Less than a month before school starts, officials in one school district are scrambling to get their buses back in working order.
A union at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says some newsroom employees are being offered buyouts.
They still haven’t confirmed that they will build it, but Shell Oil is certainly acting like a $2 billion cracker plant is in the works.
The 9 a.m. weekday mass at St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church in Clarksville is sparsely attended.
It’s a complicated tale of political intrigue and Monday two Beaver County employees – a former candidate for District Attorney and his client – have been charged in connection with it.
Ten Mile Creek holds a special place in the hearts of folks like George Smoggie who’s landed trout, chubs and catfish in it all of his life.
Emily Wheeler of Valley Ambulance Service is a paramedic in perpetual motion, rushing to as many as a dozen calls a day.
It’s already become something like a war, a strip of land in the city’s Greenfield section is the battle line.
For 85 years folks in Greenfield have used steps to get from Coyne Terrace to Winterburn Street, but now a couple has fenced them off and their neighbors are irate.
Violent crime is on the rise in American cities with the number of homicides up dramatically in towns like Milwaukee, St. Louis and Baltimore.
Milton Kubik’s entire family – father, sister, mother-in-law, aunt and uncle – are buried in Charleroi Cemetery, but you can’t see their headstones because of the overgrown grass.
He’s heard the complaints.
They were young, and they were brave. They were called the Freedom Riders, a group committed to the non-violent pursuit of Civil Rights and willing to put their lives on the line.
Milton Kubik buried his sister Mildred in the Charleroi Cemetery in February, but today you can hardly see her headstone because of the overgrown grass.
Ken Vegely loves to fly, and he has a deep abiding respect for the country’s servicemen and women.