Lillian Jeffrey, who sold produce for much of her life, lifts filled gallon water jugs over her head to stay in shape. She’s almost 100.
As traditional congregations decline, some faith leaders are creating new venues of worship in unconventional spots.
Rev. B.J. Woodworth is a second-generation church planter, founding Open Door in Highland Park.
For Brian Bolt, the road to leading an ambitious church-planting network began in a bloody ambulance ride more than a decade ago.
The Wilson/Barnes/Throckmorton Trio, PSO’s “Neighborhood Week,” and a Festival of Combustion all scheduled for the coming week.
Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
Clara Thompson, who was born Aug. 20, 1915, still corresponds with students she taught in school.
UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex’s two new rinks will be shared by the Pittsburgh Penguins and the public.
He’s getting a hot tub and a sports car and new landscaping and ... Oh, that's right. He's a Person of Limited Means and unlimited dreams.
Findings suggest that most 18-to-34-year-olds of color are getting news from social media, although likely from nontraditional sources.
Sister Mary Louise Gerber taught thousands of kids over more than 50 years. Her favorites? Sixth-graders because “they thought they were
The Diocese of Pittsburgh held a “training” session at St. Paul Seminary for pilgrims journeying to Philadelphia for Pope Francis’ visit.
Three Post-Gazette former interns give their take on the best end-of-summer TV binge watching.
Homewood Cemetery in Point Breeze and Squirrel Hill celebrates its heritage and mix of ethnicities.
The Poise Foundation will sponsor a Twitter chat as part of Black Philanthropy Month to raise the profile of giving among African-Americans.
He isn’t shooting pictures anymore, but at 100 years old, he stays busy teaching at senior centers and attending meetings.
Deloitte expects spending will be flat compared to a year ago and expects families will buy items as needed through the year.
The touring company of “Cinderella” is asking for dress donations that allow financially strapped girls to attend formal events.
The Rev. Michael Scanlan, Franciscan’s former president, determined that in the face of liberalizing trends, the school should shift right.
If the whole world wants to be ambiverts, Peter McKay will settle for “meovert.”
Where to watch this weekend’s Pittsburgh Triathlon athletes swim (or kayak), bike and run.
Tyler Trimbur of Center Township shares a smile on Facebook — and his world changes.
Pirates catcher to host cooking and painting camp at Children’s Museum in Pittsburgh today.