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Jared Boger, 17, one of four students still being hospitalized, is "doing well," his mother said.
Three teens and a 41-year-old woman are killed in the collision on Route 156. Three other adults are hospitalized.
Four men and a woman are sentenced to 5 years' probation in "Operation Pork Chop."
Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland held a seder meal Monday for about 200 people.
To become enraged enough to try to stab multiple people requires a predisposition to harm others coupled with other factors, experts say.
Attendance was at more than 90 percent as high school students returned to the classes on Wednesday.
A program based in McKeesport Area schools provides support for teenage mothers.
Happenings in the East suburban area:
Ginette Simpson's work benefits her parish, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church in New Alexandria.
William Shakespeare's 450th birthday is World Book Night, when more than 550,000 books will be distributed free throughout the country.
Wildlife Works Inc. rehabilitates birds of prey and other animals. The barn, or flyway, allows the birds to strengthen their wings.
On behalf of The Reflections Of Grace Foundation, I would like to offer my gratitude to the supporters who attended the Race For Grace.
News briefs from the East suburban area:
The board also discussed funding levels for local libraries.
Alec Lindsey of Winfield and Megan Majocha of Plum competed in a pageant meant promote emerging leaders.
She will participate in a two-week summer residency, followed by an eight-city, coast-to-coast performance tour.
Three other people were injured in the crash that happened Wednesday night on Route 156.
Council tabled a decision that would allow the creation of bid specifications for subsurface gas drilling under a park.
The school is involved in a federally funded program that saw its former director accused of stealing computer equipment.
New Kensington city police responded at 10:29 p.m. to the 500 block of Fifth Avenue, a county emergency dispatch supervisor said.
The driver said she was on Route 422 in Plumcreek when something struck the vehicle. No students were on board.
Gone Country at the Firehouse Lounge is the 45th establishment closed for not paying the 7 percent tax on all alcoholic drinks.
The accused are two Washington County men, a Latrobe woman and a dentist based in Robinson.
Students returned to school the morning after residents, parents and alumni braved the chilly weather for a community candlelight event.
Lane closures on Route 22-William Penn Highway in Monroeville are expected to cause delays for drivers today and Thursday.
Hundreds of students visited the school Tuesday during an optional opportunity to readjust to their surroundings.
County council is considering a lease that would allow horizontal drilling for natural gas beneath the property.
U.S. marshals tracked Theodore Smedley, 18, to a home in Wilkinsburg today and arrested him without incident.
The victim was shot twice during a home invasion this morning.
The Westmoreland County coroner's office identified him as Tyler L. Quakenbush, 21, of Latrobe.
Increased physical security measures can only go so far if mental health supports are not in place in schools to help students and teachers.
When the calls were placed was not clear, but the caller is thought to be 16-year-old stabbing suspect Alex Hribal.
A decision on charges in the death of 23-year-old Abram Sorek is pending an investigation.
Connor Warwick, one of 21 students stabbed at Franklin Regional, remains hospitalized. Two other boys are still in critical condition.
A $10.7 million construction project on Route 286 in Monroeville was scheduled to begin tonight, weather permitting, PennDOT announced.
Classes are set to resume this week in the Westmoreland County high school, and physical and emotional healing are moving forward.
The order had been in effect since a water-main break Friday in Etna.
The PG reached out to as many of the injured students and their families as the paper could identify in an effort to tell the story.
Connor Warwick is a 16-year-old honor student who also plays basketball, tennis and dek hockey.
Nate Scimio is perhaps the most public face of all the victims -- with 13,000 followers on Instagram as of Thursday night
Nick Snyder said he plans to lean heavily on family, friends, coaches and teammates as he comes to grips with his brush with death.
Matthew Seligman's family moved from Rhode Island to Murrysville when he was in sixth grade -- a tough time for a change of scenery.
Jeff Lasalle, 16, was cut "all the way through his arm," according to a relative.
Kolden Cook plays hockey, so he's used to getting roughed up. He usually has the pads to handle it.
Saturday morning was Greg Keener's third surgery since being stabbed in the liver Wednesday while in a hallway at Franklin Regional High
A day after Kate Lonergan was injured friends took her hiking and made her laugh so hard, she feared she'd tear her stitches.
A weight-lifter in his spare time, he said he hoped to recover in time for the prom in May.
Derek, 17, has been in the school district since kindergarten. He plays guitar, sings in a chorus and is on a bowling team.
Julianna Carolla, a victim of the stabbing attack at Franklin Regional High School, plans to become a nurse.
Brandon Brown is a musician and an honor student who loves to write, even penning a few hypothetical episodes of his favorite show,