The 10th Annual “Wiener 100″ dachshund race kicked off Kennywood’s first day of “Celebrate America.”
The talented team of artists that created Pittsburgh’s largest sand sculpture is back at the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta, working on something bigger and better.
The Big Butler Fair has been coming around for 159 years.
More than 100 cookie cutter collectors are in town for International Cookie Cutter Collectors Club Convention. Lynn Maguire is a founder and president of the club.
The popularity of soccer is growing in the United States.
The Wexford Post Office Deli has been serving sandwiches, salads and wraps for 35 years.
He may be retired, but Pittsburgh Steeler great Jerome Bettis still has all the moves.
Bethel Park had a tiny new officer out making the rounds Tuesday.
A treasure chest filled with toys brought smiles to a 4-year-old boy from Mercer, during visits to the Children’s Hospital oncology clinic.
Monday at noon. Junior gymnasts fill the Clemente bridge. They’ve come to make history, with some help from Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas.
A Facebook petition aimed at getting a local man with Down syndrome inducted into the North Hills Sports Hall of Fame has fallen short.
June 6, 1944. Thousands of lives hung in the balance as young men stormed the beaches. Many would not come back. Of those who did, a precious few remain.
Far from screaming coaches and roaring crowds, Steelers veteran Brett Keisel savors the silence of the old fishing hole.
The Westmoreland County Air Show is back.
Fr. Joseph McCaffrey shares lofty sentiments with parishioners at Saints John and Peter Church in Franklin Park.