It was lunchtime at the Outlaws' Shack in Poiana Brasov, a mountain resort in Transylvania, and we were washing down chunks of kashkaval che
Sid Yudain, who created what he called a community newspaper -- Roll Call -- for what he called "the most important community in the world,
Carl S. Beltz Jr. of Bethel Park died Friday at age 81 after suffering a stroke.
Marvin Lee "Goose" Goslin made a mark as a KDKA Radio sports reporter for two decades.
Obituary: Michelle Madoff-Scheske / Outspoken Pittsburgh city council member, air pollution group founderOctober 13, 2013 - 4:04 PM
Michelle Madoff-Scheske, colorful city council member for 15 years, was a pioneering activist for clean air and women's rights.
A native of Liverpool, Dorothy Graeham came to Pittsburgh in her 20s and devoted herself to theater, family and the Carnegie Hero Fund.
Tireless volunteer and nonagenarian cookbook author from Coraopolis dies.
A phenomenon that I have noticed recently is the portrayal of the deceased in extremely youthful photographs with their obituaries.
John Ferguson's name is on the ballot this November, running unopposed for another four-year term.
The sports-loving former Navy boiler technician, known as a "man's man," died of a heart attack Friday.
Nelson Ferguson was one of the last remaining members of the local chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association.
He expressed regret for failing to fight hard enough to build floodgates that he believed might have protected New Orleans.
The 66-year-old Findlay resident was "a strong person and a person who loved life," said her husband.
Mr. Petite immersed himself in the Hill District's problems as a legislative assistant to House Speaker K. Leroy Irvis Jr.
Michelangelo Sciulli was able to achieve the American dream while turning his small business into a big one.
L.C. Greenwood played for the Steelers from 1969 to 1981 and earned four Super Bowl rings.
The founding president of Westmoreland Community College had a passion for music and education.
There's no need for a lot of fuss at the funeral home in order to appreciate the life left behind.
Rachel Freund died Wednesday, more than two years after being diagnosed with metastatic colon cancer.
Hill District resident was a decorated World War II veteran and an accountant in Pittsburgh.
Judy Nees, a longtime mentor and fixer for World Affairs Council and Navy League, died Sunday at age 78.
From Cyrus to courts and media and NAACP to Obama, the nation is full of faulty decisions right now.
Joan Dalrymple died on Friday -- the first day of the high school football season, which her son called one of her favorite days.
Dixie Evans was a marquee name at midcentury.
James H. McConomy was the former managing partner at the Reed Smith law firm.
Impresario landed concerts for them in New York City at Carnegie Hall in 1964 and Shea Stadium in 1965.
He led the litigation team that led to the largest civil settlement in U.S. history -- $246 billion.
Mary Lou O'Toole, whose rich, beautiful voice helped her forge a professional singing career that lasted more than 20 years, died Monday.
Floyd R. Ganassi was at ease talking to either a mechanic or a billionaire auto racing fan.