Pirates 1, Astros 0 …
Pedro Alvarez smacked a solo home run in the fifth inning, and it was the only offense the Pirates would need in a 1-0 win.See more
Retracing a Civil War …
Retracing a Civil War veteran’s steps, a pair of “drummer boys” are marching from the North Side to Gettysburg.See more
Home security systems are …
Home security systems are more than just alarms, with modern technology helping to deliver peace of mind.See more
ATM fees are up …
ATM fees are up 20 percent over the last 5 years, but there are ways to avoid the increasing charges.See more
More than 80 teapots, …
More than 80 teapots, of every imaginable description, make up the exhibit “teapots! 7th Invitational” on display in Shadyside.See more
Alleged Washington County carjacker arrested at airportBy Timothy Puko
State police are holding a Chicago-area man on charges he stole his ex-wife’s car in Washington County before …
Alvarez blast lifts Pirates past AstrosBy Rob Biertempfel 8:39 p.m.
The home run Pedro Alvarez hit Sunday afternoon was not the longest, loudest or most …
Militaries’ growing use of ground robots raises ethics concernsBy Andrew Conte
If North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un ever orders troops into the demilitarized zone, an …
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Campaign makes push for organ donationsBy Tory N. Parrish
Ron Gooden, 56, considers his birthday to be Nov. 22, 2011. That’s the day the Hampton resident received a heart transplant. “I just thank God every day for the donor …
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Monessen revival boils down to money that could be difficult to secureBy Richard Gazarik and Kate Wilcox
Monessen officials stand little chance of pulling together as much as $8.5 million to match a portion of the $30.5 million in public financing they say would transform the Rust …
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Automated teller machine fees up 20 percent in 5 yearsBy Thomas Olson
With income from lending and investing flat, banks are pulling more money out of ATMs these days. Automated teller machine fees increased 20 percent in the past five years, said …
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Morgan Contemporary Glass’ teapots exhibit pours on the creativityBy Kurt Shaw 9:15 p.m.
More than 80 teapots, of every imaginable description, make up the exhibit “teapots! 7th Invitational” on display at Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery in Shadyside. The works are from more than …
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Mon-Vale Health Resources celebrates 25th GalaBy Kate Benz 9:29 p.m.
“We were kidding (each other) about how many of us have been here for all 25,” said Monongahela Valley Hospital prez Louis Panza Jr. “I know I’m on the list.” …
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Obama’s empty ‘justice’By Michelle Malkin 9:00 p.m.
On Sept. 12, 2012, President Obama vowed to “bring to justice” the perpetrators of the deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya. On Oct. 26, 2012, Obama said his “biggest priority” was bringing those “folks” responsible for murdering four Americans to “justice.” …