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The crash occurred around 9:15 a.m. on Route 51, south of the Route 201 intersection in Franklin, officials said.
If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.
A psychiatrist told the judge the suspect, Edward McDonald, was "unusually happy and cheerful" days after the blaze.
The victim, Justin Hay, 42, lived in the home on Woodland Drive where police were summoned Monday night in response to a shooting.
Mifflin Township Historical Society has a new home, a jump in membership and a regular schedule of meetings planned for 2015.
The nonprofit helps breast cancer patients with education and peer support and with therapy through the sport of fly fishing.
The former assistant business manager is said to owe the district $5,174 in tuition reimbursements.
The township will form a working group to gather information and make recommendations to council on the drilling of gas wells.
Mt. Lebanon hires Wildlife Specialists of Wellsboro, Pa., for trap-and-euthanize deer cull effort.
Dance Workshop by Shari in Whitehall raises money for nonprofits through its foundation, Dancing for a Difference.
Middle-schoolers pay to duct tape administrators to a wall as part of a fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Work on the 39-year-old school is to begin this summer and will include a new gymnasium, fitness center and large group instruction room.
The board will not raise the tax rate beyond its 1.9 percent Act 1 Index for the 2015-16 school year.
The organizations that groups form today differ from a century ago but still meet immigrants’ needs as they adjust to a new culture.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
South Fayette continues to look for a developer for Star City property to take the burden off township taxpayers.
Consumer Reports also urges subscribers to read fine print on magazine subscription offers.
Pleasant Hills police said they believe the incident stemmed from a family dispute.
The three-dimensional laser scanners can be used to plan for emergency operations and the reconstruction of crime and accident scenes.
More than $26,000 in stolen funds from the Baldwin Borough Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Association led to criminal charges last year,
Nolan Burch, a freshman, died in November after an initiation event at the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Two officials were sentenced for misusing $26,000 from the Baldwin’s Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Association, but more money is missing.
John R. Miller of South Park ordered to home confinement for one year and to pay a $45,000 fine.
Burrell Brown, on the Cal U faculty since 1989, was found dead late Sunday.
Brian White will remain superintendent of the district as the board approved a five-year contract for him at a salary of $156,831 per year.
Joey, who had a brain tumor, was sworn in as an officer in June and got to spend a day with the Bethel Park police. He died Wednesday.
Sister Daniela Bronka, principal of St. Bernard School, shows her students that nuns don’t have to be old or intimidating.
Roman Jones faces charges of criminal homicide and other crimes in the slaying Tuesday of William “Billy” Doyle, 24, at Crawford Village.
Police said Daniel Lloyd, 56, was involved in an accident on Eighth Avenue on Friday evening in Munhall.
Council members voted to form a group to study whether drilling should be allowed -- or banned -- in the Washington County municipality.
Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.
Pittsburgh police and fire units responded to the accident on the 400 block of St. Joseph Street. There were no reported injuries.
Edward McDonald has been charged with more than 10 counts of arson and risking a catastrophe, according to court records.
James Karr is charged with homicide and arson in the death of his wife, Maureen, who had sought a protection from abuse order against him.
Joey Fabus, who had an inoperable brain tumor, got to live his dream this summer by spending a day with the Bethel Park Police Department.
The new contract slows down teacher pay increases for teachers moving through the salary schedule and freezes the top pay for three years.
Philip Little recently presented Operation Safe Surf, a presentation for parents and children about cyberspace dangers, in Shaler.
The accidents happened in Baldwin Borough and Uniontown.
Jonathan "BJ" Coles, 20, and Roman Jones, 23, face charges of homicide, attempted homicide and other crimes related to a Tuesday shooting.
The accidents happened in Baldwin Borough and Uniontown.
Bill McAllister, 90, never talked much to his family about World War II, but the French government considers him a hero.
Gas well drilling companies can’t be counted on to follow ordinance changes proposed in Peters, they say.
Women of Southwestern Pa. offers grants to nonprofits that aid women and children, donating $56,000 to 36 local groups last year.
$13,500 will enable students from four high schools to develop a problem-solving product ahead of the Water Design Challenge in March.
The South Fayette Foundation for Excellence raises money to enhance the school district curriculum beyond what the basic budget provides.
Hannah Bumgarner and Emma Buerger, members of the Mt. Lebanon High School swim team, organized a swim-a-thon in the fall.
Six gifted juniors from the high school are competing in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge.
Jenn Watenpool, who teaches in the Keystone Oaks School District, has been inducted into the “Fuel Up to Play 60” Hall of Fame.
Anita Gutschick, 66, will perform her show, “Women of the Bible,” on March 7 at Nativity Church in South Park.
The school district has taken steps to improve science, technology, engineering and math training in curriculum across the board.