Narduzzi and Capel remain highest-paid Pitt employees, IRS 990 form shows.
Indoor rules coincide with the three counties moving into the ‘high’ community COVID-19 level.
He’s worked to control costs, find efficiencies and add offerings over his 19 years at Pitt.
Two branches broke off last week causing a 6-foot crack on the trunk.
Consistent guidelines can avoid limitations and bias to focus on what’s important.
Dunbar-Jacob ‘very proud and very honored’ to have spent 21 years as its leader.
Kroboth says she’s stepping down at a time when school is in terrific shape.
Revisions would clarify and update the language and emphasize it's not a guaranteed benefit.
Pitt supports Oakland Crossings project at public hearing; others ask city council to delay action.
Stef McLaughlin counters MS with running, yoga, family and friends
Survey asks employees if they are interested and how much they would spend.
The Year of Data & Society project wants to show people easier ways to collect information.
Gallagher lauds progress in public safety; Salcido awarded Senate Service Award.
Eugene Anderson, a Western Pennsylvania native, will start here Aug. 1.
Law school’s Dickinson comes in third behind Lee and Irwin in 12th district race.