Incident in 1924 shows we’re at the mercy of those who design and and operate the infrastructure that takes us under mountains and over rivers
From the moment it opened to fireworks and a parade in 1928, the span has been a vital link for many motorists
Pittsburghers couldn’t get enough of the new Greater Pittsburgh Airport in 1952.
Remember our story about the trolley that was hit by a bolt in 1950? Alda Grazer Arnold was aboard that car and she told us her story.
How the lightning bolt hit in the 5 a.m. hour on May 5, 1950 (or 5-5-50) in front of the Old Post Office Building at Smithfield Street and Fourth Avenue.