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They taught a program at Fox Chapel’s Cooper Siegel Library Sunday.
The 2015 budget holds the line on property tax rates.
Two high school students provide a free, three-part class on robotics at Dorseyville Middle School to capture the interest of students
Cam Howard, 8, has progeria, a rare condition in which children age at a rate much faster than normal.
Cmdr. Alysa L. Ambrose Mansfield is among growing number of women in top leadership roles in the U.S. Navy.
The business manager said their are too many unknowns to determine if a tax increase will be necessary.
Joe Jackson, who teaches dance at Sewickley Academy, is performing with Pittsburgh Public Theater, which is benefiting his students.
The old order expires March 30; the township needs to request a one-to-two-year extension from the Allegheny County Health Department.
The township has achieved the second-highest designation in the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification Program.
Backpacks for Hunger, which provides food each weekend for students, has expanded to a second school in the Fox Chapel Area School District.
Consumer Reports also urges subscribers to read fine print on magazine subscription offers.
The Harmony Museum exhibit features local Civil War artifacts.
A doctor at the hospital told police that the girl had “extensive bruising” on her forehead, cheeks, arms, legs and abdomen.
George Wilson, was arrested and charged with shooting a store employee during a robbery in early December, KDKA-TV News is reporting.
Christopher S. Morris, 44, of Aiken, S.C., is waiting extradition in the Aiken County Detention Facility,authorities stated.
Brandy Greulich told the bank teller at PNC Bank in Bellevue that she had bombs in her car and demanded for $40,000.
All North Allegheny facilities are tobacco-free.
Initial reports indicated the attempted robbery involved a bomb threat, but police said no bomb was found at the scene.
Father Charles Bober is leaving as president at North Catholic to oversee a major construction project at St. Killian Parish in Cranberry.
Lane closures are possible today through Friday on Gibsonia Road in Pine, PennDOT announced.
Police say the suspects fled south on Route 8 in a white, four-door sedan.
A federal judge this week denied John Lesko’s appeal of his murder conviction and death sentence for the killing of an Apollo police
Eastbound traffic on a section of the Pennsylvania Turnpike will be reduced to one lane on Saturday, the turnpike commission announced.
The gun owner, Gerry Good, 58, of Gibsonia, has been charged with two counts of assault and two counts of reckless endangerment.
Dorian Smedley and Dominic Balsamo are charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, robbery, conspiracy and firearms violations.
Once fully phased in, the program is expected to generate $8.2 million in additional revenue, officials said.
Police said Joseph Kamon’s vehicle was found Wednesday near where he works in the South Side.
Worldwide, there are more than 25,000 Lego league teams in approximately 80 countries.
Unpopular offer to buy Seville school is declined, as North Hills School District prepares to redistrict some elementary pupils.
Anchorpoint Counseling Center starts a 10-week program Wednesday to help teens cope with everyday pressures of life.
Transportation construction class brings lessons in science, technology, math and engineering to satisfying, soggy conclusion.
School board approves $75,078 contract to provide 660 laptop computers to Mars Area Middle School for three years.
Gigi Balsamico of Ross, a sophomore at North Hills High School, was recognized for creating a video on emergency disaster services.
If approved, the change would occur this fall as a two-year pilot program subject to regular review by university.
Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.
A regimen of healthy, natural eating turns out to be a headache.
School news from Pittsburgh region’s north communities.
Police said Mandy Digman, 38, of Ohio, died in the crash on Pulaski Mercer Road in Wilmington.
The DA’s office said Brian Tanner, 49, is charged with 500 counts of forgery and theft-related charges.
Shaler police are asking for help locating Joseph Kamon whose vehicle was last seen on the South Side.
DEA agents said he admitted he has been obtaining large quantities of heroin from suppliers in New Jersey for distribution here.
A spokesman for the plant said a large, hot piece of molten metal or some slag came into contact with water outside the site.
Police say Edward Skopinski, 69, was driving north on Route 8 when he swerved into the southbound side of the road hitting a vehicle.
Pranav Shetty, a Shaler Area High School graduate was a guest of President Barack Obama during the State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
The fire occurred in the 600 block of Roseland Avenue.
The stoppages are scheduled between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
The vote to reject the offer was 7-0.