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The measure was approved unanimously, although Commissioner Kristen Linfante said she thought it should include money for deer management.
Upper St. Clair's singing choir alums from as far away as Texas and California are gathering again to carol, rehearse and perform.
Real estate taxes in Green Tree will remain at 3.61 mills for 2014 under a $7.7 million budget approved unanimously Monday by borough
Marcellus Shale drilling may begin soon in Peters; council approves comprehensive plan.
Planning is underway for construction of a new Thomas Jefferson High School on a vacant 151-acre site the district owns.
Local salons are assisting with the project and will style the donors' hair after the initial cut is made.
The main gymnasium and natatorium in the new athletic facility hosted events; the renovated fine arts theater will host a concert.
The report the team submitted in October got them selected as finalists from among 1,600 schools in the competition.
It was love at first sight for David Mateer when he stumbled upon a children's performing arts group nearly a decade before his death.
A program called Creating Individualized Transition for Youth, or CITY, was started several years ago at Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Francis Tinsley, who had a previous felony conviction, said he resorted to drug dealing because his trucking company was struggling.
Martin Schmotzer quit his school board post to take a paying job with the district, then quit the job and resumed his board position.
After-school activities for today and all activities scheduled for after 3 p.m. Thursday will still be held, according to the district.
Anthony Cugini, 54, of Upper St. Clair is accused of ordering others to delete or hide computer files during a Department of Energy probe.
Anthony Cugini is suspected of using his industry contacts to help a local charity, Holy Family Institute.
Connie Lucas, who resigned from the Duquesne school board to submit the application, had been waiting since last fall for a decision.
Sharon Flanagan was found guilty of first-degree murder for drowning her 2-year-old son in a hotel bathtub last year.
Richard Ferris, who has been Bridgeville borough's solicitor for decades, has resigned his position effective January 1.
The zoning hearing board tonight denied a request to mine about 330,000 tons of coal from the site of the former Mayview State Hospital.
The man allegedly took the child after an argument outside a pizzeria in Brentwood.
The restrictions are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days as gas company crews do pavement work.
"Puppies are not stocking stuffers," say public service announcements from the American Kennel Club. "A dog is for life, not for Christmas.
In 1979, Warren Sufrin, then 17, decided to donate blood. He has been doing it ever since, giving a total of 99 pints.
Taxes held steady in Upper St. Clair, new developments on the horizon along with new recycling
The Candlelight Soup and Stroll will provide visitors with a taste of life in previous centuries and a taste of homemade cooking.
Newly sworn-in Peters school board members are Lisa Anderson, Rebecca Bowman and the Rev. Jamison Hardy.
Paul Linko Jr. and Maureen Linko set up a traveling exhibit as a fundraiser for various charities.
Borough council adopted the 2014 budget and a related ordinance that keeps the property tax rate at 8.97 mills.
Taste the World Series concludes with guest chef Lawrence Kozlowski, founder of Pittsburgh's Polishfest held annually in Oakland.
Patrons may purchase a bakery-style transparent takeout container, put on a plastic glove and select their favorite cookies.
The quilts made by Greg Gurcak will be given to individuals throughout the city who sleep outdoors.
The 10-suite Pittsburgh Fisher House offers free, temporary lodging to families whose loved ones are receiving medical care in the VA.
Washington & Jefferson College professor H.J. Manzari will present "Sapori D'Italia: the flavors of old and new world Italy" next week.
Matt Firek and Andrew Wilds have opened Fire K Studios in Baldwin Borough, a venue they hope will attract serious musicians.
Ronald A. Moog, 78, owned Moog Trans Financial Services, of Castle Shannon, which audited and then paid freight bills for companies.
Money for the concert came from residents, businesses and an endowment raised during Bridgeville's centennial in 2001.
Scott's 2014 budget would be balanced with a 2.04 million fund carryover.
The acclaimed chef and entrepreneur shifts gears in his plan for a serious restaurant in Braddock, with eyes now on a former car showroom.
Martin Schmotzer maintained there was nothing improper about his appointment, despite a lawsuit and public outcry.
James Rocco, Corey Sease and James Langer Jr. confessed four arsons on Forest Street and East Street which destroyed three houses.
The Southpointe-based engineering-simulation technology company will absorb Reaction Design in a deal expected to close in January.
Donald J. DeBlasio of Collier will serve two years of house arrest in addition to five years of probation.
A $9.8 million realignment of the congested intersection of Brownsville, Broughton and Curry Hollow roads is done, PennDOT said.
Woman will be sentenced in February for fire that killed her twin 3-year-old boys.
Allegheny County police were searching for Clarence Moore, 22, of Braddock in connection with a shooting outside Bubba's Too Bar & Grille.
Police are searching for Clarence Moore, 22, of Braddock, on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault and various gun violations.
The Denis Theatre Foundation sets $1 million as one-year goal to reconstruct the Mt. Lebanon icon.
A woman who in March was beaten and robbed for her purse and its contents has died.
Whether in times of peace or in war, people of southwestern Pennsylvania have marked the holiday with thanks for the blessings they enjoy.
UPMC fired the woman Wednesday and notified McKeesport police about the situation.