Jennie Germaine, who turns 100 on Thursday, “has a magnetic kind of appeal with all kids,” her son Anthony says.
Recently paralyzed cyclist Danny Chew gets his first taste of riding a hand-cycle outdoors since his tragic autumn accident.
The Craft Business Accelerator works to connect skilled craftspeople and makers with developers and businesses that can use their wares.
It seems to be a Hollywood thing. Talk-show host Larry King, who appears to have been dead for nearly a decade, is still having children.
Borough on the Allegheny River is bringing in a rink of synthetic ice for fun on next Saturday.
Washington County town of Charleroi embraces a made-up holiday on Monday that seems to work.
Music, theater and tattoos are to be found in the area this weekend.
Three Rivers Regatta will partner with Red Bull to bring a human-powered flying craft competition to the lineup events.
Joseph Evancho of Turtle Creek repaired and refinished his porch furniture last summer. His children drew the line at him using a power saw.
Laura and Daniel Chalich found love in an unexpected way and celebrate their first Valentine’s Day together in Pittsburgh.
Mt. Lebanon’s Hitchhiker Brewing buying historic Sharpsburg brewery’s power plant buildings for a production brewery and tap/barrel room.
Couples from as far away as France and as close as Hays have memorialized their love on Pittsburgh’s bridges with a lock and key.
Think of it as the trip of a lifetime — or the perfect sendoff for that relative from whom you could never get far enough away.
Twenty-three wineries in Pennsylvania and New York will be pairing a wine with a sweet or savory treat for visitors on a Feb. 17-19 tour.
Lots of music, monster trucks, Valentine’s Day festivities and a Black History Month exhibit on the schedule for this weekend.
The meeting is just a first step toward a decision that could potentially ban electronic cigarettes in certain places.
Shortly after he turned 100, Wally Brewster of Pleasant Hills got to see his old football team beat his new one.
A recent study says mortality rates for diabetes are woefully understated because death certificates lack contributing causes.
Experts say that for every one mouse you see, there are about a gazillion others in the walls, building nests and dropping poop pellets.
The state designation aims to elevate public awareness of the Allegheny River and Montour Trail, which cut through Western Pennsylvania.
The annual Cupid’s Undie Run lets people take it off and take off around the North Shore for charity next Saturday.
The third annual event on Moon trails celebrates popular big-tired bicycles that can go through snow and mud, over logs and more.
The service aiming to start healing divisions, bringing together a racially diverse mix of local bishops and other church leaders.
Music, kids events and CAPA students take on August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” during the coming weekend.
Fayette County’s Ohiopyle State Park hosts sleds, skis, snowshoes, a sleigh, dog sleds and more at its Sugarloaf Sledding Area.
Hotel Monaco will provide a writing station, supplies to help stir Valentine’s Day romance through “lost art” of handwritten love letters.
Rosario Carla started high school in 1931 but quit. With three children, she went back to school in 1951 and received her degree in 1954.
Statewide Special Olympics opens Sunday at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, where ski and snowshoe competitions run Monday and Tuesday.
Winter festivals at Boyce Park and Moraine State Park turn the frozen into fun.
While other insects, birds, bats and mammals can assist in pollination, bees are the best at it. Include some plants that are bee-friendly.
Pa. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources celebrates the two for contributing to the state’s biological and recreational health.
Mr. Wall, who has penned award-winning novels and short stories, becomes the first European to win the prestigious award.
The dancer, who is a die-hard Steelers fan, calls her cookie entry foolproof. Rachel Ray said she was brave to make a dessert.
Artist talks, Richard Marx and Rick Springfield peform, a training camp and a hip-hop competition all take place this weekend.
The president’s daughters is held up as the ideal woman — beautiful, fashionable and capable of maintaining a career and family.
Pittsburgh-area public and private schools have embraced mindfulness and yoga to improve mental well-being among students and teachers.
Indeed, the question of how much to “normalize” a very abnormal president-elect has been an everyday issue for editors since Nov. 9.
Young ballet hopefuls gathered for experience and exposure at the Youth America Grand Prix semifinals auditions in Upper St. Clair.
Events include a national security briefing, an opera workshop, a concert series, association meetings, international soup sampling and
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.
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.