A study out of Oregon shows that bullets used in black powder muzzleloading rifle cartridges experience less fragmentation on impact.
You could fill a library shelf with all the books, revised editions, essays, articles and treatises about fly fishing in Pennsylvania.
The ski area has new chairlifts, a new snowmaking system and a renovated mountain-top lodge.
It specializes in vintage-inspired tees and hooded sweatshirts with graphic designs plucked from Pittsburgh’s history and sports heritage.
The Amazon Echo is just the latest in what is among the hottest trends in the internet of things, but it doesn’t come without controversy.
When children find a book that they love, one way to expand their book experiences is to look for books by the same author.
Indian Lake Golf Club, whose course was the first designed by Arnold Palmer in 1967, is on the market. Offers start at $1.4 million.
ItsEasy’s app is simple and efficient and you can prepare the needed photo, documents in the comfort of your home.
If the massive old furniture does not make the move from the attic, he won’t either.
In December, Jennings Environmental Education Center challenged children with an interactive program called The Scoop on Poop.
At least four local feeds will offer specials on Wednesday to fete Scotland’s national poet, born Jan. 25, 1759.
The Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club will go looking in South Park, but hikers probably won’t eat what they find on their winter walk.
A slow-simmered sauce adds warmth to cold winter nights
A Mars spokeswoman said the Skittles were supposed to be destroyed because they lacked the signature “S” on the candy.
Federal agents said the companies packaged and sold cheese under various labels at the Castle Cheese facility in Slippery Rock.
Owner Chris Dilla, who closed Beaver County location in July, tells customers she wasn’t able to renew her lease.
For his first rehab, engineer Adam Bird turned a 3,200-square-foot former church into two modern apartments.
The James Beard Foundation touted a return to French food as the No. 1 dining trend for 2017.
Hot wheels, gallery crawl and lots of music abounds during the upcoming weekend.
Forty-four years ago Steelers running back Franco Harris helped change the fortunes of the franchise known as the “lovable losers.”
This May marks 110 years since Rachel Carson’s birth in Springdale, upstream from her bridge over the Allegheny River.
Restaurant incubator/food hall in the Strip District gives four aspiring restaurateurs a space to ply their trade.
Fourth Street Barbecue practices the brewing it will do next door as Four Points Brewing.
Aliquippa-based doughnut shop places a wager with its Boston counterpart over who has the goods to win Sunday’s AFC Championship game.
This is one of a series presented by the National Aviary, which works to inspire respect for nature through an appreciation of birds.
JPMorgan Chase is accused of discriminating against minority borrowers by charging them higher rates and fees on home mortgages.
Casellula @ Alphabet City, a wine and cheese restaurant, opens Friday in the old Masonic Hall on the North Side.
New state law allows distributors to sell any amount of beer, including growlers to go, but they’re a little late to that party.
The Trade Institute of Pittsburgh is using reused materials to help rebuild the lives of both oven builders and oven users.
With a business that has almost quadrupled in fewer than three years, the Pittsburgh-based company is ready for the next step.
Ten chefs dish out tasty brunch treats using a secret ingredient to benefit Northside Common Ministries.
A layered dish from eastern Sicily dishes up the “wow” factor
A Vermont-based cookbook writer provides some new ideas for soothing, no-fuss, easy meals that are perfect for the frigid months.
The state’s 1,200 distributors can now sell beer in any quantity, including individual 32-ounce bottles, six-packs and growlers.
Pastors of mixed flocks are striving to balance appeals to unity with uncompromising calls for justice.
On these cold moonless January evenings, take some time to search for a few of the night sky’s hidden treasures, such as Orion’s nebula.
What do you do when your relatives don’t take a hint about giving gifts?
In addition to 50-plus draft beers, the new brewery and restaurant sells draft wines and cocktails plus beer, wine and and spirits to go.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the richest individual with a net worth of $75 billion.
Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.’s annual Champagne Luncheon brought some of the best and brightest together on Tuesday at the Fairmont.
The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Careholders meeting was networking central on Thursday night at the Hotel Monaco.
Roberta Weissburg Leathers consolidates its stores, trunk shows and events for brides-to-be and more Pittsburgh fashion events.
What are some of the hottest party trends happening in 2017? Pittsburgh event planners and producers weigh in.
Learn about the POISE Foundation: The first public foundation in Pennsylvania organized and managed by African-Americans, founded in 1980.
For a decade, the Sustainable Furnishings Council has been making furniture makers and consumers aware of planet-friendly products.
Fungus-infecting virus could help track spread of white-nose syndrome in bats; Youth clays; Fly instruction
The spread of the disease is decimating bat populations in the United States.
Echoing the old real estate mantra, “Location, location, location,” David McElroy said his unlikely winter pastime is all about “position.”
The subscription box service started by Elena Petzold of Upper St. Clair was featured this month on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
The Florida attraction opens a new exhibit to herald the accomplishments of fearless Americans who have gone where no man has gone before.
No worries about frozen feet. The Basic Boating Course on Jan. 28 will be held at dry dock inside the Unionville Fire Hall in Butler County.