Pitcairn police will …
Pitcairn police will become the first department in Western Pennsylvania to be equipped to administer a medication to heroin overdose victims.See more
This weekend, 200 …
This weekend, 200 artists from 30 states will transform Walnut Street in Shadyside into an outdoor gallery with original artwork.See more
A messy Steelers …
A messy Steelers team looks distracted in taking a tough preseason loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles.See more
Police officials and …
Police officials and Freeport Area educators came together for a training and information session on handling an active shooter.See more
The August Wilson …
The August Wilson Center is in demand as an event venue, but cooling system repairs will close off the building to events, resulting in less revenue.See more
Records: Steelers RB Bell admitted smoking pot before traffic stop but denied being highBy Margaret Harding 1:14 p.m.
A Steelers running back admitted to a Ross police officer during a traffic stop Wednesday that he had …
Gorman: Life lessons from high school footballBy Kevin Gorman
Danny Cafaro lives in Midland, the west Texas town near the setting for Friday Night …
Youngwood shelter removes 44 dogs, 9 cats from shuttered Fayette SPCABy Liz Zemba
Stoic but near tears, Samantha Hill crouched on the ground outside the Fayette SPCA in …
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Pitcairn police department to carry Narcan for heroin overdosesBy Matthew Santoni 12:38 p.m.
Pitcairn police will become the first department in Western Pennsylvania to be equipped to administer a potentially life-saving medication to heroin overdose victims, officials said. In partnership with Allegheny Health …
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- Youngwood shelter removes 44 dogs, 9 cats from shuttered Fayette SPCA
- Audit: Westmoreland records were at risk in transfer to computer system
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- 9 displaced by fire in Grapeville
Salem teen surprised with Westmoreland Fair Queen winBy Alicia Mcelhaney
Winning came as a big surprise for this year’s Westmoreland Fair Queen, first-time competitor Abby Gillis. “This was my first year running so I told my parents, ‘I don’t expect …
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Google Maps opens business doors to online views for shoppersBy John D. Oravecz
Patti Danforth tells about a customer who comes into her deli in Aspinwall to buy grits. “This gentleman came in, he saw these grits online, and he’s become a very …
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Art Festival on Walnut draws people to Shadyside from all overBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 11:00 a.m.
Kirill Novikov finds inspiration for his paintings on the road. That’s not unusual, since he has spent a large part of his life moving around. A native of St. Petersburg, …
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Dog owners accessorize with canine coutureBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
With National Dog Day coming up Aug. 26, what do you get the dog who has everything? Surprise your puppy love with a satin bow tie, a gem-studded collar or …
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Tuition pays for this?By Walter Williams
According to the College Board, average tuition and fees for the 2013-14 school year totaled $30,094 at private colleges, $8,893 for in-state residents at public colleges and $22,203 for out-of-state residents. Many schools charge yearly tuition and fees close to …