Batting practice is underway at PNC Park, and a dozen “ballhawks” armed with gloves chase down home run balls in the left field stands.
More than a thousand science students gathered on the North Shore on Friday to present exhibits they hope will change the world. But the center of attention was a high school freshman for a project he presented three years ago.
An eagle’s nest, tucked into a tree on a hillside in Hays, is drawing visitors to the nearby Heritage Trail.
The Barbie doll is tall, thin and perfectly proportioned. But who could ever hope to look like her?
Cheaters never prosper. …Or do they? Well, it seems some Pittsburgh neighborhoods are less faithful than others.
Twenty-five years ago, Teenie Harris showed us his catalog of photographs, spanning four decades of urban life for the Pittsburgh Courier.
An unseasonable snowfall blankets the yard of a special house under construction in Venetia, Washington County.
“Victor” is rarely at a loss for words.
Historical sites across the state are now up for sale. That includes a national historic landmark in Washington County.
It doesn’t have to be just for Pirates games. The Roberto Clemente Bridge and more have closed down for other big events.
A proposal to use Allegheny County bridges as venues for special events is on the agenda for tonight’s County Council meeting.
A steam shovel reshapes the landscape by Route 28 on the North Side. It’s just down the road from the site of the first Croatian Roman Catholic Church in the western hemisphere.
A 4-year-old boy with cerebral palsy is enjoying a new sense of freedom thanks to a device called the “Spider.”
Ash Wednesday at Mount Saint Peter Parish in New Kensington. The faithful receive the ashen symbol of the cross at a church that dates back 123 years.
Dozens of fantasy characters will celebrate “100 Years of Magic” when “Disney on Ice” opens Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center.