Americans are taking time today to honor our Fallen Heroes, as well as those currently serving in the armed forces.
While many people are enjoying picnics and barbeques this Memorial Day, the holiday is meant to remember those who gave their lives for this country.
It’s the Memorial Day weekend. For most of us – that means the start of summer. It’s time to relax – and enjoy the warm weather. But Memorial Day is more important than that. It […]
Local service members and veterans got a special night out Thursday when they were treated to an evening of free food and games.
“The KDKA Morning News” talked to Karen Vaughn, the mother of a fallen Afghanistan War veteran, as well as Nikki Mendicino, who has been supporting vets since she was 10 years old.
Backyard barbeques aren’t the only way to celebrate Memorial Day this year.
Sticker shock has hit the gas pumps again.
If you’re looking for some ideas for your Memorial Day cookout, check out these recipes from the Giant Eagle Market District!
Memorial Day in Pittsburgh represents a great time for the residents and visitors. For those of you that want to have a special getaway during the time of the events, the following places will give you quite a bit in terms of relaxation, as well as a tremendous amount of fun. Getting away near Pittsburgh is a fantastic time filled with great people, places and scenery making it a trip that will definitely be worth your time and money.
Honor Memorial Day and celebrate the national holiday with these five ideas.
It’s barbecue season! Time to find the perfect backyard grill for you and your whole family. Here are five great options to get you started.
Memorial Day is not just the official start to summer. It’s also an important holiday to pay your respects for those men and women who died in battle.
Pittsburgh was the latest stop in a national, 10-city tour for the screening of a film called “That Which I Love Destroys Me.”
There was face paint, a parachute and more at Soldiers and Sailors Hall on Memorial Day.
The National Cemetery of the Alleghenies was dedicated in October 2000, 61 years after Pittsburgh Cpl. Richard Heyl was killed in World War II.