Make A Wish
Little Rocco Mastramico was one of 30 children who, along with their families, attended Penguins practice Tuesday morning, through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The tale of a 5-year-old Leukemia survivor who dreamed of being Batman sparked a social media firestorm Friday.
Big Ben surprised one of his biggest fans with a donation to a charity close to his heart.
Some 40,000 fans packed PNC Park to watch the Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the Cincinnati Reds Tuesday night.
Three-year-old Cooper Meadows is getting his wish today.
Disney on Ice, which continues through Sunday at CONSOL Energy Center, is a fantasy world where wishes sometimes come true. That’s especially true for little girls with dreams of royalty.
A social media effort to help a local boy fighting cancer meet his favorite WWE superstar came true Tuesday night. Not only did he attend the WWE Raw event at CONSOL Energy Center, he got up close and personal with Daniel Bryan.
A local girl’s wish was to see Hawaii. She’s not well enough to make the trip, so the Make A Wish Foundation brought Hawaii to her.
The Pittsburgh Penguins hope 2012 brings good tidings. That hope goes double for special fans who come to watch them practice at CONSOL Energy Center.
You can imagine the surprise when dozens of Christmas cards started arriving at the local Make-a-Wish Foundation — including some hand-made cards made by second graders at the Donaldson School in Oakdale — all addressed to some little boy named Max who nobody here as ever heard of.
If you would like to send a card to “Mighty” Max Low, use the following address.
It is one of the staples of the holiday season for Downtown Pittsburgh and something Macy’s has been doing for years. Ahead of the big unveiling, the department store today previewed its new 2011 window display entitled “The Wish Factory.”