Faced with declining enrollment and students who drop out, Edinboro decides that tightening admission standards may be the answer.
Other concerns discovered near a break in a key water main are contributing to the cost estimate, Pittsburgh’s water authority said.
Ian Guliani, also known as Ian Kaminski, faces charges of homicide, burglary, robbery and conspiracy in the June death of Brandon Turowski.
A Ten Commandments monument will be moved from a western Pennsylvania high school to a Catholic grade school due to an atheist's lawsuit.
The chase started around 11:50 p.m. when East Deer Police tried to pull over a vehicle for a traffic violation.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
The township introduced an ordinance limiting dispensaries and growers/processors to conditional uses in commercial and industrial zones.
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
The school district had anticipated that it would have to raise taxes for 2017-18, but its financial picture has improved.
Ross approved the tax abatement last month for the former Northway Mall site, but the school board postponed its vote on the matter.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Mario Patterson, 29, of the North Side.
But the Cranberry safety product company’s fourth quarter results fall shy of Wall Street estimates.
Problems at the Butler Street restaurant included a rodent infestation.
Police charged Joshua Gonzalez, 24, of Brentwood with one count of aggravated assault after the Nov. 24 incident at Milestone Bar.
Acclaimed Pittsburgh chef Justin Severino will bring some of the top chefs in the country to collaborate at his Lawrenceville restaurants.
The shooting occurred about 6:30 p.m. at 10 Robb Avenue.
The suspect, identified as Joseph Virtue, 28, of East Allegheny was charged with robbery and taken to the Allegheny County Jail.
The leaky water main that had been losing about 10,000 gallons a minute has a roughly 8-foot break, PWSA said today.
Sheila Wagner, 45, and Robert Davies, 60, both face charges of homicide and other crimes in the death of Ronald Peless.
A leaky PWSA water main is about a century old and made of riveted steel. The exact location of its rupture remained a mystery Monday.
You can listen to your own music while you wait, but no one does. Bradly Richards, the guy with the scissors, has the best playlist.
The plan to put North Hills schools under one administration soon to be duplicated in other regions, he says.
The student retreat ignited a worldwide Catholic charismatic renewal, one of the church’s most influential spiritual movements.
Festival will be re-branded as the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival, benefiting the Autism Society.
Two bidders for the former Middlesex Elementary School resulted in the district receiving $800,000, double the amount of the original bid.
Kayla Snyder, school counselor, teaches a lesson in each class once a month on a different topic and has created student support groups.
Bethel Park, Collier, Cranberry, Frazer, Kilbuck, Irwin, Rostraver and Moon are preparing for the medical marijuana business.
IQ Escape in Ross provides challenges for its customers and for students in an innovation and design class at Avonworth Middle School.
Howard Rayzer, 52, of Highland Park was charged Tuesday by Allegheny County police with simple assault, official oppression and harassment.
About 30 Girl Scouts and adults protested outside headquarters, opposed to the group’s decision to close more than half of its camps.
A federal grand jury has indicted Keith Simpson of Butler on charges of taking $41,000.
Christopher Sokiera, 41, who is a former volunteer with the Boy Scouts, admits to having images and videos on electronic devices.
About 1,200 customers lost power throughout several North Hills municipalities, as did around 250 in Mount Oliver.
Kenneth Wise formerly was an officer with the University of Pittsburgh Police Department and has served on the Franklin Borough department.
The federal case against Lewis Klobetanz is separate from the state stalking charges to which he previously pleaded guilty.
Anyone who walks into the former Allegheny Center Mall now has access to some of the nation’s fastest public Wi-Fi.
Thomas Tull and his wife, Alba, purchased a 14,474-square-foot house from tech giant Glen Meakem and his wife Diane for $15 million.
Police said security footage showed someone who “appears to be manipulating the door’s locking devices.”
East Lacock Street, the North Shore exit for Route 28, has a sinkhole for the third time in 18 months because it was built on unstable fill.
Mt. Lebanon’s Hitchhiker Brewing buying historic Sharpsburg brewery’s power plant buildings for a production brewery and tap/barrel room.
As priests shoulder busy workloads, a New Castle pastor finds purpose even as he leads four parishes.
George Powell, 33, was charged with trespassing, harassment and other offenses for the incident Thursday at Aliquippa Elementary School.
Landmark Italian restaurant that closed at year’s end to have fewer seats and a new takeout option when it reopens later this month.
The two-alarm fire was reported around 11:45 a.m. in the 800 block of Thompson Run Road.
The fields were supposed to be completed for the start of softball season this year.
A group is preparing to plant acres of trees along a number of streams in the region.
The township is considering requiring that all new developments contain sidewalks.
James Welsh is one of five school board members whose seats are up for re-election this year.
The first-time exhibit showcases works of students from Bellevue and Avalon and is hung in the John A. Hermann Jr. Museum.
The expansion to Beaver and Butler counties is possible because of a grant from the FISA Foundation.