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Track repairs in Beechview will cause detours in both directions on the Red Line on Saturday and Sunday, the Port Authority announced.
An Allegheny County dispatch supervisor said two people were taken to hospitals after the incident in the 2100 block of Greentree Road.
The Internet has created an easy way to take a break at work — without leaving your desk.
Steel Valley school board on Thursday night voted to add seven full- or half-time teaching positions to the district’s roster.
■ Thirty to 40 percent of Internet use at work is nonwork-related, according to an International Data Corp. survey. Roughly 60 percent of
A fallout began earlier this year over food bank bylaws, operations and a logo.
Party-goers in Mt. Lebanon Saturday will try to beat the record for most people wearing balloon hats -- 4,017.
Residents have been contacting the municipality with concerns about chickens and bees on neighboring properties.
Group provides opportunity to tell the public about the sacrifices made by military personnel.
Jason Hinkledire has been certified by the Guinness World Records as the quiz master for the longest marathon of trivia.
Here is a look at new budgets for school districts in the South Hills. Those districts that had to hike real estate taxes mostly attributed
Madonna Catholic Regional School has a designated bench on its playground that students can use when they feel lonely, bored, shy or sad.
Rick DiClemente and fellow astrologer Liza Jane Brown will speak at Avani Institute in Peters.
The Wine, Jazz & Pops Festival will be held this weekend, featuring 11 wineries along with eight jazz and pops ensembles.
Donald Baumgarten, who has been mayor of Castle Shannon for 13 years, has received the 2014 Pennsylvania Mayor of the Year award.
Happenings throughout the south communities.
Various programs and activities are planned in the north suburbs.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane says 12 DRAM manufacturers have agreed to pay $310 million to settle a price-fixing lawsuit.
The two-alarm fire was reported at 8:30 p.m. at the Neopolitan Suites apartment complex on Curry Hollow Road.
Steven Lynch, 59, was indicted Tuesday on 10 counts of failure to pay and one count of obstructing the Internal Revenue Code.
Rain Day, the annual celebration of one man’s meteorological profiteering, brought the citizens of Waynesburg out in full force Tuesday.
Eric Taylor, 15, has been charged as an adult.
Daniel Carr, 56, owned the Viking Lounge, and a search as part of Operation Pork Chop resulted in the seizure of the devices.
Another Kennywood coaster, the Thunderbolt, receives landmark status with designation by American Coaster Enthusiasts organization.
Clean Pittsburgh Commission brings its member organizations to a yearlong, multifaceted beautification project in Hazelwood.
A McKeesport home invasion early Sunday morning resulted in two people being shot.
State police said the shooting appears to have stemmed from a domestic dispute.
The reason: Legislators included only a modest increase to the fund that since 1973 has provided partial reimbursements to districts.
She takes over for John Dempster, who will be moving to a new administrative role at Jefferson.
Independent Fire Co. No.1 will meet with borough officials to discuss the company’s finances.
The trees are within a right of way owned by electric utility FirstEnergy Corp., which has resisted efforts to compromise on the cutting.
The school board voted 7-1 to enter into an agreement with the municipality to maintain Wildcat and Middle fields in Main Park.
Ronald Kitsko was selected Monday out of 64 qualified applicants to replace Marybeth D. Irvin as a principal in the Mt. Lebanon School
Lea‘s Floral Shop partners with Teleflora to distribute bouquets to care centers for “Make Someone Smile Week.”
“Chairpocalypse: Never Say Never Say Never” follows the misadventures of teens who decide to probe incidents caused by a killer chair.
A series of heavy downpours had overloaded some sewers and caused flooding.
IKM Inc. will charge the district 5 percent of the cost for new construction projects and 5.5 percent for renovations.
Subjects would rather take an electric jolt than sit quietly without their toys.
Sister Nancy has dedicated her life to attending to the needs of others and has no plans to retire.
The victim fell off the vehicle and hit her head on the road sometime between 1:47 a.m. and 2:05 a.m. Monday, state police said.
State Police spokesman Lt. Michael Baylous says Samuel L. Spencer, 25, and Natasha L. Burns, 26, were arrested Monday in Waynesburg.
A dispatch supervisor said the fire on Baptist Road was reported around 11:15 a.m. and Bethel Park firefighters had it out in 20 minutes.
Wayne E. Krause was flown by helicopter to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown, where he was pronounced dead just after 11 p.m.
Two projects will resurface more than eight miles of Interstate 79 starting this week.
West Mifflin contends the state pays it more than $4,000 per student less for educating students from Duquesne than for its own students.
School directors in Mt. Lebanon unanimously approved nearly $225,000 in change orders for the ongoing high school renovation project.
Filming of the boxing movie "Southpaw" may cause detours today along Brownsville Road in Carrick and Brentwood.
The Boston Bridge carries Route 48 over the Youghiogheny River in Versailles and Elizabeth Township.
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.
Allegheny County detectives are investigating.