A Ross Township department store was evacuated this morning because of a gas leak.
There is normally a lot of hustle and bustle on Pitt’s campus, but today, not so much. It could be because of the Passover and Easter holiday weekend, or it could be because a lot of students have packed their bags and left because of the increase in bomb threats this past week.
Monessen High School was evacuated Thursday afternoon after school officials received a phone call by a student threatening to bomb the building.
An overnight gas leak forced dozens of people living in a senior citizen apartment complex out of their homes for several hours overnight.
The Franklin Regional Middle School and High School were evacuated Monday morning due to a bomb threat.
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