The school board Tuesday voted to purchase turf from Pro Grass for a cost not to exceed $165,365.
Seneca Valley will host Vanity Fair writer Nancy Jo Sales, author of “American Girls – Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers.”
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic is honoring Dan and Patricia Rooney by naming buildings on the Cranberry high school campus after them.
Michelle Myrter, who was controller of Universal Cheese & Drying and International Packing and president of Castle Cheese, was sentenced.
Private career schools and technical colleges across Pennsylvania and in New Jersey give students a chance to be recognized publicly.
Two of three students who filed a discrimination lawsuit say peers still support them.
Ralph Ruprecht, 50, of Freedom is charged with rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault and other offenses..
Joseph Villani, who was secondary assistant principal for data and assessment at Seneca Valley, is assistant principal for grades 11 and 12.
Ross commissioners Monday, in identical 5-3 votes, approved a site plan and two variances for The Ridge at Highland Pines.
The district is moving forward with $5.3 million in repairs to the building, which was constructed in 1954.
Madison Pavlick and Christopher Lofink, students with special needs, received a standing ovation when they were crowned at homecoming.
Three teens filed suit over a rule requiring students to use restrooms matching the sex they were assigned at birth.
State police said the motorcyclist drove into a dust cloud from the sweeper and struck the machine.
An increase in traffic had been a major concern for residents.
Authorities said Christopher Sokiera had more than 90 images of child pornography and a video on his laptop computers.
Mosites Construction Co. has a $3.65 million contract to upgrade the Center Avenue Bridge, which has had a 5-ton weight limit since 2010.
The three were transported to a Pittsburgh hospital; they suffered minor injuries, according to authorities.
Police say one of the men held customers and employees at gunpoint while the other took money from a teller.
The person was injured in a car crash at North Pike Road in Winfield.
The accident occurred along the northbound lanes at the Rochester Road overpass around 12:30 a.m., authorities said.
St. Barnabas Health System offers training for those who give of their time to help patients facing death.
Judge Ward was charged with DUI after police stopped her for erratic driving on Route 28 in O'Hara.
After more than a year and over $250,000, the Wexford station becomes part of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in Washington County.
The district’s “First Alumni” were recognized on North Allegheny’s new jumbo screen during the half-time show.
Two men armed with handguns robbed the Allegheny Valley Bank of more than $2,200 Friday morning, authorities said.
State police went to a home to serve a warrant and discovered the bomb.
Christina Korbe signed a plea deal for fatally shooting Agent Sam Hicks that specifically precluded her from challenging her sentence.
Drug “mules” or couriers sometimes hide drugs in their body cavities or swallow drugs in balloons, which can be retrieved later.
Police say a vehicle was fired upon by another vehicle in Brighton Heights before it crashes in Marshall-Shadeland.
The Vinski Brothers shop is among a small group of businesses in the former mill town that have kept the doors open for decades.
The deal, which will take effect in July 2017, includes average total raises of 3.1 percent during the contract.
James Paz, 55, of Brackenridge was involved in a crash along Freeport Road near Mile Lock Lane, authorities said.
The disease affects one in five adults and can be directly tied to weight gain.
The Virginia transplant was also wanted in Butler on robbery charges.
The skunk was struck Wednesday on High Street, and officials urged residents to use caution when they come across wild animals.
“Out-of-the-Park” Playground at the Miracle League field in Cranberry’s Graham Park will draw kids, both special needs and able-bodied.
St. Mary of the Assumption School will hold a gala Oct. 1 to mark its 170th anniversary and the 50th year of its athletic association.
Businesses expected at the site include Saks Off Fifth, DSW Shoe Warehouse, J. Crew, Piada Italian Street Food, Jason’s Deli and CycleBar.
The robbery happened at Lillen’s Restaurant on East Ohio Street.
The medical examiner’s office said Frank Napoleon, 65, died at UPMC Presbyterian after the vehicle he was in crashed about 2:45 p.m.