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The developer of homes for the affluent, known as the man who built Pittsburgh’s suburbs, came from humble roots.—
Braddock Hills Propel High School, where two guns were found Monday, will reopen next week after employees received a “call of concern.”
One student who is taking 16 credits expects to see her tuition rise by $1,628 a year to $8,448, an increase of about 24 percent.
League workers believe Gracie may have been abused before she was brought to the shelter.
Mary Jane Gentile was killed in the 1 a.m. fire, according to the Allegheny County medical examiner’s office.
Troy Miller, 21, of Homewood, and James Meek, 26, of Wilkinsburg face charges of homicide and robbery, among other offenses.
School officials and police are mapping out long-term security plans for area schools after two recent incidents on or near school campuses.
A coal truck collided with a tractor-trailer hauling beer shortly after 4 a.m., according to Westmoreland County emergency officials.
“It’s clear we have some immediate work to do to deliver better performance,” new president and CEO Don Nolan said in a press release.
Mifflin Township Historical Society has a new home, a jump in membership and a regular schedule of meetings planned for 2015.
Howard Davidson has seen much change during the nearly 40 years he has worked for the municipality.
Rachel L. Greenblatt, speaking at Congregation Emanu-El Israel, addressed the presence and absence of American Jews in the TV industry.
Other police departments will be permitted to use it, after training.
The group, which performs show tunes, music from the 1950s to 1970s, patriotic music and more, has two concerts scheduled so far this year.
Organizers of a clothing drive at the University of Pittsburgh hope to collect 150,000 pieces in an effort to set a world record.
Members of Clergy Against Alzheimer’s have written the book, which is available on Amazon.
The district also is developing a five-year plan for capital projects.
Assistant superintendent Nancy Hines has been named acting superintendent, effective Feb. 1, replacing Thomas K. Washington.
Two residents formed Split Stage Productions to offer unconventional plays in Westmoreland County.
The organizations that groups form today differ from a century ago but still meet immigrants’ needs as they adjust to a new culture.
Events and other happenings throughout the east communities.
News and other happenings throughout the east communities.
Consumer Reports also urges subscribers to read fine print on magazine subscription offers.
Constables Christian Constantini, 25, and Michael Lowman, 45, are accused of using excessive force in an arrest for unpaid parking tickets.
The $19 million project to replace the Greenfield Bridge will begin later this year.
The supervisor said Anthony Garland, was pronounced dead about 5:22 p.m. He lived in an apartment building on the 700 block of Kelly Avenue.
Steve Katz loved sports and was a devoted coach and mentor to all.
“He just wanted to talk to somebody,” Homestead police Chief Jeffrey DeSimone said.
Elementary principals Tanya Smith, of Turner Elementary, and Rosalind Fisher, of Kelly Elementary, will receive the one-time bonuses.
The committee on economic development and housing recommended a resolution that would give Walnut Capital a 10-year tax break.
Police arrested Shaquir Gilmore, 18, of Rankin and have not identified the juvenile male.
Second of two parts. Housing authorities nationally maintain police forces, guard contracts and pacts with police despite budget cuts.
Roman Jones faces charges of criminal homicide and other crimes in the slaying Tuesday of William “Billy” Doyle, 24, at Crawford Village.
No explanation was given for Thomas Washington resignation.
The restaurant was closed at the time the fire started and no one was inside.
Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.
The man, identified as Edwin Hammond, was shot in the stomach, possibly inside his home. He died at UPMC Presbyterian hospital.
Larry D. Winckler stole $9.2 million while chief operating officer of Falcon Drilling.
Damages are estimated to exceed $2 million in the blaze that destroyed three buildings and damaged two others.
The judge described the crime as "mystifying," given that Mr. Winckler earned $260,000 a year.
John Longo, 58, of Hempfield pleaded guilty last year.
James Karr is charged with homicide and arson in the death of his wife, Maureen, who had sought a protection from abuse order against him.
Former manager Lynette McKinney received $52,000 and her attorney $23,000, most of it from the municipality’s insurance carrier.
A teenage boy was shot outside the school after a basketball game against Propel Andrew Street High School in Munhall.
A club to discuss books with nature themes will hold its first meeting tonight at Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve near Saint Vincent College.
Philip Little recently presented Operation Safe Surf, a presentation for parents and children about cyberspace dangers, in Shaler.
Gateway Middle School student’s gift ‘a real world example of selflessness.’
The landmark expected to open late this summer as council prepares to open contractor bids.
Weekly sessions of the program were held last year at Greensburg-Salem Middle School.
Colleen Tortorella was selected as a semifinalist for counselor of the year and will attend a recognition dinner in Washington.