Juliet Evancho’s world turned upside down Monday night after a vote in the Pine-Richland School District.
For more than nine decades, this has been their mission: “A neighborhood church, one who reaches out but our doors are always open.”
For more than three decades, the staff of KDKA Radio and dozens of volunteers have joined forces to feed spaghetti to the people of Pittsburgh – for breakfast.
Oakland Catholic High School is proud to be able to say that two of its alumnae won gold medals in the Olympic games in Rio last month.
For the past 15 years, women in southwestern Pennsylvania have celebrated how they can collectively change lives through the Women’s Leadership Council.
A restaurant in Troy Hill has a unique way of doing some of those things – as long as it doesn’t bug you about what is in your food.
As parents and students adjust to their back-to-school routines, you may be finding that your children are a little more sluggish than usual.
Next week, the people of Pittsburgh won’t have to cross the pond to experience English culture as the celebration known as Britsburgh returns.
A number of different charitable organizations are doing their part to make sure families have what they need for back-to-school.
There has been a lot riding on how much the cash registers would ring during this back to school shopping season.
The Homewood Community Days event aims to focus on the positive things going on in the neighborhood and on the people who call it home.
Police are investigating after hundreds of vases were stolen from a cemetery in Connellsville.
Despite greater awareness in recent years about concussions, there’s still a lot of work to be done in preventing them.
The final Open Streets Pittsburgh event of the summer will be held on Sunday and will feature a new route.
The National Council of Jewish Women in Pittsburgh has been hard at work to make sure more than 500 local kids have what they need when they head back to class.