Allen Carter spent more than a year in Rankin Promise, an alternative education program in which students spend an average of 230 days.
An assortment of overnight closures and lane restrictions is planned on the Parkway West this week.
The incident occurred at 10:10 p.m. near Kennywood Boulevard (Route 837).
Cross-country protesters stopped Thursday in Pleasant Hills to urge a food company to change its animal welfare policies.
The shooting occurred shortly after 4 p.m. at the corner of Hays Street and West Fifteenth Avenue.
Fireworks displays on July 4 dwindle as the industry shifts to offering pyrotechnics throughout the year.
Board members questioned why worker rates varied for different sport events, and the tabled action on 3 percent raises for some employees.
Former administrator Phil Martell is now being accused of “double dipping,” or billing two organizations for the same trip expenses.
Built in 1968, the venerable Scott pool shuts down Aug. 16 to be completely rebuilt.
The crash occurred in the 100 block of West Pike Street in Houston about 4:30 a.m.
Police said they attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Christopher M. Griedel, 29, of Clarksville, around 3 a.m. near Southwest Regional
Renovation designs, including work to be done on the interior and exterior of the Bladerunners Ice Complex are complete.
These summer institutes are subject-specific and provide teachers with the support and training needed to teach AP courses.
Topics range from the basics of drafting and design to lighting and sound effects.
The Scott parish was founded in 1955 and has blossomed from 208 to 1,400 families.
Laura Hartman helped get the township a library and now, she has helped it get a new swimming pool.
Last year, the event raised $32,000 for the Public Library. This year a garden party will be held including hors d'oeuvres, sweets and live
Two classes –– Midsummer Night’s (Berry) Jam and Ferment This (From Kimchi to Kraut) –– were designed to take advantage of summer’s bounty.
Students read a book and play a corresponding game at the district’s summer family literacy program. Parents are also encouraged to attend.
The average homeowner is expected to pay an additional $25 in property taxes under the new budget.
Through Project SEED, economically disadvantaged high school students get to take part in actual scientific research.
Community events and news taking place throughout the South communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the South communities.
John Kelly, 55, was moving through a set of airlock doors when the doors and their frames fell and crushed him Sunday.
A contractor dropped the 107-year-old structure into the Monongahela River with explosives this morning.
No charges have been filed in the incident at Uniontown Hospital.
For the second time this year, McKeesport has a new fire chief. Jeff Tomovcsik was approved as chief at Wednesday’s meeting.
Nicholas Lancos, 32, who formerly worked at Kennywood Park, faces 15 child pornography counts filed by the state attorney general’s office.
James H. Taylor, 72, of Buena Vista, seeks a jury trial and unspecified monetary damages in the death of Carol Taylor.
David Duane Will Jr., a former teacher at John Marshall High School south of Wheeling, entered the plea in U.S. District Court in Wheeling.
The office also said it and Det. Lyle Graber are immune to claims of malicious prosecution for duties they carried out in official capacity.
Work is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Church Hill Road and Berryman Avenue.
The wave pool is open now and will close at its regular time, 7:30 p.m.
The board Monday night unanimously approved a final budget of $59.4 million with a sizable property tax increase and two employee furloughs.
The Greene County Coroner said John W. Kelly, 55, of Albright, W.Va., died at Southwest Regional Medical Center in Waynesburg at 1:43 a.m.
The Allegheny SWAT team responded to an incident involving a woman who reportedly has barricaded herself inside a home.
Four people, three women and one man, are being sought in connection with a home invasion in Carrick early this morning.
“Our strategy is to live with them. Do things differently so we can coexist,” said Tom Hardisky with the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
A nonprofit called KaBoom honored McKeesport, Bellevue, and Pittsburgh for providing ample opportunities for children to play.
A 700-seat gymnasium? This is just one feature of renovations to South Park Middle School, which begin this summer and end December 2016.
Washington Elementary is getting new heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment, light fixtures, carpeting and other improvements.
In his new post, Patrick Harrigan plans to connect South Park residents with their school district.
The Baldwin-Whiltehall School District is raising the mileage rate and looking for ways to save money, including cutting jobs.
Thanks to a new grant, patrons of all abilities will be better able to access libraries in Brentwood, Dormont, Oakmont, and South Park.
South Fayette police Chief John Phoennik commended members for their heroic efforts in responding to a fire at the Valleyfield apartments.
The Steel Valley school board discussed improving access to restrooms and refinancing bond issues at a workshop meeting Monday.
Board games, toy soldiers, and face-to-face online gaming are just a few of the offerings at Drawbridge Games in Castle Shannon.
Bids to demolish the township’s 50-year-old pool and build a new one will open next week with a vote coming in July.
As of a town council meeting Monday, Peters township now has an official library department.
Shopping for a new vehicle leaves columnist flat.