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Sample Scrumptious Food From Some Of Pittsburgh’s Best At The Food Truck Festival This Summer

Start working up an appetite now, Pittsburgh! We’re in for one delicious summer here in the Burgh, with a variety of food festivals headed our way. If you’re a fan of chasing down food trucks, you’re going to absolutely love The Greater Pittsburgh Food Truck Festival. The popular food festival makes its epic return in […] The post Sample Scrumptious Food From Some Of Pittsburgh’s Best At The Food Truck Festival This Summer appeared first on Only In Your State.
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What a Mayor Ed Gainey could mean for Pittsburgh

Last month, state Representative Ed Gainey edged out Mayor Bill Peduto in the Democratic mayoral primary. Rep. Gainey is now on track to be elected as Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor in November, an event that has taken far too long in a city with a large Black population. It is...
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The giant slides at Mammoth Park are reopening June 15

MOUNT PLEASANT, Pa. — The Mammoth Park Giant Slide Complex is set to reopen June 15 following new safety enhancements installed last year. The slides closed last summer after some riders reported getting injured. Enhancements include additional rubber safety surfacing at the slides' landing areas, cargo nets for climbing, new handrails and surveillance cameras.
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Health officials tour South Side UPMC facility

PITTSBURGH — State and local health officials were in Pittsburgh on Tuesday touring UPMC’s South Side facility. The visit from Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson is part of a statewide effort to push COVID-19 vaccinations and treatments like monoclonal antibodies. “We want to make sure all Pennsylvanians have access...
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Mayor Bill Peduto will be speaking at TechCrunch City Spotlight: Pittsburgh on June 29

An alumni of both Carnegie Mellon University and Pennsylvania State University, Peduto served on Pittsburgh’s City Council for a dozen years before being elected mayor in 2014. I’ve spoken with the mayor on numerous occasions, and aside from being one of the city’s biggest cheerleaders, he’s also a staunch proponent of the startup scene bolstered by local universities like CMU.
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A pierogi festival returns, bottled pineapple coffee juice, and more Pittsburgh food news

This popular diner with locations in Wexford and in the Strip District is opening a third location in Warrendale, near the Allegheny-Butler county border in the North Hills. The location is still in the construction stage but should be opened by the end of summer. The restaurant, once featured on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, is home to classic diner favorites like Belgian waffles, biscuits & gravy, and breakfast burritos. Stay updated on the new location by following Kelly O’s on social media.
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UPMC Children’s Hospital makes U.S. News & World Report top 10 list

UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh came in ninth on the latest U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals, matching its previous ranking. The magazine ranks pediatric hospitals in each of 10 specialties: cancer, cardiology and heart surgery, diabetes and endocrinology, gastroenterology, neonatology, nephrology, neurology and...
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Faith No More announces fall headlining shows

Has announced a trio of headlining concerts set for this fall. The shows will take place September 16 in Maryland Heights, Missouri, September 21 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and September 22 in Newport, Kentucky. “We’re excited to be able to play live again,” Faith No More says. “Looking forward to that...
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GNC headquarters moving from downtown Pittsburgh to Strip District

PITTSBURGH — GNC will move its headquarters from the current downtown location to the new 3 Crossings development in Pittsburgh's Strip District neighborhood, the company said Tuesday. GNC announced an early 2022 timeline for its move to the new building, which is currently under construction on Hopper Place. "As part...
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Allegheny County 911 slammed with calls during storms

Allegheny County's 9-1-1 system was bombarded with phone calls over the last two nights from people affected by damaging storms. Hundreds of trees were down and power was out all over the area. Matt Brown is Chief of Emergency Services for Allegheny County. He tells Marty Griffin on NewsRadio KDKA...
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Peters Township Council approves final plan for development with $500,000-plus homes

A new residential development featuring homes starting at half a million dollars is in the works for Peters Township. On Monday, township council unanimously approved the final plan for Sugarbrooke, to be built on a 28.6-acre parcel off Sugar Camp Road. The entrance to the development will be located directly across from Sugar Camp’s intersection with Brookwood Road.
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Archie Collins and Pitt Pursuing 2023 4-Star OL Amir Herring

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