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State police say the single-vehicle crash occurred shortly before 11 a.m. in Center.
Happenings in the West suburban area.
An aging 12-inch water main ruptured about 5:30 a.m. on Poplar Street, creating icy conditions in some spots.
South Fayette commissioners tonight approved a $9 million general budget for 2014 that holds the property tax rate at 3.48 mills.
Curt Baker is faced with the task of ushering his students to join the ranks of Pennsylvania's educational creme de la creme.
Fewer tax collectors bring in more wage tax, but is it enough to lower tax rates?
When police need help in solving a recent theft or alerting residents to a potentially dangerous situation, they sometimes turn to Facebook.
The real estate tax rate in Carnegie could be rising for 2014, but Council members will not make the final determination until Dec. 26.
In addition to becoming Moon Area’s superintendent, Curt Baker will also be founder and coach for the district’s new sport Tigers Rugby.
Officials have rejected a request to mine coal at the site of the former Mayview State Hospital, and the issue is expected to go to court.
The efforts of 40 volunteers have paid off, with thousands of people coming to see the 24th Beaver County Festival of Trees.
Council voted 5-0 last Thursday to adopt a $790,900 budget for 2014 that holds the property tax rate at 2.99 mills.
Pennsylvania provides grants totaling more than $500,000 to improve and extend both ends of the Montour Trail.
Oakdale council members have voted to display the motto “In God We Trust” in the borough’s community center, 104 Seminary Ave.
PA Hunters Sharing the Harvest brings hunters, butchers, and community food banks together to supply fresh, natural meat to needy families.
Real estate taxes in Green Tree will remain at 3.61 mills for 2014 under a $7.7 million budget approved unanimously Monday by borough
School boards throughout Pennsylvania reorganized as new members elected in the Nov. 5 general election took oaths of office.
Municipal news briefs from the West suburban area.
News briefs from the West suburban area.
Jon A. Lang pleaded no contest to a count of voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced in the death of his wife two decades ago.
Gloria Mazzocco, 61, was found guilty of two counts of illegal transfer of a firearm in a non-jury
The zoning hearing board tonight denied a request to mine about 330,000 tons of coal from the site of the former Mayview State Hospital.
The student, identified in the complaint only as J.P., was part of the school's gifted program and had Asperger's syndrome.
Jon Lang is charged with using a pool skimmer to hold his wife under water.
The man allegedly took the child after an argument outside a pizzeria in Brentwood.
Ambridge Police Department is investigating an incident in which three people were shot at Colonial Grill on Merchant Street in Ambridge.
Prosecutors argue all three defendants are guilty in the case, even though only one actually fired the shot that killed Jordan Coyner.
Oakdale council members voted 5-0 tonight to adopt a $790,900 budget for next year that holds the property tax rate at 2.99 mills.
Shell is down to two major capital projects under evaluation -- the ethane cracker near Monaca and liquefied natural gas projects.
Police were still on scene about an hour later, and traffic was restricted to one lane in both directions.
"Puppies are not stocking stuffers," say public service announcements from the American Kennel Club. "A dog is for life, not for Christmas.
Happenings in the West suburban area.
Supervisors voted to approve revisions to a plan for a public works facility on North Branch Road that is expected to save up to $700,000.
Paul Linko Jr. and Maureen Linko set up a traveling exhibit as a fundraiser for various charities.
Cornell School District will continue to send football players, cheerleaders and marching band members for Quaker Valley football games.
Robert Schuler, Kay Downey-Clarke and Timothy Young are retiring from the board after serving a combined 18 years.
Scott's proposed 2014 budget will be balanced with a $2.04 million fund carryover.
Jeff Kowal found inspiration for his carvings in the work of his grandfather, who transformed Beaver County logs into beautiful statues.
Traffic was backed well beyond Interstate 79 on the parkway, and on northbound I-79 approaching the parkway.
The trial of three men accused of killing a Slippery Rock student at his parents’ home last year ended Tuesday, shortly after it started.
Donald J. DeBlasio of Collier will serve two years of house arrest in addition to five years of probation.
H. Snyder Steel Corp., at 100 Montour Road, reported that a man with a large handgun went into the business shortly after 11:30 a.m.
Inspection of the Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge will restrict traffic starting this morning, PennDOT announced.
The tenant of a McKees Rocks house that burned down Thursday had claimed he had a law enforcement background.
The guard’s union is filing a grievance in the firing of 53-year-old guard Dan Fleishman. No criminal charges have been fired.
The property on Boquet Street was the subject of an ejectment lawsuit filed by landlord Steven Smith against tenant Thomas Scott in October.
The Midland school's previous CEO, Rebecca Manning, resigned in September. Principal P.K. Poling has been acting CEO.
Thanksgiving is Thursday, and Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, begins at sunset tonight and ends the evening of Dec. 5.
Both libraries expect to save money with the one-year contract.
Thanksgiving is a time for blessings, but that can be difficult for those who struggle to feed themselves and their families.