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The special weather statement was issued for Butler, Clarion, Forest, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango counties.
The Department of Environmental Protection ordered a resident to stay out of a Bending Oak Lane home until it finds the smell's source.
A truck driven by Matthew Coulter, 36, of Pulaski, struck the horse-drawn buggy and killed Mary Byler, 34, and her daughter .
The tenant of a McKees Rocks house that burned down Thursday had claimed he had a law enforcement background.
Plaintiff's attorney Jeffrey Ruder withdrew the lawsuit, which named as defendants the district and the Pine-Richland Hockey Association..
Thanksgiving accidents and medical woes are keeping staff busy at the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center.
Attorney Tim O'Brien has countered in court filings that the FBI's demands are "fishing expedition-type requests.
The student is claiming that their failure to accommodate his Asperger's syndrome violated federal law.
Joseph Bohzic stabbed his son Terry Kohlmetz in the buttocks area after an argument.
Avonworth School District plans to open next fall a $23.7 million center for students in kindergarten through second grade.
Zachary Maggi was dipping his toes into the water of North Carolina's Outer Banks in June when he heard the terrified calls for help.
Thanksgiving is Thursday, and Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, begins at sunset tonight and ends the evening of Dec. 5.
Recently, two theater companies have been established in the town, both sharing the goal of promoting the arts in their community.
A Butler County teenager has mobilized Butler High and Butler Intermediate High schools to brighten the holidays for troops overseas.
Ross commissioners will have to decide whether to raise taxes, dip into savings or borrow money to pay for three big-ticket items.
The board approved three administrative appointments, honored departing board members and heard more concerns about proposed redistricting.
District administrators presented their annual enrollment and capital funding reports to the school board.
It wasn't until he was almost finished with an undergraduate degree in psychology, that Jeff Fromknecht decided he wanted to be a dentist.
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The town’s $19.6 million budget for 2014 likely will be approved in a Dec. 16 vote.
The owner of a McCandless ice cream shop is scheduled to appear in court next month on charges that he sexually assaulted two sisters.
Students were evacuated. Events scheduled to take place at the high school tonight are canceled. School will resume Tuesday.
David Higginbotham, 61, was arrested at Handel's, the ice cream shop he owns in McCandless Crossing.
A car carrier caught fire on the eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike this morning, blocking traffic and causing a major jam.
Ross commissioners Monday grilled department heads about potential cuts to the 2014 budget.
Observers are asked to arrive by 6:30 a.m., weather permitting; binoculars are recommended.
But PennDOT is preparing to reinstate the outbound lane closure that has bedeviled motorists for more than three years.
Walter Johnson, 38, of Oakdale, was accused of throwing a handcuffed man into a holding cell at the borough police station, injuring him.
The bridge over the Allegheny River between Harmar and Oakmont will reopen by 5 a.m. Friday.
The district is considering three scenarios to move children out of Franklin Elementary in Franklin Park.
The Friends of Quaker Valley Schools Education Foundation received $9,684 in donations through the Pittsburgh Foundation's Day of Giving.
The proposed 2014 budget is in the red, and outgoing Commissioner Chris Eyster believes that this would be the time to end this perk.
Two friends, both affected by HIV/AIDS, created the Mutete Foundation.
Teachers are collaborating with staff from the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh to teach students in grades K-5 an informal learning method.
The event is held to raise awareness and funds for arthritis research, programs and education. Fifty million Americans live with arthritis.
Gerald O'Brien, who has been on the board for 14 years, will take the new job in January.
The North Allegheny School Board Wednesday made three administrative appointments.
Laura Roy is the executive director at Passavant Retirement Community. Both St. John and Passavant are Lutheran SeniorLife communities.
Happenings in the North suburban
Jeffrey L. Burtner had sued the Pennsylvania State Police in June, claiming that he was told he couldn't buy a gun because he was a "mental
The vote leaves the door open to gas drilling beneath Deer Lakes Park on the West Deer-Frazer border.
Meredith Shuster, 36, fraudulently obtained $600,000 in student loans by using the identities and financial information of her parents.
Mount Nazareth Center to be converted into apartments for seniors.
Police say Carlos Harper shot his estranged girlfriend, also the mother of his three children, to death Sunday.
School board members are looking to fill the seat left vacant by Kelly Kopera, who resigned last month because of health issues.
Gerald O'Brien was elected tax collector Nov. 8, and said he needs the time between now and when he takes office to begin his initiatives.
The Aspinwall Riverfront Park, a true community endeavor, has moved toward reality with Saturday's groundbreaking.
DNA evidence, not known of in the 1970s, was recovered recently from the rope around Catherine Walsh's wrists and other items.