Ready for Election Publish target

PIAA PLAYOFF ACTION


Matt Freed/Post-Gazette
Central Valley's Jordan Whitehead carries for a touchdown against Conneaut Friday night at Newman Stadium.
  • Central Valley 52, Conneaut 23


  •  Mario Lemieux and the 1992 Penguins celebrate with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Chicago Blackhawks, four games to zero.

    Chapter 3 -- The evolution of Mario Lemieux: The rise of 66

    He wanted to be the best player in the world. To get there, Mario Lemieux had to pass Wayne Gretzky. The first step? Winning a Stanley Cup.



     Nicole Kotchey, of Ross, collapsed at work at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC on Nov. 12.

    Examiner rules that molecular biologist died from cyanide

    Police and the medical examiner’s office continue to work to determine whether Nicole Kotchey’s death is a homicide, suicide or accident.



     Jodie Guthrie, right, was fatally injured after police say a car unexpectedly accelerated in a North Side parking lot and pinned her against the wall. She died late Wednesday afternoon at Allegheny General Hospital. At left is Ms. Guthrie's fiance, George Weatherwalk.

    After fatal crash, questions arise about elderly driver

    After the day was done — and a crash had killed an expectant mother and left her baby in critical condition — the questions began.



     The Gordon and Diane Marburger in the entry hallway of their house, which will be on the Cranberry tour.

    Cranberry Christmas tour features 1894 farmhouse where 5 generations lived

    The 1894 Marburger family farmhouse remains a fixture in booming Butler County and is the old-timer on the Cranberry Christmas house tour.



     The Ticket Stub Diary is made by Chronicle Books ($14.95 at Urban Outfitters and other retailers.)

    Shop Holiday: Gift ideas for those who like it live

    Suggestions for people who love to see their favorite performers or sports teams in person.



    Video »

    Loading...
    More Videos >>

    Local »



    Community health meetings wrap up Monday

    The series will end with a final session meeting in Spanish in Oakland.



    Passport Academy Charter School opens to help high school dropouts earn diplomas

    The Hill District charter school allows for students to take academic courses at the school and electives online.


     

    Advertisement

    SETTING THE SEEN

    Need some gift inspiration? SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht count down their top picks, including clothes, jewelry, technology, places to be pampered and much more! Click HERE to watch this week's episode!
    Need some gift inspiration?

    SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht count down their top picks, including clothes, jewelry, technology, places to be pampered and much more!

    Click HERE to watch this week's episode!


    Advertisement

    Advertisement

    Fall 2014 Dining Guide

    Dishes from Stagioni.
    Pittsburgh dining is coming into its own. Never have there been so many compelling choices, from the elegant special-occasion restaurant to the ultra-casual noodle house.

    Need some restaurant recommendations? Take a peek at the Post-Gazette's Fall 2014 Dining Guide.

    News »



    State deputy police commissioner says 35 people had been killed and 150 wounded in mosque explosions.



    Obituary: Aron E. Szulman / Doctor, pathology professor, mentor

    Pathologist’s memorable contributions to medicine and education inspired others.


     

    Sports »



    Sunday's game holds special meaning for Steelers WR

    Lance Moore got his big break in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, who come to Heinz Field Sunday.



    Penguins notebook: Short-handed goals vexing

    Penguins knack for allowing goals while on the power play continues to irk coach Mike Johnston.


     



    Life »



    Pet tales: Holiday decorations can be harmful to pets

    This holiday, keep pets away from popcorn, cranberries, live Christmas trees, turkey skin and much more — but don’t worry about poinsettias.



    Handmade Arcade brims with local flavor, vendors

    Handmade Arcade will offer live music, giant puppets and more than 150 craft vendors on Dec. 6 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.


     

    Opinion »



    First person: Pittsburgh to Tehran

    People-to-people connections can build understanding



    Food reality: New rules will make Americans face the facts of fat

    The FDA issued long-awaited rules Tuesday that require the calorie content of a wide variety of foods to be posted where customers buy them.


     

    LOTTERY NUMBERS
    MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 12 14 25 39 45 12 P: 12 - St. James Place Top Prize for 12/05/2014 is $25,000,000 Est. Cash for 12/05/2014 is $15,400,000       

    Mega Millions - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 8 26 29 36 47 10 3 MB: 10 MP: 3 Mega Millions Est. Annuity for 12/02/2014 is $70,000,000 Mega Millions Est. Cash for 12/02/2014 is $43,200,000       

    Cash 5 - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 7 25 28 29 30 Cash 5 jackpot for 11/29/2014 is $125,000       

    Quinto - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 6 7 8 2 0       

    Big 4 - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 3 4 3 5       

    Daily Number - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 5 4 9       

    Treasure Hunt - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 10 15 24 25 29 Treasure Hunt jackpot for 11/29/2014 is $40,000       

    Quinto (DAY) - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 5 3 9 0 8       

    Big 4 (DAY) - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 4 2 6 3       

    Daily Number (DAY) - 11/28/2014
    Winning Numbers: 2 6 1       

    Match 6 - 11/27/2014
    Winning Numbers: 5 15 16 24 25 47 Match 6 jackpot for 12/01/2014 is $1,000,000       

    Cash 5 - 11/27/2014
    Winning Numbers: 15 17 29 34 37 Cash 5 jackpot for 11/28/2014 is $450,000       

    Quinto - 11/27/2014
    Winning Numbers: 6 1 4 9 2       

    Big 4 - 11/27/2014
    Winning Numbers: 9 9 1 6       

    Daily Number - 11/27/2014
    Winning Numbers: 5 7 6       


    Loading...
    Advertisement

    You have 2 remaining free articles this month

    Try unlimited digital access

    If you are an existing subscriber,
    link your account for free access. Start here

    You’ve reached the limit of free articles this month.

    To continue unlimited reading

    If you are an existing subscriber,
    link your account for free access. Start here