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With the help of Grow Pittsburgh, some local schools are bringing their food from “garden to table.”
Teachers are getting creative to excite their students about learning and at one local school, they’re using technology to help teach grammar.
Now is your chance to go to many of our region’s top attractions like museums and zoos at no cost.
It might seem crazy to use an Uber-type service for your kids, but it’s actually happening right here in our area
Kids are once again hitting the books, but for high schoolers, not much has changed over the last 100 years.
The pools may be closing on Labor Day, but the area’s rivers and lakes are still open.
The Homewood-Brushton YMCA is going high-tech with a media and arts education program.
Playgrounds are always busy during the beautiful days of summer, but you don’t have to stick to your neighborhood.
Zip-lines and ropes courses are popping up all around the western Pennsylvania region.
A local charity is making a profound difference in the lives of local families. They’re giving children a voice and giving the whole family hope.
It is hard to think about heading back to school in the thick of summer, but local non-profits have to do that just to be ready.
Kidsburgh has made a list of seven farms where you and your children can pick-your-own fruits and vegetables.
The price of movie tickets has skyrocketed 60 percent since 2000, now costing nearly $9 each on average.
Virtual reality really hit the consumer market about a year ago, and for the first time, it’s at a price point that schools can afford.