When voters choose between Republican Rick Saccone and Democrat Conor Lamb next Tuesday, "how they feel about Mr. Trump now may make a big difference in the race," The New York Times reports. In the 18th District, voters talked about their disappointment and what that means for the traditionally Republican stronghold. Read the story from Burgettstown here.
Did you get your first Pa. license or state ID after Sept. 2003? If so, you can start applying for a Real ID. "The state expects that about 25 percent of the state's 10.7 million residents with driver's licenses or ID cards will want Real ID," per the Post-Gazette. Find out more about the process and what it will mean for your travel.
If you've ever wanted to learn to skateboard, now's your moment. These Monday night go-at-your-own-pace sessions at Swissvale's new indoor skatepark offer a chance to feel out the park without any pressure. Staff will be on hand to offer pointers.
Where: Switch & Signal Skatepark at 7518 Dickson St. (Swissvale)
When: March 5, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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Frances McDormand was named best actress at the Oscars on Sunday night for her role in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and her acceptance speech brought all of the female nominees to their feet. The Monessen High School grad was also honored last week — with one billboard outside Monessen, KDKA-TV notes.
We want to hear all about the most stylish person in your life for our latest Who's Next class. Who are the under-40 Pittsburghers whose sense of style defines them, influences others and best represents the city? This means fashion designers, hair and makeup artists, costume designers, interior designers and anyone with a sense of style you want other people to know about. Nominate Pittsburgh's style mavens here by 5 p.m. Tuesday.