The Pirates’ series at PNC Park with the St. Louis Cardinals could not have been more important.
Classic cars from the past will race through Schenley Park next weekend in the 33rd edition of the Vintage Grand Prix. But the first races, involving “historic” cars, begin Saturday at a new and improved race track in Beaver County.
The Anthrocon convention is back in town, opening a four-day weekend at David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
It was a complete team effort for the Pirates Tuesday night.
Hundreds of “future swimmers” turned out at four Allegheny County pools Tuesday morning, on the opening day for free swimming lessons.
“USA! USA!” The chant was heard many times at Schenley Plaza Sunday night as the U. S. women’s soccer team scored early and often to win the World Cup, 5-2.
Fourth of July celebrations have been taking place all over the region.
The Big Butler Fair is even bigger this year, with new rides – like the million-dollar “Khaos.”
The Barbershop Harmony Society is holding its championships in Pittsburgh this week.
Pilots and crew from the 911th Air Wing in Coraopolis rehearsed a series of targeted “air drops” over a Consol Energy site in Ohio Thursday afternoon.
Lunch hour visitors in Market Square were treated to four-part harmony at its finest Thursday afternoon.
The towering presence of Uncle Sam, joined by the Jocular Juggler and the annual antics of the Juggling Comedian, are a big part of Kennywood Park’s “Celebrate America” festival.
The EQT Three Rivers Regatta starts this Friday, but all the recent rain is raising some concern for organizers.
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.