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Paving, street reconstruction and bridge work will dot much of the Pittsburgh region’s landscape this year.
The tunnel will close at 10 tonight and reopen by 6 a.m. Monday. The posted detour uses West Carson Street to reach the West End Bypass.
Investigators of the Germanwings crash that killed 150 believe a rogue co-pilot locked out his colleague.
Senate Bill 4, a proposed state constitutional amendment, faces scrutiny in the House and may not make fall ballot.
With Dave Schuilenburg out, Ms. Harris faces Bobby Wilson, Randy Zotter and Mark Brentley Sr., who may be removed in a legal challenge.
Under the five-year agreement, the Pittsburgh Stadium Authority and Alco Parking will pay $1.2 million to continue the service.
“I want to be able to go out at the top of my game,” Mr. Reid, 75, said.
Students from Japan visited Norwin schools through a program called Kakehashi, which means “a bridge connecting two sides with differences.
Commissioner Kristen Linfante informs the board she is resigning due to health issues.
Also, German prosecutors say they found evidence that Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers.
The censure motion March 18 by commissioner Jessica Cardillo-Wagenhoffer was approved by a 4-0 vote.
Fixing landslide damage to a portion of Camp Meeting Road in Bell Acres likely will take until the end of the year.
Plan will set priorities for surface maintenance in the community.
Norah Carter, a fifth-grader at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School, won the districtwide competition with her recipe for Garden Pops.
A friend described Charles “Chuck” Coffey as “a plain, simple, nice man” who practiced dentistry for 25 years in Squirrel Hill.
The policy requiring volunteers to obtain criminal clearances, modeled after a new state law, was introduced at the March 18 meeting.
With her round face, shy smile and soft fleshy hands that were never idle, my Nonna Sestili preceded in appearance the Pillsbury Doughboy.
This is the third time that a group of students from Mt. Lebanon High School will perform at the famed music hall.
A life devoted to family and community theater remembered.
Officials with Imagine Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship expect enrollment to increase in 2015-16.
A hydrogeologist is to determine whether gas and oil exploration can be done in the township and, if so, where.
The initiative strives to increase the number of students taking Advance Placement courses.
Montour school directors continued the process of addressing issues left open by the previous administration.
As part of a budget presentation to the school board, Curt Baker discussed salary ranges being negotiated between the union and district.
Officials are concerned that students who do not live in Penn Hills may be fraudulently attending school in the district.
About 10 Fox Chapel students are getting a real-world work experience at Massaro CM Services, the high school construction contractor.
The Settler’s Ridge Homeowner’s Association doesn’t want Speedway to build on Route 286 near Logans Ferry Road in Murrysville.
Scott Stickney, enrichment facilitator at Hampton High School, enlisted students to illustrate his story about a camp for gifted students.
Some scholars questioned the image of Richard that has come down through the centuries: a hideous, bloodstained villain.
The measure spares doctors a 21 percent pay cut if it passes a Senate vote. The bill requires high-income earners to pay higher premiums.
North Versailles residents near the new bridge on Greensburg Pike say drivers now speed through the area.
Fears are grouping that there could be a disruption to oil supplies,and that conflict could lead to a wider sectarian war.
Too great or abrupt a withdrawal by militia forces, analysts said, could complicate the entire Iraqi counteroffensive.
Glenn Haggstrom was the principal executive director of the Office of Acquisition, Logistics and Construction.
The governor agreed to allow a needle exchange in an effort to curb the outbreak, which has resulted in at least 70 cases.
Hillel has attempted to stop local chapters from hosting events that involve speakers or groups deemed to be anti-Israel.
The report does not specify the country where the parties occurred, but an official familiar with the matter identified it as Colombia.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules Thursday to protect Americans from stumbling into what it calls a “debt trap.”
The two vaccines, each given in a single injection, are being tested for safety and efficacy on more than 600 people in Liberia.
The vote came after Tracy Montgomery, mother of the student Kaitlin, addressed the board.
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School news from Pittsburgh region’s north communities.
The Steel Valley school board will decide tonight if a special needs student’s use of a faculty bathroom violates the teachers contract.
The traffic restriction will be in effect from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through April 20.
The sinkhole is in the 2800 block of Laketon Road, just east of the intersection with Crab Hollow Road.
Tracy Montgomery’s daughter Kaitlin, 10, is the subject of a grievance filed by the Steel Valley Education Association.
The teachers union had filed a grievance over the issue at Park Elementary School in Munhall.