West Penn AAA’s Tracy Edwards joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday to explore potential travel options for Steelers fans that want to head to London to see the team take on the Vikings on Sept. 29, 2013.
Front yard volleyball with mom is a pleasant diversion for the silver medal winner home from London. Christa Harmotto of Hopewell Township was one of many stars on a team that was all about teamwork.
Mitt’s terrible foreign trip isn’t just bad press and a campaign stumble. In diplomacy gaffes, missteps, and offenses have real consequences for our national security and the peace and stability of the world.
When Mitt is back home, will the offensive comments stop? Republicans can only hope so because this race is too important to be decided by “how much America likes one guy over another”. But such a factor could very well decide the outcome of this election.
We recently profiled a number of local Olympians, but since the opening ceremonies in London, another youngster with WPIAL ties has flown–or, to be more specific, swam–under our radar.
Mitt Romney insulted Britain’s preparations for the Olympics and inspired quotes like “apparently devoid of charm, warmth, humor or sincerity” and “worse than Sarah Palin” before cashing campaign checks from bankers and lobbyists who are at the center of the Libor scandal.
A banner at the entrance to Christa Harmotto’s Hopewell Township neighborhood wishes her luck in the Summer Olympics. Christa is a star player on the United States women’s volleyball team.
A young man from Bethel Park is “walking” to the Olympics in London. Trevor Barron, 19, shaved 40 seconds of the U.S. race walking record for 20,000 meters, at the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., last Saturday.
After three successive nights of rioting, looting and arson, the British government is cracking down. KDKA’s Andy Sheehan spoke with a friend who works in London about the tense situation.
Wedding fever has swept the world! Prince William and Catherine Middleton are now husband and wife after exchanging vows at Westminster Abbey in London.
By now you’ve probably heard that there’s a royal wedding afoot. Prince William, Prince Charles’ eldest son, will be marrying Kate Middleton in London on April 29, 2011. Not since Charles’ and Diana’s wedding in 1981 has there been such a high-profile royal wedding.
The changing of the guard, the crown jewels, the Globe theater and Buckingham Palace; they’re all things that make you think of London. But you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on a hotel and air fare to get a taste of British culture.
LONDON (AP) — Fresh off a fourth straight sellout at Wembley Stadium, NFL vice president of international Chris Parsons is optimistic the league will soon be playing multiple regular-season games in Britain.