They say it’s better to give than to receive – and nowhere is that truer than at the soup kitchens and shelters where volunteers spend their Christmases helping others.
Hundreds of volunteers from the Jewish community are spending the day giving back on Christmas.
If you still haven’t started your Christmas shopping, you still have a few options, but they’re dwindling fast.
Steelers Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau spreads holiday cheer by reading the Christmas classic, “The Night Before Christmas.”
As the number of hours to shop has decreased, we’ve seen the pace of shopping pick up and we’ve seen the procrastinator, the bargain hunter and the occasional person who just likes to be part of this atmosphere.
Here are the closures and adjustments you need to know about for the Christmas holiday.
Santa Claus is coming to town! Are your kids planning on staying up tonight to wait for Santa to come down the chimney? Well, they can track his progress as he makes his annual global journey using NORAD.
An early morning fire left an Arnold house scorched and ruined just before Christmas, but the family that lives there won’t let it squash their cheer.
Hundreds of children gathered together Friday night to remember the little boy killed at the Pittsburgh zoo.
When it comes to decorating for the holidays we often get stuck in a rut.
Dec. 12 is National Poinsettia Day, a day to celebrate the season’s most beloved flower. Here are the best florists in Pittsburgh to buy your holiday poinsettia.
It’s the Christmas Season and that time you head to the liquor store to get wine and spirits for those Christmas parties and gifts.
Port Authority buses seemed more like Santa’s sleigh when they were used to collect toy donations Thursday.
A local church is trying to track down two dozen Christmas presents after they were stolen.
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