A teddy bear, car parts and more than one mattress were among the items found by volunteers cleaning up local rivers this weekend.
When Pennsylvania lawmakers passed changes to the state child abuse laws, they never intended for it to place a new financial burden on first responders.
The president of the Boy Scouts of America, Robert Gates, said Thursday that the organization’s longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable and called for change in order to prevent “the end of us as a national movement.”
The Animal Rescue League is looking for volunteers to help in their wildlife center.
Thousands of marathoners will pound the Pittsburgh pavement Sunday, accepting water from a half million biodegradable cups.
Volunteers have been hard at work in Munhall to help former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch and his Best of the Batch Foundation get ready for summer.
The city is looking for volunteers to count pedestrians and bicycles.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is now open for the season.
The people of Pittsburgh once again showed their generosity. Much needed medical kits are now on their way to Cuba, thanks to some local students.
The U.S. Open returns to Oakmont Country Club in 2016 and more than a year before the tournament tees off, the call is going out for volunteers.
Andy Pugh is back in Squirrel Hill after spending the past two-and-a-half months in the West African nation of Sierra Leone.
Every kid wants a bicycle of their own, and volunteers and donors in Western Pennsylvania are making that possible for many who couldn’t otherwise afford one.
It’s tough to believe, but tax season is just around the corner and the United Way is already gearing up.
From toilet paper and flashlights, to canned goods and cereal bars, volunteers are preparing blizzard boxes for Meals on Wheels recipients.
Volunteers in Westmoreland County donated their time and money to help people in need this holiday season.