About 2,000 students see firsthand what their refugee classmates have endured in a private showing of “He Named Me Malala.”
Defense attorneys for a man charged with two killings want the computer code of a DNA-identifying program.
The redevelopment of Federal-North -- more than 20 years in the making -- has been stagnant on that corner in the past year.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services inspection indicate problems that led to the revocation of Glade Run Lutheran Services’ license.
James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
Post offices will be closed, with no pickup or delivery of regular mail. Banks will be closed. State liquor stores will be open.
Check out our most recent entry looking back at some of the sights and sounds of Kennywood in the 1950s.
The 14 State System universities hold hundreds of millions in unrestricted net assets but most are earmarked.
Norman Howard, 42, a former Redstone Township officer, admitted that he punched a man in the face and then lied to cover it up.