Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
UPMC’s board is a silent but powerful force in fate of region’s health care
As Youngstown’s paper prepares for final edition, its owner reflects on what went wrong
“Being a family operation, you tend to get close to your people … you make decisions you know are contrary to the correct business decision.”
Pittsburgh’s property lottery
Each year, hundreds of people apply to buy city-owned properties. Few get what they want, and those who do typically wait years.
North Braddock: Treasures Amid Ruins
As their town falls down around them, North Braddock families try to protect children — and lay a foundation for their future.
Persistence, positive attitude launched Olympian Herb Douglas Jr.
Pittsburgh native Herb Douglas Jr. won a bronze medal in the 1948 Olympics and started the Jesse Owens International Trophy Award.
Punching out the pain
Warrior’s Call Boxing Club in Baden has become a healing outlet for veterans in the area.
What it’s like to work in child care, raise your kids and just get by in the Mon Valley
A mother moves from McKeesport to Glassport to try to better her family’s chances
Post-Gazette journalists Shelly Bradbury, Peter Smith and Stephanie Strasburg discuss the series “Coverings.”
Never alone: Mennonite and Amish sexual abuse victims find each other and find their voices
Coverings: Joanna’s Journey
A woman raised in a Mennonite church travels South to confront her past and report abuse.