Running back coach Kirby Wilson is being treated at a Pittsburgh hospital after fire sweeps through his home.
Kirby Wilson, the running backs coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is being treated today for injuries after neighbors roused him from his burning townhouse early this morning in Seven Fields. Cranberry Township police and firefighters from Adams Township, Cranberry Township, Callery, Harmony, Zelienople and South Butler were dispatched to the blaze at 2:42 a.m. in the Estates of Seven Fields, a townhouse community. Neighbors said smoke was pouring out of the house at 141 Jameson Way, and a maintenance man for the complex said a stove in the kitchen may have caught fire. Wilson, 50, who was the only person in the townhouse, was badly burned. David Van Atta, who lives next door at 139 Jameson Way, said the smell of smoke from the fire woke …
The rally will start at noon in the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
To support the Pittsburgh Steelers as they head into the their wild-card playoff game Sunday against the Denver Broncos, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl plan to have a “Break the Broncos Rally” at noon Friday in the courtyard of the Allegheny County Courthouse, Downtown. Fitzgerald and Ravenstahl have declared Friday to be "Black & Gold Day" and are asking rally participants to bring black-and-gold decorations and Steelers paraphernalia to decorate a 20-foot "Terrible Tree." They're also asking for bring non-perishable canned goods or make a cash donation to support the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The event will feature live music, a Steelers trivia contest and a limited amount …