Black History Month
As we celebrate Black History Month, we visit a local congregation that’s been around for more than 150 years.
An unassuming ice cream parlor in downtown Pittsburgh is a place that’s helping to make many local residents’ dreams come true.
As we celebrate Black History Month, we trace the roots of the first African Methodist Church west of the Allegheny Mountains.
A new display at a local museum features documents and items from the Civil War.
February is Black History Month.
A pair of local college students have created a Black History Month exhibit they hope will have a positive impact on the community.
A story of love, family and courage continues to have an impact, though it has been told for more than 80 years.
A local chapter of a national fraternity — that was motivated by the challenges facing many black children — has created a useful program.
What a group of African-American women decided to do in the early 1900s on a university campus has withstood the test of time.
In Homewood, on North Homewood Avenue, stands a small bakery store that has been serving the community for more than 35 years.
Dr. Laurence Glasco, a professor of African-American history at the University of Pittsburgh is teaming up with Dollar Bank.
Employees of Dollar Bank, a bank that has been in the community since July 19, 1855, discovered several documents a couple years ago, many of them actual signature ledgers, as well as the original charter and articles of incorporation.
The Heinz History Center’s gripping exhibit, “From Slavery to Freedom,” has new touches.
February is Black History Month. There are many things planned in Pittsburgh to celebrate it.
In celebration of Black History Month, we took a look at a local legendary musician who is giving back to his community.