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A spokeswoman at Pittsburgh International said it's business as usual at the airport Monday, despite the approaching storm.
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Pittsburgh International now offers more flights to the New York air hub.
The longtime owner of a Pittsburgh exotic club says sponsoring a highway was a way to help the state and promote his business.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
Lasers have obstructed nearly 30 flights approaching Pittsburgh International since 2009.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Rep. Tim Murphy says military officials did not prepare a cost-analysis study before planning to close the 911th Airlift Wing.
Volunteers in the News, Business, Holiday Guide
Families in Moon and West View have been beneficiaries of Kmart "angels" who have made anonymous payments on strangers' layaway accounts. Others around the region have joined the host of generous angels who've popped up all over the country.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Landowner and Pennsylvania Environmental Council official, speaking at Moon Township forum, say property owners should band together when considering leasing land to drilling companies.
Business, Government, The Neighborhood Files
Vice president of Pittsburgh-based EQT says environmental threats linked to drilling have been exaggerated.
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