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Nancy T. O'Shea, 72, died after her vehicle crashed off Mt. Pleasant Road.
Westmoreland County emergency crews were called at 1:38 p.m. for a report of a person struck on Lowber Road.
The votes didn’t commit the district to build the center.
Paul R. Christie, 77, was found in the garage behind his home, pinned beneath a brush hog, the coroner’s office said.
The U.S. attorney's office said in court papers that Dr. John Johnson conspired with William Hughes to defraud insurers of millions.
Latrobe police have charged Jesse Kuhns with having sex with the boy when he stayed at her home in March.
A boil water advisory has been lifted for customers in Hempfield and Unity, according to the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County.
The North Huntingdon commissioners on Wednesday night discussed possible ways to fix a slide under the edge of Pine Hollow Road.
The Unity communities of Hostetter, Marguerite, Lycippus, and Whitney will be without service until further notice.
The school board heard an update on the fundraising campaign for the district’s proposed Science, Technology, Engineering and Math center.
Two students presented school board members with a petition containing signatures asking for the reinstatement of John “Sarge” Resetar.
Dameian Lee Williams, 43, has been charged with 26 counts of theft from a motor vehicle.
Melvin Knight’s lawyer, James Geibig, had argued that the jury wasn't properly sworn in prior to hearing the penalty trial.
Angela Marinucci was a juvenile at the time of the torture-killing of a mentally disabled woman.
John S. Longo, a retired turnpike maintenance worker, will be sentenced Jan. 22.
Airport officials said the plane carrying a pilot and one passenger skidded to a halt on the runway around 11;15 a.m.
The defense attorney wrote in a June motion that the 16-year-old continues to "deteriorate" in a juvenile detention center.
John Resetar, 70, received a certified letter from his employer, Capital Asset Protection Inc., stating he would no longer be employed.