A young boy from Bethel Park, who lost his battle with a rare form of brain cancer, was laid to rest this morning.
A tremendous outpouring of support from local law enforcement is expected at the funeral of a Bethel Park boy whose dream was to become a police officer.
A little boy, who captured the heart of the entire city during his battle with a rare disease, has died.
A local man’s heartbreaking love story has revealed the generosity of others, who stepped up to help him give his late wife a proper burial.
You probably wouldn’t think clowns, zombies, aliens, and werewolves would head up a very good fundraising campaign, but ALL of them did a pretty amazing job of bringing in donations at this event today.
Bethel Park had a tiny new officer out making the rounds Tuesday.
A little boy’s dying wish has now come true.
Eddie Buggs was the kind of moniker any play-by-play guy would love.
During her senior year at North Allegheny High School, her life was inalterably changed by a brain tumor. It set Christina Schuliger on an arduous two-year path of rehabilitation and struggle in which she’s had to relearn even the simplest tasks. But she defied her doctor’s expectations.
Christina Schuliger was a happy, beautiful and accomplished senior at North Allegheny High School just 20 months ago. She was a straight-A student, a musical performer and a cross country runner, but then she got a headache that wouldn’t go away.