John Fetterman will be among several guests from the Pittsburgh region at tonight’s presidential debate.
The jury will begin deliberations Tuesday in the charges against Frederick Harris, who is accused of killing his mother and her husband in
Robert Geletko accepted an offer from the Connelsville Area School District to become the business manager at a salary of $110,000 per year.
The public event will be held next Tuesday after the Ryder Cup. The family will have a private funeral sometime this week.
“They loved him, the whole community loved him. They all still call him chief,” said his wife, Lorraine Mudd.
Frederick Harris III is tied to the 2014 crime scene through fingerprints and purchases of garbage cans in which police found the bodies.
The district also is exploring the idea of having students in grades K-12 wear school uniforms.
Gateway High School employee placed on leave for possible violation of staff/student boundary policy
Superintendent William Short said the allegations involve one student and stems from an incident inside a classroom.
The program for elementary students will focus on teaching social-emotional skills to foster an environment conducive to learning.
The event on Sunday is sponsored by Friends of Forest Hills Dog Park, which has raised almost $15,000 toward construction of a dog park.
The school district is finalizing a $286,437 contract with Shaw Sports Turf to install the turf at the high school ballfield.
The state Department of Transportation will help pay for the work on Pennsylvania Avenue from Chestnut Street to Locust Street.
The store is expected to open in March 2017 on Walnut Street in the town’s business district.
The meeting was attended by about 100 residents, many of whom voiced concerns about setback requirements.
Police said Frederick Harris III stabbed Lamar and Olivia Gilbert to death at their Penn Hills home
The Allegheny County homicide unit said Rico Smith, 27, was doing construction work outside of a residence when he was shot.
Lincoln Levys, charged with homicide, refuses to comply with the court’s instructions and is escorted away from the proceedings.
Family members told police that the victim made a trip to Pennsylvania to pick up Kevin Bell and that they last heard from her Saturday.
The assaults occurred Aug. 14 at Frankstown and North Homewood avenues in Homewood.
The vote came after new Commissioner Darryl Bertani questioned whether Andrew Lisiecki was fully aware of the drug problem in the township.
Levin Legal Group of Montgomery County was hired to assess whether the superintendent or high school principal violated the school code.
Allegheny County police arrest Andrew Demeri, 24, at work, but say none of the crimes occurred “in the course of his duties.”
The district received an anonymous donation of $55,000 and will use $15,000 on renovations and repairs.
It occurred at 7:25 a.m. in the 2900 block of Jacks Run Road in Oak Park.
Police charged George Fred Gerstacker with impersonating a public servant and official oppression in connection with the Sept. 13 incident.
Mary Ann Stewart sent patients to her Monroeville hospice even though they weren’t dying.
The accident happened at 6:31 a.m. at the intersection of Route 66 and Greensburg Road in Washington Township
A judge denied the appeal of former Pitt researcher Robert Ferrante, who is serving life in prison for killing his wife, Autumn Klein.
The district is working on a transgender policy.
Coroner’s office said the body of Glenn Lee Rummel Jr., 36, was found in the parking lot of a former Sheetz.
Mary Ann Stewart will spend 15 months in prison for sending non-terminal patients to her Monroeville hospice.
The district is poised make the first bond issue payment of the new budget without needing support from the state to do so.
Sexual assault the subject of Outside the Wire theatrical event, town hall at the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday
Common Pleas Senior Judge Timothy O’Reilly said creating a private, armed police force isn’t a “good idea.”
The sale to Pennsylvania American Water is needed to avoid municipal bankruptcy, city officials say.
Members of the Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club gave $20,000 in supplies to the students.
The municipality will consider a new proposal that would allow homeowners to request a special exception to raise backyard chickens.
Clair E. Fink III pleaded guilty to five charges including third-degree murder in the May 2015 crash death of Lt. Eric Eslary.
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.
"It's taken me a while to even want to think that the children are deceased, but that is my biggest fear," said one relative.
The closure is the latest in a string of run-ins with health inspectors in recent months for the struggling private club.
Council approves a $189,215 contract with A. Liberoni Inc. of Plum borough for the 2016 Community Development Paving Program.
Pittsburgh Public Works Director Mike Gable outlined various issues with the system for Mayor Bill Peduto in a memo released Monday.
The school has reported few problems as 200 Wilkinsburg students acclimate to their new surroundings and classmates.
Familylinks, which offers mental health and drug and alcohol treatment services, is holding its Recovery in the Community Day on Friday.
Family and friends gather to remember the heroes that thwarted a fourth attack on 9/11.
The coroner’s office said Mason Taylor Cunningham, 20, failed to stop at a stop sign when he was hit by a tractor-trailer.
The Superior Court ruled that a homicide detective failed to give Miranda warnings to the teenage suspect.
Training on how to use the life-saving allergy treatment often is provided for bus drivers, teachers, coaches and other students.