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Alyson Higdon, 14, of McKeesport died at 8:19 p.m. Children’s Hospital, the medical examiner's office said.
Hadi Ibrahim, 42, of Greentree, and Wesam Ibrahim, 40, of Banksville, ran the store, which in 2009 got approval to accept SNAP benefits.
One in three adults 65 and older falls each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The state Department of Environmental Protection also has serious concerns about plans for the mine.
Heather Forsyth, 30, pleaded guilty Wednesday to endangering the welfare of a child in the death of her son, Trenton St. Clair.
Students from the school band will march March 17, while drama students will take part in a workshop with Broadway actors and singers.
Elizabeth Township, McKeesport, the Homestead area and South Side will receive services through the program.
Dave and Lori Santo's proposal to construct a new Goddard School on Painters Run Road was unanimously approved by six commissioners.
The shop, which opened in 1949, has moved to Library and Kings School roads in Bethel Park.
Twin Rivers Intermediate School elects an unusual surface.
A middle school team won the large group prize, a $750 grant; an elementary team won a $500 grant in the small group contest.
The World War II memorial contains names of 144 veterans from the former town of Horning in the southern end of Baldwin Borough.
The show will be held Marcy 15 and 16 at Phipps Garden Center, 1059 Shady Ave.
Sponsored by the Dormont-Mt. Lebanon-Castle Shannon Rotary Club, it will be held March 22 at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church.
Silvi's Art Studio for Kids allows children to be creative; staff don't call themselves teachers, and there are no classes.
In December, Mr. Rose attended his final meeting after 32 years on the board, the most ever of anyone at Bethel Park.
News briefs from the South suburban area:
The changes are designed to have service when riders need it and were made possible by the passage of a state transportation funding bill.
The city, out of road salt, had asked people to stay off its streets, which were coated in snow and ice from the weekend storm.
McKeesport Mayor Michael Cherepko has issued a state of emergency due to dangerous travel conditions.
The $500 million coke battery at the U.S. Steel plant is still emitting too many pollutants 15 months after it was started up.
Major chains dominate the fast-food market, but independent restaurants attract more patrons for family-style and casual dining.
The complaint states the company’s negligence led to a data breach and resulting identity thefts, now the subjects of a federal
Police say whiteout conditions contributed to the crash on Interstate 79.
The advisory said a 'dangerous' squall was moving through Allegheny, Washington and Westmoreland counties that could sharply cut visibility.
Some believe that teaching students to dance would prevent twerking.
Churches will usher in pre-Easter season with services starting next week.
The borough has had to obtain private financing to avoid layoffs, has lost out on tax revenue and may face other problems.
Field upgrades in a Mt. Lebanon park calls for a fundraising component.
The district brought in $6 million more in revenue than was spent.
Slowed barge traffic on the frozen rivers is delaying deliveries to communities.
A lunch and vendor show aims to raise awareness of colorectal cancer and the importance of early screening.
The first program of its kind to be held in the South Hills is expected to draw 89 participating organizations.
Steel Valley Education Foundation's unpaid bill could keep the district from receiving federal funds.
The Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra will perform Rimsky-Korsakov’s "Russian Easter Overture" on March 9 at Heinz Hall.
Founded in 1909 by Milton and Catherine Hershey, the school offers a structured home environment as well as classes for its students.
Variety, the children’s charity, plans to donate 150 adaptive bicycles to youngsters with special needs.
Second-grader Kolette Tetlow of Mt. Lebanon is performing Ivanka in "Once."
The break has closed a section of Castle Shannon Boulevard.
Rachel Shoaf and a friend lured Skylar, 16, from her home on the night of July 6, 2012, and drove to Greene County, where the pair stabbed
The former six-member group is now made up of four and brings with it a new indie-pop sound.
A section of the South Busway will be closed between about 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Wednesday for road work, the Port Authority announced.
The receiver for the Duquesne City School denied the application for a proposed charter school for grades K-6 filed by a group of residents.
The board awarded a contract of as much as $15,000 to Eckles Architecture of New Castle to perform the feasibility study.
The next step will be capping the nearby 6H well and assessing the integrity of the third well, called 8H, the company said.
Out of 58 high school teams, four claimed spots as regional science bowl finalists today, though only one will advance to nationals.
DEP spokesman Scott Perry said the capping work will “definitely push into next week.”
Port Authority is nearing agreement with the developers of a proposed $41.5 million housing complex adjacent to its South Hills Village
Statistics show that an increasing number of senior citizens are staying on the job during their golden years.
At a meeting Wednesday night, Mayor Raymond Bodnar addressed the budget crisis that has forced the borough to seek private financing to