A Boy Scout log cabin on a hillside in Oakdale was actually built in North Fayette Township 280 years ago. Boy Scouts of years past moved it to its current location in 1932.
An empty shell of crumbling brick is all that remains of the Bantam car company, the Butler plant which played a huge role in winning World War II.
You can put your own creativity on display at the Three Rivers Arts Festival this weekend.
The annual “Burn Camp” in Fombell, Butler County, is a welcome change for kids who feel isolated by their injuries.
The old Wexford Station House is one step closer to its new home.
The Sunny Slopes of South Park is one of Allegheny County’s most popular sledding areas. Pray for snow, and down you go.
The underside of the Fort Duquesne Bridge hosted an unlikely confluence of community leaders and artists Thursday morning.
The pig population has increased from zero to three, at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
Adrianne Kelly has been teaching music at Minadeo Elementary School for 31 of her 33 years with the Pittsburgh school system. But retirement looms. This year is her last.
“This is the on-off switch for all the power. And then are the lights. You want to turn on the low beams by hitting that.”
A hawk flies above the crowd on a sunny afternoon at the National Aviary. After a five-year absence, eagles, owls and their kin have returned to the Rose Garden.
It’s Awards Day at Union High School in Rimersburg. Among the students is Jared Buzard, of Sligo, as expected. He has never been absent from school. Ever.
Young re-enactors portraying the Colored Troops Fife and Drum Corps are among the many individuals who took part in Memorial Day festivities at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial in Oakland.
What appears to be trash – tubes and metal poles strewn on a hillside at Cooper’s Lake Campground in Butler County – will produce brilliant fireworks shows Friday and Saturday night.
A season appeared to go up in smoke the night of Dec. 27.