Scott Russell, Tara Fisher and incumbent Ralph Pagone win spots on both tickets.
Victoria Rozanski, 59, worked as the manager of the Holy Redeemer Parish Federal Credit Union in Ellwood City.
Carrabba's Italian Grill received the OK for their request to transfer a liquor license for the restaurant slated to open on McKnight Road.
Mars Area school board members Monday approved a $24,625 change order for the contractor building a driveway to Mars Area Elementary School
Youngstown man is flown to hospital after authorities say he fell 15 to 20 feet from a ledge at state park in Lawrence County.
The restriction begins tonight from Western Avenue in Aspinwall to the Route 28 Blawnox interchange in O'Hara.
Five miles of the highway will be resurfaced in Emsworth, Ben Avon, Avalon and Bellevue.
An Ohio Township mother, whose children require a gluten-free diet, started a petition against the Disney Channel show.
The Brookings Institution finds growing poverty rates in Pittsburgh's suburban area.
State police say motorist lost control of car on State Route 358 before hitting a mailbox and rolling into a yard.
Route 28 southbound will be down to one lane for most of the day today for construction work.
Pittsburgh police officer Corey Harcha says he wouldn't consider himself a hero after rescue in Hampton.
With a passion for football and family, John H. Stafford lives on through a local academic scholarship to Notre Dame that bears his name.
A child was taken this evening to UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC from the Wildwood Highlands amusement center in Hampton.
"Maybe next time, we can have a jam session."
School directors on Monday approved the proposed $86 million budget that would lower the property tax rate and increase expenditures
HAMPTON Depreciation Lands Museum programs The Depreciation Lands Museum's annual Friendship Day will offer free admission and special
Ministry is often as much about filling a need as offering a prayer.
Seneca Valley school board members say they have done everything they can to keep property taxes down this year, but it still isn't
Seneca Valley parents may get a break next school year on the activity bus fee.
Now a cornerstone of the Bellevue community, Greenstone United Methodist Church was but a log cabin chapel 200 years ago.
When North Allegheny High School senior Connor Phillips was in elementary school, he received a piece of advice that he took to heart
In 2002, students at Shady Side Academy had to wear their shirts tucked in according to the dress code.
A North Allegheny senior who likes to solve problems has earned himself a free trip to England.
Some in the district are concerned that while Anne E. Stephens has a Ph.D., it's not from an accredited university.
Zach Malinak of Freedom and Francesca Nardone of Ellwood City will represent Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties in national competition.
St. Alexis School waited three days to alert police that a student threatened to shoot himself and 14 classmates May 9.
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With funding tight, expenses increasing and limits set on taxes, officials are considering the ads as they look for new ways to raise money.
Brendan Allen, 12, a recent amputee, was named the recipient of the national award for April.
The North Allegheny School Board will not vote next week on an administration proposal to close Peebles Elementary School for 2014-15.
Shaler Area school board unanimously approved its preliminary general fund budget for the 2013-14 school year at its voting meeting.
Freeport Road in East Deer and Tarentum will be closed in both directions from 10 p.m. tonight through 7 a.m. Thursday.
Police are looking for a man who robbed an Exxon gas station on McKnight Road around 11 a.m. today and took off with about $400 in cash.
The closure will allow crews to patch a pipe trench across the road, PennDOT announced.
A $1.4 million pipeline improvement project will affect some streets in Bellevue beginning June 1.
Shaler Township commissioners Tuesday night unanimously agreed to drop the current property tax millage to 2.49, from 3.05.
Joseph Lupo, 50, was shot in the head, and his wife, Caroline Lupo, 50, was shot in the abdomen and leg at about 11:45 p.m. Sunday.
A 20-year-old machine gun squad leader, Raymond Prom, of Reserve Township, received the Medal of Honor after his death in 1969.
Board members unanimously voted to introduce the $101 million budget at Monday's board meeting. A final vote is scheduled for June 17.
Since 2009, a high school teacher in Butler County has inappropriately touched and communicated with five female students, state police said
State police in Mercer say charges were filed in connection with death of man whose body was found near burning van in December.
State police have reopened inbound Route 28 near the Natrona Heights-Brackenridge exit after two crashes this morning.
Work gets underway on a two-year $6.3 million construction project from Emsworth to the McKees Rocks Bridge.
The outage was a result of a traffic accident over the weekend.
The suspect, Kevin Cleeves, 36, is charged with killing three people, two of whom were longtime North Hills residents.
Judge Lester Nauhaus sentenced the former Supreme Court justice to house arrest and ordered her to apologize to 500 Pennsylvania judges.
State police said the three were in a car that overturned about 10:49 a.m. at the highway's Cranberry interchange ramp.
