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Work will occur between Chatham Park Drive and McKinney Lane starting at 7 p.m. today through Friday.
The fire started in a home on the 500 block of Richland Road at about 3:30 p.m.
A family of two was displaced after their home on the 500 block of Richland Road caught fire around 3:30 p.m.
Kennywood closed an hour early after large groups of teenagers disrupted park operations.
Ms. Castaphany was released on bond on charges including multiple counts of harassment, reckless endangerment and simple assault.
Jon Simpson Mattison, 44, is charged with indecent assault, unlawful restraint and simple assault in connection with an incident Wednesday.
An Allegheny County official said no one was struck by the gunfire. County police investigators were collecting evidence at the scene.
As residents of Clairton townhomes await word of whether their homes will be bought and repaired, lawyers continue to mediate a solution.
The improvements include a walking-and-jogging trail, portable bleachers and concrete stairs with handrails.
Students in the Creating Value program will work to transform the area around Barrett Elementary School in Homestead.
The three incumbents want to retain their seats. Four candidates will be chosen to run for the three seats in the general election.
Marie Erickson created material for prospective mentors with the Art Expression program, including a guide book and a video.
Pier Lee, library director for 40 years, is retiring this year. She is being replaced by retired district librarian Myra Oleynik.
She will fill the seat until Jan. 4, when Kristen Linfante’s term expires. Ms. Linfante resigned for health reasons.
Her parents had a difficult time keeping the exciting news from their daughter until it was official.
The event at 1449 Potomac Avenue will feature a private screening of “West Side Story.”
Painting with a Twist, a national franchise that turns art into a social event, is thriving in the Pittsburgh area.
News and other happenings throughout the south communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
Maybe I should have better things to do, but I’m worried about the furry corpses.
The crackdown is the result of a crash in Bedford County that injured a paving crew member.
Diamantia Serrano and his younger brother Diassandai were among more than 30 people indicted in 2013 following an FBI investigation.
Police said a parent notified authorities that a student had posted a video on Facebook saying he was going to “shoot up the school.”
Several people made it out of the buildings and firefighters evacuated a high-rise next door as a precaution.
Traffic will be limited to one lane at the Parkway West ramp overpass from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.
Shannon Varley was named director of curriculum, instruction, assessment and staff development.
Police said a security officer noticed Mr. Harbaugh standing naked several times and a bus driver was able to snap a picture last week.
James Lignelli, 59, of Collier also was fined $300,000 for inflating appraisals for properties so they would qualify for mortgages.
Police said the teen had told investigators that she had been sexually assaulted in Cross Creek Park in Washington County on April 6.
Larry Snow of Seward was a tax preparer in Washington County who pleaded guilty in 2012 to filing fraudulent returns.
The library board had asked Peters council to take over payroll, human resources and other financial aspects of the library.
Bryce Harper, 28, was among 34 people, mostly from the Monongahela Valley, indicted in 2013 after a year-long investigation.
In the section between Carnahan Road and McKinney Lane, traffic will be down to one lane in both directions.
The parkway will be closed at 10 p.m. nightly from Green Tree-Crafton to Interstate 79.
The blaze broke out Sunday at Green Filter USA, which is connected to the representative's office in Mount Braddock.
Speeding continues to be a problem in the residential neighborhoods of Peters, council members heard tonight.
The bridge was to close at 7 a.m. and remain closed through May 8.
A standoff between a man who barricaded himself in his home and police continued for most of the night Sunday.
Slippery Rock party reportedly resulted in unruly behavior.
An emergency dispatcher supervisor confirmed that the blaze at Nu-Metrics Inc. was reported shortly after 9 a.m.
Justin Ballard, 26, of McKees Rocks, survived the 11:28 a.m. shooting but later died at Allegheny General Hospital.
Lawyer Guy Amantangelo pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy and another count of possession of a gun by a drug user.
Police said bus driver Timothie Newton noticed problems with the bus, pulled onto the shoulder and saw smoke coming from the rear.
Brian Gust, of Nottingham, was charged in the road rage incident Wednesday on Interstate 79.
Teens are favoring crop-top dresses in bright colors with bling.
All parts of the building now are either renovated or new construction.
Tyler McCandless, an elite runner in the Pittsburgh marathon, is serving as a marathon ambassador to McClellan Elementary School.
Students from Bethel Park, Brentwood, Canon-McMillan and South Fayette districts discuss technology that permits anonymous gossip and hate.
McMurray Elementary will have chorus and music classes reinstated as part of the class day in the 2015-16 school year.
Keystone Oaks High School and Seton-La Salle High School students were given a firsthand look of what can happen due to drunken drinking.