The closure will not affect production at its Ainsworth Pet Nutrition facility in Vernon Township, according to Meadville’s mayor.
Just Ducky Tours said it has “led the development of policies and procedures that are known as best practices in our industry.”
"They felt that they were not getting the passengers that they needed and the revenue they needed to make the route work.”
Gensler and HDR were selected from 11 firms that responded to a request for proposals.
The leadership changes come as the Pittsburgh paint producer is being investigated by the SEC for improper accounting procedures.
The unemployment rate dropped over the year as 61,000 fewer people are counted as part of the labor force.
Buick offers up a wagon for a new age where “sporty” and “adventure” aren’t always that sporty or adventuresome.
Debt levels are even higher now than they were in 2008, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection began the study six years ago.
Few things are as exhilarating as driving the hairpin turns on the famed Corniche roads carved into the cliffs of the French Riviera.
The suit accuses Harbour Portfolio of “unfairly and deceptively” targeting consumers who incorrectly believed they were purchasing a home.
“Just think what good you can do with that,” he said, suggesting it could cover health insurance for more children and bolster education.
New entity will have $650 million in assets and five branch offices
Automakers, dealers and suppliers unite in opposition to Trump's proposed tariffs.
Revenue and profits were up by more than costs compared to 2017, but the bank made less money than during the first quarter.
In 1891, the U.S. government tried to make us “Pittsburg,” but the citizens fought back and won.
Charges for the quarter included $8 million associated with a realignment after Lowe’s stopped carrying PPG’s Olympic brand paints.
URA will exchange the sale of air rights for a 15-\ percent equity stake in the Downtown condo project.
There are still a lot of people who work in nuclear in Pittsburgh, Brian Beley says. And he’s hopeful that will be the case years from now.