A tractor-trailer hit David William Nye, 46, of New Brighton near the Pulaski/Route 208 exit on I-376 eastbound.
Police have not identified the suspect or the victim, who was shot Friday about 10:20 a.m. near McKinley Elementary School.
The driver of the bus that crashed with a train two weeks ago in Evans City was charged today, days after a second passenger died.
Police say a flatbed truck carrying a cherry-picker lost its load on Interstate 79 near the Mount Nebo Road interchange.
The 23rd annual program honoring participants from 29 Allegheny County schools will hold its awards ceremony May 25 at the Benedum Center.
The work will occur on I-279 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and continue next Monday through Wednesday, starting in Pittsburgh and moving north.
Mementoes of 143 years of service to the community are being auctioned today through Saturday at the former St. Benedict Monastery in Ross.
More than 30 runners pledged their efforts in the Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon on Sunday.
Global connectedness is a concept whose ultimate impact is nurturing not only peace, but a solid business relationship.
Construction will cause restrictions starting today and continuing through May 30, PennDOT announced this morning.
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The parcels on Goehring Road were hoped for in the township's long-range parks and recreation plan.
School directors approved a preliminary budget Tuesday that holds the line on taxes, but adds teachers, nurses and laptop computers.
When James Budzilek takes over the reins of Mars Area School District, he will have no excuse for not wearing school colors.
Commissioners said they are willing to meet with the developer to find a way to make the plan palatable to the township.
In 2010, the handcrafted metal company's flagship store and workshop burned down. Rising from the ashes, it has aimed higher than ever.
Here is the list of candidates to be nominated in the May 21 primary election for Allegheny County municipalities and school districts:
Former state Supreme Court justice Joan Orie Melvin was sentenced to house arrest and probation after her conviction for public corruption.
James Budzilek has been superintendent of the Leechburg Area School District in Armstrong County for nine years.
Councilman Matt Drozd, R-Ross, said he will call on his fellow council members to consider building a new tourist promotion agency.
A variety of jazz entertainers will be flooding the North Side venue throughout the night starting at 7.
Roger Haynes, 31, was riding north on Freshcorn Road when he approached the intersection with Heights Drive, left the road and hit a tree.
Kyle Chase Johnson, a 23-year-old who died running the Pittsburgh half marathon, had a rare congenital defect.
A combination of improved tax collection, increased development in the district and personnel cuts have brought the deficit down.
Taxpayers in the Hampton Township School District can expect to pay about $56 more to fund the the 2013-14 budget.
Residents who live near two North Hills schools complained last month about noise from trash pickup at the schools as late as 10:30 p.m.
The accident happened at a house party in McCandless.
At La Roche College on its 50th anniversary year, actor and activist Martin Sheen told students that "one heart with courage is a majority."
State police said officer William J. "Jerry" McCarthy IV, 60, died in the Lawrence County crash with a car driven by Kylee Barletto.
Teachers at Montessori Centre Academy in Shaler have given the campus a whimsical makeover using discarded and unused items.
Giant earth-moving equipment has been clawing away at tons of rock and soil from a hillside to move and improve the two-lane road.
The classic performance took to the stage with glee.
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A lawyer from Shaler, in his third run for county council, faces a businessman and soccer referee from Hampton in the Republican primary.
Employees worked a year without a contract and negotiated for 18 months.
While other little girls were taking dance lessons and playing with Barbie dolls, Nicholle Benedict was learning how to shoot a rifle.
Readers can generally count on the PG to see through publicity stunts, so I was surprised to read its recent coverage of Seneca Valley.
Buffalo Township and the Audubon Society are to develop the 5-acre property jointly, bringing more nature lovers to the site.
It's been nearly two years since the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania acquired the Succop Conservancy.
The seven buildings have 14-year-old wiring that does not support most computer devices.
The assistant superintendent and assistant principal are moving on to higher positions in Pine-Richland and Fox Chapel Area districts.
The lake was drained in 2011 because of seepage at the bottom of the dam that formed the lake. Repairs are estimated at $4 million.
The free fair last month was for teens and adults making a transition from high school to college, college to the workplace or to a new job.
The event is being sponsored by the Quaker Valley Council of Governments and is open only to its member residents.
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The Village at Pine, Carnegie, Monessen and Latrobe are making use of new ideas to attract people to the communities.
Federal prosecutors who arrested a Slippery Rock man last week on child pornography charges are seeking more information about him.
PennDOT says inbond traffic on Route 28 will be restricted at nights to one lane this week; both inbound lanes will be closed Tuesday night.
The proposal lowers the property tax rate from 21.26 mills to 16.93 mills. The vote to adopt the final budget is planned for June 3.