For more than 80 years The Lamplighter Restaurant and the Ferri family have been dishing up good food – and goodwill in Delmont.
Imagine if someone stole money from a man with a debilitating disease, or that same money from children who want a special ball field built?
Workers at the Lamplighter Restaurant in Delmont are searching for answers after two donation jars were stolen in the past couple of months.
At 32-years-old, Matt Onyshko has been living with ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, for five years. When he was diagnosed, he had been a firefighter with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire just over a year.
Soldiers face a lot of danger. One that many don’t expect is Lou Gehrig’s Disease — amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS.
As the season kicks off tonight, new research shows professional football players may be at a higher risk of dying from diseases such as Alzheimer’s and ALS.
Pittsburgh Penguins fans know him for his play on the ice, but in September, Craig Adams and his wife, Anne, will co-chair the 2012 ALS Walk at the Pittsburgh Zoo.