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Montel Staples admitted to prosecutors two years ago he distributed 22 pounds of cocaine.
Firefighters responded at 5:23 p.m. to the one-alarm blaze in the 400 block of Noblestown Road.
U.S. marshals helped police and the Brook County, W.Va., sheriff’s office track down 64-year-old David David in Hanover on Tuesday.
Andrew Boltzhauser of West Mifflin, who works for Century III Home Equity, was charged with submitting false documents for mortgages.
The arrests were mostly for public drunkenness or underage drinking; two were charged with assault on an officer.
An existing cellular antenna array on the Keystone Oaks School District campus is set for an upgrade.
Investigators are concentrating efforts on the first-floor living room to determine the deadly blaze's cause and exact point of origin.
The site on McFarland Road will be known as The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, and will allow for the relocation of Koolkat Designs.
About 250 gathered for a vigil for Hope Egenlauf, her four children and their grandfather; the cause of the fire is under investigation.
Alternating one-way traffic will be in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. between Mendelsohn and St. Clair avenues.
The couple then traveled to the Outer Banks and bought a beach house in Buxton for $243,000, which the U.S. has seized.
William Davis filed the civil rights complaint in U.S. District Court against District Attorney Stephen Zappala and one of his detectives.
The mall’s renovation is an obvious example of the intense pre-season efforts going on at retail operations around the country.
In a letter sent to parents, school officials said police arrived and found that the student who made the threat did not have a weapon.
Sahil Doshi’s eco-friendly battery design project converts carbon dioxide into electricity.
Southwestern acquires 413,000 acres in West Virginia and Pennsylvania from Chesapeake Energy.
These visitors spread cheer just by being there.
New plans would entail closing Millers Run Road and installing cul-de-sacs positioned to the east and west of the Route 50 interchange.
The detour uses Piney Fork Road, Brownsville Road Extension and Hill Road.
The area listed on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places includes 4,200 properties on two square miles.
The famous line that serves as partial border of four states did not divide a country, rather it united it, says a local historian.
The opinion is an auditor’s judgment that financial records are appropriately presented and follow accepted accounting principles.
State Rep. Marc Gergely, who was linked to a gambling case but hasn’t been charged, faces Republican Ken Peoples in the Nov. 4 election.
More than 60 vendors are expected at the Oct. 26 fundraiser for the Castle Shannon Volunteer Fire Department.
The architects working to update the school complex have chosen several samples of facilities that mirror what they’d like to do here.
“Giving Wisely to Charities” is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday.
It is sponsoring a free class for parents and students Oct. 30.
The 2014 budget includes $5,000 for deer management education and $6,000 for a deer survey, which was undertaken in the winter.
The bell will continue to ring at 7:20 a.m. at the high school after the board voted not to push start times later.
A Port Authority Red Line rail vehicle struck a car, sending the car's three passengers - two adults and a child - to St. Clair Hospital.
Jeanine Leech’s opportunity to write the book came after Amherst Media saw her nature photos in an online book she self-published.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
There’s no tap-dancing around it — a humanoid creature must have done this damage.
A number of organizations certify therapy dogs.
Carl Charnesky returned home in 1969 after spending nearly a year in Vietnam and earning several commendations, including a Purple Heart.
Ashley Grayson is accused of stealing jewelry, autographed sports memorabilia, a TV and a crossbow from her neighbor's home, officials said.
Donald Rosie previously pleaded no contest to criminal charges that he had sex with the student in 2006.
The source of contaminants in a Washington County man’s water is at the center of a dispute before the State Environmental Hearing Board.
Collier has arranged for 42 University of Pittsburgh students to work with township employees and volunteers Saturday.
Mark Breakiron, 53, of Hopwood, was convicted in Fayette County and sentenced to death in the slaying of waitress Saundra Martin, 24.
The eagles — which were the talk of the town this spring — have been using the sandbar to teach their young how to hunt and fish for food.
The thieves took $1,600 worth of vehicle batteries.
The arrest occurred at 1 p.m. after the duo purchased the drug in Uniontown, police reported
Work on the Port Authority's Panhandle Bridge will disrupt service until 9 a.m. on Saturday. Riders should expect longer travel times.
Frank P. O'Leary, 59, of Prosperity, is charged with attempted homicide and aggravated assault charges for pinning a man against a truck.
The lane closure is possible from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Nov. 14 between Fairhaven Road and Route 88.
Investigators accused Daniel J. Clements, 46, of submitting a $3,500 invoice for mixed martial arts training that never occurred.
The 28-year-old victim suffered broken femurs and head injuries and was treated and released from UPMC-Mercy.
The family-friend event by the Mt. Lebanon Arts Initiative will run from Thursday through Sunday.
Every student at new Catholic high school in Emsworth gets on-the-job work experience at local companies or nonprofits.