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The goal of the 20-hour vigil was “to give people the idea that people worship differently, and it’s OK to have something different.”
Another of the vehicle’s occupants was injured in the one-car accident around midnight Saturday.
Around 4:30 p.m. firefighters were still working to still the blaze which was reported to dispatchers around 1:30 p.m.
When Wilkinsburg police arrived at the scene of a reported domestic disturbance, they found a bruised baby and a story that didn’t add up.
Danny Washington, 30, was held for court on one count of homicide in the July death of James Payne Sr., 58.
Rasul Abernathy, 33, of Coatesville in Chester County, pleaded guilty Thursday to sex trafficking of a child.
Latrobe police have charged Jesse Kuhns with having sex with the boy when he stayed at her home in March.
Paul R. Christie, 77, was found in the garage behind his home, pinned beneath a brush hog, the coroner’s office said.
Allegheny County officials on Thursday identified a man who was killed inside a Wilkinsburg restaurant Wednesday afternoon.
The final Historic Hanna’s Town Antiques and Collectibles Market of the 2014 season will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
The county medical examiner’s office this morning identified the victim as Lynneil Williams, 31, of the North Side.
The three-alarm fire was reported at 2:19 p.m. in the 1700 block of Wesley Street.
The governor has set Sept. 22 as the execution date for Hubert Michael.
A local concrete contractor blasts the Water and Sewer Authority over the bidding process for more than $1 million worth of work.
Officials have a new plan to spend $6.5 million for a STEM center by reconfiguring space at the high school and building an addition.
The cutoff has linked Route 22 and William Penn Highway since the 1960s.
National Alliance on Mental Illness has more than a dozen affiliates in the Pittsburgh region.
About a dozen different types of businesses have inquired about possibly using the site along Jefferson Avenue.
War bride Rae Brewer Zurovcik and authors Duncan Barrett and Nuala Calvi, authors of “GI Brides,” will speak Friday in McKeesport.
The loose-knit gathering of musicians prove when it comes to age or geography, rock knows no boundaries
Murrysville Historical Preservation Society will sponsor a celebration to give participants a fresh take on local history.
Seniors help each other as need for Faith in Action group grows.
GTECH Strategies, a nonprofit, will work with the city to revitalize neglected properties.
Members of the Pittsburgh Rose Society can show off the fruits of their labor, educate and share their expertise.
Adult day care offers relief to caregivers in the “sandwich generation,” who find themselves caring for children and elderly relatives.
News and other happenings throughout the east communities.
City officials said a Brookline man would have to dig up part of the front yard to install a pipe to direct rainwater to a storm sewer.
Terry Carcella returned to the area to be closer to his daughter and grandchildren in Greensburg.
The Westmoreland Cultural Trust will present Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Palace Theatre.
The Allegheny County medical examiner's office identified the victim as 16-year-old Vernon Rogers.
Ten veterans qualified for renovations and repairs courtesy of workers in a partnership between Rebuilding Together and Home Depot.
A 31-year-old man was in a booth at the Fireside Caribbean Restaurant in the 700 block of Penn Avenue when he was shot in the chest.
Tuesday's meeting was the first the education association has had with the East Allegheny School District since teachers went on strike.
The Woodland Hills school district is “continuing to deal with our transportation issues,” according to Superintendent Alan Johnson.
As a result, the westbound Irwin interchange at mile marker 67 has been closed indefinitely.
Matthew G. Williams, 48, of Dormont, ran Clearspan Construction Products in Westmoreland County.
The districts 133 teachers, who have been working without a contract since June 2012, went on strike last Tuesday, the first day of school.
The Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple project is delayed for now. Council members voted Tuesday to table all applications for the project.
Hayley Nichole Butler, 22, is charged with homicide, aggravated assault and child endangerment, according to court records.
A man who Penn Hills police said shot and killed his son's pregnant girlfriend died Sunday.
“A Fair in the Park” marks its 45th anniversary of presenting some of the best in contemporary fine arts and crafts.
Melvin Knight’s lawyer, James Geibig, had argued that the jury wasn't properly sworn in prior to hearing the penalty trial.
Theresa Smith was standing outside Allegheny Auto Body on Verona Road, when the man shot her, said Howard Burton, Penn Hills police chief.
Angela DiBattista had been teaching with the district for over a decade when she was suspended in January 2006 and fired in February 2011.
Richard Ostrosky, 62, is charged with attempted kidnapping of a minor, luring a child and other offenses.
Universal Oral Fluid Laboratories of PA LLC and owner William Hughes have been asked to forfeit more than $750,000 in a federal complaint.
The 850-foot-long grove of trees that spells out Murrysville sits on a hillside on the southern side of Route 22.
On Sept.20, the Monroeville Public Library will offer a look back at the past 50 years in the community.
Tired of reading about shallow, damsel-in-distress characters, she wrote “Holding On and Letting Go” with "full and dynamic characters."
Since October, the Holton siblings worked hard in preparation for this summer’s Lake Placid Ice Dance Championships in New York.