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One person was taken to St. Clair Hospital nearby the accident scene, according to an Allegheny County dispatch supervisor.
Among the charges Laurence Sigecan, 47, faces are obstructing the administration of justice and tampering with evidence.
Billy Day was given six years of probation and ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluations, as well as a mental health evaluation.
Perhaps no practice in history has been as misunderstood and maligned as witchcraft.
Pennsylvania American Water will replace a 36-inch water main that ruptured three times this week on Boyce.
Influences on Halloween dress-up this year include the films “Frozen” and “Maleficient” and the Ebola outbreak.
The commission has proposed amending the budget to spend $68,000 on deer management.
A land bank can acquire properties, renovate them and get them back on the tax rolls.
One would make wording in the home rule charter gender neutral. The other would allow public notices to appear in ways other than legal ads.
Craig Campbell has 26 years of police service under his belt.
Nikola Ranick is on the commission for the first semester, Haley Silverman for the second.
Isoplex will serve as a museum for the history of development on land surrounding former Western Center hospital.
The school board gets an update on early implementation of a $1.3 million plan to equip every school with laptop computers for student use.
Maria Baseggio’s topic is “The Future is Now.”
Actress Frances McDormand and NASCAR team owner Chip Ganassi, both Monessen natives, are among the invited guests.
The McKeesport Little Tigers, a nonprofit, is asking the McKeesport Area School District to lower the fee it pays to play at the district
High school club plans to hang flags horizontally to honor veterans, even though the code calls for them to be hung vertically.
Kristy Heslet, who has children in the district, was upset about a decision to not allow food treats at this year’s Halloween party.
Police said one of the two arrested was wearing a “Stop the Violence” T-shirt during the attack.
A Web ad uses wedding gowns as candidates in the upcoming elections.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
News and other happenings throughout the east communities.
An alternating one-way pattern will be in effect at the Route 88 intersection with Rockwood Avenue and McCully Road.
Customers can bring containers to a water buffalo at Boyce Plaza in Upper St. Clair, or to the 7-Eleven store on Boyce in South Fayette.
The Phoenix band will be performing songs from their latest album, “Western Expansion.”
Rostraver police said the fire caused more than $2 million in damage.
Madeline Panarello was charged with hitting and seriously injuring another woman with her car and leaving the scene.
Randall Hufnagel, of Eighty Four, did not return home after he went out for a deer hunting trip Monday evening, the coroner’s office said.
The $33.5 million project to rehab the bridge over the Mon, connecting Dravosburg with McKeesport and Glassport, took nearly two years.
Four schools in the Chartiers Valley District presented achievement data from the 2013-14 school year.
The fire, on Peters Creek Road and Waterman Road East, was reported at 5:08 p.m., dispatchers said.
Edwin A. Patten, 61, was found dead inside his home on Fairview Avenue, the county coroner's office said.
Shaun Conroy, 25, was charged with burglary and conspiracy after police said he and another man decided to break into a garage in 2013.
Mt. Lebanon residents rally against installation of artificial turf field citing health, costs.
Pennsylvania American Water Co. said Boyce will be closed between Mayview Road and Washington Pike for the rest of the day.
Bob Cranmer’s new book describes evil forces that inhabited his Brownsville Road home. Some former occupants beg to differ.
Long-awaited visitor’s center in Ohiopyle finally opens amid the brilliance of the fall foliage along the Youghigheny River.
Authorities said the woman, 42, was taken to UPMC Mercy with serious injuries.
Allegheny County police said Brooke Coleman, 28, is accused of killing Laron Howard, 35, after an argument in their South Fifth Street home.
Murals, an important decorative element of movie theaters in the early part of the last century, are still included in new venues.
The closures will begin at 8 p.m. and continue until 6 a.m. daily through the morning of Nov. 4.
The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh will offer handcrafted jewelry and art from more than 200 local artists.
The new center will be showcase the talents and creations of artists from Greater Pittsburgh.
It will bring together representatives from seven service organizations.
The church opened in 1889, while the school opened five years later.
Five local school districts use SMALLab — McKeesport Area, Elizabeth Forward, West Allegheny, Seneca Valley and Pittsburgh Public Schools.
The Practical Assessment Exploration System lab is looking for local business owners to provide educational opportunities for students.
Democrat Jessie White used social media sites anonymously to impersonate political enemies. His opponent is Jason Ortitay of South Fayette.
Montel Staples, who was athletic director at the former Duquesne High School, was sentenced Wednesday.
A North Strabane supervisor challenges the Democratic incumbent for the seat.