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 Runners break from the starting line of the Great Race on Beechwood Blvd. in Frick Park.

Defending champ wins another Great Race

Jim Spisak completed the 10-kilometer Great Race in 28 minutes, 43 seconds, making it back-to-back titles for the Duquesne graduate.

2 days ago


Tight-knit ‘Perfect’ corps returning to Great Race

The field of the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race has now grown to a record 16,000 runners.

4 days ago


Road, ramp closings set for Great Race

Travelers in the East End, Downtown and South Hills will face obstacles on Sunday morning.

4 days ago


 An artist’s rendering by Astorino for Josh Gibson Park’s proposed Gateway view.

Station Square park would honor Negro Leagues stars in Pittsburgh

Josh Gibson Park in Station Square would teach about the Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Negro Leagues in Pittsburgh.

1 week ago


 Fans watching the Steelers in action at Heinz Field in 2013.

RAD helped shape Pittsburgh's sports landscape

About 19 percent of asset district grants, $292 million, has gone to sports and civic facilities.

1 week ago


Local auto racing: World of Outlaws action comes to Lernerville

Points leader Donny Schatz chases the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars title Saturday night in the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville.

1 week ago


 Becky Miller, 21, of Shaler, does a heelside back roll while wakeboarding on the Allegheny River Aug. 6.

Shaler native wins Wakeboarding World Championship

Going into the competition with an already broken toe, Ms. Miller said she was shocked when she won. "I'm excited beyond words," she said.

2 weeks ago


Larry Walsh on biking: Tour the Montour will come with five options this year

Bicyclists participating in the 12th annual Tour the Montour Sept. 20 will have their choice of five out-and-back distances.

2 weeks ago


Local auto racing: PPMS set for packed weekend

It took Miley Motorsports more effort than usual to host the Pittsburgher and Herb Scott Memorial, but the weekend is ready for action.

2 weeks ago


 An estimated 75 riders took part in the 10th Annual Ride of Silence in May, honoring cyclists who have been killed or injured while riding their bikes.

Q&A with Bike Pittsburgh

Bike Pittsburgh answers common questions about the safest way to ride on Pittsburgh’s urban streets.

3 weeks ago


Pro Basketball


Kiski Area grad's coaching career soaring

Nevada Smith was plucked from Keystone College and now coaches Rio Grande Valley in the NBA's D-League.



Patterson, Kane lead local uncertainty

Pitt's Lamar Patterson and Schenley's DeAndre Kane could be chosen in the NBA Draft. But like other local players, their stock is uncertain.


 
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