Ellwood City Area avoids teachers' strike

The 130 teachers in the Ellwood City Education Association worked out the agreement with the school board late Monday.

 Bill Cosby, 78, faces numerous accusations of sexual misconduct.

Pitt to consider rescinding honorary degree bestowed on Cosby

Bill Cosby received an honorary degree from Pitt during Pitt-Johnstown's 2002 graduation, where he was commencement speaker.

Community meeting on Moon-Cornell merger draws 80 people

Merger discussions between the neighboring schools have been ongoing over 30 years, with at least four formal attempts to merge occurring.

Police: College football player stabs teammate with corkscrew

Albright College freshman Marquis Stewart, of Bethlehem, was arrested after the stabbing early Sunday in Crowell Hall.




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Pittsburgh firm angling for launch of its moon rover

The race to the moon is heating up, but Pittsburgh’s entry, Astrobotic, thinks the competition helps them.

Financially strapped state universities are asked about their assets

The 14 State System universities hold hundreds of millions in unrestricted net assets but most are earmarked.


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Pa. environmental groups endorse Supreme Court candidates

The chambers of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of the Pa. General Assembly) The leadership of Clean Water

Perry on Politics: A party no longer grand

U.S. Representative Daniel Webster (R-FL) arrives for a Republican caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, October 9,