Electric Bill Spikes Blamed On Smart MetersIt's a slow roll-out, but over 160,000 so-called smart meters have been installed by Duquesne Light.
Man Accused Of Shooting Harmony Twp. Officer To Stand TrialA man accused of shooting a Harmony Township Police officer will stand trial.
Santa's Grumpy Assistant To Visit Beaver Co. Museum For CelebrationA grumpy assistant for Santa Claus who keeps the naughty and nice books is going to be accepting visitors at a western Pennsylvania museum.
Police Seek Suspect After Bank Robbery In AmbridgePolice are looking for a suspect after a bank robbery this morning in Beaver County.
Suspect In Officer Shooting In Custody, Officer RecoveringThey are resting easier in Beaver County now that a suspect is in custody for the shooting of a Harmony Township police officer. The arrest comes while the officer remains on the road to recovery.
Police Make Arrest In Shooting Of Harmony Twp. Police OfficerPolice in Beaver County say they have made an arrest in the shooting of a Harmony Township Police officer earlier this week.
Trick-Or-Treating Goes On As Scheduled As Manhunt Continues For Police Shooting SuspectTrick-or-treating went on as scheduled Thursday evening, despite the fact that the man who shot Harmony Township Police Officer Alan Loskoch is still on the loose.
Want To Dine Outside? Not In Ambridge Law Says Restaurant owners are trying to change a law banning outside eating in one Pennsylvania town.
Ambridge Parents Facing More Charges After Baby Girl’s DeathThe parents of a 5-month-old girl who died over the weekend in Beaver County are now facing new charges.
Authorities Investigating Baby’s Death In Beaver Co.Police and the Beaver County Coroner’s Office are investigating the death of a small child.
Ambridge Woman Saved From Fire By Dog "Charlie"A woman escaped a fire that destroyed her house overnight, thanks to her dog. She says she woke up just in time.
Ambridge Takes Disappointment In Stride After Historic Ship Passes Through Earlier Than ExpectedSunrise in Ambridge. LST 325, which landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, would pass the town that built so many of the vessels.