High school football has been part of the Pittsburgh landscape for as long as most people can remember. This week, two legendary programs are helping to run a special camp.
There was celebrating in the streets last night in Neshannock Township.
In just two years since its inception, the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue League has flown nearly 200 missions to save almost 1,200 dogs.
Few will think of fire safety when asked about the American Red Cross. However, they are working to change people’s attitudes and to eliminate the dangers of fires one household at a time.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is finally here.
Transitioning from military life to civilian life can be tough for any veteran. Now, we’re learning more about the struggle for female veterans in particular.
If you held off on planting for the summer last weekend because of the frost advisory, there’s something else you need to watch out for when you do plant.
The last two winters have been really hard on our plants and gardens, and the harsh cold has come as a shock to many of the items we like to have traditionally grown in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Children were learning about bike safety over the weekend in Glenshaw.
A man is now behind bars, accused of stealing a disabled woman’s motorized scooter in Sharpsburg.
It’s called The Crucible and it’s first of its kind fundraiser in our area. The name itself gives you a clue that it’ll be quite the challenge.
Ask a gardener, and they will tell you that deer seem to be anywhere these days. So, how can you protect your garden from deer?
It’s called our national past time, yet not all kids are able to play the game. Now, some former Pirates, the team and Pirates Charities are giving all kids a place to play.
Pittsburgh was the latest stop in a national, 10-city tour for the screening of a film called “That Which I Love Destroys Me.”
Well, there’s no more debate about which local newsmen have the best hair: the definitive list has been created.