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Yoder & Frey Holds Annual Spring Sale Near Pittsburgh

Yoder & Frey held its 7th annual Spring Auction April 15 in Darlington, Pa., near Pittsburgh. The auction featured a wide variety of construction and agricultural equipment, ranging from full-size and mini-excavators, to rollers and motorgraders....


Pittsburgh Hosts Annual CEG Construction Expo

CEG Productions held the Pittsburgh Construction Expo Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 9 and 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the new Monroeville Convention Center in Monroeville, Pa., just outside of Pittsburgh....


Pittsburgh Casino Agrees to $7.5 M Pens Arena Payment Plan

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Rivers Casino will pay $7.5 million a year toward construction of the new Penguins arena. The city-county Sports & Exhibition Authority, which is building the $325 million Consol Energy Center, said Nov....


Pittsburgh, Philly Construction Expos Slated for Winter 2010

CEG Productions, the trade show division of Construction Equipment Guide, has announced the dates for its 2010 Pennsylvania Expos. The Pittsburgh Construction Expo is set for Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb....


Structurally Deficient East Pittsburgh Span on the Mend

Late February saw the start of work on a $14 million project rehabilitating the bridge connecting the Tri-Boro Expressway (Route 2083) to Braddock Avenue in East Pittsburgh Borough, Pa. On average, the bridge carries more than 8,000 vehicles, daily....


New Tunnel to Aid Pittsburgh Sports Fans, at a Price

PITTSBURGH (AP) Many sports-crazed fans who don’t want to deal with traffic must walk or take the bus over the bridges of the Allegheny River to watch their Steelers or Pirates. The city’s 25-mi....


Work Resumes on Pittsburgh Casino

PITTSBURGH (AP) Construction is resuming on Pittsburgh’s slots casino project now that a new investment group has closed on financing for the $780 million project. Holdings Acquisition Co. CEO Greg Carlin said Aug....


Companies Sought to Finish Pittsburgh-Area Toll Roads

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission hopes to meet in September with companies interested in a partnership to complete a network of toll roads connecting the Pittsburgh area with West Virginia....


Politics Makes Pittsburgh Casino Meltdown Hotter

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) When Pennsylvania legalized slot machines in 2004, the politicians who wrote the law extended a lucrative, but limited business opportunity. They put an indelible stamp on how the industry would grow in Pennsylvania — dictating parameters for where casinos could be built and creating a regulatory board of political appointees with unusual veto powers....


Dinosaurs Roam New Abode in Pittsburgh

Dinosaurs may be extinct, but many of their remains have found a new home at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pa. The original dinosaur hall was closed in spring 2005 to begin the construction process for the new exhibit, “Dinosaurs in Their Time.” The new hall was completed and opened to the public in November to mark the 100th anniversary of the original hall....







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