Unload Your Clutter: Getting Top Dollar For Your Family's Old StuffIf you've been spring cleaning and now have a pile of stuff to get rid of, a yard sale is not always your best bet. You'll get more money if you target what you sell to the customers who want it.
Baby Siamang Swings Into Adorable Debut At Pittsburgh ZooThe Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, introduced their newest little handful to her adoring public - 9-month-old Cahya. She’s a baby siamang.
Kidsburgh: Remake Learning DaysRemake Learning Days starts Thursday and continues for nine days filled with hundreds of free and low-cost events all around our region.
Kidsburgh: Moms Supporting New MomsA local program called Nurture PA is helping moms when they need support.
Kidsburgh: How The Pittsburgh Region Is Remaking LearningDid you ever think about the way high school is taught? It hasn't changed in a century, while so much is changing all around us.
Kidsburgh: Learn To Play Marbles From National ChampionsMost kids have played with marbles but not actually played the game of marbles.
Kidney Recipient From Viral Video Reunited With Donor At Organ Transplant CeremonyAt Allegheny General Hospital on Monday, there was a special reunion between two people who will forever be connected.
Kidsburgh: Teaching Kids About MoneySome local schools are teaching kids about money by helping them open their own savings accounts and encouraging them to save a little every week.
Kidsburgh: Summer '18 Website, Job Fairs Offer Learning Opportunities For Kids While School Is OutNow's the time to figure out what kids can do this summer to keep their minds active and to keep them out of trouble, and there's a comprehensive website and job fairs that will help.
Kidsburgh: Emerging Leaders Program In Mon ValleyA special program in the Mon Valley is helping high school seniors from disadvantaged families achieve their goals, and their success rate is unbelievable.
Kidsburgh: Mt. Lebanon H.S. Students Pushing For Gun Law ChangesAfter the Parkland shooting, students at Mt. Lebanon High School created a new group called "Students for Change.”
North Hills HS Students 'Sew' Into Community ServiceSome local teens are using their fingers, not for texting, but to do good for others.

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