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It was the first firearm found in carry-on luggage at the airport this year.
Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.
Rich and Noreen Kohl’s Beaver County home serves as a refuge for large dogs. They faced opposition from neighbors and the zoning board.
Montour appointed educational consultant Terrence Kusher to fill the top administrative seat left empty earlier this month.
With Wednesday’s ruling, kennel owners Richard and Noreen Kohl can keep Gentle Ben’s Giant Breed Dog Rescue open.
The rink is part of the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Project Power Play initiative.
A Starbucks and Chipolte Mexican Grill are scheduled to open next.
School board is discussing a return to student field trips, a line trimmed from the budget several years ago to save money.
A former detour has become a regular route for some drivers and residents are asking the township to curtail speeding on the road.
Paula Simmons, 24, previously directed the newly created recreation department in Brentwood.
Moon Area School District officials approached Cornell School District officials in June to discuss possibly combining the districts.
A resolution to “Buy Collier First” implements several measures to raise awareness of community businesses on the township website.
Keiterez Bynum says he’s excited to go to work and hopes to make students excited to come to school.
The school district has taken steps to improve science, technology, engineering and math training in curriculum across the board.
Nick Peterson, who grew up in Highland Park, is the new marketing coordinator for Focus on Renewal in McKees Rocks.
Organized by the Three Rivers Quilters Guild, the show offers cash prizes and ribbons to first- through third-place winners in 15
News and other happenings from throughout the west communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the west communities.
A regimen of healthy, natural eating turns out to be a headache.
Princess Mary’s 1914 Christmas present to British soldiers and sailors still has place of honor in the home of Malcolm C. Peplow.
Councilwoman Heather Heidelbaugh, R-Mt. Lebanon, announced last week that she would not run for a second term.
The board authorized the investigation after it could not get satisfactory answers about an administrator’s status with the district.
Officials are investigating two Beaver Falls fires that destroyed multiple buildings over the weekend.
Brought to America in the 1890s, the invasive species may be declining in number, but sympathy for the bird is hard to find.
One of the pieces of evidence against Kirk Stutes was the fact that he was missing a finger, authorities said.
Debra L. Douds, 49, of Rochester Township, was stopped at a red light when her car was struck.
Peter Kalemon, 46, of Aliquippa, had pleaded guilty to mail fraud in September.
The North Fayette library is celebrating its silver anniversary by hiding these tickets in books and other materials.
Nationwide, 3 out of 4 Seasonal Affective Disorder sufferers are women. About 5 percent of the American population suffers from SAD.
Some communities are using salt brine, known as liquid salt, to keep roads free of snow. Europe has been using the substance for years.
David and Jennifer Beatty must still stand trial on child endangerment charges because of the allegedly deplorable condition of their home.
District decision to take its football program “in another direction” stands after the school board voted down a motion to rehire coach
Wendy Snow Walker is the new director of the Henry Mancini Arts Academy and has created a program called Heroes.
James Lawrence, his girlfriend and a childhood friend testified Wednesday that he was with them the night Steven Lee Jr. was killed.
The crash occurred Aug. 7 around 8:14 a.m. when Chief Alan DeRusso's unmarked police car ran a red light and struck a woman's vehicle.
Michael Keaton set the world straight about his hometown during his four-minute heartfelt Golden Globes acceptance speech.
Police said they took drinks and office supplies, and surveillance footage showed them looking through personal information.
The charges stemmed from an investigation into a 2012 rape case involving two football players.
The Sewickley-based company plans to invest about $400 million in the venture over the next five years.
Economy Police Chief Michael O’Brien said a police sketch of the dead woman’s face released late last month hasn’t helped.
Staff found marijuana and pills on Janice Hicks, 55, of Columbus when she tried to visit an inmate at the state prison in Mercer County.
The crash happened at 6:50 a.m. on Freedom Crider Road near the intersection with Woodcroft Road, said Beaver County emergency dispatch.
The warehouse owned by a New York-based company was cited for “significant violations” after an inspection found unsanitary conditions.
Al. Neyer LLC plans to build two single-story warehouses on 40 acres of land in Clinton Commerce Park.
Donald E. Boyer is on paid leave of absence pending his retirement on March 30.
Charles Schaldenbrand was charged after police said he was dealing heroin from a home he rented from the police chief of Robinson.