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 Rick and Jessica Goeller, with their son Lucas, 2, at their family farm in Indiana Township on June 17.

Indiana Township boy, 2, receives new liver

Aggressive campaign to secure a liver for the toddler succeeds with donation from a Nebraska girl who died of a brain tumor.

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The Big Bang Theory: Look to the sky all year for fireworks

Fireworks displays on July 4 dwindle as the industry shifts to offering pyrotechnics throughout the year.

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Taxes will increase in North Allegheny

The North Allegheny school board rolled out both tax increases and a one-to-one technology initiative at their meeting.

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Nonprofit raises money for veterans with three-day hike

Participants hiked 70 long miles through the Laurel Highlands to raise money for Checkpoint, a veteran services nonprofit.

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 A collection of license plate quilt patterns for row quilts being collected by Annie Tuley.

Quilters collect patterns around the continent

Row by Row Experience sends quilters to shops across the US & Canada – including Piecing It Together in Ross Township.

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Mountain men recreate early frontier

Members of the Independent Mountain Men Living History Society strive to preserve frontier history – and to live it.

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Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s AP summer institute preps teachers for fall courses

These summer institutes are subject-specific and provide teachers with the support and training needed to teach AP courses.

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Penn State helps DIYers go from farm to fork

Two classes –– Midsummer Night’s (Berry) Jam and Ferment This (From Kimchi to Kraut) –– were designed to take advantage of summer’s bounty.

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Duquesne University plants a SEED for students to excel in science

Through Project SEED, economically disadvantaged high school students get to take part in actual scientific research.

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 Sister Rita Yeasted: professor, women's advocate and a newsmaker you should know.

Sister honored for work on women's behalf

The American Association of University Women honored Sister Rita Yeasted, professor at La Roche College, for 25 years of women’s advocacy.

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North Allegheny technology purchases criticized

“You don’t buy a Cadillac when your budget calls for a Kia,“ writer says.

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North at a glance: St. Sebastian parish festival

Community events and news taking place throughout the North communities.

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School news: Fox Chapel, North Allegheny and more

School news from the Pittsburgh region’s north communities.

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North scape: Bible school, concerts, free movies, and more

Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.

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Little Sewickley Creek Bridge in Edgeworth to reopen

The bridge has been closed since March 23, when it was damaged in a crash involving a novice driver.

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Cranberry couple under investigation on bankruptcy fraud allegations

Prosecutors moved to seize Gregory Makozy’s house in Florida, which they said was bought with assets hidden from bankruptcy proceedings.

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Driver killed after losing control of vehicle in Slippery Rock

Police said Mark Spencer, 41, was traveling along Countyline Road in Slippery Rock Township around 8 p.m. when he lost control of his car.

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Former UPMC supervisor arraigned on fraud charges

Francine Priestas, 47, of Armstrong County, was indicted June 9 on 11 counts of health care fraud and wire fraud.

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Trooper injured when vehicle sideswipes patrol car on I-279

The incident occurred around 7:30 p.m. Saturday near the Bellevue/West View interchange in Ohio Township.

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 Two Union re-enactors leave the field Saturday at Hartwood Acres as opposing forces square off in the background.

Confederate re-enactors say battle flag is part of 'living history'

Confederate re-enactors offer a look at “living history” as they marched out under a controversial battle flag at Hartwood Acres.

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Butler city police investigating discovery of body

The body of Joshua Hepler, 30, of Butler, was discovered near a swinging bridge.

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 Tom Huffman cleans up what remains of his 60-foot tall maple tree Sunday morning from his Chaparral Drive home in the Timberline subdivision of Cranberry.

Cranberry cleans up after 'mild' tornado over the weekend

The region saw unusually cool weather Sunday, a day after the funnel cloud touched down in Cranberry Saturday.

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State trooper injured in crash on I-279

A state trooper was injured in a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate 279 Saturday night, police said.

4 days ago


Power outage affecting 1,000 in Shaler, Hampton

A downed tree took out power lines and left customers in Hampton and Shaler without power.

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 “We’re almost maxed out in Pennsylvania as far as coyote density and range. They’re everywhere,” said Tom Hardisky, chief furbearer biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

Coyotes are 'everywhere' in Pennsylvania, but they pose little threat to humans

“Our strategy is to live with them. Do things differently so we can coexist,” said Tom Hardisky with the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

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 Jimmy Woods of Shaler works with mahi mahi fish in his food truck, Mission Mahi. Mr. Woods has had a long struggle with drugs and alcohol, but has found sobriety. He uses the truck not only to serve great fish tacos, but also to help people in recovery, many of whom work in the truck.

