Road Near Tree Of Life Synagogue Re-Opens For 1st Time Since Tragic ShootingFor the first time since the tragic shooting, the roads around the Tree of Life Synagogue are open.
Squirrel Hill Polling Location Opens Late Due To Election Judge Suffering Medical EmergencyVoters heading to the polls encountered some problems around the area Tuesday morning.
Some Pittsburgh Voters Receive Special 'Stronger Than Hate' Voting StickersWhile voters across Western Pennsylvania received the usual "I Voted" stickers, some Squirrel Hill residents received a special "Stronger Than Hate" sticker.
Sandy Hook Community Members Show Support For Squirrel Hill In Wake Of Synagogue ShootingMembers of the Sandy Hook community are doing their part to help Squirrel Hill heal after the tragic Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.
Tree Of Life Congregations Gather At Beth Shalom For First Sabbath Service Since Synagogue ShootingCongregants gathered at Beth Shalom in Squirrel Hill for Shabbat services on Saturday, one week after 11 people were killed in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue.
Thank You Cards, Letters Line Walls Of Pittsburgh Police Station After Synagogue ShootingThank you cards and other well wishes for Pittsburgh Police are literally lining the walls at the Bureau's Zone 4 station in Squirrel Hill.
'It Was Pitch Black, And He Didn't See Us': Victim’s Sister Recalls Terrifying Moments In The SynagogueShe’s a survivor, but also the sister of one of the victims. Carol Gottfried-Black was there when events began unfolding last weekend at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill.
'These People Won’t Be Beat Down': Chaplain, Impressed By Pittsburghers' Strength, Offers Comfort At Synagogue MemorialWith a simple greeting and wearing a navy blue coat that reads “Chaplain” across the back, Bob Ossler is a constant these days at corner of Wilkins and Shady Avenues in Squirrel Hill.