KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte was live for Black and Gold Sunday at Kuhn’s Market for a special Memorial Day Edition.
The sky was lit up over Hartwood Acres Saturday. Thousands of people gathered there this Memorial Day weekend for the first-ever “Pyro Fest” celebration and it did not disappoint.
On a weekend where the real meaning of Memorial Day can get lost among the hot dogs, fireworks and fun to be had at a baseball game, Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie Richichi remembers a few of the men who gave their all on the diamond and their lives on the battlefield.
Gas prices have been going down in recent weeks. It’s all good news for Memorial Day weekend drivers. “I don’t think you’re going to see any increases,” Don Bowers, of Superior Petroleum, said. “I think if anything, you’re going to see some decreases around the area.”
Drive down the main street of Canonsburg, East and West Pike Street, and you can’t help but notice an unusual and somewhat personal banner.
Dozens of students started the Memorial Day weekend by visiting the Allegheny Cemetery Friday morning.
From swim wear to patio furniture to lawn mowers and grilling accessories, if you’re looking to gear up for the summer then there are plenty of sales going on around the area this Memorial Day weekend.
Just in time for the Memorial Day Weekend, some businesses are serving up discounts.
The first-ever fireworks festival here in the Pittsburgh area kicks off Monday, and close to $400,000 worth of fireworks will light up the sky over Hartwood Acres on Memorial Day.
Memorial Day is just around the corner. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate, you may want to head to Hartwood Acres.
Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer. See what the holiday really means and why it falls on the last Monday in May.
Memorial Day is just around the corner. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate, you may want to head to Hartwood Acres. An action-packed fireworks festival, called Pyrofest, will be held. It’s the first of its kind there as more than $350,000 worth of fireworks will be set off.
There are a lot of things to blame for the new $3.71 national average – Iran, refinery issues, speculators – but most of us don’t care about the reason. We just want this upward ride to stop.
A man whose body was found in the Ohio River on Memorial Day has been identified. The Beaver County Coroner says 63-year-old Gregory Smith, of Sewickley, apparently drowned.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore served our country in two tours in Vietnam. On Memorial Day, Chris recognizes all those who have fought for our country.