Students at Pittsburgh Obama School were recently surprised with a visit from Olympic medalist swimmer, Cullen Jones.
We recently profiled a number of local Olympians, but since the opening ceremonies in London, another youngster with WPIAL ties has flown–or, to be more specific, swam–under our radar.
Two lifeguards rescued a 13-year-old boy in Beaver County Saturday evening.
There’s a new warning from the Army Corps of Engineers.
The holiday weekend warm-up is being welcomed by some, but the arrival of the hot temperatures is bringing with it a warning from doctors and other experts.
The official start of summer may still be a few weeks away, but with temperatures in the 80s and the sun even making a few appearances, it’s time to hit the pool! Find out when your community pool opens for the season with our local swimming pool guide.
The body of a Washington County man who went missing Friday while swimming in a local lake with friends has been recovered.
From picnics and barbecues to swimming and sunbathing, summer festivities are enough to put a smile on anyone’s face. But chew on this: everything from the type of water you swim in to the seasonal foods you eat, even the shade of lipstick you wear can ruin your pearly whites.
The reopening of Brady’s Run Park lake in Brighton Township couldn’t have come at a better time this summer with the 90-plus degree weather we’re having. But last week, signs were posted making the lake off limits.
Delmont resident Darren Miller has been swimming since he was a kid. Now 28, Darren has taken those skills to a new level.
The Red Cross has tips to help keep you and your family safe while enjoying the water this summer. For more, click here.
Each county pool will hold Learn to Swim lessons in July. The lessons are free and you don’t have to pre-register.
As local kids head to area pools for a summer of splashing around, the deaths of two children who had to be pulled out of the water while swimming is weighing heavily on the minds of some parents. So what can you do to keep your children safe?