Michael Ruffetto admitted he misused money slated for carbon sequestration.
A jury deliberated less than one hour this afternoon before finding a Clairton teen not guilty of a 2015 homicide.
Romp n’ Roll in Shaler will be closing Nov. 30. The new owners want to turn the facility into a warehouse and showroom.
John Sanders, 21, is accused of killing Isaac Cole, 22, in Clairton.
Mary Cavasina served as assistant chief and physician of the local fire department from 1962 to 1989 and gave members free physicals.
The new policy applies to students, visitors and employees and covers schools, parking lots and stadiums.
The raise is intended to put the district’s pay amount at or above what other districts pay to ensure a sufficient supply of substitutes.
Edward McHugh, 58, of Mt. Lebanon was last reported seen at his dental practice in Brentwood Tuesday afternoon.
A Carrick man was charged this week with 28 new counts of robbery related to crimes in the Pittsburgh area.
Authorities said the incident was reported at 8:12 a.m. at Grant Avenue and Duquesne Boulevard.
John Sanders, 21, is on trial for the shooting death of Isaac Cole, 22 of Glassport.
Police said the man barged into a Bethel Park house, forced the woman and child into a rental truck and drove to West Mifflin.
Incumbent Guy Reschenthaler, a Republican from Jefferson Hills, faces Democrat Ed Eichenlaub of Bethel Park in the 37th Senate District.
Woodland Hills coach said Bethel Park players and fans used racial taunts.
Police and school officials said a man attempted to lure a child Friday morning outside a Mt. Lebanon elementary school.
Outbound Red Line light rail vehicles will be detoured while crews replace broken rail near Palm Garden Station.
Allegheny County police described the suspect as about 5-feet-10 with an athletic build.
The home’s occupants said at least one bullet came within a foot of hitting a 3-month-old, police said. No one was injured.
The superintendent said it will result in better information to share with the public on the potential projects.
A renovation at the new history center in Mt. Lebanon will be underway soon.
Council approved the $4.8 million loan through First Commonwealth Bank at an Oct. 5 meeting.
The money will go toward providing a fund in each school building for students who want to buy breakfast or lunch but have no money.
The district is having a demographics study done to determine how future enrollment will impact school facilities.
Peters Township High School received $30,700 to distribute to 225 students through NMSI, or the National Math and Science Initiative.
The all-volunteer group rehearses weekly throughout the year at Coraopolis United Methodist Church.
The principal said that the student found the weapon inside the men’s bathroom near the front of the building and reported it to a teacher.
Derrick “Snowmann” Means, 22, was charged with homicide and a gun offense in the shooting death of Ronald Carter, 29, of the West End.
The break occurred early Tuesday morning along Cochran Road and crews worked most of the day and through the night to make the repairs.
Classes at the high school were canceled while Pa. American Water crews work to repair the damaged main.
The district hired William J. Englert Jr. to manage the athletics program, and Greg Wagner will serve as his assistant.
Mt. Lebanon singer gets nod for collaboration of the year for her vocal on The Chainsmokers’ song “Don’t Let Me Down.”
Meterfeeder’s app, available in five communities now with eight more pending, allows motorists to pay at parking meters electronically.
The bill’s sponsor says it would be easier to fill the volunteer positions if residents of one county could help out in another county.
Renita Hill, 49, of Baldwin Borough, has argued that the 79-year-old entertainer, his wife, and his former lawyer disparaged her.
Emergency crews were called out at 12:06 a.m. to the 1100 block of Greentree Road near Greenridge Lane.
Charter Homes & Neighborhoods of Lancaster, Pa., will build its latest neighborhood on the former hospital site in South Fayette.
The Fairfield Inn and the shopping development are to be built along Hickory Grade Road and Route 50.
AG Bruce Beemer announced charges against Louis F. Caputo in connection with a video gaming ring headed by Ronald “Porky” Melocchi.
An inspection found roaches, mice and other problems at the pizza shop on East Carson Street
Munhall sister tells how 7-year-old niece tended three younger siblings while parents lay dead for a weekend.
Prosecutors told jurors that James Nassida was driven by greed to orchestrate a scheme that financed his lavish personal lifestyle.
Prosecutors agreed to drop charges of institutional sexual assault in exchange for Joshua Reber’s admission to mistreating female inmates.
Romar Watts also will have to pay $6,000 for the funeral of one of his victims, Stacey Shaw, as part of his sentence in federal court.
Federal trial against James Nassida and his sister Janna is expected to start Wednesday and feature at least eight former employees.
Allegheny County police are looking for Derrick Means in the Monday night shooting death of Ronald Carter, 29.
James Nassida, former president of Century III, was indicted in 2014 on bank fraud and bank and wire fraud conspiracy charges.
Police said foul play is not suspected. Authorities confirmed that drug paraphernalia was found in the home.
The 25-acre park, which is located in Scott but legally operated by Mt. Lebanon, will be the site of a controlled archery hunt.
Federal authorities said James Nassida, former president of Century III Home Equity, was head of an incubator of mortgage fraud.
The new three-year contract is retroactive to July 1, 2015 and ends nearly 17 months of contract negotiations.