The meeting was attended by about 100 residents, many of whom voiced concerns about setback requirements.
Trib attorney Robert Byer said the documents sought were not only confidential, but also irrelevant to the estate fight.
Allegheny County police arrest Andrew Demeri, 24, at work, but say none of the crimes occurred “in the course of his duties.”
The accident happened at 6:31 a.m. at the intersection of Route 66 and Greensburg Road in Washington Township
Bishop David Zubik says church is complying; other Pennsylvania dioceses also subpoenaed.
The 67-year-old driver who has told investigators the car malfunctioned.
William Maillis graduated from Penn-Trafford High School in May and is attending Community College of Allegheny County.
The fire started in the restaurant’s kitchen, according to an emergency dispatcher.
Authorities said the male officer was struck by a vehicle on Sherman Avenue at 8:51 a.m.
Richard Mellon Scaife’s children have argued in court that trustees improperly allowed a trust fund to be drained.
One of the more unusual fundraising activities is called “Sing for Their Supper” in Irwin.
Training on how to use the life-saving allergy treatment often is provided for bus drivers, teachers, coaches and other students.
The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force investigated and found the claim to be a lie, and Michael Cataldo confessed that he made it up.
Police charged Parker Foster, 51, of Greensburg, with two count counts of indecent assault relating to an encounter in May.
Spill at Westmoreland RIDC brings county hazmat team and causes cancellation of classes at community college.
Two other passengers were injured in a rollover crash around 8 a.m. today along Spooky Hollow Road.
Longtime editor Frank Craig and managing editor James Cuddy are leaving as the company continues to reduce its workforce.
There were reports of flooding in the region, including Washington Boulevard, where flood gates and flashing lights failed to work.
A new school year means updated facilities, new leadership and heightened security, including armed guards at some schools.
Officials must decide whether to meet demands to further restrict shale drilling and risk possible legal action by drilling companies.
A lack of funding has forced the district to delay the project, which had been estimated to cost $10.5 million to $11.8 million.
The dog attacked its owner at a residence in the 2200 block of Route 286 in Bell Township around 3 a.m., according to state police.
There was no new information available about the condition of the 3-year-old child or how he fell from the ride.
A Westmoreland County 911 spokeswoman said the boy was conscious while being attended to at the park.
The incident happened at 3:36 a.m. in the 7000 block of Route 819 in the Armburst neighborhood of Hempfield.
Eric L. Sheffler of Unity was walking on Route 819 when a minivan driving north struck him just after midnight.
WTAE-TV and reporter Marcie Cipriani have been sued for ‘defamatory, libelous, slanderous’ comments in a December news report.
Trooper Brian Gross said experts have not been able to determine how Teala Patricia Thompson died.
Ms. Fan died last month as the result of a climbing accident in southwestern British Columbia.
The one-vehicle accident on Route 22 in Murrysville sent two people to the hospital with minor injuries.
Teala Thompson of Homewood, the oldest of 10 children, went missing in 1967 when she was 13.
The Hempfield mansion had housed bishops for more than half a century.
Zachary Wright, was killed shortly after 3 p.m. when he crashed his motorcycle into an SUV in the 4800 block of Old William Penn Highway.
The $700,000 grant will improve Powdermill’s ability to track migratory birds and better analyze Appalachian foliage and fauna.
Over the course of his linguistic career, David Lane learned nearly one language for each decade of his 79 years of life.
Alex Hribal, of Murrysville, was charged with 21 counts each of attempted homicide and aggravated assault stemming from a 2014 knife attack.
Edward Friday, 80, of Rostraver told police he helped his wife cut her throat and is charged with criminal homicide.
Alex Hribal was to have faced trial Aug. 1 in Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court, but the case has been postponed to Oct. 3.
Theresa L. Sager, 19, dies after losing control of her vehicle on Nittany Lane.
Federal regulators are ordering Spectra Energy to perform more tests and repairs along segments of its Texas Eastern pipeline.
Police continue to investigate where Laura Hoover, who died in May on the day she was to graduate from high school, got the drugs.
A driver turned into the path of Daniel S. Baranski, 42, on SR 31 at Buttermore Road.
During his first twelve months on the job Bishop Malesic hosted 11 regional masses throughout several counties.
State police claim Dolores June Heard ignored her diabetic symptoms and knew the risks of driving before she lost control.
Patients denied opioids are turning to heroin — and dying from it — but officials maintain that painkiller use must drop.
The Greensburg man said he was fired after complaining about discriminatory language at an Adamsburg facility.
Plus, It’s a Natural Thang holds natural hair meetup day, Design Fest in Mellon Square Park continues and vote now for the Style Awards.
The accident on Route 981 happened at 3:29 a.m., according to a Westmoreland County emergency dispatcher.
Carnegie Mellon University testers use more technology than Tesla, whose vehicle was involved in the first self-driving fatality.
The teacher was charged by O'Hara police Tuesday with four counts each of indecent exposure and open lewdness, all misdemeanors.