With Allegheny County entering the green phase of reopening from the coronavirus pandemic Friday, bars and restaurants will be free to serve dine-in guests for the first time since March. But not all establishments will reopen right away, and for those that do, the rules will be much different.
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The year 1954 was a significant one in Pittsburgh: Jonas Salk administered the first polio vaccine to students in Lawrenceville, Roberto Clemente was drafted by the Pirates and Hill District resident Paul Jones became the first black man to sit on Pittsburgh City Council.
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- Peduto Calls For Independent Investigations Of Police Use Of Force At East Liberty Protest
- Governor Joins Protesters; Philadelphia Under Curfew Again
- City Should Release Transcript Of Police Communications During Protest, Critics Say
- Fourth Straight Day Of Protests In Pittsburgh As Demonstrators Stage Sit-In Outside County Jail