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A builder in the North Hills of Pittsburgh is meeting Hindu standards for Indians’ homes.
About 54 West Penn Power customers lost power Sunday night after a car hit a utility pole in West Deer Township.
A New Castle man is arrested after a Youngstown woman is found shot to death.
Eric Gonzalez-Huerta, 23, of Kentucky, has been charged with violations such as accidents involving death while not properly licensed.
A variety of traffic shifts and restrictions will be in place as a result, PennDOT announced.
A large cache of illicit drugs was found at a Sharpsburg home Tuesday by police who went there on a domestic disturbance call.
University hopes the added women’s offerings bring it closer to addressing a Title IX discrimination complaint.
Sewickley Academy is part of a worldwide attempt to set a record for “Most People Sport Stacking at Multiple Locations in One Day.”
The restriction will be in place from 6 p.m. today until 6 a.m. Friday.
Residents living near the closed school in Ross told North Hills school board members that their property values would be jeopardized.
A group of pro-drilling residents asked the board Nov. 11 to reconsider allowing Rex Energy to drill under the district’s schools.
It will require multiple clearances for all volunteers, no matter how little they help out.
Ross commissioners will vote next month on a 2015 budget that holds the tax rate, and adds $500,000 to the paving budget.
When he was in elementary school, he started writing short stories that were so good they caught the attention of one of his teachers.
Ghosts of Christmas Past instruct the dispirited of Christmas today at unique Midwest holiday public art display.
Wealthier districts performed better, while poorer districts were on the low end of the ratings.
A daylong forum will provide answers about the deadly epidemic in Africa and an evening concert will raise funds for its victims.
Avonworth holds pep rally; Highlands holds gold card Thanksgiving luncheon; Mars Area presents comedy
Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.
State police reported no serious injuries in the crash, which occurred shortly after 7 a.m.
Millvale police Officer Nicole Murphy was charged with violating the man’s rights by using a Taser on him after he was arrested in 2012.
Administrators in the North Allegheny School District are proposing $5.5 million in capital improvements in 2015-16.
An expert witness for the defense said today that Officer Nicole Murphy's use of a Taser on Thomas Smith was "reasonable."
Edinboro police Chief Jeff Craft said Trey Gunter, 21, has been taken into custody in connection with the shooting of Tobiah Johnson, 22.
A Beaver County memorial bike ride for Taylor Lee Banks is held Sunday with police mum about their investigation of the fatality.
Officer Nicole Murphy contends she used the weapon on Thomas Smith in September 2012 to prevent him from harming himself.
Officer Casey Bonincontro’s cell phone video of the incident is the government's main exhibit.
The shooting was reported about 6 p.m. outside an apartment complex several blocks from the campus.
Ken Barton Burrows, 54, pleaded guilty to the charge before U.S. District Judge Terrence F. McVerry.
The board is expected to name Avella Area Superintendent Janell Logue-Belden as its eighth superintendent.
Bernie Traurig has been called a master in show jumping, dressage and eventing, the three Olympic equestrian events.
Ross commissioners are considering a 2015 budget that holds the tax rate, but adds $500,000 to the paving budget.
Lawrence Evans crashed his vehicle into the back of another vehicle at 7 p.m. Saturday on Ohio River Boulevard.
The victim was a Mt. Lebanon resident, the Allegheny County medical examiner’s office said.
Officials will announce when two outbound lanes will be restored and the ramp from I-579 and the Veterans Bridge to Route 28 will reopen.
David Higginbotham Sr., 62, of Baden will face a hearing in 45 days to determine if he will be classified as a sexually violent predator.
A garden to honor deceased graduates of Hampton School District is on its way to becoming a community focal point.
A second-grader from Shaler raised more than $2,000 for Children’s Hospital Foundation in memory of her grandmother who died of cancer.
Jim Helfrich, vice president of the Reserve commissioners and a lifelong resident of the community, joined the parents.
The Neuro Kinetics-developed system, called I-Portal, uses eye-tracking tests to evaluate head injuries.
The development’s fourth and final phase plans to celebrate the opening of Panera Bread Dec.1.
To honor a founder of North Hills People for Peace, a pole bearing the inscription “May Peace Prevail on Earth’ in eight languages will be
The Mrs. Claus Club of North Hills provides baskets and support to those diagnosed with cancer.
The district attorney declined to file more serious criminal charges saying Trooper Schimp was “negligent” when he ran a stop sign.
Some communities are preparing for another horrendous winter; others say it will be business as usual.
Commissioners vow to look into the 53 percent increase in premiums.
The crash occurred between 7 and 7:30 a.m, an Allegheny County dispatch supervisor said.
This year’s re-enactment hike, following Washington’s path through Western Pennsylvania, will take place Nov. 29 at the Harmony Museum.
Ross residents urge North Hills School District to keep the Seville school building. The school closed in 2010.
The death of a “Car Talk” co-host has her reminiscing about the automotive misadventures of dad.