Scott LoBaido is not just painting a wall. The artist from Staten Island paints giant American flags for veterans nationwide.
And while it is not an official federal holiday, that’s not stopping people around here from celebrating the stars and stripes.
Sgt. John Howe had a treat in store for Three Hierarchs Eastern Orthodox School in Heidelberg.
It is becoming a growing form of protest over the outcome of the Presidential Election; people flying the American Flag upside down. But now those protests are sparking a protest of their own.
Grasping his medals from his military service, a very thankful and emotional Tony Pallatto stood in front of his Oakmont home weeping. “It touches me,” he said. “For all the buddies I lost in Vietnam, all veterans, my total respect for all of them.”
A new exhibit that’s about to open at the Senator John Heinz History Center focuses on one of our nation’s most enduring symbols: the American flag.
A flag that was all but destroyed at Ground Zero during the 9/11 attack was on display at the Illinois veteran’s hospital shorten after news of the terror leader’s death was announced.
MCKEES ROCKS (KDKA) — A McKees Rocks veteran can’t stand the sight of the tattered American Flag near his home. The flag is flying in front of the abandoned Elks Lodge in McKees Rocks. Vietnam […]
Saying the Pledge of Allegiance is hardly controversial but it seemed so at a League of Women Voters Congressional Debate in Peters Township Tuesday night. Democrat Dan Connolly and Republican Tim Murphy were about to […]