National Park Service turns 100 years old as park visitation soars and new challenges abound.
Wheeling’s National Heritage Area celebrates Civil War history, West Virginia’s “illegal” statehood and a diverse, quirky industrial legacy.
Rivers of Steel National Heritage site celebrates industrial and post-industrial history of Pittsburgh region in spray-painted color
Rivers of Steel will gain river access this fall with the takeover and operation of 90-foot-long Voyager tour boat.
Local communities grow more comfortable with having the Appalachian Trail as a neighbor.
”A Walk in the Woods” film boosts popularity of the Appalachian Trail, but causes problems too due to users unfamiliar with trail ethics.
An overwhelming sense of emptiness and loss continues in the gaping hole that was cleaved into the face of South Fork Dam 127 years ago.
Amid the big wave of death, an amazing tale of survival in Johnstown and beyond.
National Park Service sites in Pennsylvania include a broad spectrum of special places, some better known than others.