Representatives from both sides of the Washington-Allegheny County border took part in a panel discussion Wednesday to provide updates on their communities.
The loss of Mt. Lebanon native Conor Lamb to Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the Democratic race to be Pennsylvania's next U.S. senator was among the marquee developments in Tuesday's primary election.
A suit brought by three municipalities to stop the tolling of the I-79 bridge at the Bridgeville exchange was heard by Commonwealth Court Wednesday.
The sirens and helicopters at Peters Township High School Tuesday were not a cause for alarm, but a warning to students looking forward to prom this weekend.
A crisp salad filled with fresh, local produce simply screams summer, and the arrival of area farmers and local artisans, vendors and food trucks to parking lots and open air markets across Washington, Greene and Fayette counties signals the start of farmers market season.
Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon will conduct special Memorial Day events to bring public awareness and remembrance to those who gave their lives for freedom and sacrificed for their country.
Planned legislation from a local lawmaker would exempt Pennsylvanians from having to serve as a juror once they turn 70.
Though it opened a year ago, The Waters of McMurray celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Castle Shannon's police department is the first in Pennsylvania to take advantage of new technology that simplifies the process of reviewing body camera footage.
A tied vote among Peters Township council led to a failure of a zoning ordinance that would have allowed for a proposed 250-unit apartment complex.
West Penn Power continues to conduct tree-trimming work in communities across its 24-county Pennsylvania service area as part of its ongoing efforts to help enhance service reliability. Maintaining proper clearances around electrical equipment can reduce the frequency and duration of tree-related power outages, especially those associated with severe weather.
A state police trooper lauded for his DUI deterrence efforts is facing charges of driving under the influence after he was accused of striking a parked vehicle with his state-issued SUV outside a North Strabane fire station in September.
A Peters Township pharmacist who pleaded guilty in federal court last year to fraudulently obtaining and selling painkillers was sentenced to prison Thursday.
State troopers gathered Wednesday morning to honor the 13 officers of Pennsylvania State Police Troop B who have died in the line of duty.
After a three-year hiatus, Keystone Oaks and Seton LaSalle high schools co-hosted their annual Prom Promise program at Keystone Oaks. The program, held April 20, teaches students how to keep themselves and the public safe on prom night. After a lecture, Mt. Lebanon and Castle Shannon's fire and police departments and emergency medical services; Medical Rescue Team South Authority; and Dormont and Green Tree fire and EMS demonstrated a staged car accident and rescue mission. The rescue included rushing an injured passenger to a life-flight helicopter provided by Life Flight Air Medical. Steel City Towing provided the wrecked vehicles, and Laughling Funeral provided a hearse.
A measure sponsored by state Rep. Jason Ortitay that would create a statewide online course catalog has been approved by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Peters Township council adopted a new five-year strategic plan for the local library as its staff rethinks how it serves the community.