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A former Salvation Army bell ringer is paying $21,000 for rings that a widow placed inside a red donation kettle in Boston.
As a child in the 1950s, my brief possession of a 26-inch cobalt blue Schwinn Phantom was a signal event.
Plus: A fall in street didn’t spoil her theater trip and a plunge on icy steps revealed two angels.
Christmas felt right amid dozens of cousins and other relatives.
West Oakland’s The Corner plans to enhance amenities for little, cut-off neighborhood.
The time has come to send something other then men to the moon, like locks of hair.
'Hero' soldier surprises Afghan boy he helped relocate to Scranton area to get surgery.
One year a teddy bear became the greatest gift for a woman who couldn’t see.
Also: A multitude of helping hands lifted her spirits after a tumble on Walnut Street.
Recall this: A transistor radio was once the cutting edge of consumer electronics, equal to close to a week’s wages for my mother.
A second independent bookstore opens in Squirrel Hill, providing the personal touch that’s drawing a trend in niche shoppers.
The Rockefeller Foundation last week named Pittsburgh one of the world’s most “resilient” cities. If that’s a compliment, thank you kindly.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
One very pregnant Western Pennsylvanian is sad she won’t be home for crazy holiday.
Also: Restaurant owner made teenager feel special; stranger’s help stronger than harm from ice; vet recognizes his positive treatment.
Recycled gifts: a great holiday treat, even if not everyone realizes it.
Point Park University marks the spot where Gene Albert plied his trade as an auto mechanic for more than 40 years.
If an ugly Christmas tree could talk ...
Hearse gets stuck in Pennsylvania snow, adding smiles to family's sorrow.
Thanksgiving Day in 1950 was like most others. Those who ventured out that day after Thanksgiving had harrowing tales to tell.
Also: Patrons at the theater helped woman in need; Someone took care of man’s debit card
For one family, everyone had to be careful about what Mom was serving, even on Thanksgiving.
Annual ’Friendsgiving’ brings North Siders together for turkey, strengthens neighborhood ties and contributes to a food pantry.
Will there be bridesmaids? How to arrange a guest list for the incarcerated? A menu based on prison food?
Marijuana laws expand, but not legal access to the seeds for cultivation.
I fill the sink with hot, soapy water and begin my trip back through time, thinking of people who touched my life with cherished mementos.
Also: Wayward motorist found a caring volunteer guide; postal employee praised for his special assistance