Glowing in the mid-day sun, the bronze statue of children’s television icon Fred Rogers regains its original luster.
Only the best of the best should be memorialized with a statue.
In Kennedy Park in McKeesport stands a statue of President John F. Kennedy, commissioned three days after the president was shot in Dallas.
It’s safe to say the massive gold-colored statue known as “Zuverman” is going to turn some heads in Darlington, Beaver County.
There’s a search going on for a beloved statue taken from Pittsburgh’s Uptown.
Pass the collection plate. Let’s raise the funds for a Charlie Morton statue.
One person was arrested after the Madonna statue at a local church was smashed and destroyed.
A Beaver County police department is on the lookout for Bigfoot, but this one is a much smaller version of the ape-like creature that some people say roams the wild.
Remember when statues of sports icons were reserved for men of true character?
In honor of its 40th anniversary, the “Immaculate Reception” monument was unveiled near Heinz Field Saturday.
It’s no secret that Mario Lemieux will forever be talked about as arguably the best player to ever lace up a pair of skates. In my opinion, none have been better and he sits alone atop the mountain in that discussion.
Three times the savior of Pittsburgh hockey, a statue honoring Mario Lemieux was unveiled Wednesday, appropriately called “Le Magnifique.”
Anticipation has been building for weeks now, and the day Penguins’ fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Fans began gathering outside of CONSOL Energy Center early in order to get front row seats for the big unveiling of the Mario Lemieux statue.
A statue honoring arguably the greatest player to ever lace up a pair of skates will be unveiled Monday afternoon.
There’s a big honor in the works for Mario Lemieux. The Penguins announced today that a statue honoring the career and achievements the hockey legend and Hall-of-Famer will be unveiled on March 7.