Mission Mahi food truck serves up more than tacos

For food truck owner and recovering alcoholic Jimmy Woods, “It isn’t about making money. It is about helping people.”

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Lawrence County man charged with having sex with 13-year-old

The girl told police that about 1:30 p.m., she and the suspect had sex in a park, and that he also sent her two illicit photos of himself.

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Bellevue joins McKeesport, Pittsburgh as a 'Playful City'

A nonprofit called KaBoom honored McKeesport, Bellevue, and Pittsburgh for providing ample opportunities for children to play.

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 Patrick Graczyk, the superintendent of the Allegheny Valley School District.

Allegheny Valley hires new superintendent

Patrick M. Graczyk was hired June 15. He leaves Highlands School District after many years.

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 Chef Aaron Yurek helps Erina Fortune, 11, of Wexford to make a sushi roll June 17 at the A.W. Beattie Career Center in Allison Park. The Center is hosting a summer camp of courses for about 150 high school students from all around Allegheny County. Among the courses are robotics, auto body, auto tech, pastry and culinary and building DNA models.

Beattie camp offers taste of careers to middle schoolers

Enrollment in the center’s summer day camps for grades 6-9 has grown from about 70 in 2013 to at least 151 this year.

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Shaler girls track coach asks board for help with poor conditions, safety issues

Board members suggested a meeting with the district’s new athletic director and proposed fixes for track facilities.

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 Janet McCall.

Newsmaker you should know / Hampton native, nonprofit leader receives creative arts award

Janet McCall has received a YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Tribute to Women Leadership Award.

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Quaker Valley board approves teachers' contract

Under the pact, teachers will receive a raise of about 1.29 percent, with the individual increases based on experience and education.

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Samantha Bennett: Not driven by the car-buying process

Shopping for a new vehicle leaves columnist flat.

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North scape: Register for bible school in McCandless

Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.

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North glance: Hampton schools set for renovations

News and other happenings throughout the south communities.

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North Allegheny budget to raise taxes, includes iPads, laptops

Sixth-graders will receive iPads, while the ninth and 10th graders will receive laptop computers.

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Hulton Bridge reopens after two-week closure

The bridge closed June 11 for work on approaches to a four-lane bridge that is being built just upstream from the old span.

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Police search for suspect in Ross house burglary

Police said that  on June 16 a man came to the woman’s door, claiming to be doing work in a neighbor's yard when the incident occurred.

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Beaver County teen killed on church camping trip during storm

Authorities said Alexis Turner, of New Brighton, was killed at a campground in the Allegheny National Forest.

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Decomposed body found in Ohio River near Fleming Park Bridge

The official cause of death will be determined by the Allegheny County medical examiner's office.

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McKeesport man shot in Butler County

A McKeesport man was flown to Allegheny General Hospital early this morning after he was found shot outside of a residence in Butler County.

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  Re-enactors from the 116th Pennsylvania Volunteer infantry lined up for roll call in their camp. Visitors to "The Passing of the Armies" weekend event at Hartwood Acres will have a chance to see and ask questions about Civil War soldiers' encampments.

Civil War battle to be re-enacted twice at Hartwood Acres

The events will go on rain or shine Saturday and Sunday at the Allegheny County park.

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Franklin Park couple admits to tax fraud

Paul and Lynda Schneider run Cedar Direct, a Wexford-area log home design company.

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State trooper hospitalized after motorcycle crash in Franklin Park

A state trooper based in the Pittsburgh barracks was injured Sunday afternoon when his motorcycle was hit by a car.

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Pellet hits man in Indiana County drive-by incident

Someone in a pickup truck that drove past the home of Derek Colbert in Marion Center fired an air pellet weapon, striking Mr. Colbert.

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Tax increase likely in North Allegheny School District

The board is expected to vote to increase taxes in order to avoid cuts to programs, including elimination of one-to-one technology

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 John Jamrozik, who was seriously wounded in a knife attack by a robber at the Dollar General Store in Bellevue, is slowly recovering at his mother's home in New Castle.

Man recalls stabbing attack at Bellevue store

Doctors needed about 50 stitches to close the wounds on John Jamroski’s arm after he was attacked by a would-be robber.

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 Tyler Byers, Natalie and her sister Monica Swaney, all of Saxonburg, and Lisa Edwards of New York City wait for the costume contest at the Mars celebration in Mars.

Mars, the town, celebrates a new year for Mars, the planet

Mars’s new year begins on the planet’s northern hemisphere spring equinox when the sun is directly over its equator at noon.

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Route 65 reopens after ruptured gas line stopped traffic

A contractor struck a high-pressure gas line adjacent to the road at the intersection of Route 65 and Boundary Street about 11:20 a.m.

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