On A Positive Note: Business Owner To Bike 412 Miles To Help Raise Money For 412 Food RescueA local business owner is going to ride 412 miles in one week to raise money for 412 Food Rescue.
'Blindsided': Shoppers Have Sticker Shock At The Grocery Store As Prices RiseShoppers are experiencing sticker shock at the grocery store.
On A Positive Note: Local Pediatrician Writes Free Children's Book Explaining CoronavirusThe coronavirus is hard enough for adults to understand, let alone children.
On A Positive Note: Local Hospital Keeping Families And Patients Connected During Coronavirus PandemicA local hospital is keeping families and patients connected during the coronavirus pandemic
On A Positive Note: 73 Local Nurses Graduate During Zoom Commencement CeremonyFor more than 70 local nurses, their degrees mark the entrance into the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
'Our Passion Is To Help People': Full-Time Nurse Earns Her PhD From Duquesne University After 7 YearsThe face of graduation is changing with mandated social distancing.
On A Positive Note: Nurse Who Manages West Penn Hospital Emergency Department Says 'I’ve Never Looked Back'This is National Nurses Appreciation Week, but somehow that doesn’t seem like enough during this outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
On A Positive Note: Local Chorus Teacher Creates Online 'Masked Singer' Competition For StudentsSchools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but hundreds of classrooms are open thanks to some amazingly creative teachers.
'Your Breath Is Kind Of Out Of Whack': Local Woman Fights Coronavirus After Thinking She Had BronchitisA local woman who came down with COVID-19 says she thought she had bronchitis until she was tested after her allergist noticed a low-grade fever.
'Huge Difference': Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Community Rallies Around Edgewood Siblings, Ages 9 And 6, Who Have Raised More Than $2,000 For United WayAfter starting with $37, a 9-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister have raised more than $2,000 for the United Way amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'A Lot Of Guilt': Nurse At Allegheny County Jail Fears He Passed Coronavirus To His Sister With Special NeedsA nurse at the Allegheny County Jail fears he passed the coronavirus to his sister, who lives at home with him and has special needs.