Anyone who attended the Pirates game Monday night witnessed some special Memorial Day moments to remember those who gave their lives for our country.
Pittsburgh was the latest stop in a national, 10-city tour for the screening of a film called “That Which I Love Destroys Me.”
Veterans will have the opportunity to pick up some free meals around the area today.
A memorial to Beaver County veterans has towered over McIntosh Square in Beaver since 1900. But the weapons they once held have been missing for some time.
A documentary featuring wounded veteran Mike Cranmer debuted this weekend at Latitude 40.
The first of its kind Boulder Crest Retreat is attempting to undo some of the harm our troops still suffer. It aims to heal wounds that are clearly visible or not.
Jones has reported on the impact of war in the Middle East, Asia and Africa. She has spent time in Afghanistan with US soldiers.
Somewhere in the phalanx of rollaway suitcases at Pittsburgh International Airport, a family greets a soldier home from the war.
The Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride is a rehabilitative cycling event that focuses on physical health, wellness and healing.
The words “in honor of those who served” say it all at a Mt. Lebanon Veterans Memorial.
While many people were preparing for cookouts at the end of a long weekend, the true meaning of Memorial Day is to honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom.
They are the faces of just a few of the fallen soldiers from our area who gave their lives while serving our country this past year.
They were members of the Greatest Generation, and when their country called, they answered. Now, a group of veterans have made a one-day trip to Washington D.C. to see the World War II Memorial.
Lt. Colonel Chuck Sargent of the Air Force Reserves addressed students at Moon Area Middle School Monday.
Patronize, volunteer and enjoy one or more of these great Memorial Day Events.