Kate DiCamillo, award-winning author, read from her “Mercy Watson” books to the third graders at Jefferson Elementary School in Mount Lebanon Wednesday morning.
Our country has thousands of soldiers deployed overseas in dangerous areas fighting ISIS and other threats.
When news of the indictment broke Wednesday morning, national publications from “US Weekley” and “USA Today” ran with the headline.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many events are being held across Pittsburgh to celebrate survivors and remember those who lost the battle.
Just in time for the Steelers’ first home game of the season, the organization has launched a new fashion line, a new website and lots of fun ways to connect with the team and other fans.
Americans are buying more and more fresh foods. Refrigerator manufacturers are trying to keep pace.
One local military couple will get their dream wedding thanks to the Hotel Monaco.
Among laundry detergents, Tide is far and away the biggest-selling brand. Consumer Reports tested several types of Tide, along with more than 50 other detergents.
Should you consider tuition insurance so that you can be reimbursed if your child has to leave before the end of the year?
Consumer Reports recommends a few of the lightest and best laptops for students.
Having your hair washed at the salon is luxurious.
Nautical for summertime at the lake, or a trip to London right on your fingers. How about the Pirates “P” and the city skyline for a baseball game? Whatever you want, Dallas Sauers can create it at her salon, Dallas Beauty Lounge.
Mary Poppins flew into Pittsburgh this week with the CLO’s production at the Benedum Center. Get an inside look here!
You’d never know by her smiles that this little girl was near death and is without a family to call her own.
It has been a part of Pittsburgh for more than a century. Now, Cellone’s Bread Company is expanding.