Sixty-five years after Sgt. Joseph Snock of Apollo was captured, his remains have been identified.
Officials are urging caution and common sense during what one group calls “the most dangerous holiday weekend of the year.”
Aggressive campaign to secure a liver for the toddler succeeds with donation from a Nebraska girl who died of a brain tumor.
At the end of a two-week online poll, 10,527 voters said the bridges in Downtown should remain "Aztec Gold."
Kathleen Kane’s twin, Ellen Granahan, was sued in Lackawanna County Court last month by Jacob Wentland III, of Dunmore.
Republican activists contend that Guy Reschenthaler is violating judicial ethical rules.
The crane tipped on its side and damaged the edge of the building’s roof.
Officials cite an increased effort by the Islamic State to galvanize its sympathizers in the United States and elsewhere since Memorial Day.
Humana has nearly 3.2 million people enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans, a total that falls just sort of market leader UnitedHealth.
The Department of Homeland Security is targeting illegal immigrants who are criminally convicted, terrorism threats or new border-crossers.
The North Allegheny school board rolled out both tax increases and a one-to-one technology initiative at their meeting.
David Kremen’s love of foreign lands fit nicely with his work as an international attorney for Westinghouse.
Longtime passion for peering through telescope makes a man wonder what might have been.
In Syria, coalition forces targeted ISIS with nine strikes destroying tactical units, fighting positions, vehicles and structures.
Quick with a quip, Mr. Carter was a significant figure in television during the medium’s earliest days.
A train carrying flammable and toxic gas derailed and caught fire early Thursday in eastern Tennessee.
The International Monetary Fund conceded in a report that Greece has little chance for a sustained recovery without some debt reduction.
An Iranian official on Thursday said Tehran accepts that U.N. monitors need to visit sensitive sites and question nuclear officials.
Former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., who was a Reagan administration Navy secretary, has announced he is entering the race.
Ninety-seven Nigerians were slain by Boko Haram militants while they were praying in mosques in a northeastern town, following the killing
Monroeville residents with a house valued at the average $107,900 should see an increase of $46.88 per year on their taxes.
“We are committed to providing a welcoming atmosphere free of offensive symbols,” the tracks and their ownership groups stated Thursday.
The proposal calls for 140 townhouses on 24 acres that used to be the Woodville State Hospital property.
The school board voted 6-1 to approve the budget, which includes the maximum real estate tax hike allowed by the state index.
The wings were equipped with 17,000 solar cells that charged batteries. The plane ran on stored energy at night.
Two classes –– Midsummer Night’s (Berry) Jam and Ferment This (From Kimchi to Kraut) –– were designed to take advantage of summer’s bounty.
The average homeowner is expected to pay an additional $25 in property taxes under the new budget.
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Former administrator Phil Martell is now being accused of “double dipping,” or billing two organizations for the same trip expenses.
Board members questioned why worker rates varied for different sport events, and the tabled action on 3 percent raises for some employees.
The American Association of University Women honored Sister Rita Yeasted, professor at La Roche College, for 25 years of women’s advocacy.
Through Project SEED, economically disadvantaged high school students get to take part in actual scientific research.
Students read a book and play a corresponding game at the district’s summer family literacy program. Parents are also encouraged to attend.
School news from the Pittsburgh region’s north communities.
Last year, the event raised $32,000 for the Public Library. This year a garden party will be held including hors d'oeuvres, sweets and live
“You don’t buy a Cadillac when your budget calls for a Kia,“ writer says.
The governor’s veto of the high-profile Republican priority comes after a Tuesday veto of a GOP-crafted state budget.
The U.S. faces Japan on Sunday for the World Cup title, a rematch of the 2011 final.
Jason Cooper, 38, of Verona is scheduled to appear before Judge David R. Cashman on Aug. 12 for motions court and a trial.
The bridge has been closed since March 23, when it was damaged in a crash involving a novice driver.
The inbound closure extends from Stanhope to Corliss streets while crews test electrical systems.
Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration claims the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority is violating state law by withholding the money.
Combined, 97.1 percent of the teachers received distinguished or proficient ratings compared to 96.9 percent the prior year.
The settlement in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill represents the largest environmental settlement in American history.
Delegates at the American Federation of Teachers Pennsylvania convention want the state Legislature to repeal the current teacher
The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief’s visit to Tehran is intended to seek a plan to examine Iran’s past nuclear program experiments.
Volunteers have collected nearly 50 tons of trash alone this year.
European officials said there would be no further debt negotiations with Greece until after its planned referendum Sunday.
The Ellis School is the only all-girls private preK-12 school in Pittsburgh, but has struggled to differentiate itself from other schools.