Millions of American kids are too heavy and don’t get the exercise they need. Other teens are falling into the trap of performance enhancing drugs to get bigger and stronger. Because of that, the Pittsburgh Pirates and its training staff decided to do something about it.
The Peduto administration made history Thursday night when it became the first in the country to use a computerized social networking site to answer tax payers’ questions.
For 45 years, Cool Springs Golf Complex had been a staple in the South Hills, but the facility fell into disrepair before a fire destroyed a building in September. Thursday, a brand new Cool Springs opened for business.
Classic car buffs were treated to a celebration of the automobile in four places around Pittsburgh Wednesday.
Thrill-seekers were out in full force today in Downtown Pittsburgh as they had a chance to rappel down a 27-story building
It has been called the grimmest common malignancy. Even if pancreatic cancer is detected early, the prognosis is rarely good.
A career music man is now cooking up something special at the Hard Rock Café – and on Bret Michaels Day, no less.
Funding in the Blackhawk School District is still a question, but today, a principal at the third, fourth and fifth grade building is keeping her job.
He is the hometown hero playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but Neil Walker wants to make sure the next generation learns to love the game of baseball.
November 2009, the Mon Wharf landing enhancement project was dedicated — another step toward completing the Great Allegheny Passage from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh.
Severe storms caused five trees to fall “like dominos” onto telephone wires in Crescent Township Tuesday night.
The Blaine Hill Volunteer Fire Company in Elizabeth Township is very proud of its community-oriented fire protection, and now that protection is no longer limited to just helping humans.
How do you express gratitude for things you may not understand, to people you have never met?
Friday morning Heinz employees assembled more than 100,000 meals in an effort to stop hunger worldwide.
Imagine what it would be like to do nothing but play in the sand all day — every day. Two guys made that a reality in Market Square Thursday.