Pittsburgh politicians and developers gathered Friday for a ceremonial groundbreaking on a cap over I-579. The project , headed by the Sports and Exhibition Authority, will connect the Hill District with the Central Business District downtown after years of discussion.
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Atop Mount Washington, in the sprawling Chatham Village community, is a large brick home with large windows and spacious balconies. Chatham Village resident, architect and amateur historian David Vater said it used to be known as the Bigham House, and was the residence of abolishionist lawyer Thomas Bigham. It was also a stop on the Underground Railroad.
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