Thousands Participate In Pittsburgh Race For The CureThis year, 20,000 people took part in the Pittsburgh Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
Eating Disorder Survivor Speaks OutA local woman battling an eating disorder is speaking out in hopes of inspiring others.
City Council Approves Measure To Allow Park Rangers To Hand Out CitationsPittsburgh City Council has approved a measure to allow park rangers to hand out citations.
Love In The Air At Schenley Park Ice RinkLove was in the air Sunday at the Schenley Park skating rink.
Best Parks In Pittsburgh For A Winter Nature WalkWhat could be better than a rare, beautiful day in the winter? If you need to get out and experience some winter scenes, here are some great parks for a winter nature walk in Pittsburgh.
Schenley Park Ice Rink Opens Despite Warm TemperaturesIt may not feel like winter weather-wise, but there are signs of the season popping up all over the place.
93-Year-Old Greenfield Bridge Closes For Reconstruction ProjectThe 94-year-old Greenfield Bridge will close tonight.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Working To Restore Schenley Park’s Westinghouse MemorialIf you've ever been to Schenley Park, you have likely walked by the Westinghouse Memorial, but over the years it has fallen into disrepair.
Car Parade Leading Up To Annual Vintage Grand Prix At Schenley ParkDozens of vintage cars gathered on the Roberto Clemente Bridge Wednesday evening; 120 vehicles were expected to fill the bridge surface and 50 more were parked on Federal Street for a street party at Atria's.
New, Improved Beaver Co. Racetrack To Host Historic Car Races Ahead Of Vintage Grand PrixClassic cars from the past will race through Schenley Park next weekend in the 33rd edition of the Vintage Grand Prix. But the first races, involving "historic" cars, begin Saturday at a new and improved race track in Beaver County.
Rainy Weather Breeding More Mosquitoes, Leads To West Nile ConcernsWhen it rains and water ponds, mosquitos breed faster than ever.
Mosquito Population Expected To Boom Due To Rainy SummerThe Allegheny County Health Department says they're actively testing mosquitos for West Nile Virus and Chikungunya Virus.

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