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Organizers of a clothing drive at the University of Pittsburgh hope to collect 150,000 pieces in an effort to set a world record.
Nellie Bly, a pioneering journalist who started in Pittsburgh, inspired Rosemary J. Brown to repeat her around-the-world solo journey.
Globe-trotting reporter Nellie Bly was glad to see the Ohio River as she returned to Pittsburgh in 1890.
Before he and his wife end up on “Hoarders,” Peter McKay says it’s time to get rid of all of this stuff — but only if it’s hers.
Bishop McConnell issued “A Pastoral Letter on Race,” decrying racial oppression and suggesting ways to move toward reconciliation.
Amma Ababio, an immigrant from Ghana and winner of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards, writes about identity and assimilation.
Perman Funeral Home among the first to use Canadian company’s system for preserving genetic record for future generations.
The wife of the new governor is a working artist with a record of community involvement but is likely to keep a low profile.
Pittsburgh RV show, “Titans of the Ice Age” at Carnegie Science Center, Lohio farewell at Thunderbird Cafe, saxophonist Marcus Anderson ...
F7’s revival in Pittsburgh offers a chance for adults to show off their spelling skills.
Dolores Redwood, friend of Marcus Garvey and the Homestead Grays, celebrates her 100th birthday at Grace Memorial Presbyterian Church.
The Forks, Pa.-based crayon and marker manufacturer regained control of the page late Sunday and removed the offending posts.
CMU’s “Privacy Illustrated” project shows artwork from kindergartners to senior citizens, including teens’ struggle with the Facebook era.
Why would someone want to steal his identity? Sometimes even he doesn’t want to be Peter McKay.
Lucille Treccase, 109, and Catherine Stroud, 100, will be honored at Concordia at Cabot
There are so many boomers, so many millennials that those two generations sometimes seem to take up all the air in the room.
A year in, The Name Change Project connects transgender Pittsburghers to lawyers.