very much, Mr. Roboto -- and also the benefactors who helped the Clairton High School robotics team so that it could compete in the National BotsIQ Competition in Indianapolis this weekend. The team became the grand champions of Western Pennsylvania last month, but Clairton, a poor district, couldn't afford to send the team to the nationals. After a Post-Gazette story, donations came pouring in, making the trip possible. Thank you.
YAHOO! CELEBRATION: Seniors at Brashear High School on Wednesday celebrated the good times of graduation and moving on to new adventures -- and for many that means more education thanks to the Pittsburgh Promise, the scholarship program that provides college tuition for city school students who meet certain standards. Out of 332 seniors at Brashear, 208 are eligible for Pittsburgh Promise scholarships. As the song says, Celebrate good times, come on!