The Greenfield Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pa. was imploded at 9:20 a.m. on Monday, December 28. 2015. The bridge was constructed in 1921 and spanned over Interstate 376, connecting the neighborhoods of Greenfield and Schenley Park.
Monday, December 28, 2015
Monday, September 7, 2015
|Ohiopyle State Park, Labor Day, 2015|
Samuel McClain, 7, of Waynesburg cools off on the natural water slides at Ohiopyle State Park during a hot Labor Day afternoon.
Tim Masarik, 15, of Greensburg hits the water at Ohiopyle State Park on Labor Day afternoon.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
|The annual Pittsburgh Pride March was held on Sunday, June 14, 2015 on the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pa.. The parade was hosted by the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh; a non-profit organization which seeks to promote L.G.B.T. equality.|
|Andrea Dickson of Brookline polishes her motorcycle in preparation for the start of Pride March. Dickson is the head of the Pittsburgh chapter of Dykes on Bikes which traditionally leads the parade.|
|Scott "Scooter" Sambuco of Edgewood helps raise the Eons Fashion Antique pride flag to carried down the street for Pride March. 2015 marks the 21st anniversary of the flag which was created by Eons founder Richard Parsakian of Shadyside.|
|Josh Harris of the Pittsburgh Pride Color Guard twirls his flag during the annual Pittsburgh Pride March on Sunday, June 14, 2015.|
Monday, May 25, 2015
|The annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony was held on Monday, May 25, 2015 at Churchill Cemetery.|
|World War II Veteran Joseph T. Capone, Company E, 415th Infantry, 104 Division, salutes the flag during the annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony.|
|Corporal John Chmill speaks about what Memorial Day means to him during the annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony. Chmill received the Purple Heart for his service in Iraq.|
|Bo Ronallo of Churchill places a memorial wreath on the grave of his late father, WWII Veteran August Ronallo, during the annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony.|
|Master Sergeant William Moore speaks about apprehension of death in the military during the annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony.|
|Mary Louise McHattie leads the Sounds of Pittsburgh chorus in a medley of wartime songs during the annual Wilkins Township Memorial Day Ceremony.|