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James "Garland" Watts, 48, is sought in the fatal shooting of Shawnta Lee, 40, in March 2008.
A program based in McKeesport Area schools provides support for teenage mothers.
With a project like the new wind turbine in front of its high school/middle school, it's not surprising that the Chartiers Valley School
The wood carver came to Washington, Pa., to complete his piece.
Fearing damage from a bursting pipe, many residents are opposed to an ordinance requiring sprinkler systems in patio homes.
William Shakespeare's 450th birthday is World Book Night, when more than 550,000 books will be distributed free throughout the country.
A family is raising money to transport and train the service dog.
The township hopes to set goals for the next decade.
The township wants to use 69 acres of the property to connect to its Fairview Park.
The school board hears about case of student punished for secretly recording his treatment.
Depending on the cost, the school board may decide to renovate the facility or have the team rent space.
Upper St. Clair School District's Bradley Wilson goes the extra mile to help impart his knowledge.
Three-way stop signs at the intersection of Streets Run and Prospect roads in Baldwin Borough are a nightmare.
News briefs from the South suburban area:
Happenings in the South suburban area:
The president and vice president came to highlight the need for educating people and getting them back on the job.
The sophomore was charged with disorderly conduct after recording an incident on his iPad mini.
The men, all of Washington, Pa., are charged in the March 31 killing of Ta'Naiyah Thomas, who was struck by a shot fired through a door.
The accused are two Washington County men, a Latrobe woman and a dentist based in Robinson.
Anthony Cugini, 54, of Upper St. Clair had been charged with obstruction of justice late last year. He was found dead Jan. 8.
Police Capt. John Phoennik, a 25-year veteran of the township force, will become acting police chief on Friday.
Duquesne teachers are being asked to agree to link student achievement to their raises.
Pennsylvania has struggled to get older residents back into the classroom to earn college degrees. But the numbers are improving.
The president and vice president will make a rare joint-appearance Wednesday at the CCAC's West Hills Center in North Fayette.
David D. Wise, 33, of Washington, Pa., claimed he was abused in the Washington County jail.
South Fayette parents told the school board tonight they want to ensure students are comfortable with reporting bullying incidents.
Relocating a maze of utilities has slowed the work at this major South Hills intersection.
Bridgeville borough council passed a resolution to establish the State Route 50/Washington Pike Traffic Improvement Task Force.
The unidentified man was hit near the intersection of Duquesne Avenue and Center Street. He is being treated at Mercy Hospital.
Baldwin-Whitehall teachers take employer to court for fair pay.
The judge said he did not believe William Welsh, 90, killed William Menni, 58, in self-defense on July 26 in Homestead.
The Versailles bar and grille owes more than $53,759 in drink tax liability, Allegheny County officials said.
Three female teachers say they started at a lower end of the pay scale than their male colleagues with the same experience.
The plays, once a staple of the Easter season, are dying out as an expression of Christian faith.
The drilling company refused to allow state investigators on the property for two days.
Judge is scheduled to render a verdict today in the July Homestead shooting death.
District Judge Ethan Ward held Scott Edmonds, 50, for court on charges of homicide and tampering with evidence.
The development, former home to Consol Energy, will include a Whole Foods store and several restaurants.
Ed George directed a Glassport band for 35 years; now his sons and nephew will perform with the South Allegheny band in concert April 10.
Affected homeowners came to Tuesday's commission meeting to talk about the appeals.
Residents complained at Tuesday's meeting about what they call a 'newcomers' tax.'
Officials cite safety and aesthetics as reasons for the project.
Slots are in high demand for apprentice carpenters, steamfitters, cement masons and other jobs.
For the second time in about two years, it appears that St. Ignatius de Loyola Church at the top of Finley Avenue is on the market.
But Mayor Edward Schenck said there's no easy answer to the problems with the wild animals.
Little did Tom Mueller know that his sports interests would become a link to a new professional relationship.
News briefs from the South suburban area:
Happenings in the South suburban area;
The West Virginia Supreme Court will determine if Pennsylvania's Fish and Boat commission can sue Consol Energy over the 2009 fish kill.
Matt Galla faces charges that he stole more than $230,000. He has been held in jail since April 1.