Wednesday Apr 9
DVD Movie Review of 'Out of the Furnace'
If you're depressed and looking for a feel good movie, I would suggest not renting " Out of the Furnace " this week; but if you're looking for a good dose of revenge, this might be just the medicine for you.
Woodland Hills begins outreach
Superintendent Alan Johnson of Woodland Hills School District presented his vision for transforming the district to a roomful of Braddock residents Monday night in the first in a series of town hall meetings planned throughout the district to inform residents of possible changes in the school system.
Mother Of Twin Toddlers Killed In Fire Gets To 3-6 Years In Prison
Her twin 3-year-old sons, Ky'heir and Dy'heir, died in a house fire last January at the family's home on Rebecca Street in North Braddock.
Movie Review: Out of the Furnace
THE UNFORGIVING back roads and rusted-out mill towns of Appalachia provide the bleak backdrop and emotional landscape of Out of the Furnace, a well-acted, beautifully filmed, utterly depressing chronicle of revenge and thwarted dreams.
Mergers result in the closure of three churches
Dwindling congregants and financial concerns have led to the closure of three Catholic churches, effective April 28. According to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh , Holy Cross Parish in East Pittsburgh will merge into Good Shepherd Parish in Braddock.
The News Item
Pa. steel town subject of French documentary
When steel production in the U.S. began to decline, Edgar Thomson Steel Works, background, was forced to lay off many of its workers, leaving behind boarded-up houses, foreground.
Ask The Leaders: Land Banking, Deer Lakes Fracking And Working Together
KDKA Radio's Mike Pintek hosts Ask The Leaders with Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald for a chance to pick the brains of two of the most influential leaders in our city.
Health care 'navigators' in race with Affordable Care Act deadline
On Thursday morning, Angela Byrd sat at a fold-up table inside the glass doors at the entrance to the Salvation Army in Braddock, with an obliging look on her face.
Bishop Announces 2 More Local Churches Merging Together
Bishop David Zubik announced that Holy Cross Parish in East Pittsburgh will merge into Good Shepherd Parish, located in Braddock.
Pittsburgh navigators seeking out needy as Affordable Health Care law deadline nears
An hour passed, and no one came up to Angela Byrd, a "navigator" who helps the uninsured sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.