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Clara Santucci won the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon last year, but she plans to set the bar even higher this year.
It’s time to evaluate if it’s worth having Crosby, Fleury, Letang and Malking take up almost half of the team’s salary cap space.
Even though Bill Hutchinson lost in his first try at “Big KNockout Boxing,” promoters are interested in having him fight again.
Project would bring Hempfield the first hockey rink of its kind and help a high schooler earn Eagle Scout.
After winning two NCAA swimming titles, Leah Smith will spend the next year competing for a chance to represent Team USA in Rio de Janeiro.
Hannah Camic has cystic fibrosis and is running in the Pittsburgh Marathon this year, a first for the 31-year-old science teacher.
As local anglers prepare for Saturday’s statewide opening of trout season, those who rely on live bait need a process for keeping it alive.
Among his many contributions to area trails, Holden formed the Allegheny Valley Trails Association along with fellow cyclist Dave Howes.
Lenny Semplice, who began coaching hockey when he was just 19 years old, will be honored Saturday by the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
Just a year into their membership, both schools made some noise in the college football world.
The Class of 2015 will be enshrined at the Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. on Sept. 11.
A controversial call — or perhaps lack thereof — resulted in a goal that stood up as the winner for the Rhinos against the Riverhounds.
Jim and Polly Mayuric of Armstrong County have lent a hand and more to Armstrong Trail segment of the Erie to Pittsburgh Trail.
Now that the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage is finished, attention is shifting northward to a whole new array of cycling possibilities.
The Riverhounds started their new season with a win in the opener against Harrisburg.
First held in 1959 by the Smokers Inc. (formerly the Bakersfield Coupe and Roadster Club), the event has become a must-see in the sport.
Adam Bittner takes a look at the outcome of one play in local sports over the past 25 years.
Round 2 is underway for the real bracket fun: Vote on which athletes should advance to the next round.
Len Komoroski, president of the Cavaliers, is a man in the middle of a busy city — and he just so happens to be a North Catholic graduate.
Pittsburgh’s USL Pro team finished last season 11th out of 14 with a 9-5-14 record but opened 2015 with a win.
The team is still in the process of emerging from bankruptcy, and hired a new coach after missing the playoffs in 2014.
A new coach will lead a retooled Riverhounds roster into their soccer season opener today against Harrisburg at Highmark Stadium.
The debate about whether to bring the DH over to the National League resumed in earnest this month.