A Plum teacher, …
A Plum teacher, charged with having sex with a female student earlier this year, is again facing charges of witness intimidation.See more
The use of …
The use of human-waste sludge from Alcosan’s North Side treatment facility as fertilizer in Ohio remains controversial.See more
A proposed bill …
A proposed bill to privatize state liquor sales was approved in committee Sunday, setting up vote by the full Senate.See more
Two Uniontown natives’ …
Two Uniontown natives’ charity, which honors their best friend who was seriously injured in Afghanistan, aims to benefit wounded veterans.See more
Pennsylvania will require …
Pennsylvania will require shale drillers to disclose electronically the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing for a state-run database.See more
Scaife trustees seek dismissal of siblings’ lawsuitBy Mike Wereschagin 11:02 p.m.
Trustees for a fund exhausted by late Tribune-Review publisher Dick Scaife asked an Allegheny County judge to dismiss …
Starkey: Parents provide Cervelli’s inspirationBy Joe Starkey 10:55 p.m.
It shouldn’t be surprising that the Chinese characters on Francisco Cervelli’s tattoos — the ones …
- Softball players commit to Seton Hill 9:30 p.m.
He’s fired: NBC severing business relationship with TrumpBy The Associated Press
NEW YORK — NBC said Monday that it is ending its business relationship with mogul …
- Pittsburgh capital plans shift to repairs to police, fire, paramedic stations 11:15 p.m.
- Newsmaker: Dr. J. Anthony Graves 11:12 p.m.
- 80 percent of drivers found exceeding speed limit in Mt. Lebanon, Bethel Park 11:06 p.m.
- Southside zoning clashes with parking: Workers hurt 11:06 p.m.
More witness intimidation charges filed against Plum teacherBy Adam Brandolph 10:57 p.m.
A Plum High School teacher, charged with institutional sex assault and intimidation of a female student, was arrested again Monday and charged for a second time with contacting the teenager …
- Hempfield Area balances budget with 1.79-mill tax increase 11:27 p.m.
- St. Vincent professor, students use interviews to refresh drug addiction data 11:24 p.m.
- Mt Pleasant police officer assaulted while making arrest
- Fire extinguished at Smithton commercial building
- Route 119 ramp to Route 819 to be closed in July
Hempfield dentist-turned-missionary-turned-author offers advice for youthsBy Jacob Tierney
First he was a dentist, then he was a missionary, now he’s an author. Hempfield resident Ron Dingee recently self-published his third book, and it’s different from anything he’s done …
- Snappers treat revitalizes Edward Marc Brands chocolatier, which scrambles to keep up 11:18 p.m.
- Heinz executives to dominate post-merger management of Kraft Heinz Co. 11:18 p.m.
- Supreme Court justices ream EPA for ignoring costs to meet air standards 11:00 p.m.
- Supreme Court rules against EPA power plant mercury limits
- University mine rescue teams join to set rules, competitions
Drillers to submit electronic records on fracking chemicals to Pa. DEPBy Katelyn Ferral
Pennsylvania will require shale gas companies to disclose electronically the chemicals they use in hydraulic fracturing in a new state-run database by next summer. Department of Environmental Protection Secretary John …
- He’s fired: NBC severing business relationship with Trump
- Pitt professor’s ‘Dead Boys’ addresses impact of violence
- Storytime in the Park program a big hit in Burrell
- Hempfield dentist-turned-missionary-turned-author offers advice for youths
- Librarian chronicles history of Fayette County executions
- Parade, fireworks will mark 107th Springdale Fireman’s Jubilee
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Music for the Spirit comes to CMUBy Mark Kanny
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Music for the Spirit concert series will come to Carnegie Mellon University for two concerts July 1, both led by resident conductor Fawzi Haimor. The two …
- Guests come out to support Renewal at Start of New Beginnings
- Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh’s ‘Out of This World’ opening
- YWCA of Westmoreland County continues to establish priorities
- Inside Ligonier Valley — A Home Tour
Murrysville native Bullock vying for Women’s Health magazine’s ‘Next Fitness Star’By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 9:10 p.m.
Exercise has been a part of Christine Bullock’s life since she was 3 years old. She began with ballet lessons and has continued some form of workout since then. All …
- What John Roberts left out 9:36 p.m.
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- Speaking out
The payoff for IranBy Ray Takeyh 9:36 p.m.
As the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the United States enter their final stages, one of the most salient questions that should be considered is how the Islamic republic would spend the billions of dollars it would receive as a …