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Michael J. Free, former owner of Electra Lighting and Electric, hid the assets by filling out false documents in a 2010 bankruptcy filing.
Westmoreland County will plug budget deficit with $5 million to $6 million from reserves; taxes to remain unchanged.
Volunteers brave chilly weather to present a live tableau of the birth of Christ in Greensburg’s Courthouse Square.
The next filings in the case, which will be responses by Richard Mellon Scaife’s son and daughter, are due Jan. 16.
Prosecutors said Michael J. Free, 62, former owner of Electra Lighting and Electric, hid assets by filling out false documents.
The North Huntingdon commissioners voted tonight to adopt a $15,614,867 budget for 2015 with no township tax increase.
A Greensburg man who argued his first-degree murder conviction for strangling his wife should be overturned because she attacked him with a
David Stahl, 44, argued first-degree murder isn’t correct in his case since Rebecca Stahl came at him with a knife before he strangled her.
Deputy coroner Sean Hribal said it appears Mark McDade, 45, shot and killed his wife, Leanne McDade, 42, before shooting himself.
A retreat offers three days of serenity and not a burger in sight.
The company went out of business after the state sued him for accepting money from customers without delivering ordered lighting fixtures.
Westmoreland County dispatch said the fire was reported just after 9:30 p.m. on Arthur Avenue.
The 103-acre site in Westmoreland County has been rezoned for commercial use and local officials hope a new owner will provide new jobs.
The scheme was uncovered in July 2010 when Debra Feather couldn't make it to work to write payroll checks.
There is extensive damage to the kitchen and the dining room also has smoke and water damage.
Westmoreland Museum of American Art and Brandywine River Museum begin dividing more than 500 works of art left by Richard Mellon Scaife.
Mary Shawley, 88, was involved in a car crash in the 700 block of East Main Street in West Newton Nov. 24.
Timothy Kelly, 40, faces at least 10 years in prison.
Police said Joshua B. Jesse, 41, fired once at four officers after the 30-mile pursuit ended on Stefaniak Drive in Bell on Sept 17.
The pick-up truck involved in Thursday’s crash is described as a black Dodge QuadCab, state police said.
Fire officials said a 1,500-pound steel beam fell on a worker in his late 40s or early 50s at Moore & Morford Inc.