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.
Today is Memorial Day and while many will be celebrating an extra day off from work, it is important to remember the significance of the day.
Veterans and their families gathered for the annual Memorial Day program at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
Fireworks lit up the sky over Hartwood Acres Saturday evening at the country’s largest fireworks festival.
One local veteran will be remembered in a special way this Memorial Day weekend.
Delta Flight 1295 from Atlanta landed at 10:42 a.m. Friday on time. Lance Cpl. Andrew McGlennen, 20, of Evans City, was returning from his first tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The white jeep draws attention on its journey through North America.
With the holiday weekend here, a lot of us will be firing up the grill.
It was a relentless battle that Chris and Kurt were waging using limbs, and sometimes their hands to keep the onslaught of debris moving downstream from not damming up around Chris’ boat, “Beachburg.”
Millions of Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks.
Many are off today, to get an early start on Memorial Day travel plans.
There are a lot of activities going on for Memorial Day throughout our area.