time when Pittsburgh home prices just sat there
A decade ago, more than a third of Pittsburgh-area homes on average were decreasing in value
A constitutional weapon:
environmental rights reimagined in Pennsylvania
Recent state Supreme Court decisions have people testing the boundaries of a 1970s state Constitutional amendment
Turning the lights back on
As coal-fired power plants switch off, Pennsylvania looks to bring in new businesses.
Alexa, do you speak Pittsburghese?
Fair Housing is 50, but has its promise been realized?
Woodland Hills, a district scarred by violence, copes with tragedy
Schools can be first defense against addiction
The OD of an alumnus. The cry of a student with a parent in addiction. The community’s opioid cloud. Schools are waking up to the epidemic.