Township officials have appointed a steering committee to help develop a master plan for the 180-acre park.
Melvin and Mervin Steals wrote hit songs in the 1970s and are still making music today.
Among the grants is $300,000 for a storm sewer separation project on Main and Seventh streets in Sharpsburg.
The warning began at 7:41 p.m. and extends until 8:15 p.m.
John C. Knapp, current president of Hope College in Holland, Mich., was selected after a search from among 150 applicants.
Eight communities want to create the Robinson Run-Chartiers Creek Municipal Watershed Alliance to apply for grants work together.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
Gary Paul Visser, 53, of Hanover, York County, was killed about 2 p.m. on Interstate 79 in Amwell.
Christine Joy Martin, 31, admitted to a series of robberies, including WesBanco Bank in South Strabane in 2016.
The Very Rev. Igor Soroka has had nationwide impact on Orthodox worship while rooted at his Donora parish. At 91, he’s preparing to retire.
Peters zoners to rule on couple’s request to build tiny house on their 3-acre property for elderly mother-in-law.
Injuries reported in I-70 accident involving three vehicles are blamed on icy conditions.
David Scrip alleges he was fired after reporting a relationship between his supervisor and a placement officer for a treatment center.
The township commissioners plan to discuss the hospital plans on Wednesday and hold a public hearing and vote on April 19.
Authorities said Allison Warco of Washington, Pa., was traveling east on Route 40 in Buffalo Township when she lost control of her vehicle.
The school had found evidence of misconduct during a team trip to Florida in March.
The state Disciplinary Board wants to disbar Paul Pozonsky after he pleaded guilty to theft for stealing cocaine from evidence in 2012.
Varsity Coach Jim Coulter last week submitted his resignation following the trip to the Orlando area for exhibition games last month.
Council hired Mackin Engineering of Pittsburgh for $111,867 to develop the plan, although some members said the cost was too high.
Rotary is attracting new members with e-clubs, which meet electronically rather than at traditional breakfast, lunch or dinner meetings.