State police at Butler said motorcyclist Daniel R. Yarington was killed in the crash at the intersection of Route 8 and Duffy Road in Brady.
The teen’s parents and 11-year-old sister suffered serious burns in the fire.
North Siders turn out to meet new Zone 1 commander Chris Ragland and to air their concerns at cafe meet-and-greet.
Clarion County Coroner Terry Shaffer said the boat “ran up on the bank and flipped a couple of times and turned upside down.”
Ron Sciarro, Bob Ravenstahl and other veterans are back on the sidelines as head high school coaches in a growing WPIAL trend.
Butler County school district to offer grief support after teacher, ex-husband dead in murder-suicide
Lee Ann Negley, 43, of Buffalo, and her ex-husband Todd Negley, 44, were found dead Thursday at her home in Butler County.
Some Ross business owners have gone to court in an effort to get the tax eliminated.
New furniture will allow the classrooms to be quickly and easily transformed to suit different learning environments.
Regionalization plans are in the works for 11 schools with grades K-8, spanning a wide expanse from Bellevue to Aspinwall to Pine.
The district saw about 40 teachers retire at the end of the 2015-16 school year.
The parent of the boy is seeking legal fees, punitive and compensatory damages, and private school tuition.
Joshua Keller was arraigned just after 5 a.m. and is being held in the Allegheny County Jail on $500,000 bail.
NRG Energy’s Cheswick power plant discharged fourth most lead of any power plant in the nation
While Karrie Diaz is in custody in connection with the assault on Thomas Markel, police are still looking for two other suspects.
Police said Scott E. Loper Jr. of Lansdale, Montgomery County, was killed when he veered off the highway in Wolf Creek Township.
The victim, who had multiple broken bones, told police he had been abducted outside a bar, tied to a chair and attacked with a hammer.
Though support for street musicians has grown, their rights remain unclear in many towns.
Robert Pollock Jr., 45, was killed in the collision about 6 p.m. on U.S. Route 422 in Franklin Township.
North Allegheny board and administrators offered furniture from three schools that are currently being renovated.
The organization has raised more than $1 million for a local family in need since it began in 2000.
Authorities said the break mainly affected the northern part of the borough.
The PRD provisions had allowed developers to circumvent some requirements, including such things as lot size, setbacks and density.
Michael Naviglia was evaluated at Allegheny Valley Hospital before being released.
Anthony Ranalli, 33, of Richland died and three others were injured after a collision between a car and Port Authority bus in McCandless.
The government said Mayanak Mishra has spent his entire life helping heroin dealers distribute their product.
Two unauthorized transfers from the fund in June and July totaled $130,000, but the fund remains liquid enough to pay current pensioners.
The company also announced that Vincent Mattera Jr. will become president and CEO effective Sept. 1, replacing the retiring Francis Kramer.
Jack You, 18, this weekend was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Disabled American Veterans in Atlanta.
Presbyterians from Western Pennsylvania, Malawi and South Sudan gather here to celebrate and hear each others’ voices.
To mark the centennial of the historic site, admission is free every Sunday in 2016, but free ice cream will be given out only this Sunday.
A new pilot program will offer free classes to help in the often overwhelming journey of caregiving.
No decision has been made on what work will be done on the district’s intermediate high school.
The free event on Saturday aims to let people know about local fitness opportunities.
Mayank Mishra says there no evidence he ever possessed or distributed heroin or was involved in the drug trade.
The crash took place near the Pittsburgh Mills mall near Exit 14 in Frazer, authorities said.
Police are now investigating the truck driver's claims that he lost his brakes at the intersection of Routes 8 and 288.
The guard was loading his personal gun after his shift when he accidentally pulled the trigger, according to police.
The ramp, from southbound Route 28, has been closed since April 25 for reconstruction work and wall repairs.
The two breaks happened with 25 minutes of each other early this morning.
Dylan, 7, and Nicholas Taylor, 12, died in the fast-moving blaze that trapped them on the third floor of their Sorrell Street home.
Keegan McDade, 5, and his family split time traveling to motocross competitions and driving to Pittsburgh for spinal taps and chemotherapy.
A thunderstorm dropped about ½ inch of rain in about 20 minutes this afternoon bringing and knocking out power for some.
The fire was reported shortly after 10 p.m. at GIS Automotive in the 1000 block of Route 8, Shaler police said.
In addition to Pokemon, chickens were a topic of discussion at the commissioners meeting.
The district will pay $780,750 to MHY Family Services, formerly Mars Home for Youth, for two fields across from the district high school.
Dubbed “Butler Brush-Up,” a volunteer group called Walldogs will paint 10 murals in the city to commemorate its history.
Laurel Schlemmer, 42, has stopped taking medications for her mental illnesses and is not competent to stand trial.
The state Fish and Boat Commission confirmed through photos that the fish, which flopped back into the water, was a piranha.
Mayank Mishra is accused of selling drug paraphernalia to heroin dealers with his father from homes in Shaler, Indiana Township.
Police said an accused arsonist from Indiana Township that they had been searching for since Wednesday morning has been taken into custody.