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Property taxes will remain at 1.42 mills for the second year in a row in Marshall Township, according to Manager Neil McFadden.
The Hilltop Alliance is getting results from owners of run-down properties through warning letters and offers of help.
Fred Gunter plans to continue selling outdoor gear and equipment online, teach kayaking and rock climbing classes and lead adventure trips.
Pennsylvania is competing with at least a dozen other states in an effort to land a Boeing jet assembly plant.
They are controversial, but studies have shown that enforcement cameras at intersections reduce red-light running and crashes.
Lawyers for the former state Supreme Court Justice filed a 100-page appeal, identifying 15 reasons why the trial court erred in her case.
Anthony Cugini is suspected of using his industry contacts to help a local charity, Holy Family Institute.
Allegheny County Council is planning to widen a multi-use trail running alongside Ingomar Road.
Lane and shoulder closures are possible starting tonight on the Parkway North.
Rally calls for more state support of schools.
Aaron Donald, a senior from Penn Hills, is the first Pitt player to win the award.
Sharon Flanagan was found guilty of first-degree murder for drowning her 2-year-old son in a hotel bathtub last year.
The fourth plane involved in the terrorist attacks came down on property owned by Svonavec Inc. The Department of the Interior condemned it.
Councilman Bill Robinson, removed as budget chairman last week, said council President Charles Martoni hasn't kept a separation of power.
Ronald and William Kuchera provided jobs in a down-trodden community and contributed to charities, their attorneys say.
Henry selected the Mountaineers from a final list of five schools that also included Pitt, Miami, Maryland and Louisville.
Richard Ferris, who has been Bridgeville borough's solicitor for decades, has resigned his position effective January 1.
Snow could impact the morning commute into Pittsburgh, the National Weather Service said.
General manager Neal Huntington says A.J. Burnett has earned the right to take his time with his decision to continue playing or retire.
The zoning hearing board tonight denied a request to mine about 330,000 tons of coal from the site of the former Mayview State Hospital.
Firefighters were sent to the 100 block of Warmuth Lane around 4:08 p.m., where the man was pronounced dead,.
Andrew S. Fisher, 35, of Pittsburgh, was one of the drivers involved in a series of minor crashes near mile post 300 in Chester County.
Route 28 will be reduced to single-lane traffic overnight this week through Saturday morning in the city and Millvale, PennDOT announced.
Dwight Baker said the jail's former medical provider, Allegheny Correctional Health Services, hasn't paidd a $45,000 settlement.
The school board had planned to conduct five public hearings -- including one on Woolslair -- on one night, beginning at 6 p.m. Dec. 16.
The oil "burped" to the surface at 755 Bending Oak Lane on Nov. 30.
HUD sent a letter Friday responding to inquiries about consultants and contracts by U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.
The student, identified in the complaint only as J.P., was part of the school's gifted program and had Asperger's syndrome.
The crash happened shortly after 6:45 p.m. Sunday on Route 22 in Murrysville and involved a PennDOT truck.
Anthony Grisollo was selected over 11 finalists, among whom were teachers from the Bethel Park, Belle Vernon and Yough school districts.
The Pens right winger kneed the Bruins forward in the head Saturday while skating past him.
Restaurateur to pay $575,000 and to abide by a consent decree to settle claims that it discriminated against applicants older than 40.
Arraignments for the Steubenville schools superintendent and three others charged in the case have been pushed back to this Friday.
Brian Dumoulin has not played in an NHL game, but could be in the lineup when the Penguins face Columbus at 7:38 at Consol Energy Center.
Frank M. Cobb was acquitted after a 2010 roundup of 42 accused dealers in the Mon Valley.
Some districts in Armstrong, Fayette, Venango, Indiana counties were starting two hours later this morning.
The crash shut down the road Sunday night between Interstate 579 and Herron Avenue and rerouted
Under a new campus policy, fraternity chapters could be fined if their pledges fail to meet a minimum 2.5 grade-point average.
Emails between the jail staff and Corizon document many medication distribution problems that one jail watcher called "terrifying.
A third suspect accused in an October robbery and killing along the East Busway in Homewood has waived his preliminary hearing.
The Wabash Tunnel will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today through Friday.
CVV Furniture helps the needy with furniture and, last week, toys.
Food stamp fraud crackdown yields indictments, probation.
After decades of talk, the reconfiguration of the Route 51-Route 88 intersection is finally upon us.
Jon Lang is charged with using a pool skimmer to hold his wife under water.
Bloomfield is ready for some much-needed attention and has an active advocacy group with six years of funding.
The man allegedly took the child after an argument outside a pizzeria in Brentwood.
Pittsburgh Police have shut down Bigelow Boulevard between Interstate 579 and Herron Avenue.
Pitt accepted a bid to play in the Little Caesar's Pizza Bowl Dec. 26 in Detroit against Mid-American Conference champion Bowling Green.
The Dolphins' victory drove a stake through the Steelers' playoff hopes, lowering the team's record to 5-8.