Neighbors, friends, and fellow Marines gathered en masse, for a Friday surprise in Cranberry Township. They had just completed work on a massive remodeling effort on the home of a wounded Marine veteran. He and his family were about to return from vacation.
Volunteer builders told Marine veteran Joshua Caskey they’d make a few minor repairs on his home in Cranberry Township. Then they sent the former Staff Sergeant, and his family on vacation.
Thick black smoke could be seen for miles around Cranberry Township Sunday afternoon. A fire broke out in a 30-foot mobile home parked inside the Rent-A-Space storage facility on Dutilh Road around 1:30 p.m.
Police are investigating after a man took his own life following a police chase in Butler County early Saturday morning.
Three people were killed in a car accident on State Route 157 in Cranberry Township, Venango County around 6:15 p.m. Saturday.
Crews anticipate reopening both northbound lanes of Route 19 in Cranberry by Friday morning, after a water main break Thursday evening caused traffic gridlock.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are teaming up with UPMC to build a first-of-its-kind sports performance center and practice rink in Cranberry Township.
A rabies alert has been issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture after bats were found inside a home in Cranberry, Butler County. According to the alert, the bats which later tested positive for rabies, got in through a fireplace, and two people were exposed.
A local couple has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million from their adoptive children’s trust fund.
Ground was broken Saturday on the future Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School in Cranberry Township.
A child has been hospitalized after falling from two-story window at a residence in Butler County this morning.
Police were called to an accident involving a school bus and another vehicle this afternoon in Butler County.
One woman was killed in an early Tuesday morning fire in Cranberry Township.
The growl of the big diesel cats echo across the valley between I-79 and Franklin Road. They are digging and pushing dirt for the Echo Cranberry development on the north side of Route 228 in the fastest growing area of western Pennsylvania.
A bank employee suffered some minor injuries this morning while helping a child to safety when a pickup truck plowed into a bank in Cranberry Township. According to officials at the scene, the driver of the pickup truck lost control of the vehicle on Freedom Road near Route 19.