Murrysville

Hribal attorney granted access to evidence in bid to transfer case to juvenile court

More than a month past a court-imposed filing deadline, the attorney for a former Franklin Regional student accused of stabbing 20 of his classmates and ...

Franklin Township authority project moving along

Franklin Township Municipal Sanitary Authority officials say the main sewer line that crosses Turtle Creek and carries waste to the Meadowbrook Road treatment plant in ...

Franklin Township Municipal Sanitary Authority to advocate for Pucketa watershed residents

The Franklin Township Municipal Sanitary Authority has been working to help 37 property owners in the Pucketa Creek watershed gain access to Washington Township sewer ...

Murrysville council considers new broadcasting system

Murrysville has gotten pretty good mileage out of its public-access broadcasting system, but officials said the time to replace it has come. "Going 20 years with ...

Pittsburgh prayer, outreach group aims to draw attention to human trafficking

When Kara Griffin of Murrysville read a 2014 news story about Free the Girls, a nonprofit that aids victims of human trafficking, she decided to ...

Plans in works for Morosini Reserve between Murrysville, Salem

As its members mark its 25th anniversary, the Westmoreland Conservancy is making plans for the largest piece of land added yet to its preservation program. More ...

3 injured in head-on crash along Saltsburg Road in Murrysville

Three people were injured Wednesday in a two-vehicle, head-on collision along the 4300 block of Saltsburg Road in Murrysville. All three were taken to Forbes Regional ...

Export, Delmont officials stress importance of using Web to keep residents informed

When Export Councilwoman Melanie Litz is looking for information, whether it's a contact number or an event, the first thing she does is search for ...

Franklin Regional school board will hold three February meetings

Due to its spring break schedule, the Franklin Regional School District will hold three school board meetings next month. The district's spring break is schedule for ...

Duquesne project deals with feral cat issues like those in Export

A Duquesne University student has found a mathematical way of dealing with nuisance animal populations like those in Export involving stray and feral cats. The plan ...

Murrysville council seeks state input on drilling regulations

As the state Department of Environmental Protection's Environmental Quality Board prepares to review new regulations for the oil and gas industry, Murrysville officials will wait ...

Franklin Regional to close campus for the weekend begining at 6 p.m.

The Franklin Regional School District will be closing at 6 p.m. today, Jan. 22, due to the forecasted snow moving into the region. The campus will ...

Parkour practitioners will hold Murrysville clinic

When Steve DiGirolamo walks around, whether it's in the woods, a park or an urban landscape, he sees opportunity. He sees the opportunity to vault, flip, ...

Sewing groups join effort to 'Warm up America'

As winter weather finally made its grand entrance in the Pittsburgh area last week, keeping warm has become a crucial task. Local sewing groups have taken ...

2nd crash, not rollover, killed Franklin Regional grad, Wecht testifies

Export teenager Andrew Lysell survived a rollover crash when one of his friends lost control of a car while rounding a curve on a Murrysville ...

Murrysville vehicular homicide suspects trade blame

Through their attorneys, two men accused of vehicular homicide in the death of one of their high school friends on a dark, winding Murrysville road ...

Carroll will discuss history of Sardis at Murrysville Historical Preservation Society meeting

When David Carroll of Washington Township began researching the history of the Sardis area — what was once the northern tip of Franklin Township — ...

Feeding ban not the solution in Export, cat groups say

John Sever doesn't like to see animals suffer in the cold weather without food. He's even willing to feed an opossum if one comes around. "I'll ...

Fundraising challenge could net Delmont Library up to $20,000

Delmont Library officials are hoping a fundraiser that continues through Valentine's Day will show patrons' love for the library. A longtime library patron has offered to ...

Murrysville man to be charged after car crashes into state police cruiser

Charges are pending against a 49-year-old Murrysville man whose car collided with a state police cruiser along Route 22 at about 7 p.m. Monday. Trooper Joseph ...


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