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Community members have agreed to a proposal from a local animal shelter to build a $15 million, 40,000-square-foot facility in Homewood.
PNC Grow Up Great celebrated its 10th anniversary with a vocabulary challenge — teaching the same lesson at the same time in 37 cities.
One person was taken to St. Clair Hospital nearby the accident scene, according to an Allegheny County dispatch supervisor.
City Council members Corey O’Connor and Dan Gilman offer career advice to local high school students through the U Can B program.
Allegheny County police charged Tyler Goodnight, 17, with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other crimes.
City Council approved an additional $125,000 for outreach services to individuals likely to become victims or perpetrators of violence.
Billy Day, was given six years of probation and ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations, as well as a mental health evaluation.
The Butler County coroner was expected to conduct an autopsy to determine a cause and manner of death, police said.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a man in the Hill District this summer, police said.
He is being held at the Westmoreland County juvenile detention center, where he is receiving mental health treatment.
The state argued in court last week that the agreements required Highmark to provide seniors with in-network access to UPMC care.
Western Pennsylvania hospitals, like most employers, shed jobs in the wake of the 2008 recession, but job losses have continued.
In 2013, Pittsburgh police responded to 10,622 calls for domestic violence, Sgt. Eric Kroll said.
The city council advanced a request to renew a contract with a North Carolina company handling scheduling for police off-duty work.
The accident tied up traffic for a couple hours Wednesday afternoon.
Emails are presented in the sixth day of the criminal homicide trial of Robert Ferrante, charged with using cyanide to poison his wife.
Testimony came during a sentencing hearing Wednesday, a day after jurors convicted Robert L. Burgess of two counts of first-degree murder.
The trooper was sent to state Route 119 in East Huntingdon about 8 p.m. to remove wooden pallets scattered along the road, police said.
Pennsylvania American Water will replace a 36-inch water main that ruptured three times this week on Boyce.
Mross McGonigle Hall in Hampton has 13 high school classrooms for science, music, band and arts and some space for administrators.
Herbert Hart IV, 25, claimed self defense in killing Robert Wilson, his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend, but police and prosecutors disagree.
The ramp closure is the final big hurdle for drivers who have faced more than four years of restrictions and detours.
Kellie Abbott is no longer principal of the school, which opened about seven weeks ago in Cranberry.
Several board members expressed concerns over the lack of specifics outlined to board members about the plan.
Two statues that were part of the original grotto at St. Mary Church in Sharpsburg have been returned to the church community at St. Juan
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Thursday nominated acting EMS chief Mark Bocian to a permanent position.
Robert Burgess was convicted Tuesday of two counts of first-degree murder and related crimes in the 2008 deaths of Beaver Falls couple.
Influences on Halloween dress-up this year include the films “Frozen” and “Maleficient” and the Ebola outbreak.
Adia Augustin, a senior at North Allegheny Senior High School, is a semi-finalist in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program, an
The 76-year-old Oakmont theater will keep its single screen, but stages will be added for live performances.
The commission has proposed amending the budget to spend $68,000 on deer management.
Volunteers envision it as a place for live theater and musical performances, movie showings, dance recitals and comedy acts.
More than 100 residents, including schoolchildren, helped Bernie Wilkie create a community mural in Rochester Borough.
A land bank can acquire properties, renovate them and get them back on the tax rolls.
New $15 million commissary replaces the C.E. Kelly facility in Collier
Nearly 200 blankets, scarves and shawls are on display for Blanket the Library, a celebration of the library’s 50th anniversary.
The students are part of a program called Beyond School Walls, sponsored by Comcast in conjunction with Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
The Squirrel Hill residents run GlutenWize, which makes and sells cookies and granola.
One would make wording in the home rule charter gender neutral. The other would allow public notices to appear in ways other than legal ads.
Craig Campbell has 26 years of police service under his belt.
Proposed addition to Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple would add new worship space, an office, a kitchen and meditation areas.
Peter O’Rourke will teach two sessions at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Nov. 15 at Mount Pleasant Glass Museum.
A proponent of transparency, Mr. Phoennik said visibility is important in the community.
Nikola Ranick is on the commission for the first semester, Haley Silverman for the second.
The Western Allegheny Community Library in North Fayette has costumes to buy or exchange.
Isoplex will serve as a museum for the history of development on land surrounding former Western Center hospital.
Seven homes are featured on the historical society’s tour Dec. 6.
The school board gets an update on early implementation of a $1.3 million plan to equip every school with laptop computers for student use.
Maria Baseggio’s topic is “The Future is Now.”
Here are the trick-or-treat hours for West communities: