Kidsburgh: 'Songs For Seniors' Lifting The Spirits Of High School Seniors And Senior CitizensOlder people living in senior centers are among the most affected in this pandemic, but some local high school performers are lifting their spirits with a program called “Songs for Seniors.”
Q&A With Dr. Ray Pontzer On How To Properly Wear A MaskPeople have questions about how to properly wear masks and the chief of infectious diseases at UPMC St. Margaret Hospital has answers.
'Very Promising': Local Trainers Look For Dogs That Can Be Taught To Detect Coronavirus In PeopleLocal dog trainers are looking for dogs and their owners to train the dogs on how to detect COVID-19 in people.
Kidsburgh: With Coronavirus Closing Pools And Canceling Summer Camps, Parenting Expert Says It's Time To Get CreativePools, spray parks, camps — all part of many kids’ ideas of a great summer. And while some places hope to open later this summer, many will be closed.
Local Doctor Urges Colleagues To Speak Out Against Anti-Vaccine MovementDr. Todd Wolynn is fighting back against an anti-vaccine movement that has taken hold on social media.
Can Coronavirus Be Transmitted Through Sweat? Allegheny Health Network Doctor Answers Questions About COVID-19An Allegheny Health Network doctor answers your questions about coronavirus.
March Of Dimes, Other Organizations Search For Alternatives As Coronavirus Keeps Everyone Socially DistancedMany local charities hold spring fundraisers, like walks and galas, that provide critical funding for their cause, but those are all canceled and charities are looking for alternatives.
EQT Children's Theater Festival Goes Online, Offers More Than 40 Free Activities For Families At HomeThe EQT Children's Theater Festival is going online this year.
Kidsburgh: Summer Camps Go Virtual During Coronavirus PandemicParents are getting emails about summer camps that are cancelled are postponed, but some are moving online.
'A Longer Season With Many Bad Days': Local Doctor Says Allergy Season Will Be Difficult For PittsburghersThe trees are blooming, and the grass is bright green, but while it’s beautiful for some, it’s misery for others.
'Social Distancing Protocols Stay In Place': Doctor Warns Moving To 'Yellow Phase' Does Not Mean The Relaxing Of Safety PrecautionsThis coming Friday, much of Southwestern Pennsylvania will be moving into the "Yellow Phase" of the state's plan to slow the spread of Coronavirus.
'I Have Many Other Talents': Education Non-Profit Challenges Kids To Appreciate What They've Learned During Coronavirus PandemicKids are resilient, and while school at home is not always easy, it’s also allowed kids to learn things they might otherwise not have had time to do.
'An Industry That Is In Complete Shutdown Distress': Pittsburgh Cultural District Feeling Heavy Weight Of Coronavirus ShutdownThe arts and entertainment industry is almost completely shutdown because the business model is built on bringing large groups of people together.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh Charity Gives Communication Devices To Kids With Autism Who Left Theirs At SchoolKids left their schools in March without their books and whatever was in their lockers, thinking they would be back in a couple weeks. But some kids also had to leave their voice.
Local Travel Agent Says Summer Travelers Interested In 'Drive Markets' This YearOne local travel agent says even with travel plans in flux right now, there is a lot of interest in what are known as "drive markets."