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A reconfigured group of trustees wants a judge to let it oversee the historic 122-year-old amusement park in Crawford County.
A Canton, Ohio, museum is raising funds to bring Ida Saxton McKinley's jewelry back from the "Pawn Stars" shop in Las Vegas.
Traditional Jewish law would forbid their use on holy days, but digital devices could enhance the Passover experience.
On Palm Sunday, he called on people, himself included, to look into their own hearts to see how they are living their lives.
A study by Canadian psychologists has found that men and women are equally good at picking up on their partners' sexual satisfaction.
The annual pop-culture convention beams in stars from “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” among other genre celebrities.
Bunnies, Mac Miller, Earth Day events populate the weekend.
The PSO presents "Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II," trumpeter Sean Jones and his quartet perform, Turkish folk and contemporary music ...
Ann Patchett muses about writing, the profound influence of Sister Nena and her independent bookstore in Nashville.
Don't ever take off the wedding ring and other things every new groom needs to know, based on hard, lonely experience.
Imagination takes flight, be they bald eagles or rubber duckies.
Metropolitan Philip Saliba is credited with helping heal of a split in Antiochian Orthodoxy and overseeing a quadrupling of parishes.
Coraopolis boy is one of a dozen patients participating in a clinical trial for the drug eteplirsen, of which FDA approval remains elusive.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow's use of the term to announce her divorce has spurred much discussion among marriage experts and the like.
The Rev. Donald Green is retiring after 12 years directing Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania, a robust ecumenical group.
Green living advocate Vanessa Farquharson speaks at Pitt, Irish novelist, memoirist and poet Edna O'Brien speaks at Carlow University ...
Analyst says famous people's personality traits are obvious in their handwriting.
PSO performs; Ukulele musician Jake Shimabukuro hits town; Trumpet legend Hugh Masekela performs.
A hard-to-recycle item collection will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 at the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills.
The Pittsburgh Diocese is closing churches in East Pittsburgh and Monongahela, merging the Holy Cross and Good Shepherd parishes.
A group seeking greater lay involvement in appointment of the next bishop of Greensburg is hosting a speaker next Sunday.
Bishop Lawrence Brandt is criticized for expensive purchases and for parish consolidations.
The students discussed strategy for getting support from teachers, principals and security guards for their silence.
Metropolitan Philip Saliba, for nearly a half-century the spiritual leader of Antiochian Orthodox in North America, has died at 82.
In his hunt for a manly dog, Peter McKay somehow ended up with one that wants nothing to do with the outdoors -- or him.
Danuta Walesa appears at Regent Square Theater screening of film about her husband, former Polish president and labor leader Lech Walesa