Who’s responsible? Residents on the Brookline-Mt. Lebanon border concerned over development project hazards in their community
Who should be the next principal at Woodland Hills? ...School board currently searching for best candidate
You know the score by now, the Steelers won their season opener over Cleveland, 21-18, on Sept. 10. Most of…
(VIDEO) Exclusive interviews with Joe Haden, Ryan Shazier after Steelers beat Browns, 21-18, with Courier reporter Brian Cook (WATCH)
Pittsburgh’s own Andrea Barber of My Three Sons Vending discusses her company, love for her sons (VIDEO)
SHOCKING NEW VIDEOS just released Wed. Aug. 23, in Woodland Hills alleged abuse cases (see both videos here)
Pittsburgh artist Jeghetto paints August Wilson mural for his hometown, with help from locals (7.15.17)
Shopping is one of my favorite hobbies and I like all kinds of shopping. I enjoy grocery shopping, car shopping,…
Every player on the Cahokia Quarterback Club football team—each of them 8 years old—kneeled on the field when the national anthem started.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two weeks in and Mike Tomlin’s problems are of the NFL first-world variety. The Pittsburgh Steelers are unbeaten at 2-0 despite not lighting up scoreboards the way they anticipated, managing just four offensive touchdowns through eight quarters. The defense has been solid, though it has forced just one turnover and is still […]
SBA Information Session SEPT. 20—The U.S. Small Business Administration and the Chatham Women’s Business Center will host an information session on 8(a), HUBZone & Women-Owned certification programs. Join the SBA Pittsburgh District Office on the third Wednesday of each month for a free hands-on workshop with their team of specialists. They will review the requirements […]
Chicago teen Kenneka Jenkins' story shines a light on the painful history surrounding the disappearances and deaths of Black youth being treated casually.
Confused about Medicare? You’re not alone. That’s why this September, baby boomers, Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers in the Atlanta area are invited to participate in an educational event, as part of National Medicare Education Week (Sept. 15-21). This annual celebration begins exactly one month before the start of the Medicare Open Enrollment Period […]
Selena Gomez recently received a kidney transplant from television actress Francia Raisa due to her struggle with lupus, the actress-singer revealed Thursday. Gomez disclosed in an Instagram post confirmed by her publicist that she has been somewhat out of the spotlight this summer because she was recovering from the procedure. The 25-year-old calls the transplant “what I […]
Office Depot, Inc. announced that Clark Atlanta University alumna Jerri DeVard, a senior executive with more than 30 years of extensive marketing and leadership experience at large global brands, has joined the organization as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. She will report directly to Office Depot’s Chief Executive Officer Gerry Smith. DeVard will […]
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Another demonstration is expected in suburban St. Louis to protest a judge’s acquittal of a white former police officer who fatally shot a Black suspect. Protesters say they will take to the streets again Wednesday to dispute the ruling Friday that found Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder in the […]
A new generation of African judges are raising questions about wearing the white horsehair wigs that are a symbol of British domination.
NEW YORK (AP) — A violinist who became the young face of anti-government protests in Venezuela may soon seek political asylum in the United States. Wuilly Arteaga became well-known after playing somber renditions of Venezuela’s national anthem while standing amid clouds of tear gas. During one clash with security forces earlier this year, he and […]