Knights of Columbus collecting money in Elizabeth Township over the weekend got quite a surprise.
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It was a meeting set weeks ago, but Wednesday’s discussion between Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC’s CEO Jeffrey Romoff took on greater significance in the wake of demonstrations that shut down part of Grant Street this week.
The “St. Vincent de Paul Society,” a lay organization, helps people who are in real need of food, shelter and other necessities of life.
Ginny Hannan, of Upper Saint Clair, models the dress she’ll wear for dinner Friday night. Ginny’s husband, Tim, will also be handsomely attired. After all, Valentine’s Day comes just once a year.
Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel cleaned up Wednesday night for charity.
Here they go again – jumping into a frigid river in the middle of January. Are they crazy?
Bitter cold is making its way to Pittsburgh early next week and furnaces will be on full power, and people will be under their blankets trying to keep warm.
From behind, it looked like a typical scene in any salon, a teenager being prepped for a fabulous, fresh new cut.
Parents were at the former CJ Mangin School in Monaca to play Santa Claus.
They were there choosing free toys to put under the tree to fulfill dreams on Christmas morning.
The spirit of the season is alive and well, at Park Place A.M.E Church in Homestead. Volunteers are giving away 550 boxes of food.
If you donated to the Free Care Fund Thursday night, you were part of history.
From toys to games to clothing, the students at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute are busy wrapping all sorts of presents, gifts that will go to children and families throughout the community.
A local community is coming together for the common good of working together to give back to those in need.
After giving thanks and shopping for deals, it’s time to start giving back.