The 25th annual “Head of the Ohio” rowing competition will draw spectators to the banks of the Allegheny this Saturday. The races will also draw more than 2,000 rowers from around the world, including a 47-year-old Lutheran pastor from Shadyside named Doug Spittel.
Shadyside is home to an affluent and eclectic crowd of families, artists, students, and young professionals alike. You’re almost guaranteed to find something that sparks your interest in town!
Looking for some fun things to do with the family this weekend? The “barganistas” of Living Pittsburgh share their picks for the best free and affordable outdoor activities in and around the ‘Burgh!
Pittsburgh police say they have arrested a teenager in connection with a string of recent burglaries in Shadyside.
A local woman is thanking the Good Samaritans who jumped into action to save her dog when it jumped out of her car and ran near a busy intersection.
Filming for the new “Batman” movie began this week in Pittsburgh. While the script calls for many action sequences, it likely doesn’t call for actors to carjack unsuspecting police officers.
It’s our favorite day of the week: “Free & Affordable Friday”! The ladies of LivingPittsburgh.com, Heather Walsh and Rachel Booth, are sharing their picks for the best bargains in town. The bargainistas are sharing their picks for some FREE outdoor fun. It may be another scorcher in Pittsburgh this weekend, but at least you can still have a great time on a dime!
Police are investigating after a Carnegie Mellon University student living in an off-campus apartment says he was attacked while sleeping outside earlier this week.
Some people who got parking tickets in Shadyside say the City of Pittsburgh may have overlooked something.
A line of storms moving through western Pennsylvania is causing some problems.
Pittsburgh police arrested two young men who tried to rob a man with a fake gun on a footbridge in Shadyside.
KDKA’s Kym Gable reports that one man was shot in the stomach after words were exchanged in the 5700-block of Centre Avenue in Shadyside around 5 p.m.
Emergency officials with the city of Pittsburgh say a grandmother who was holding a child was struck by a vehicle this morning in Shadyside.
A man and woman are in police custody following a bank robbery this morning in Shadyside. Pittsburgh police say 28-year-old Alvin Carter and 24-year-old Philicia Barbieri, both from Shadyside, are facing charges of robbery and criminal conspiracy.
If you’re out for a night on the town and looking for a place to get rid of a case of the munchies, look no further than Pittsburgh’s East End.
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