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Caddie scholarship program sends Pittsburgh teens to college:  Could your teen be next?

Caddie scholarship program sends Pittsburgh teens to college: Could your teen be next?

This year, more than 910 deserving golf caddies across the country attended college on the Chick Evans Scholarship, one of the nation's largest privately funded scholarship Programs.

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Allegheny County Parks Still Seeking Lifeguards for 2016 Swimming Season

Allegheny County Parks Still Seeking Lifeguards for 2016 Swimming Season

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Pittsburgh Parent wins Gold for Editorial Excellence in Journalism

Pittsburgh Parent wins Gold for Editorial Excellence in Journalism

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Let’s kick off spring with the New Mom's Code

Let’s kick off spring with the New Mom's Code

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Know the Score: Wearing Eye Protection Prevents Athletes from Getting Benched Due to Injury

Know the Score: Wearing Eye Protection Prevents Athletes from Getting Benched Due to Injury

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Best tips for Co-Parenting with an Ex

Best tips for Co-Parenting with an Ex

You just finalized your divorce, but it’s never really over because you have children together. What are the best ways to co-parent? How can you do what’s right for the kids but keep the peace with your ex?

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CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF  COVESTRO PITTSBURGH REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR

CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF COVESTRO PITTSBURGH REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR

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Today’s world:  Families in crisis

Today’s world: Families in crisis

Dr. Charles Fay of the Love and Logic Institute notes, “Under the combined burden of a slow economy, rising prices and kids facing more difficult temptations and other pressures, many families are imploding. The picture is not a pretty one for many people trying to raise families in today’s high stress environment.”

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This is the Superhero we’ve all been waiting for

This is the Superhero we’ve all been waiting for

For years, the only characters young girls saw on television who they might view as close-in-age role-models were petty, shallow, gossipy, and highly sexualized; think Gossip Girl, Secret Life of an American Teenager, 90210, or Glee.

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Protect the tools that keep PA kids safe

Protect the tools that keep PA kids safe

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