The snake lurking there, a judge said, was the woman’s husband — a convicted child molester — who interacted with the children.
What angered veterans the most was that the neglected memorial was under the noses of those who should have cared the most.
Both described the meeting as an effort to forge a more productive approach to the issues of county government.
Groups in Moon want to have it both ways: Port Authority bus service that picks up passengers rather than running empty on return trips.
Judge Thomas Flaherty will announce his verdict in the homicide by vehicle trial on Monday.
The Mifflin Township Historical Society and Munhall are seeking help for Homestead Cemetery, which could file for bankruptcy by June 30.
Thomas Hildebrandt is the first recipient of the Pittsburgh Zoo’s Conservation Legacy Award.
Former state Sen. Jim Ferlo is collecting money for a plaque for veterans who died in and near the Mideast since 1993.
An attorney representing UPMC improperly advised a witness for the person who filed the lawsuit, Judge R. Stanton Wettick decides.
BikePGH expects 10,000 in Pittsburgh’s streets Sunday from Downtown to Lawrenceville for OpenStreetsPgh, which runs from 8 a.m. to noon.
A man was pinned by a Man Lift against an overpass roof on Kelly Avenue in Wilkinsburg.
Former Pittsburgh police chief Nate Harper was released from federal prison Friday.
A magistrate released Siyuan Zhao on a $25,000 bond on GPS monitoring and ordered that he be sent to Pittsburgh to face trial.
A woman was injured Saturday in a Hazlewood Towers apartment fire.
The grant was announced today to help further support STEAM — science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics — projects.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation has experts inspect the exteriors and grounds of each site annually.
A supervisor for Westmoreland County 911 center said they had received some calls for trees down in Murrysville and Penn Township.
Lisa J. Knecht could serve up to 27 years in state prison.
The driver of the school van, a 37-year-old female from Clymer, died in the collision, which occurred on Rt. 403 at Kenwood Road at 3:43 p.
The Catholic dioceses are challenging a provision requiring that contraceptives are made available to workers at their charitable agencies.
In addition to planning a new high-rise for Northview Heights, the Pittsburgh Housing Authority made changes in Larimer’s redevelopment.
The house was destroyed in the fire, which broke out just before midnight on Veronica Lane.
Pittsburgh police arrest a suspect wearing that bright footwear within minutes of a bank robbery today in Oakland.
The highway will close from 10 p.m. Saturday to 10 a.m. Sunday from Interstate 79 to Parkway Center.
Middlesex on Wednesday approved new zoning rules that open up more than 90 percent of the township for gas drilling and development.
The National Aviary in Pittsburgh has a live camera focused on the nest, and observers have seen a series of developmental issues.
Donald A. Miller, 44, of New Castle was sentenced Thursday. He pleaded guilty to child rape in November.
Police said Desean Brown was shot in the stomach and is in critical condition at UPMC Mercy.
The fire was reported at 8:43 a.m. at 642 Bunker Hill Road.
A plan to renovate and sell a cluster of deteriorating townhomes in Clairton needs city council’s OK to move forward in bankruptcy court.
Campus police are searching for a suspect, who they described as a white male, about 5 feet 11 inches tall of medium build with shaggy hair.
Declining enrollment and budget constraints are the reasons for the reduction
The closure is one of two planned for the bridge as a $64.8 million PennDOT project to replace the bridge with a four-lane span continues.
The Bridge Foundation, U.S. Steel and elected officials donated $60,000 for low-income families to send their children to private schools.
The township is planning a major renovation of Moccasin Drive and Old Washington Road over the summer.
A state House bill would provide for second-class township supervisors to be elected to two-year terms.
The court-ordered therapy program is seen as an alternative to incarceration.
“It puts me into such a peaceful state of mind,” said Cara Zanella, who skates in part for the physical therapy it offers.
The mission of the task force was to evaluate the impacts of the state Supreme Court 2012 decision that overturned portions of Act 13.
Each year, middle school students from Community Day School in Squirrel Hill visit the Adath Jeshurun Cemetery in Hampton.
Dee Ruckert of New Sewickley, Beaver County, creates chalk artwork for audiences as music plays in the background.
Penn Hills plans to use the school building site for a new municipal building.
A portable laser cutter should prove useful for a wide range of subjects at the high school.
The event will be held at the Monroeville Convention Center May 30 and 31.
Sto-Rox High School construction technology students built the chairs, which will be auctioned to benefit a boy who has Batten disease.
Butler’s jeep festival seeks to unseat Daytona’s recent claim to the Guinness world record.
Two Canon-McMillan students have been named to the Nordenberg Leadership Scholars Program at the University of Pittsburgh.
The foundation has brought in $23,000 since 2010. The classic will be held July 13 at Southpointe Golf Club in Cecil.
The walk/run will be held Saturday at Forbes Hospital in Monroeville.
The “Love Bike Pray” trip begins in McDonald on Sunday and raises money for South Hills Interfaith Ministries.