FOOD & DRINK
Discover Greensburg: Top 3 Japanese Restaurants You Must Visit
In this article, we'll be exploring three exquisite Japanese restaurants in Greensburg. Have you had the chance to visit any of them yet? If you have, we'd love for you to share your experiences in the comments section below:
Savor the Flavor: Top 5 Italian Eateries in Greensburg You Must Experience
In this article, we're going to explore five exquisite Italian restaurants located in Greensburg. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in latrobe, PA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around latrobe.
irwin, PA Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of irwin..
Create Your Own Cocoa Bombs at the Cocoa Bomb Workshop in Greensburg!
🎉🍫Get ready for a sweet adventure! The Cocoa Bomb Workshop is coming to town!. On Sat, Dec 09 from 1pm - 2pm, 12th Octave Studios located at 217 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Greensburg, PA 15601 will turn into a chocolate wonderland. This exciting event is sure to bring out the chocolatier in everyone, from ages 10 to 100. 🎈👨🍳👩🍳
Rare albino deer spotted in Irwin
It’s a sight not many people get to witness in their lifetime. A woman driving in Irwin spotted an albino deer overnight. Tabitha Poland tells KDKA Radio she saw the deer while she was doing some Door Dash deliveries.
Experience La Dolce Vita: Uncover 4 Must-Try Italian Eateries in North Huntingdon
In this article, we are featuring four exquisite Italian restaurants located in North Huntingdon. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we encourage you to share your experiences in the comments section below!
Incorporating More Outside Play During School: Q&A with Baggaley Elementary School Speech Teacher Annie Brandt
What if there was a way for kids to have more time outside during school other than recess? Well, Annie Brandt has thought of a way for that to happen. Brandt is a speech teacher at Baggaley Elementary School, where she has created a program called LEAP. Brandt proposed the idea to the district’s school board in April 2022 and the program began in the 2022-2023 school year. It involves kids getting a break in the day and having the chance to go outside and play. Brandt recently gave a presentation at Pitt-Greensburg to an education course, explaining all about the program. Reporter Alexis Osborne had a chance to ask her a few questions about LEAP.
Massive holiday light display at Pittsburgh-area home honors man's love for dogs
By: KDKA-TV's Ashley FunyakGREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) -- A local woman is honoring her stepdad's love for dogs with a massive holiday light display at her home in Greensburg.Rachel Hill says her stepdad, Larry, loved animals his entire life. "He wasn't allowed a dog when he was younger, so when he got his own dog, they quickly became family," Hill says.Hill says her family started the tradition of setting up a Christmas lights display 29 years ago in Harrisburg, where her family is originally from. Following a procedure to have a stent put into his heart, the family put the decorating...
Greensburg courthouse restaurant opens for business
Jurors called to the Westmoreland County Courthouse looking for some grub Monday didn’t have to brave the weather to get a meal. Caffe Market Express, a new restaurant on the Upper Park level of the courthouse, welcomed more than 170 jurors and hundreds of Westmoreland employees on its first day of business.
Editorial: Happy Holidays
It’s that time of the year. As soon as it hits Nov. 1, the Halloween decorations disappear from the shelves as the Christmas decorations take their place. I can’t help but get excited whenever this time rolls around. It means that I get to stuff my face with Christmas cookies and drink eggnog. I break out my Christmas socks and pajamas to really get into the spirit. As December has arrived, it also means that the end of the semester is coming and it’ll be time for winter break.
Pittsburgh Woman Honors Late Stepdad's Love for Dogs with Massive Holiday Light Display Benefiting Animal Shelters
Experience a dazzling holiday light display in Greensburg, honoring a man's lifelong love for dogs. With over 800,000 lights, this spectacle benefits local animal shelters. Visit Larry's Lights on Armburst Road and meet Santa and the Polar Express conductor!
Best sledding spots around campus, downtown | TDC’s Takes
The one thing that makes the season bearable when the temperature drops below freezing is waking up to a big fluffy white pillow of snow covering the ground. The only reasonable thing to do on a day like this is to get bundled up and go sledding. Here are some options around campus to try out.
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First Alert Meteorologist Ray Petelin judges ugly sweater contest
BRADENVILLE, PA. (KDKA) - Things got ugly in Bradenville, Westmoreland County, on Saturday night. Well, at least the sweaters did!Their ugly sweater party raises money for Shop with a Cop with the Pennsylvania State Police in Westmoreland County.First Alert Meteorologist Ray Petelin was one of the judges.They hoped to raise $30,000 at the event.
‘At the right place, at the right time’: Go Laurel Highlands recognizes 9 photo contest winners
For Connie Weyant, the photograph that placed her in the top nine of Go Laurel Highlands’ annual photo contest took years of patient waiting. Weyant, of Somerset, has been observing Somerset Lake for about eight years in search of a bald eagle. She’s received countless calls from friends, pointing her in the direction of a potential sighting of our national emblem.
Holiday market returns to Westmoreland Museum for 2023 season
Anyone looking for unique, homemade gifts should be sure to check out the Holiday Mart at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg beginning Thursday. The annual event brings local artisans together to show off and sell their creations. Booths spill out into the lobby and first level of the museum, and visitors have the chance to peruse nearly 20 different artisan stands during the three-day event.
Art history professor Huey Copeland receives award for volume on Black modernism
Huey Copeland, BFC Presidential Associate Professor of History of Art, was awarded the 2024 James A. Porter and David C. Driskell Award in African American Art History for a volume on modernism and Black artists. The Porter/Driskell Award acknowledges scholarly contributions on historical themes related to African American visual culture,...
Light Up Night 2023 kicks off the holiday spirit in Norwin community
On November 16, lots of people gathered in Irwin with their joy and Christmas spirit. Norwin students, clubs, athletes, parents and thousands of people crowd the streets on a Thursday night. There are lots of activities to do at Light up night: live music, Christmas tree lighting, festive shopping and...