The $25.3 million project will limit inbound traffic between the McKees Rocks and Fort Duquesne bridges this year, outbound next year.
County emergency officials said the fire was reported around 5 a.m. at a home on Henon Avenue in Rochester.
The Pittsburgh man’s family is suspicious of the shooting death by Weirton Police.
St. Sharbel, whose relics are at Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church, has thousands of miracles attributed to his intercession.
South Fayette and Bridgeville are part of a task force to ease congestion at the Route 50/Washington Pike interchange.
The school board plans to keep Donna K. Milanovich in the interim post for 2016-17 and it will not fill an assistant superintendent post.
The incident occurred early today at a Sunoco in the 800 block of Merchant Street in Ambridge.
Ken LaSota had said he was following guidelines in an organizational chart.
The warning system was inadvertently activated at 3:45 this afternoon, an official said.
The former boxing champ will be guilty of harassment only if he completes the course, according to his lawyer.
Both measures face veto threats from President Barack Obama.
The former lightweight boxing champion and McKees Rocks resident was charged April 4 with simple assault, harassment and public drunkenness.
The body of a man found on the Ohio River has been turned over to state police for an investigation.
County emergency officials said the crash was reported at 4:14 a.m. in the 100 block of Arthur Drive in Center, Butler County.
More opportunities for grades 7-8 and a rebranding of the district’s image are among the advantages of restructuring, the district says.
It’s a first for the district’s special needs program.
The district is testing a program in which it is offering free dinner to youngsters taking part in after-school programs.
One of the gyms that employed Keith Callen said he passed standard background checks.
State and federal environmental agencies conduct investigation after Glasgow residents raise concerns about dust emissions.
A pupil of Keith Richard Callen alleges she was assaulted multiple times between 2010 and 2015, according to state police.
Eric Washington, 44, surrendered Sunday in the September 2013 shooting death of 45-year-old Jerome Goosby.
The second-largest Protestant body in the nation and region expects debate over role of gays at 10-day General Conference beginning Tuesday.
Susan Kosko, a teacher at Crafton Elementary School, received the national award from the Humane Society of the United States.
A workshop on the Solarize Collier Township campaign will be held Tuesday evening in the township community center.
Impact Christian Church, whose average attendance has grown from about 275 to 700, has been negotiating for months to buy the ice arena.
The congregation built a nearly $3 million church next to its former sanctuary in Robinson.
The Sto-Rox Youth Partnership and Pittsburghers for Public Transit are working together to reroute buses to areas of Stowe and McKees Rocks.
Curt Baker, who was placed on leave in December, has been hired as superintendent of Wilson School District in eastern Pennsylvania.
They claim the district paid female teachers more by giving them more credit than the men for prior experience.
Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church will hold various devotions while the relics are on display May 18-20.
The district plans to raise taxes next year and may need to do so in coming years, too.
Commissioners decided to revise improvements after more than a dozen residents complained about existing traffic, excess noise and trash.
Superintendent Brian White asked the school board to consider putting the medication, used to reverse opioid overdoses, into every school.
Heidelberg Mayor Ken LaSota contends he is just following the new protocol approved by council.
Some of the ideas to combat bullying include bracelets, a box where incidents can be reported anonymously, and a student hotline.
Authorities said Brian Wilbert, 38, of Robinson was shot around 9 p.m. at a house in Burgettstown.
Ingram police Chief Jack Doherty said the incident started at about 2:30 a.m. outside the Scotia Street home of suspect Sean Ball Sr., 38.
Michael John Bickel sentenced to 59 to 118 years in prison as a result of his lengthy and extensive and recorded abuse of boys.
School board will vote tonight on whether to hire Michael Loughead.
The two victims were taken to area hospitals. Their conditions were unknown.
While attention has been focused on nests with live video feeds, dozens of eagles are calling the 10-county region home.
White House symposium acknowledges organizations taking fresh approaches to early STEM learning and professional development.
The Ohio governor will hold a town hall meeting at Montour High School Monday night.
Daniel Thomas Nolder, Jr., 26, of New Brighton was sentenced Thursday in federal court by U.S. District Judge Mark R. Hornak.
State Rep. Jaret Gibbons, a Democrat, has represented the district, which covers parts of Beaver, Lawrence and Butler counties, since 2007.
The 13,000-square-foot headquarters will be at 1301 Fourth Ave. and is projected to cost $3,081,000, nearly $250,000 below estimates.
Money to cover the upgrades will come from the newly dedicated road improvement fund, established after voting for a millage rate increase.
Testimony says the shooting was accidental. Maxwell Morton claims he never was read his rights afer the death of Ryan Mangan, 16.
McKees Rocks man is in the Beaver County Jail on various charges, including causing an accident involving death or personal injury.
The Dormont mother uses the incident to publicize the state Freedom To Breastfeed Act that says mothers can breastfeed anywhere in public.