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State police are investigating a three-vehicle crash on the Parkway West at Campbell's Run Road in Collier.
Wearing a T-shirt with the motto "I can't do it alone," Lauryn Williams emphasized the debt she owes Rochester.
Lawrence County Children and Youth Services placed Eileen Ann Bower's baby in foster care after she tested positive for opiates.
The men were convicted of killing Jordan Coyner, 20, because they thought he sold marijuana and would have cash to steal.
Representatives outlined safety precautions for planned natural gas drilling on about 9,000 acres surrounding Pittsburgh International.
The Pittsburgh region is home to many people who celebrate Ireland year-round ... whether they are Irish or not.
Road salt was just one of the issues on the minds of municipal managers from Bridgeville, Scott, South Fayette, Collier and Upper St. Clair.
Resident Marcella McGrogan will be honored at the event March 27, which also features Joe Negri and his trio performing.
The local students raised $15,403.38 for the annual 46-hour marathon.
In August, Allegheny County and Oakdale cleaned out storm water drains on Seminary Avenue in South Fayette and Oakdale.
Supervisors are expected to rule May 9 on the company's application to build a gas station and convenience store on Maple Street Extension.
The township's supervisors are seeking a new, less expensive contract.
The majority of the parents at the school board meeting wanted to keep five elementary schools open.
Though details are not disclosed, council voted to advertise the ordinance that names the department as the borough's official fire company.
Six video cameras have been posted at major intersections in the township's most popular shopping center.
Municipal news briefs from the West suburban area:
Happenings in the West suburban area:
Findlay will hold a public hearing for more discussion on the energy company’s plans to drill near Pittsburgh International Airport.
The 200-meter velodrome is expected to be finished this summer and available for the four-team league next spring.
A paving project in North Fayette at the Oakdale interchange of Route 22/30 will cause detours starting April 1.
Supervisors canceled the contract with Pennsylvania American Water Co. to extend water lines on Natures Way and Old Steubenville Pike.
Douglas Dunham, 77, of McDonald, in February surrendered his license to practice medicine after he charged patients for samples.
Attorneys for Nick Trombetta say 4 million documents will be used to prosecute the former head of the Midland-based school.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., called an Air Force decision to keep eight C-130 transport planes in Moon a "major victory."
Oakdale officials, private property owners and Allegheny County representatives gathered at the Oakdale council meeting tonight to discuss
The men have been charged with arson and criminal conspiracy in a Beaver County fire.
One in three adults 65 and older falls each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
These students are going to the dogs — and cats — in new veterinary tech training program.
The plan also proposes renovating Allard and expanding Hyde school.
The district also plans to upgrade its swimming pool filtration system.
Society member Mary Ann Hutter said the two-room museum fosters an appreciation of how the township has changed and grown.
Township commissioners last week unanimously approved an 18-month contract with Integrated Goose Management.
May will mark the 125th anniversary of the Johnstown Flood, and that disaster was the topic of two winning research projects in this year’s
Musician and former McKeesport resident Ryan Joseph Ogrodny visited schools this week to instruct orchestra students in several techniques.
The Pittsburgh Savoyards, which performs the musical comedies of Gilbert and Sullivan, starts the season at 8 p.m. Friday.
Township officials have moved forward with a funding plan to extend sewer lines and to renovate the North Branch Road municipal building.
News briefs from the West suburban area.
Municipal news briefs from the West suburban area.
Happenings in the West suburban area.
The fire is in the 500 block of Fifth Avenue and no injuries have been reported.
There is no threat and no further action is required, according to the county emergency services department.
McDonald council members voted tonight to use $12,000 from natural gas drilling impact fees to pay for road salt.
Melissa Tates, 34, died when her car struck a utility pole at Liberty Avenue and 17th Street this morning.
Industry Borough prepares for coming snowstorm after a fire destroys the town's snow supplies, including rock salt and snow plows.
The company said net income jumped by 24 percent in the 2012 fourth quarter while sales rose by 6.4 percent.
Gregroy Dell'Omo has been president at Robert Morris since 2005.
The 45-year-old is accused of using fraudulent invoices to get hundreds of thousands of dollars from his employer.
Major chains dominate the fast-food market, but independent restaurants attract more patrons for family-style and casual dining.
Plans include a traffic light, crosswalks and a bus hub with bike station.
They have formed a partnership, allowing students to take an automotive and diesel technologies course at Rosedale three days a week.