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John S. Longo, a retired turnpike maintenance worker, will be sentenced Jan. 22.
The district said the school calendar will be adjusted, including a move of the planned June 12 commencement.
For 35 years, the co-op offered discounts for volunteers. But concerns about fair wage laws and worker liability will end that next month.
John S. Longo, 58, faces a mandatory minimum 15-year prison term when U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer sentences him, set for Jan. 22.
A Wilkinsburg elder care center donated the school supplies to the Families in Transition program in Wilkinsburg School District.
Two taxi operators from Philadelphia tell the PUC that ride-sharing service Lyft doesn’t have insurance or fare restrictions they have.
Hempfield Area was among the high schools in the eastern suburbs that held summer band camp this month.
Westmoreland County Prison will introduce face-to-face visits through a website so that families and friends can talk to prisoners.
Rachel’s Challenge is a motivational speaking group created by the parents of Rachel Scott, a victim of the 1999 Columbine High School
Cesare Muccari is new executive director of the county library system, which he envisions as an education center despite funding shortages.
Airport officials said the plane carrying a pilot and one passenger skidded to a halt on the runway around 11;15 a.m.
It’s no simple task -- keeping motorists moving safely through the area’s many tunnels.
Concerts and a Bible study are featured this week.
Alex Graziani replaced longtime employee Bruce Light, who retired after nearly 20 years of service.
Pittsburghers and a couple of out-of-towners go to the website Yelp to express their feelings.
When a household goes from two persons to one, shouldn’t that be reflected in the cost of the monthly water and sewage bill?
The Liberty Tunnel opened in 1924.
Department of Environmental Protection says tests found drinking water was contaminated by an impoundment near Stahlstown.
John Resetar, 70, received a certified letter from his employer, Capital Asset Protection Inc., stating he would no longer be employed.
A security guard who helped end the stabbing spree at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville in April was fired without cause.
Agents said they traced two files, including one thought to include a girl between the ages of 2 and 4, to an IP address used at the home
The district met the requirements for the courses, that will be offered in the revamped curriculum for the merged middle and high school.
Penn State president Eric Barron is not saying if he supports one of the restructuring plans under consideration.
Jeremy Zorich's arrest is the 107th by the Child Predator Section this year, according to Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane.
Crews will seal cracks and joints through Sept. 13.
In spite of changing transportation companies, the first day of school was marred by late buses throughout the district.
The Congressional Gold Medal will be displayed for the first time during Sept. 11 events at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
Mitch Adams faces charges of harassment and making terroristic threats in connection with an incident involving his neighbor.
State police in Indiana, Pa., said the car was traveling south on Route 403 near Camerons Road.
North Versailles commissioners passed a new fire policy Thursday that critics say does not go far enough in promoting public safety.
The four-day festival that begins Thursday will host a variety of musicians and small businesses along Liberty Avenue.
John Russ, 43, of New Kensington, and Shannon Bongartz, 28, of Verona, were shot multiple times on Fourth Avenue, police said.
The bat is the 11th rabid animal reported to the department this year, including five bats, two cats, two raccoons and two groundhogs.
Banana treats galore will be available at the second annual celebration Friday through Saturday.
The first steps have been taken to rehabilitate the historic Penn-McKee Hotel, site of the first debate between Kennedy and Nixon.
The inaugural Pittsburgh Creative Arts Festival will be held Friday and Saturday at the Four Points by Sheraton in Mars.
UPS said the computer virus was found on systems at stores in 24 states.
The Wilmerding-based company plans to use Brazil production facility as a manufacturing center.
It was previously organized by Long Run Children’s Learning Center, which offered other community services.
The post is thriving as others throughout the region struggle.
Options presented include installing a pipe liner or replacing broken pipe entirely.
One veteran sports writer shares his fond memories of the football of his youth.
Jesse Lee of Murrysville has opened mySchooler Academy, an SAT preparation course modeled after programs in his native South Korea.
News and other happenings throughout the east communities.
Line-up of activities announced for this weekend’s fete for the banana split in Latrobe.
The school district is facing a shortage of four teachers as of Wednesday night due to recent resignations received in the past week.
Murrysville approved the dual use, unified land development application for the construction of an AutoZone and Mattress Discounters.
As in previous closures, PennDOT is warning of significant delays on the outbound parkway, with traffic forming a single lane and exiting.
A coal truck collided Tuesday morning with two SUVs on Route 422 in Pine Township, Indiana County, killing one person and injuring five.
Arthur Pero, 57, was sentenced to pay a $150 fine as well as court costs.