Corbett Gets A Republican Primary Challenger Today was the last day to file nominating petitions of Governor, Congress and General Assembly. Hanger, Guzzardi File For Gubernatorial Ballot The first gubernatorial candidates to file petitions to get on the May 20 primary ballot are Democrat John Hanger and Republican Bob Guzzardi.
Ex-Pa. Speaker Perzel Plans Future After Prison Wolf Garners Big Endorsements In Pittsburgh Jay Paterno Discusses His Race For Lieutenant Governor Missionary Offers Insider’s View Of Unrest In Ukraine Mayor Meets With UPMC CEO, Talk Pay Increases, Highmark Dispute Pennsylvania Rolls Out Veterans’ Notation On Driver’s Licenses Locals With Ties To Ukraine React To Ongoing Conflict Peduto Administration Alerts FBI To Items Missing From Mayor’s Office Gov. Corbett Undergoes Successful Hernia Surgery Polls Show Gov. Corbett In Trouble, Wolf In The Lead
Police Seek Monroeville Wines And Spirits Store Robber It was around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, less than a half-hour after the Northern Pike Wine and Spirits Store opened, when a man with a bandana covering his face came into the Monroeville location and showed a gun. Mars Area School Board Rejects $1 Mil Drilling Deal The Mars Area School board has rejected a lease with Rex Energy to conduct underground gas and oil drilling on school property.
2nd Woman Says She Was Fired After Circle K Robbed Police Arrest Suspect In Woodland Ave. Fatal Shooting Dottie Sandusky Reaches Out To Paterno Family Firm To Help Police Analyze DNA Found In East Liberty Double Murder Life-Saving Smart Vest Made By Pittsburgh Company Corbett Gets A Republican Primary Challenger Woman Files Lawsuit Against Hospital After Accusation Of Opiate Use Westmoreland Co. Priest Accused Of Stealing Thousands Communities In Schools Making A Difference With At-Risk Teens Chatham U. Alum: “Women’s Education” Something “Worth Preserving”