Players stand alongside a Pittsburgh Police Department honor guard before the start of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and the Richmond Kickers game on Sunday, June 14th at Chartiers Valley Stadium as they honored the fallen police officers.
TOP: Fox Chapel High School senior, Tony Xenakis, 18, stands in front of Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall in Oakland on Sunday afternoon before the start of the school's graduation ceremony. Xanakis will be attending the University of Pittsburgh to study engineering. MIDDLE : Fox Chapel High School seniors (from left to right) Emily Yost, 18, Kaylee Dellert, 18, and Hillary Lotz, 18, get ready for their graduation ceremony. BOTTOM: Fox Chapel High School seniors Ashley Lucas, 18, and Mike Rios, 18, take a photo of each other as they stand in line before the start of the school's graduation.
TOP: John Dennis, left, and Shannon Farmer, right, employees with Crown Drilling work on a drilling rig at an Atlas Energy natural gas well site in New Salem, Fayette County on Monday, June 8, 2009. MIDDLE: Zeb Clawson, left, and Russell Shaffer, right, employees with Crown Drilling work the rig. BOTTOM: Shannon Farmer works high above the drilling site.
Jack Stoner, 69, of North Braddock, left, and his grandson, Mike Simko, 24, right, stand on their front porch overlooking the wreckage of a Port Authority bus that crashed into the front of their house on Wednesday morning, June 3, 2009.
Coral Stengel of Bethel Park an agent with Howard Hanna stands in the Howard Hanna Healing Garden, an outdoor-rooftop garden at Children's Hospital during a dedication ceremony on Tuesday, June 2, 2009.
TOP: Jude Veltri, 21, right, and Phillip Thomasson, 20, of Eight Four, cheer on the Pens at a rally for the Penguins at Market Square, Downtown on Tuesday afternoon, June 2, 2009. The Penguins play the Detroit Red Wings Tuesday evening in the third game of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. BOTTOM: Fred Bolch, 51, of Monroeville enjoys the festivities at the rally as he cheers for the Pens.
Kenneth Johnston with Dominion speaks on Tuesday morning at the North Side Christian Health Clinic on the North Side at an announcement that Dominion will be giving a $1 million donation to free health clinics, including $60,000 to three Allegheny County Agencies.
Jerome Bettis gives Robert Jones, 11, and his grandmother, Gloria Kenney a computer at the 2008-2009 Jerome Bettis Computer Camp ceremony at Duquesne University on Wednesday afternoon. Bettis presented computers to 38 middle school students from the Pittsburgh Rooney Accelerated Learning Academy who completed a special digital program sponsored by the Jerome Bettis Bus Stops Here Foundation, Duquesne University and Pittsburgh Public Schools. The program teaches students to build computers like the ones they received.