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The North Allegheny school board Wednesday approved a three-year purchase of software from Blackboard Inc.
Closing Reserve Primary School seemed to be the least popular of several options presented by HHSDR Architects/Engineers of Pittsburgh.
VFW members, borough officials and local business people unveiled a marker saluting Gen. Robert G. Woodside outside the house he built.
Grove City College’s campus was locked down for about three hours this morning and a convocation was postponed after a nearby armed robbery.
David L. Hilty, owner of C&D Gas, defrauded Dominion Gas to the tune of $950,000, federal prosecutors say.
The $7.7 million project will resurface nearly 3.5 miles of the highway between Route 910-Wexford and the Butler County line.
The men pleaded guilty in the death of Tim McNerney, who hit his head after he was punched during an attempted robbery in Washington.
Drivers will be directed to the conventional E-ZPass lanes, where the speed limit for through traffic is 5 mph.
Teachers are waiting to hear whether they will get a raise included in a contract that was passed last year then revoked by a new school
The patient was flown to an area hospital, he said. No further information was available.
The fire started shortly after noon in the Star Grill restaurant on Marwood Road, Butler County dispatch reported.
A 71-year-old motorcyclist died in Cranberry Friday afternoon after colliding with a car on Route 8 in Middlesex, Butler County.
A crossover for southbound traffic will be eliminated, with delays and traffic stoppages possible.
"I didn't know that you could get a DUI for being high. I smoked two hours ago," the complaint quoted Le'Veon Bell as saying.
Former Butler County court tipstaff sues alleging discrimination against males.
November trial set for Millvale police officer who used Taser on handcuffed man.
The restriction will be in place Friday night and all day Saturday.
Power problems have delayed the opening of the high-occupancy vehicle lanes for outbound traffic this afternoon.
One veteran sports writer shares his fond memories of the football of his youth.
The lawsuit by Francis Plaisted, 65, alleges gender discrimination, a hostile work environment and wrongful termination.
McKnight traffic is not being affected by the work to repair a storm sewer pipe in the parking lot of Hollywood Tans, 7599 McKnight.
Four Directions: A Center for the Arts and Healing, a new nonprofit, may continue holding music and dance gatherings.
A group of senior citizens asked board members if they would change the policy.
Patricia Thomas attended Catholic elementary and high schools, received a master’s degree from one and started her teaching career in one.
Millvale paid $37,500 to resolve Thomas Jason James Smith’s related lawsuit against the borough and Nicole Murphy.
Mr. Bernot is the fourth-generation of teachers in his family that included his mom, her mother, and her mother’s mother.
Municipal news and other happenings in the north suburbs.
Events, activities and other happenings throughout the north communities.
McKnight Development Corp. has announced a plan to transform Funfest into a family entertainment center with new indoor/outdoor attractions.
The shootings occurred in the 400 block of 4th Avenue and were first reported to dispatchers about 8:20 a.m.
Le’Veon Bell, 22, and LeGarrette Blount, 27, are expected to be charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession, Ross police said.
State police identified the man as 51-year-old Thomas W. Erickson of Titusville. His body was found Tuesday afternoon in Clear Lake.
Michael Meyer was appointed Wednesday to an open seat on the North Allegheny school board.
Thousands of dollars’ worth of books are being pilfered from libraries in Allegheny and Butler counties, and police are investigating.
The single-vehicle crash occurred at 7:52 a.m. on Route 19 near the on-ramp to Interstate 79 in Jackson.
Daniel Schulties, 23, of Richard Road, was arrested Saturday by the state attorney general's Child Predator Section.
Single-lane traffic is possible in both directions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through next Tuesday.
Fire companies and a water rescue team were searching Clear Lake in Spartansburg along with the county scuba team.
Investigators said Casey Melvin, 26, she lied about the date of an accident so it would be covered under her lapsed insurance policy.
Ross officials should be able to compel property owners to fix broken storm sewer lines before they turn into sinkholes.
Ross commissioners Monday unanimously approved an ordinance regulating digital signs.
State police said Justin Barr, 26, was cited for careless driving in connection with the accident on Route 322 in Paint.
The impact of the vehicle striking the house, located in the 200 block of the road, resulted in a gas leak.
Shady Side Academy has received $500,000 from Nick Coslov to start a scholarship in the name of William DeTillo.
Etna, a flood-prone area, opened a new rainwater diversion system that will send water underground rather than into sanitary sewers.
The overhead ramp has been closed since it was hit by a truck on July 11.
Work will occur from 7 p.m. today and conclude by 6 a.m. Monday.
A lane of inbound Route 28 will close for much of the day on Saturday for paving
Rebecca Miller of Shaler won the amateur women’s title last month at the World Wakeboard Association National Championship in Waco, Texas.
An inspection revealed deterioration of the pipe, and the township shared that information with those responsible for its maintenance.