Fourth of July
It’s going to be a busy Fourth of July holiday around Downtown Pittsburgh, and it all starts this weekend with the opening of the Three Rivers Regatta.
Law enforcement officials from six states are joining forces and they all have the same message: do not drink and drive.
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
It’s the 35th Anniversary of the EQT Three Rivers Regatta June 30th through July 4th! It’s the tri-state’s largest summertime event!
Sixty-eight hot dogs in 10 minutes! That’s the world record in Nathan’s Fourth of July competition on Coney Island.
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If you were out and about today, it almost looked like the Fourth of July – not Memorial Day. Temperatures were close to 90 degrees in downtown Pittsburgh.
There are plenty of Fourth of July activities taking place in downtown Pittsburgh Monday.
With thousands of marchers and tens of thousands of spectators, Canonsburg hosts the state’s second largest Fourth of July parade.
A local community gave a wounded police officer a hero’s welcome and tribute. Clairton Police Officer James Kuzak was shot three times in the line of duty in April. Today, he was the grand marshal of the annual Fourth of July parade in Brentwood.
From sea to shining sea, Americans are celebrating the nation’s 235th birthday. In Pittsburgh, that means boat races, concerts, baseball games, food and fireworks.
Due to the Fourth of July holiday, there are some closings and adjustments in effect.
The Big Butler Fair has been coming around, and around, and around for 156 years. For Fourth of July fun and games, not to mention corn dogs, many seek the midway as their annual summer escape.
The Three Rivers Regatta will transform parts of Point State Park into beach-front property and the banks of the Allegheny River and the North Show into an observation deck for race-watching and fireworks. We put together this guide for all the festivities!