A new space is open in the area to help break the stimga over mental health in teenagers.
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The American Library Association announced its theme for this year’s Banned Books Week: “Let Freedom Read.” That announcement comes at a time when more and more books are being challenged by politicians, parents and local school boards.
On the third Monday of every month you can find a free hot meal at the North Way Christian Community Church in Dormont.
Carmella Wilson and Richard Carver can only weep for their son Dorian, who they will bury this Saturday.
The Everyday Cafe was the perfect place for everyday moms to talk about education.
As 11 Cares continues to celebrate kindness, we took a look at some of the leaders who are making a difference in their community by sharing goodness and kindness.
Dr. Taras Filenko, a Ukrainian pianist who made Pittsburgh his home, can only watch as his homeland is under siege.
The social unrest in Pittsburgh and around the nation in 2020 forced many people and companies to take a hard look inward. For Highmark Health and Allegheny Health Network, that introspection identified some issues and led to new programs aimed at change.
Since 2018, Project Destiny and Thrive 18 have been collaborating with Highmark Health, Allegheny Health Network, The Buhl Foundation, the Allegheny County Health Department, Gateway Health, the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the City of Pittsburgh.
It’s not even a month old yet, but AHN’s new hospital in Wexford is making a difference in a community that didn’t have a hospital before.