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District officials said the outage hit Monday afternoon. Students were able to finish classes, but the electrical problems persisted.
Chartiers Creek Bridge No. 6 has been closed since July during a $1.6 million rehabilitation project.
The fire, which was reported shortly after 5:30 a.m., was in Washington Hall.
Studio C, the brainchild of Cyndi Casteel, is vying for some of the $60 million in state tax credits given annually to qualified facilities.
At least three people were injured in a multi-vehicle accident involving a dump truck on Interstate 376 near Beaver, westbound.
The accident happened on the corner of Filmore Street and Grand Avenue around 5:15 p.m., according to dispatchers.
The restrictions will be in place after 10 p.m. today and end by 6 a.m. Monday.
Cpl. Tyler McCrum served in Afghanistan and helps Robert Downey and his wife, Katherine.
The inbound parkway will close from I-79 to Green Tree from 10 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday, with single-lane traffic outbound.
It will be on two acres at the new community park on Nike Site Road.
Mr. Kauer said he will be still working for Heidelberg into December before he takes on his new role.
Carnegie leads the county in complaints about daytime raccoon sightings, prompting the borough’s police department to warn about possible
Keiarah Wallace, was found at her step-father's house.
Free knitting and crochet classes are only one way Coraopolis woman uses her skills to help others.
Wealthier districts performed better, while poorer districts were on the low end of the ratings.
A daylong forum will provide answers about the deadly epidemic in Africa and an evening concert will raise funds for its victims.
CCAC hosts free skilled trades and services fair
Ghosts of Christmas Past instruct the dispirited of Christmas today at unique Midwest holiday public art display.
The article seemed concerning for the reader because it showcased an idealized outcome, unattainable for the majority of disabled adults.
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A man getting his tire fixed at nearby service station rescued a woman from the home, a witness said.
Shawn Landa, 48, pleaded guilty to more than two dozen charges, including arson and criminal mischief, officials said.
Commonwealth Court ruled that the district had not shown irreparable harm if Propel opened a charter school in its area.
The dogs were discovered in Bradys Run Park.
The social media message will prompt a police presence, a district official said.
Reports for officials indicate he is participating in his rehabilitation.
The two were among 18 accused drug dealers indicted in the summer of 2013 on drug charges.
A memorial bicycle ride will be held Sunday in Beaver County in honor Taylor Lee Banks,who was struck and killed by a vehicle last month.
Police said Dale Rudolchick, 53, of Moon, fell 15 feet from a tree stand.
The ramp will close at 7 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. Friday.
Fifty supporters wore yellow ribbons and pictures of loved ones pinned to their lapels and sweaters Monday afternoon in the courtroom in
Some communities are preparing for another horrendous winter; others say it will be business as usual.
Streets off long and hilly roads like Bower Hill Road have experienced repeated incidents over several decades.
GE’s plans for a Findlay research center mark another step forward in the region’s manufacturing renaissance.
Talotta’s West Main Street Inn was in business 75 years.
Cheryl Napsha is returning to the area from positions around the nation. She begins her job Monday.
The Busting Boundaries Award recognizes teacher’s use of computers to open cultural doors between his students and those in far away places.
Six West Projects in Allegheny and Beaver county communities will get nearly $5.3 million in grants to improve safety and mobility.
J.A. Allard Elementary was listed as best on School Performance Profile results data published by the state Department of Education.
A ribbon cutting will open Chartiers to two-way traffic on Friday.
State grant will be used to add turning lanes and improve signals on the busy road through Moon.
Michael T. Hay, associate professor of chemistry at Penn State Beaver, is the co-author of a review article, “Analytical Methods for
Champions of Change winners
Resident John Kosky asked commissioners to revisit the issue of LERTA exemptions.
The death of a “Car Talk” co-host has her reminiscing about the automotive misadventures of dad.
GE said the region’s universities and skilled workforce were a factor in its decision to locate the center in the Pittsburgh area.