By Sam Spatter

The numbers of homes facing foreclosure in Western Pennsylvania surged last month, despite an improving economy, as rising housing values and so-called “robo-signings” settlements apparently encouraged lenders to unload distressed properties.

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The Sustainable Home Improvement Partnership (SHIP), a servePGH program that repairs and weatherizes homes of vulnerable Pittsburgh residents, will collaborate with the Richard King Mellon Foundation and The Pittsburgh Foundation to increase services over the next year.

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Click here to learn how the Allegheny County Accessibility Program changed one family's lives.  

There's a buzz in Hazelwood and not just about the pending redevelopment of the 178-acre former LTV coke works site.

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Mike Dimperio is thrilled at the possibility of a grocery opening in the empty Hazelwood storefront that once housed his 80-year-old family market.

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A tale of two (energy efficient) buildings

By Anya Litvak

Action Housing is setting up an energy standoff.

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