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Investigators noticed evidence of a large heroin distribution operation lying in plain view.
Allegheny County police said Anthony Scholl Sr. killed Bernadette Scholl, 74, then barricaded himself inside the apartment they shared.
The lawsuit claims that the officer faced repeated discipline after raising officer safety issues, according to an agreement released today.
U.S. Steel Corp. to pay $300,000 penalty for exceeding emissions limit at new coke battery.
National organization recognizes Mt. Lebanon for preservation-based revitalization along Washington Road
Western Pennsylvania Paranormal Hunters’ annual Halloween party for children and adults features food, entertainment and celebrity guests.
The House bill would reduce the number of steps school districts must take to get state money for building projects.
The theme for this year’s program is “Peace by Piece,” signifying that each individual is responsible for peaceful decision-making.
The official grand opening of the Twin Rivers Primary and Intermediate School celebrated the facility’s assets, environment responsibility.
Mt. Lebanon High School’s festival of bands will take place this weekend, coordinated by nearly 100 volunteers and featuring nine bands.
Beth Shalom Congregation in Squirrel Hill will host “Loves of Love” at which participants will make the braided Jewish bread.
The district voted unanimously to borrow up to $12 million for new windows at McMurray Elementary School and other expenditures.
An innovative course offered jointly this year at South Fayette and Upper St. Clair high schools has students working with local companies.
Soberfest, which will be held Saturday at South Park Fairgrounds, is an alcohol-free festival that includes Christian music and prayers.
The Justin Fabus Band was among 209 groups selected from thousands in a contest to identify breakout bands.
Community events and news taking place throughout the South communities.
The South Fayette High School Little Green Machine Marching Band will host the annual Festival of Bands at 7 p.m. Sept. 27.
There’s been some buzz lately on the subject of cat-calling. It caught my attention because I have a cat.
Crews will replace the crossing at Potomac Avenue.
The reviews come after two human rights groups found substantial cancer rates at SCI Fayette, built next to a fly ash dump.
The presentation will take place at the school board's meeting at Thomas Jefferson High School, 310 Old Clairton Road, Jefferson Hills.
California University of Pennsylvania, facing an enrollment loss this fall.
Shouting erupted a number of times during a special meeting of Steel Valley school board Tuesday night.
In 2011, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh merged St. Anthony and Transfiguration parishes into one parish.
The board discussed repairing the roofs at all the district’s buildings at a cost of $74,264.
Metaphysical pursuits brought Ruth Lorena Krauss here 10 years ago.
No one was injured when a tractor-trailer overturned 5:30 a.m. today.
War bride Rae Brewer Zurovcik and authors Duncan Barrett and Nuala Calvi, authors of “GI Brides,” will speak Friday in McKeesport.
Adult day care offers relief to caregivers in the “sandwich generation,” who find themselves caring for children and elderly relatives.
National Alliance on Mental Illness has more than a dozen affiliates in the Pittsburgh region.
GTECH Strategies, a nonprofit, will work with the city to revitalize neglected properties.
Residents had asked to be allowed to disconnect the systems during vacations after a waterline break last winter damaged some homes.
High school juniors whose parents move out of the municipality would be able to graduate from the district if the policy is approved.
The loose-knit gathering of musicians prove when it comes to age or geography, rock knows no boundaries
Playground was built at borough’s Wallace Park, with help of 350 volunteers.
Members of the Pittsburgh Rose Society can show off the fruits of their labor, educate and share their expertise.
David Nardiello won a contest to record new messages for the town’s telephone system.
A dinner on Saturday in Beechview will help FosterCat, a group that works with PetSmart to find homes for cats.
City officials said a Brookline man would have to dig up part of the front yard to install a pipe to direct rainwater to a storm sewer.
News from around the south communities: Heidelberg, Mon Valley, Waynesburg, Collier, and Heroes Run/Walk event.
Teresa Reece used money from her job at Burger King to open a winery with her husband.
Events and other happenings throughout the south suburbs.
The Aging Waiver Program provides health care and rehabilitation services, and medical and safety equipment for low-income senior citizens.
Virginia Andrako, 84, was riding in a Tri-County Access vehicle when it hit a pole in the 1100 block of Donner Avenue, the coroner said.
Matthew G. Williams, 48, of Dormont, ran Clearspan Construction Products in Westmoreland County.
The longtime gym teacher at Whitehall Junior High loved running.
The Allegheny County medical examiner's office identified the man who died as Scott Rice, 53, from Gibsonia.
The impact pushed the truck several hundred feet down the track and ripped away the tanker.
Peoples Natural Gas says gas brought into its system from another company had too much mercaptan and is stinking things up.
The blaze, which broke out in the middle of the night, is under investigation by the state police fire marshal.