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Winter is nearly over, but salt is no longer in short supply in Shaler, said manager Tim Rogers at the commissioners meeting tonight.
About 40 people picketed outside the board's meeting room at Mars Area Primary Center.
Anthony Kofalt, 39, faces a preliminary hearing Wednesday on retail theft and other charges in Venango County Central Court.
Bradley Oberg, 64, of Cranberry, died Monday evening at UPMC Passavant. He was taken there after collapsing about 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
The historical marker will become part of a memorial plaza that pays tribute to the Croatian community.
The bridge carrying Butler Road over the Allegheny River in Kittanning will be closed to eastbound traffic starting Thursday, PennDOT said.
District officials soon will be able to listen to pupils on their buses as well as watch them.
Gene Freeman took his oath of office before the board at the agenda study session Monday evening.
Paul Jarvis Jr. escaped the fire but went back inside trying to rescue pets.
After winning her second yearly regional contest of Poetry Out Loud, a Hampton High student heads to the Pennsylvania contest.
Fox Chapel resident JoEllen Leech wins national literacy volunteer award.
Brand Marketing Group claimed that poor testing practices thwarted the market rollout of its space heaters.
State police said Jared Schillinger was drunk when his vehicle struck a car driven by Rikki Fleming on Route 28 on Feb. 16, 2013.
Pennsylvania State Police identified the woman as Emily Hilliard, 21, of Rochester.
William Gregg Kerr of Saxonburg died Sunday of leukemia. He was 86.
Former state Sen. Jane Orie can still further appeal her conviction if she chooses.
The North Hills school board will vote March 20 on tuition rates for online summer school.
Paul Kasunich nearly hit a police cruiser Feb. 2 while driving under the influence on Mount Nebo Road on Feb. 2, police said at the time.
A Gannon University student from Butler County who died of hypothermia last month also was drunk, the Erie County coroner said today.
Rex would pay the district $1 million initially to allow the company to drill under district schools.
Township officials also discussed replacing heating and air-conditioning units at a cost of $475,000.
Plans for an indoor shooting range in the township are moving ahead.
Happenings in the North suburban area:
Gifted studentswill paint stenciled messages on storm drains in the township to keep residents from putting waste in the stormwater system.
"A Night at the Tonys" features a variety of music.
A mother claims the district is discriminating against her child due to his mental and physical disabilities.
Football players, cheerleaders, dancers and the mascot came Avonworth Elementary for Read Across America Day.
Student organizes "White Sock Drive" to aid the homeless.
Carmody's Restaurant and Lounge in Franklin Park closed its doors Saturday.
Bill Moul has been president of the North Area Environmental Council for 15 years.
School news briefs from the North suburban area:
One in three adults 65 and older falls each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
News briefs from the North suburban area:
Municipal news briefs from the North suburban area:
People and student news from the North suburban area:
Tina Louise Shaffer, 39, of Plum, is charged with homicide in the death of Lloyd W. Shontz Jr.
Sharon K. Mangus, 54, of 1350 Sirwell St., died of smoke inhalation.
Sewickley Academy third-grader Ally Aufman has 2.4 million views on her YouTube channel, a shout-out from Jimmy Kimmel and her own app.
Fifteen people had been arrested as of noon, the task force said in a news release.
Sean McLinden, 58, of Sewickley, was stopped on Route 65 in Emsworth in March 2012, according to the complaint in U.S. District Court.
The Seneca Valley School District is looking to extend its contract with its Internet template provider for another three years.
Task force members will only patrol Ross streets to look for those who are driving under the influence, said police Chief Robert Bellan.
The victim was pronounced dead at Jameson Memorial Hospital, Fire Chief Mark Panella said.
Authorities say Loriann Artzberger admitted to detectives that she used the money for her own benefit.
Police said heroin sold by Mark Bochicchio, 36, showed the drug has fentanyl in it, which has been tied to more than 20 overdose deaths.
Major chains dominate the fast-food market, but independent restaurants attract more patrons for family-style and casual dining.
As the players golfed their way through the library, they could take time to read a story with one of several trained therapy dogs.
Happenings in the North suburban area:
Formed among 175 families from three parishes, St. Alexis attracted parishioners at the beginning of the population explosion in
A new partnership program allows businesses to advertise or sponsor events such as football games, homecoming or the prom.