Cross-country protesters stopped Thursday in Pleasant Hills to urge a food company to change its animal welfare policies.
Sixty-five years after Sgt. Joseph Snock of Apollo was captured, his remains have been identified.
Aggressive campaign to secure a liver for the toddler succeeds with donation from a Nebraska girl who died of a brain tumor.
The grant from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will help to preserve the playwright’s childhood home at 1727 Bedford Ave.
Officials are urging caution and common sense during what one group calls “the most dangerous holiday weekend of the year.”
Land-based activities, including musical performances and Saturday’s fireworks display, will go on as scheduled.
Officers tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver sped away and minutes later lost control of the vehicle, crashing into the porch.
Some Pittsburgh Family Dollar locations will be affected.
The crane tipped on its side and damaged the edge of the building’s roof.
Police said the driver was stopped at a red light on Beaver Avenue when another vehicle pulled up alongside him and someone shot him.
Fireworks displays on July 4 dwindle as the industry shifts to offering pyrotechnics throughout the year.
The North Allegheny school board rolled out both tax increases and a one-to-one technology initiative at their meeting.
Board members questioned why worker rates varied for different sport events, and the tabled action on 3 percent raises for some employees.
The proposal calls for 140 townhouses on 24 acres that used to be the Woodville State Hospital property.
Former administrator Phil Martell is now being accused of “double dipping,” or billing two organizations for the same trip expenses.
Participants hiked 70 long miles through the Laurel Highlands to raise money for Checkpoint, a veteran services nonprofit.
Offices closed today for the Independence Day holiday.
Built in 1968, the venerable Scott pool shuts down Aug. 16 to be completely rebuilt.
Among the festival displays will be Deb Andrison’s quill art, which is created by coiling strips of paper into works of art.
Row by Row Experience sends quilters to shops across the US & Canada – including Piecing It Together in Ross Township.
The crash occurred in the 100 block of West Pike Street in Houston about 4:30 a.m.
Several festivals with fireworks mark traditional Fourth of July celebrations in Westmoreland County.
Police said they attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Christopher M. Griedel, 29, of Clarksville, around 3 a.m. near Southwest Regional
Penn Hills youngster Trenton Bentley was fitted in his own uniform, sworn in as an honorary second lieutenant and shown all around the base.
Members of the Independent Mountain Men Living History Society strive to preserve frontier history – and to live it.
Monroeville residents with a house valued at the average $107,900 should see an increase of $46.88 per year on their taxes.
The school board voted 6-1 to approve the budget, which includes the maximum real estate tax hike allowed by the state index.
Renovation designs, including work to be done on the interior and exterior of the Bladerunners Ice Complex are complete.
These summer institutes are subject-specific and provide teachers with the support and training needed to teach AP courses.
Topics range from the basics of drafting and design to lighting and sound effects.
The Scott parish was founded in 1955 and has blossomed from 208 to 1,400 families.
Laura Hartman helped get the township a library and now, she has helped it get a new swimming pool.
Last year, the event raised $32,000 for the Public Library. This year a garden party will be held including hors d'oeuvres, sweets and live
Two classes –– Midsummer Night’s (Berry) Jam and Ferment This (From Kimchi to Kraut) –– were designed to take advantage of summer’s bounty.
Students read a book and play a corresponding game at the district’s summer family literacy program. Parents are also encouraged to attend.
The average homeowner is expected to pay an additional $25 in property taxes under the new budget.
Just in time for the All-Star game on July 14, the nonprofit is scheduling a talk, "Transformation of Baseball Across the 20th Century."
Through Project SEED, economically disadvantaged high school students get to take part in actual scientific research.
Jamie Patten, of Highland Park, opened Allegheny Wine Mixer in Lawrenceville in 2012.
The American Association of University Women honored Sister Rita Yeasted, professor at La Roche College, for 25 years of women’s advocacy.
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Charis Allen, 17, of Penn Hills is the winner of the first Teen Writer Luminari Award.
“You don’t buy a Cadillac when your budget calls for a Kia,“ writer says.
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