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More than 100 residents, including schoolchildren, helped Bernie Wilkie create a community mural in Rochester Borough.
New $15 million commissary replaces the C.E. Kelly facility in Collier
The students are part of a program called Beyond School Walls, sponsored by Comcast in conjunction with Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Craig Campbell has 26 years of police service under his belt.
A proponent of transparency, Mr. Phoennik said visibility is important in the community.
The Western Allegheny Community Library in North Fayette has costumes to buy or exchange.
Here are the trick-or-treat hours for West communities:
Carlynton Senior High School’s shot put field is expected to be moved because it is too close to site of discus throw.
The Wildlife Federation requires that people interested in having a backyard habitat provide food, water and shelter for birds and insects.
A Web ad uses wedding gowns as candidates in the upcoming elections.
News, events and other happenings throughout the West communities.
Carnegie and Coraopolis
Perhaps no practice in history has been as misunderstood and maligned as witchcraft.
Customers can bring containers to a water buffalo at Boyce Plaza in Upper St. Clair, or to the 7-Eleven store on Boyce in South Fayette.
The officer, who was not identified, was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital with a “non-critical” injury, police said.
Robert L. Burgess, 37, is charged with homicide for his role in the shooting deaths of Richard and Demetria Harper, both 32.
The new main break is along Boyce Road, near another break that impacted service for numerous customers Monday.
PennDOT spokesman Steve Cowan said sealing work on a bridge deck occurred overnight, but the sealant did not cure as quickly as anticipated.
Terry Sempf, 57, of New Brighton, was found guilty earlier this month of paying drug addicts to shoplift items from Walmart and
PennDOT has stopped detouring traffic onto Route 22/30 ramps, but outbound delays are still heavy.
Pennsylvania American Water Co. said Boyce will be closed between Mayview Road and Washington Pike for the rest of the day.
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office said Tyray Evans was shot inside a home on Pleasant Ridge Drive.
The McGurk family advocates for medical marijuana law in Pennsylvania to help their two girls with severe epilepsy.
Some residents are worried about how the change will affect emergency response times, noise levels and development.
Murals, an important decorative element of movie theaters in the early part of the last century, are still included in new venues.
Carnegie is trying to decide whether to lose a tennis court to save a 100-year-old tree.
The amendment approved by Collier will permit inns, hotels and convenience stores.
Incumbent Republican Jim Christiana is facing Democrat Paul Cain in his bid for a third term representing Beaver and Washington counties.
Democrat Nick Kotik, who has been in office since 2003, faces Republican Ben Gross, a corporate attorney from Rosslyn Farms.
Five local school districts use SMALLab — McKeesport Area, Elizabeth Forward, West Allegheny, Seneca Valley and Pittsburgh Public Schools.
The school district hopes to generate at least half of the electricity it requires.
Elizabeth Smith of McKees Rocks was instrumental in changing the way members were elected to the board.
Paul Carman, who had robbed another bank in 2008 and went to prison, said he has had a lifelong battle with heroin and alcohol.
Firefighters responded at 5:23 p.m. to the one-alarm blaze in the 400 block of Noblestown Road.
She said the furloughs are likely if a state hearing examiner’s decision ruling that it must implement its teacher contract stands.
The inbound off-ramp is scheduled to close at 10 p.m. Friday, and the outbound off-ramp at 10 p.m. Saturday.
Nick Trombetta's lawyers want the judge to throw out the government's charges or limit its evidence gleaned from the recordings.
The commissary sells groceries at discounted prices to military personnel, veterans and their families.
Lane closures are possible in both directions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through next Monday.
The closure will be in effect from 8 tonight until 6 a.m. Monday.
New plans would entail closing Millers Run Road and installing cul-de-sacs positioned to the east and west of the Route 50 interchange.
These visitors spread cheer just by being there.
Commissioners voted 4-1 to make 4-year degrees part of the qualifications, along with a drivers’ license.
The council president asked members to look at Mt. Lebanon’s ordinance, passed in June 20112.
The Ridge at Robinson would consist of five buildings near Settlers Ridge shopping center.
Donaldson Elementary School in North Fayette is the first school in the West Allegheny School District to achieve the national recognition.
The police force named Kenton McElhattan an honorary police officer after he donated funds to purchase Nevo.