The former Pennsylvania …
The former Pennsylvania senator will formally announce his candidacy for U.S. president today in Butler County.See more
A high school …
A high school teacher is going to trial on charges of intimidating an alleged victim of sexual abuse after she testified in district court today.See more
Swiss prosecutors launched …
Swiss prosecutors launched a massive probe into FIFA late Tuesday as the U.S. arrested seven officials and agents raided offices.See more
Cake designer Cathy …
Cake designer Cathy Burnheimer, who has a fully licensed bakery in her home, incorporates a personal touch into her creations.See more
Greensburg Central Catholic …
Greensburg Central Catholic used a big fifth inning to push past California for its first WPIAL Class A baseball title.See more
Parkway West to see closures the rest of the week, weekendBy Melissa Daniels 1:39 p.m.
Inbound lanes of the Parkway West will be closed throughout the weekend as part of ongoing PennDOT construction. …
Rossi: Steelers’ tarnished Bell rings trueBy Rob Rossi
Messages matter. And a lot of people who make their living in the NFL — …
North Shore access to be limited Saturday for Chesney concert, officials sayBy Bob Bauder 1:43 p.m.
Access to the North Shore will be limited to Reedsdale Street on Saturday because of street closures designed …
- North Shore access to be limited Saturday for Chesney concert, officials say 1:43 p.m.
- Parkway West to see closures the rest of the week, weekend 1:39 p.m.
- Land eyed for trail connectors to expand Harrison Hills Park
- UPMC offering buyouts to 3,500 employees in cost-cutting move
Plum teacher held for trial on charges of witness intimidationBy Megan Guza 12:43 p.m.
A judge on Wednesday upheld intimidation charges against a Plum high school teacher amid tearful testimony from the alleged victim. Drew Zoldak, a science teacher, is charged with two counts …
- Tenant charged in fire that destroyed Latrobe apartment house 1:42 p.m.
- Ligonier Township K-9 officer home to recover from deadly collision
- Westmoreland jail warden pushes for full-body scanner to find drugs, contraband
- Westmoreland shooting victim flown to Pittsburgh hospital
- State police to offer car seat inspections in Hempfield
Vandals ruin Ligonier Township farmers’ gardenBy Nicole Chynoweth
Todd Fasnacht and his wife, Beth Roxby, left the Army about two years ago and retreated to rural Wilpen Road in Ligonier Township to dig in the dirt. The owners …
- Citizens Bank executive kept busy by spinoff
- Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto returning from manufacturing trade mission to Cuba 12:34 p.m.
- Pittsburgh gasoline prices nearing $3
- Beaver Valley nuclear reactor returns to service
- Billionaires club to decline as they retire
UPMC offering buyouts to 3,500 employees in cost-cutting moveBy Alex Nixon
UPMC is offering buyouts to 3,500 of its older workers in a move to cut costs as the Pittsburgh hospital giant adjusts to slowing demand for hospital-based care. The nonprofit …
- Pittsburgh shortens the party for Chesney fans
- Hines Ward appearing on ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’
- Review: ‘Last Five Years’ gets by on musical talents
- St. Vincent’s ‘Wonderettes’ mix nostalgia with ’50’s, ’60’s hits
- Apple Hill Playhouse’s ‘Butterflies’ twists a coming-of-age story
- Sewickley native Palmer calls new music collection ‘Southern soul’ sound 12:37 p.m.
Duquesne Club leader influenced Pittsburgh restaurant sceneBy Rex Rutkoski
As a child, Keith Coughenour sat transfixed in front of his family’s television when it was time for Graham Kerr’s “The Galloping Gourmet” show. “For me, it felt like watching …
- The Wine Cellar: Importer’s efforts bring French artisan wines to U.S.
- KitchenWise: Mastering the fine art of a deceptively simple tossed salad
- Kiya Tomlin to be featured on Aspire TV show
- Designs for special needs an untapped market 12:37 p.m.
Ohio Township cake designer incorporates personal touch in creationsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Cathy Burnheimer has a sweet job. She is a custom cake designer. “A cake should be the centerpiece and focal point of any special occasion and should be a one-of-a-kind, …
- Scholarships to a brighter future
- Don’t scapegoat police officers
- Rewards of hard work
- Memorial Day: Remembering a generation defined by duty, one woven into our national tapestry
- Twisting statistics to smear cops
Decline of Christian AmericaBy Pat Buchanan
“This is a Christian nation,” said the Supreme Court in 1892. “America was born a Christian nation,” echoed Woodrow Wilson. Harry Truman affirmed it: “This is a Christian nation.” But in 2009, Barack Obama begged to differ: “We do not …