Officials say several students suffered severe injuries, but none are believed to be life-threatening.
The township hired staff for the pool and other summer programs but did not approve installing playground equipment at a Hope Street site.
New vaccine rule for 12th-graders will go into effect Aug. 1. Second dose of meningococcal vaccine is required to prevent infections.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
A 23-year-old man was shot in the leg outside the Pleasant Ridge Apartments around 12:35 p.m.
His time of 5:44:42 is more than two minutes faster than his mark last year.
One person is in custody after shooting a co-worker in the leg at the facility. The victim’s injury is not considered life-threatening.
Jamir Brown admitted to killing Desmond Nowlin two years ago during a drive-by shooting outside a Jones Avenue market.
Multiple sclerosis and temporary blindness hasn’t stop John Platt from running marathons.
Marrying medicine to Netflix’s fixed-price business model is a way to provide unlimited access to basic medical care for a flat rate.
A group of volunteers is working to create a field and playground where children with special needs could play.
The Commonwealth Court affirmed that James Selelyo can’t run for the district judge seat long held by Mary Ann Cercone.
Findlay Township approves medical marijuana growing, processing facility conditional use application
Supervisors Wednesday unanimously approved the conditional use application submitted by Pennsylvania based Sweetwater Pharmacognosy LLC, to
Brett Malky, president of Newbury, championed the hospital and a Top Golf entertainment facility at the commissioners’ workshop meeting.
Police were called to a report of a shooting at a home on Fourth Avenue in Conway around 2 p.m.
Members of Temple Hadar Israel decided that before they closed their doors for good, they were going to open them wide.
Police said Debra Lee “Peaches” Taylor, 39, of Carnegie sold the heroin that led to the death of 28-year-old Shannon Fashian.
Pittsburgh police on Friday charged Officer Christopher Rossetti, 24, with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School founder Nick Trombetta, who pleaded guilty to tax conspiracy, tried to shield records prior to sentencing.
Police were called out at 8:54 a.m. to the crash at McKees Rocks Road near Summit Street, according to authorities.
Sweetwater Pharmacognosy LLC hopes to build a 32,000-square-foot greenhouse facility in Westport Woods.
James Selelyo was running on his humble roots in Stowe, but his palatial home in Robinson got him ousted from the race.
Residents in the Pennsylvania American Water Co. service area may be ineligible for free water testing, filters and line replacement
The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office said Charles Smith, 33, was apprehended without incident in Crafton.
A roof leak prompted the warning at the Carnegie fast food restaurant.
Beaver County coroner said Tremayne Foster was killed in the Saturday night shooting on Griffith Street.
The incident occurred about 9 p.m. in the 700 block of Griffith Street.
Scott officials voted on major projects throughout the township.
Rotary is attracting new members with e-clubs, which meet electronically rather than at traditional breakfast, lunch or dinner meetings.
An Air Force jazz band, a local jazz ensemble and a student art display will be part of the open house on Sunday.
New lunchtime program introduces youngsters to different foods, emphasizes nutrition and table manners.
District Judge Mark A. Wilson of Monongahela was charged Thursday by the state Judicial Conduct Board.
Lauren O’Connor is charged with conspiracy in the August shooting death of Ryan Ramirez. She was accidentally shot earlier this month.
Officials of the private campus of nearly 1,800 students say they expect about 150 participants.
Imogen Nowak got the surprise of a lifetime when her father came her earlier than expected from deployment.
The incident took place Saturday evening in the Macy’s store at the Mall at Robinson.