An East Side man is wanted in connection with multiple break-ins at a convenience store on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Dr. Tracy McCalla never established the two-hour school day, chocolate fountains in the cafeteria or a plan to pay kids to come to school, as her students requested.
First responders were called out for a water rescue last night around 7 p.m. for three women who were on an air mattress in Neshannock Creek on state Route 956 in New Wilmington Township.
A pair of nearly identical bills in the state Legislature would require residents living in communities without municipal police departments to pay a tax to fund the Pennsylvania State Police.
HARRISBURG – If there’s a silver lining in the clouded circumstances facing farmers it’s that lawmakers at the state and federal levels both seem interested in helping, agriculture industry officials said.
HARRISBURG (AP) — A 5-year-old agreement between two Pittsburgh-based health care conglomerates can't be extended through litigation past its June 30 expiration date, a Pennsylvania judge said Friday.
Westminster College will host an old-fashioned Independence Day celebration with a free concert and fireworks beginning at 7:30 p.m. July 3, at Brittain Lake.
HARRISBURG – Attorney General Josh Shapiro had harsh words Thursday for the Catholic bishops who covered up for predator priests and now continue to lobby against legislative reforms intended to help adults who were victims of clergy child sex abuse.
Lobbing hay bales to cattle, saving water balloons and drawing with robots are being explored this week at this year's "Supercharged" Camp Invention.
Tony Robbins defines servant leadership as looking after others, or serving them, instead of just looking after what’s best for the organization.
The Neighborhood Pantry, a food ministry operated by the Church of Genesis, 303 N. Cedar St., will celebrate its 10th anniversary from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 15 at the church.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Authorities have seized more than 30 animals — many of them exotic — from a Pittsburgh home where a 5-foot-long alligator escaped last week.
Angelina Domenick will be heading for Alabama on Saturday to prepare of the 62nd Distinguished Young Women National Scholarship Program in Mobile.
HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania would take control of its Affordable Care Act health exchange under a plan that passed the state House by a 198-1 vote on Tuesday.
HARRISBURG – A tax credit program benefiting donors who give toward scholarships for private school tuition would be boosted by $100 million under legislation heading to Gov. Tom Wolf.
Laurel Superintendent Leonard Rich and high school principal Kevin Mahoney detailed the district’s previous, new and future Act 44 plans at last night’s school board meeting.
HARRISBURG – Legislation expected to be introduced later today would make landmark changes to the rules governing high school sports in Pennsylvania, including the creation of separate state playoffs for private and public schools.
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday called for support for legislation that will impose a fee to municipalities that do not have a local police department and rely solely on State Police for local police coverage.
On Saturday, Barry and Judith Kline from Michigan will be at the Ellwood City Area Historical Society, located at 310 5th St., Ellwood City, to present a donation of models of all the Ellwood City Soap Box Derby race winners from 1936 to 1962.
Jessie M. Streb, 83, of New Castle died June 16, 2019. There are no calling hours. Arrangements by Ed & Don DeCarbo Funeral Home S. Mill St. Online condolences may be offered at www.decarbofuneralhome.com.
Milton F. Hogue, 61, of 505 Continental Lane, New Castle, passed away the afternoon of June 14, 2019, at his residence. Milton was born on July 3, 1957, to the late Lawrence Hogue and Patricia Norman Lyskowka. Milton worked as a laborer for the Poland Concrete Company in the fabrication divi…