What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Feb. 29, 2024: It’s win or go home in the consolation bracket | Trib HSSN
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What to watch for in WPIAL sports on Feb. 29, 2024: It’s win or go home in the consolation bracket | Trib HSSN
We leap into championship weekend in the WPIAL basketball playoffs with the first three titles games in boys Class 4A and A and girls Class 2A at Pitt’s Petersen Events Center with audio coverage here on Trib HSSN.
High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 27, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 27, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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Armstrong hands 1st loss to No. 1 Oakland Catholic, reaches 1st WPIAL final | Trib HSSN
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Armstrong hands 1st loss to No. 1 Oakland Catholic, reaches 1st WPIAL final | Trib HSSN
Oakland Catholic came into the Class 5A tournament the only undefeated team in the entire WPIAL and the top seed in the bracket.
Big man’s big game boosts Upper St. Clair past Central Catholic into WPIAL finals , Trib HSSN
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Big man’s big game boosts Upper St. Clair past Central Catholic into WPIAL finals , Trib HSSN
Tyler Robbins’ first basket came a few minutes after halftime, but Upper St. Clair’s big man had already altered the outcome of Tuesday’s semifinal in other ways.
100 Black Men of Western PA, Pittsburgh Public Schools host African American History Challenge
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100 Black Men of Western PA, Pittsburgh Public Schools host African American History Challenge
A question about Pittsburgh's first Black college stumped participants in the 30th African American History Challenge Bowl: A Legacy of Academic Excellence. The longtime collaboration between Pittsburgh Public Schools and 100 Black Men of Western PA, Inc., took place on Friday at Pittsburgh Greenway. Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Wayne N.
High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 26, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 24, 2024 | Trib HSSN
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PSFCA announces rosters for 2024 East-West all-star football games , Trib HSSN
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PSFCA announces rosters for 2024 East-West all-star football games , Trib HSSN
Forty WPIAL and City League football players were selected Friday to take part in a pair of East-West all-star games organized by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association.
Singing Our History: Music for Black History and Women's History Months
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Singing Our History: Music for Black History and Women's History Months
The East Liberty Presbyterian Church is hosting "Singing Our History: Music for Black History and Women's History Months" this Sunday, February 25. Starting at 3 p.m., the event will feature the ELPC Chancel Choir, Dr. Edward Alan Moore the music director/organist, Gerald Savage on piano, James Johnson on drums, and Lorenze Jefferson on bass, commemorating Black History Month and Women's History Month. Virtual attendance is also available. Click here to learn more and see the virtual attendance links.
Pittsburgh police say missing 11-year-old girl has been found
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Pittsburgh police say missing 11-year-old girl has been found
Pittsburgh police say an 11-year-old girl who went missing from the city's Homewood North neighborhood has been found. Alayna Hines was last seen at about 3:30 p.m. Friday at her home, police said. Pittsburgh police issued an update Saturday reporting that she had been found safely but offered no further
East End Community Thrift- #FixTheFloor
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East End Community Thrift is calling on community members to help out with some cleaning up of the store after its 30 years of service to the community. The building and storefront needs new flooring in 2024 and has an abundance of thrifted goods that need to be organized. These fixes will make the shopping experience even better for fans of Community Thrift, which has had some of the lowest second-hand prices in the area. With the hashtag #FixTheFloor and this Donation Link, others have already contributed, but East End Community Thrift needs more. You can also click here to sign up to be a volunteer and process donations.
High school roundup for Feb. 22, 2024: Chartiers Valley stops Mt. Lebanon in Class 6A quarters | Trib HSSN
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High school roundup for Feb. 22, 2024: Chartiers Valley stops Mt. Lebanon in Class 6A quarters | Trib HSSN
Lilah Turnbull scored 25 points to lead No. 5 Chartiers Valley to a 34-26 victory over No. 4 Mt. Lebanon in the WPIAL Class 6A girls basketball quarterfibnals Thursday night.
Pittsburgh-Filmed UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold Launches National Distribution; Tickets on Sale for Screenings at The Lindsay April 11-18
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Pittsburgh-Filmed UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold Launches National Distribution; Tickets on Sale for Screenings at The Lindsay April 11-18
UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold, the Pittsburgh-made, never-before-told story of the investigation into the Titanic sinking, begins national distribution in April"coinciding with the 112th anniversary of the tragedy"and will open locally Thursday, April 11, exclusively at The Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center in Sewickley. A true-life account of political interference, greed, conspiracy and a desperate search for the truth, UNSINKABLE: Titanic Untold follows Sen. William Alden Smith and investigative journalist Alaine Ricard as they delve into the tragedy of Titanic and pursued accountability, woven with heart-wrenching flashbacks of the historic maritime disaster. Shot entirely in Pittsburgh, the exhilarating true-life account stars Cotter Smith (Mindhunter, X-2), Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Fiona Dourif (The Blacklist), Jayne Wisener (Jane Eyre), and many Pittsburgh-based actors. The film is based on Titanic to All Ships, a play written by Beaver County author Eileen Enwright Hodgetts. Locations appearing in the film include the wave pool at Settler's Cabin county park, the Grand Concourse restaurant and the Omni William Penn Hotel. The April 11 screening will also include a Q&A with director Cody Hartman, producer Brian Hartman (Cody's father), star Smith, and possible additional guests from the film's production team. Tickets are on sale for the premiere and all shows in the film's April 11-18 run. "We are very much looking forward to the theatrical release of a film that was completely shot and produced in our region. UNSINKABLE supported the local economy and boosted the region's position in the cultural landscape," said Carolina Thor, CEO of The Lindsay. "We encourage a strong show of appreciation, not just at The Lindsay, but everywhere this film is screening. The Lindsay strives to strengthen the film industry through our work with local and emerging filmmakers. Very few screenings are more exciting than the ones where filmmakers, crew, family and friends are present." Director Hartman told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that The Lindsay was an ideal venue for the film, calling it "a first-class theater that has shown unwavering support for independent film and the community in general." In addition to The Lindsay, UNSINKABLE will also screen in Belfast, London and Southampton, UK; New York City and Knoxville, Tenn., home of the Titanic Museum Attraction, before going into wider national release.
Student pushes for 'seat at the table' with Pittsburgh Public Schools board
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Student pushes for 'seat at the table' with Pittsburgh Public Schools board
Allderdice High School senior Pavel Marin hopes part of his legacy gives students a voice with the Pittsburgh Public Schools Board of Directors. A resolution to establish the role of student board representative was put on hold during January's board meeting. Marin is frustrated by the delay. He's been pushing