The construction company Jendoco took its name in honor of the founder’s late mother, Jenny Dozzi.
The 22-year-old from Richland was an advocate for work for the disabled, an Eagle Scout and volunteer who inspired others to
Sentencing has been scheduled for three former officials at Penn State convicted of child endangerment in the Sandusky molestation scandal.
The employee at a swimming pool manufacturing company in central Pennsylvania was killed after he was trapped under a 1,200-pound mold.
The Liberty Bridge and the inbound Liberty Tunnel will be closed this weekend as part of ongoing deck reconstruction work.
Passengers on future United Airlines flights will be given more of an incentive to give up their seats when the plane is oversold.
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The plan addresses concerns raised by a January report on the Pittsburgh Public School system and caps off Anthony Hamlet’s first year.
A judge ordered an IUP student to stand trial on felony homicide and assault charges after a fight lead to the death of his frat brother.
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An effort to use technology to keep alcohol-impaired drivers from starting their cars failed its first public test 50 years ago.
Donald Trump hasn’t yet delivered on any man of his campaign promises, but his administration claims he’s outperformed predecessors.
“If I did marriages, would I do a gay marriage? Yeah,” said candidate Dan Butler, who does not perform marriages.
Phil Coyne, who turns 99 today, has been an usher at Pittsburgh baseball stadiums since 1936.
Geriatric psychiatrist Charles “Chip” Reynolds III has for decades been one of Pittsburgh’s and the nation’s leading scholars and