A new study has found blacklegged ticks present in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania, which means the risk of contracting tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme disease, is greater than ever.
Named after the wild cranberries that used to grow along Brush Creek when early settlers arrived in the late 1700s, Cranberry became one of Butler County’s 13 townships in 1804.
Nestled away in the northwestern corner of Allegheny County is a community that has been named as one of the best – and safest – places to live by Money Magazine.
Zelienople, which lives up to its official motto as “a modern place with an old-fashioned grace,” is lauded repeatedly by locals for retaining its small-town feel.
With an area covering less than a square mile and a population of approximately 900 people, Harmony offers an amazing assortment of cultural experiences for visitors and residents alike.
Western Pennsylvania’s Marshall Township is a mix of beautiful residential and industrial areas; great parks and trails; and a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment choices.
The UPMC Passavant Spine Center, which will begin seeing patients this August, has been designed to provide patients with a comfortable, convenient option for high-quality care.
Once primarily undertaken by circus clowns and acrobats, unicycling is now becoming a popular sport among athletes of all ages but the coordination and balance required is no simple feat.
If you’re looking for something to do outdoors the first weekend of August, then go no further than the 17th annual Regatta at Lake Arthur.
Pittsburgh sports fans unite! We are the best in all of sports, but then again we knew that—it’s just that the rest of the country is finally catching on. But what makes us so special?