A woman and her grandson are recovering after fire broke out at their Beaver County home Wednesday night.
Automobile owners may get a break. PA Sen. Elder Vogel, R-New Sewickley, says it’s time to modify Pennsylvania’s auto emissions inspection requirement.
A man was arrested after leading police on a chase in Lawrence County Tuesday night.
In the latest phase of a distinguished career in Beaver County sports, Ellwood City head football coach Don Phillips will lead two of his outgoing seniors one more time in the Penn-Ohio all-star game this Friday.
Deer Lakes (20-1), sparked by a crucial error and timely hitting, continued its historic run with a 5-4 win over District 9 runner-up Wilmington in the First Round of the PIAA Softball Playoffs at North Allegheny High School Monday afternoon.
Both neighbors enter the state playoffs after, fittingly, sharing the Section 5 crown, but the Wolverines will do so on the heels of their fifth district title in program history in tow, which is also their first since 2003.
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) Because of rain in the area, Seneca Valley, which led Pittsburgh Central Catholic 2-0 in the bottom of the third Monday night, was forced to resume its WPIAL Class AAAA Semifinal […]
Here’s a look at each of today’s WPIAL Baseball Semifinal games, and the individuals who might bring their teams one step closer to district gold.
A woman is facing charges following an overnight police pursuit that ended in a crash in Lawrence County.
Running out of ammo, badly wounded Army Specialist Leslie Sabo, Jr. died suppressing enemy fire, allowing a Med-Evac helicopter to lift off from a landing zone in Cambodia. Les Sabo was 22-years-old. It was Mother’s Day, 1970.
State police are investigating following an overnight motorcycle crash that claimed one person’s life in Lawrence County.
Dylan Buchanan, 20, the shift supervisor at the Rite-Aid in Ellwood City, was making a delivery to a home in Wilmington Township, Lawrence County, on Monday, but no one came to the door.
People packed the Ellwood City borough council meeting Monday night, urging council members to reconsider a recent vote on relocating a Nativity scene to private land.
Crews were called to a recycling plant in Lawrence County when fire broke out there overnight.
The battle continues over a nativity scene in Ellwood City. Last week, city council, worried about the cost of litigation, voted to move the nativity off city property next year. Now, a defiant Mayor Anthony Court says not so fast.