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A look at events for the upcoming week.
The Delany Scholars Program, a district initiative that provided mentoring and academic help, ended last month when funding ran out.
A watch means that there is the risk of hazardous weather and conditions for a hydrologic event has increased.
The Peace Corps is changing its application process.
Primary Health clinic offers a van service to patients who can’t afford transportation to appointments.
Patient needs are great at the all-volunteer 9th Street Free Clinic in McKeesport.
As hospitals close, patients and health advocates say the region's poor have been left behind.
Wilford Payne has long advocated for health care for underserved populations.
UPMC shut down Braddock hospital in 2010; Cleveland Clinic shuttered Huron Hospital in 2011. The results in each community have not been
Residents were evacuated from the Young Hotel in Pitcairn Friday evening when bricks began falling from the side of the building, according
A single-lane closure will start on southbound Route 28 near the Route 910 on-ramp today at 9 a.m., as contractors remove rocks, scale the
Upcoming Port Authority service revisions will not include new routes, officials said Friday.
Robert Scott Winder of Grove City crashed his experimental aircraft today at the Grove City Regional Airport while attempting a landing.
State police said Ethan Kenney, 19, of Dunbar, was intoxicated at the time of the crash that killed Catherine A. Healy, 19.
Eugene Cobbs, 43, filed notice yesterday that he will plead guilty Aug. 11 to charges related to his escape last year.
Dominique Jackson, 26, of Denton, was found guilty at trial in March of conspiracy to distribute cocaine in Clairton and elsewhere.
Joint practices with the Buffalo Bills will be the newest feature when the Steelers begin training camp today in Latrobe.
A ’tool kit’ prepared by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania is designed to teach officials which approaches have worked to battle blight.
David and Jennifer Beatty were charged with endangering the welfare of children.
But it’s not quite a done deal: The PUC set conditions for Lyft and Uber’s temporary status, which last 60 days.
Stephen Shanley, deputy director, is listed on the county public works website as the interim director.
The Healthy PA Medicaid reform will no longer seek to repeal the MAWD program, which provides aid to 33,000 workers with disabilities.
Police said he was the source for two people from New Martinsville, W.Va., who bought heroin from him and then distributed it in the region.
To fans, Buffett is known simply as “Jimmy” and they casually tell stories about him like a best friend or neighbor.
In Allegheny County, it's now possible for cell phone customers with Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint to send emergency text messages to 911
The PUC will consider whether to allow the ride-sharing companies to operate locally. Meanwhile, “e-hailing” app Hailo is eyeing Pittsburgh.
Amid a dispute over research, doctors are urging conservative use of the blood-thinner Pradaxa.
There was no Listeria bacteria at the Youngstown, Ohio, baking facility.
Federal marshals said Ralph Currington, 43, lied to them when they interviewed him about where to find his brother, a fugitive.
Johann Breyer, who was arrested last month at his home, had said he was forced to work as a guard at Auschwitz.
A caller claims to work for Publisher’s Clearing House and says the person answering the phone has won a large amount of money.
A man placed an empty box on Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald's car at the Downtown Allegheny County Courthouse Thursday.
Pittsburgh needs three more administrative law judges to reduce a backlog and to handle appeals being re-filed by miners and their widows.
Caren Glotfelty, 67, is the new executive director of the foundation, which raises money for special projects at Allegheny County‘s parks.
Annual reports for 2011 and 2012 show the city paid $381,764 in settlements, judgments and attorneys fees for various lawsuits.
American International Biotechnology billed for unneeded tests at Lions Medical Center in Greene County, the Justice Department said.
The box was examined by courthouse guards and found to be empty, authorities said.
There have been 86 text messages sent to 911 since mid-May, according to a county spokeswoman.
The appeals were filed after doctors hired by coal companies misdiagnosed black lung disease to help employers avoid paying claims.
Lyme disease can usually be treated with antibiotics if it is caught early, Health Director Karen Hacker said.
The lane closures will be delayed until two hours after the end of the Pirates games.
An 8-year-old Greenville boy‘s plight of near starvation sheds light on the abusive treatment of some children and not others in families.
Today’s downgrade means Pennsylvania is ranked among the six worst states in Moody’s ratings for the 47 states with general obligation debt.
The work will occur between Forest Hills and the Squirrel Hill Tunnels from 10 tonight until 5 a.m. Tuesday.
A look at the upcoming events for the week ahead.
Community gardens like the one in Millvale offer disadvantaged communities a chance to return to their neighborly roots.
Pennsylvania is selling off historic bridges in hopes of avoiding demolition.
Investigators found a light, petroleum-like sheen on the Monongahela River this morning.
A giant scrap deer, known as the "gatekeeper," is part of the legacy of the Carrie Furnaces and is a 40-foot monument to the mill's demise.
Part of the problem is that some people don't know their trees are dying.