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Mr. Alexander, of O’Hara, was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis in 2011. He devoted his life to raising funds to battle ALS.
The closure is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Mr. Knepp’s death was ruled accidental with no signs of foul play
Police believe Michael A. Savage, 26, of Ambridge, stepped on the gas pedal of his minivan rather than the brakes.
Mr. McNulty replaces Richard Jewell, a Pittsburgh businessman and 1967 graduate of the school.
Commissioners awarded $7.1 million in contracts for the building.
The fire was reported around midnight in Mahoning.
Joseph Nocito Jr., 44, of Sewickley had been scheduled to enter a plea earlier this month but the case was postponed.
The bridge, built in 1889, connects Woodland Road and Little Sewickley Creek Road.
Second-year Edinboro student Devin Stevenson, 20, of Franklin, formerly of Oil City, has been charged in the shooting.
The project will add turn lanes and upgraded signals at Route 8 and Duncan Avenue.
Periodic lane closures will be in effect at the Pine Creek Road intersection and on several other roads.
The police officer said Devin Stevenson shot the other two students at about 10:30 p.m. Friday inside an apartment on Meadville Street.
Kirk Nesset, 57, was indicted in October on three counts of receipt, possession and distribution of child porn
Preliminary engineering is underway for repairs and the county hopes to reopen the road by the end of the year.
The Haven at Cranberry Woods and The Village of Cranberry Woods are two multifamily neighborhoods planned for the south side of Route 228.
The township commissioners plan to meet with the state Game Commission to discuss the coyotes that have been seen near Ross Park Mall.
The club will encourage females to take classes in science, technology, engineering and math.
Mars Area athletes who run to keep in shape may have an easier time avoiding busy roads.
The Mars Area School District had eight snow days this winter, but students will not be going to school longer than planned.
An audience of more than 100 attended the session, which was moved on March 11 into a larger room to accommodate the crowd.
The middle school is one of 35 schools in the state designated Schools to Watch.
The teaching of cursive writing has diminished, but some Pittsburgh-area schools are pressing on.
Jamie Feldman, a student at North Allegheny Senior High School, has been honored by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
It wasn’t the rain that kept her away; it was the prospect of other falling moisture.
School news from Pittsburgh region’s north communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.
Ryan Andrew Farbacher of Pine, an eighth grader at Pine-Richland Middle School, will receive his Eagle Scout Award at St. Richards Church.
A family member discovered the corpses of Linda Cook, 61, and Kenneth Steffey, 64, on Feb. 22 in the village of distant on Route 28/66.
Bus driver Frank Schaffner was sentenced to 16 years of probation in the crash that killed two people and injured eight.
The 16-year-old horse died in the 11-acre field before owner Kenny Albert could get to her side.
North Allegheny school board president Chris Jacobs and vice-president Tara Fisher have changed positions.
Attorney Robert Stewart said his client took a new drug called MEO3 and it “had a very dramatic impact.”
The Mars Area School District had eight snow days this winter, but students will not be going to school longer than originally planned.
Residents near Ross Park Mall told commissioners Monday that they are worried about the coyotes that live in a field adjacent to the mall.
Pamela Vivirito, 44, of Valencia, is accused in federal court of extorting land from an unnamed man by threatening to expose their affair.
No injuries were reported, emergency dispatchers say.
One crash occurred in Slippery Rock Township; another in Connoquenessing.
Prosecutors asked for 27 months in prison for Nicole Murphy, but U.S. District Judge Arthur Schwab said jailing her would serve no purpose.
Grants from the state Department of Transportation are helping to write a new chapter of Pennsylvania’s “rich history” with railroads.
The Pittsburgh Elite Volleyball Association has a new home with five courts in Emsworth.
Renovations will be done on the high school and middle school libraries and is expected to cost $1,470,000.
Beginning in April, 100 percent of its electricity will come from solar power.
Butler County and Jackson officials are reviewing a request for a grading permit across the Connoquenessing Creek from Harmony.
He will spend a year studying applied mathematics and theoretical physics at Cambridge University in England.
By coincidence of calendar, Saturday will be a day to celebrate with — you guessed it — pie.
Nola, a pig who lives in Cranberry, is helping the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania.
Len Lavelle has received the Outstanding Educator Award from the Pittsburgh Youth Philharmonic Orchestra.
The creation of the McCandless Crossing development is making walking more difficult.
Community events and news taking place throughout the North communities.