Monroeville

Monroeville Smashburger to open with burger giveaway to valid, licensed school bus drivers

This re-opening is sure to be a smash. A Monroeville restaurant closed since it was heavily damaged in November when a stolen school bus crashed into ...

Winning Cash 5 tickets sold in Monroeville, New Kensington

A $225,000 Cash 5 jackpot will be split by winners in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties, the Pennsylvania Lottery said Monday. The winners of Saturday's jackpot bought ...

Year after mother's breast cancer death, Monroeville woman provides items for chemo patients

It's been a year since Monroeville resident Amy Vestovich lost her mother to breast cancer, and she's using her experience to help comfort other women ...

Gateway board picks Assistant Super William Short to become school superintendent

Gateway School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved the appointment of Assistant Superintendent William Short as district superintendent effective July 1. "I'm honored and humbled by this ...

Pitcairn police joining Project Lifesaver to track wandering by elderly, dementia sufferers

The Pitcairn Police Department is set to initiate technology within the borough aimed at protecting the elderly and individuals with mental illness. Project Lifesaver is a ...

Dress as superhero for 5K run, 1-mile walk to benefit Monroeville's Sunrise School

The Sunrise School in Monroeville will hold its first Super Hero 5K fundraiser Sunday to help get the community involved with the school and raise ...

Monroeville timbering rules revised to comply with state law

Monroeville residents will now be able to timber on their own property by obtaining a permit instead of a conditional use approval after council approved ...

Unhappy with management, Pitcairn EMS employees unionizing

Pitcairn Ambulance Association employees told council this month they plan to join a union as a way to improve the operation, the borough's main provider of ambulance service. "We have had ...

Monroeville author's latest book takes by-the-numbers approach to Bucs' history

Monroeville author David Finoli has been writing about Pittsburgh sports for about 15 years, but said his latest book, "Pirates by the Numbers: A Complete ...

New businesses proposed for William Penn Highway in Monroeville

Monroeville residents may soon see the construction of three new businesses on William Penn Highway. Presentations and public hearings were held during the May 5 council ...

Gateway School Board moving toward armed security guards for all district schools

Gateway School District leaders plan to station armed security guards at all of its seven schools starting later this year. The plan, which would put ...

Pitcairn Council votes to end borough-owned cable, Internet services

After months of debate, Pitcairn Council on Monday decided to end its borough-owned cable and Internet service. Starting July 30, Pitcairn will no longer provide cable ...

Achievement gap committee in Gateway hears ideas from teachers at first meeting

Gateway School District's new achievement gap committee met for the first time April 26 to bring their ideas to the table and hear a history ...

Gateway School Board to hold off on nationwide search for superintendent

The Gateway School Board voted 6-3 on Tuesday night against conducting a nationwide search for a new superintendent. The district is replacing Superintendent Nina Zetty, who ...

Names of Vietnam-era servicemen from Pitcairn due May 12 for memorial upgrade

A Pitcairn official is fulfilling a local veteran's goal by requesting that names of Vietnam-War-era servicemen from Pitcairn be submitted as plans for upgrading the ...

Pitcairn police seeking approval for permanent prescription drug drop box

The Pitcairn Police Department is preparing to combat prescription drug abuse using a method that seems to be trending in Western Pennsylvania. Pitcairn police Chief Scott ...

Firefighters welcome mailman's help during April 20 brush fire in Monroeville

When a fire broke out last month on Point Circle Drive in the Turnpike Gardens area of Monroeville, residents and firefighters got help from an ...

Monroeville's Spectrum Charter School sets 'Touch-A-Truck' for May 14

Children who want to see big trucks up close and personal will get a chance to do just that at Spectrum Charter School's Touch-A-Truck event ...

Monroeville looks to revise timbering rules at state AG's behest

Monroeville officials are taking a look at the municipality's timbering ordinance and zoning requirements after the state Attorney General's Office deemed the ordinance to be ...

Gateway superintendent's early retirement package disclosed

Gateway Superintendent Nina Zetty will receive a settlement of $53,000 plus nearly $20,000 for unused vacation and sick days to retire from the district a ...


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