It was a celebration of African American heritage Saturday in downtown Pittsburgh.
The lengths people will go to. Seriously, the miserableness of some in this town never, ever, ceases to amaze me.
A Westmoreland County city is going bananas this weekend.
It’s not all coasters and bungee jumps on a hot day at Kennywood Park.
Joe Walters celebrates his 100th birthday with a round of golf at Westwood Golf Club in West Mifflin. Legally blind, the World War II veteran doesn’t let a little thing like heat get in his way.
Traffic is already backed up, and tailgaters out in force — and the Steelers aren’t even playing.
The Blue and the Gray are meeting again at Gettysburg.
They’ve been around for half a century!
There was a time when trolleys were Pittsburgh’s prime source of transportation. Fifty years ago, volunteers in Washington, Pennsylvania, began preserving those symbols of the past.
Festivities in Point State Park on Saturday afternoon will mark the completion of a bike trail from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC.
For the young and young of heart, this is a night to sweep out the old, this hope for the new.
This weekend marks 40 years since the greatest play in NFL history, the Immaculate Reception, and a weekend full of events are being planned to celebrate.
Wholey’s in the Strip District is celebrating 100 years in business this weekend. And, the family-owned business has a big party planned.
The Gateway Clipper Fleet is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its largest boat in style.
A celebration was held, bright and early Tuesday, at one Pittsburgh public high school to mark the new school year.