It’s officially summer and that means it’s time to go swimming.
Allegheny County Parks is looking for lifeguards.
Six of the Citiparks pools will stay open through Labor Day (Sept. 2) this year.
Swimming programs have resumed at 12 YMCA day camps in the Pittsburgh area.
Monday was hot and humid and that won’t change much in the near future.
Many parents probably remember that popular primer on bodily functions called “Everybody Poops.” Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning that human feces are found in more than half of public swimming pools.
The thermometer has hit 80 degrees and the sun is out. You know what that means: it’s time to hit the pool!
Summer’s here and so are the heat waves and high costs of trying to keep cool. Luckily, Pittsburgh’s pooling with great places to take a refreshing dip. Make a splash at one of the best waterparks and pools in Pittsburgh for a wet and wild day with the whole family.
The official start of summer may still be a few weeks away, but with temperatures in the 80s and the sun even making a few appearances, it’s time to hit the pool! Find out when your community pool opens for the season with our local swimming pool guide.
There’s so much to do outside in our area to take advantage of the nice weather, and a lot of it’s free. The ladies at LivingPittsburgh.com have their top five picks for free summer activities.
There’s so much to do outside in our area to take advantage of the nice summer weather, and a lot of it’s free.
As local kids head to area pools for a summer of splashing around, the deaths of two children who had to be pulled out of the water while swimming is weighing heavily on the minds of some parents. So what can you do to keep your children safe?