The date was assigned at a pre-trial conference before Westmoreland County Common Pleas Judge Christopher Feliciani.
Board President Robert Perkins said school directors don’t intend to cut programs, but they don’t have the answer to the financial problem.
State police say an unknown substance was poured into a tank that supplies Pineview Manor Park in Hempfield.
Borough council voted against allowing tournament games at the field, where neighbors have complained about parking and garbage.
A piece of Pittsburgh’s restaurant history will soon join a piece of theater history in Westmoreland County.
Murrsyville recently completed a fiscal health checkup and came through with a clean bill of financial health.
The 450-acre tract in Elizabeth Township, Liberty and Lincoln, is the largest privately protected conservation area in Allegheny County.
ExOne’s stock closed on Thursday at 10.18 per share, an increase of 7 cents.
The incident occurred about 1:30 p.m. on Route 819 just south of Forbes Road.
Chris Diiorio, ran a doggie cleanup service, gets two years probation for using fake IDs.
From fairs to air shows, concerts to museums, southwestern Pennsylvania offers myriad ways to enjoy leisure time.
The crash occurred about 10 p.m. in the 400 block of North 4th Street in Youngwood.
A convicted sex offender has been jailed on charges he twice tried to lure an 11-year-old girl to his home from a nearby school bus stop.
Police said a juvenile student was waiting at a bus stop when another juvenile drove up and an argument ensued.
Kaitlin Mausser’s dance classes at #NextLevel Studios, a summer program in Bellevue, attract students of all levels and ages.
The daughter and son of Richard Scaife, the late billionaire, want to hit three trustees with punitive damages, rare in Pa. trust cases.
An emergency official said “extenuating circumstances” may have prevented the child from reacting to the pain of being placed in hot water.
Under the ruling, the daughter and son of the late Richard Mellon Scaife would receive detailed records of his newspapers.
The families still don’t have sufficient, permanent water supplies, said a community advocate for the Mountain Watershed Association.
Robert Franzino will serve 6 ½ years followed by probation and will have to register as a sex offender.
A driver was killed when he crossed over the center line on Route 380 in Bell, state police said.
Allen Trent was ordered held for court in the slaying of Frances Smith, 61, at the couple’s Hempfield home on Feb. 12.
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
Authorities say Adam J. Skokut Jr. of South Huntingdon was installing a sewer pipe when water entered the trench and prevented his escape.
There will be some changing traffic patterns as new ramps are opened and old ones closed as part of a larger $53 million project.
Loren Steele, 21, of Westmoreland City, was fatally injured after crashing on Route 933 in North Huntingdon.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation said it was told that the district will relocate the 6-foot-high monolith within 30 days.
Clair Fink III of Ligonier had been convicted of third-degree murder for a wrong-way crash that killed Lt. Eric Eslary in 2015.
An 8-year-old girl said a man attempted to lure the little girl into a van at a school bus stop in Loyalhanna.