The former Shenango Township treasurer, who lost his job over hundreds of theft and forgery allegations, is going to trial.
The fired treasurer of Shenango Township has been charged with stealing nearly $800,000 from taxpayers during his 14 years in office.
The Port Authority has fired the drivers of two buses involved in a crash earlier this year that sent one of the vehicles tumbling off the Parkway North.
Once a booming steel town, the city of Aliquippa is now down to a population of just over 9,000 people; and as of Wednesday night, the city is also down three police officers.
He was called a hero. Security officer John Resetar was stabbed in the halls of Franklin Regional High School – he then helped take down the suspect.
Adam Proteau from The Hockey News talked to Bob Pompeani about the recent developments in the Penguins franchise.
An employee at a Pennsylvania school established by the Hershey chocolate company’s founder has been fired after a hidden video camera was found in the boys’ bathroom.
Dave Cramer didn’t want to be removing the Stanley Cup Playoff banners from the outside of CONSOL Energy Center Friday afternoon, any more than Pittsburgh Penguins President and CEO David Morehouse wanted to dump his general manager.
Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle, along with the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ ownership team, were nose deep in meetings for a third straight day on Friday following the announcement that Ray Shero had been relieved of his duties as general manager earlier in the day.
Call me crazy, that’s fine. But I blindly trust Mario Lemieux.
Big changes are coming to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
I wrote these same words at the end of last season; I will write them even more confidently now: Dan Bylsma must be terminated.
A 911 center employee has been fired for giving the media copies of a call made by a Pennsylvania woman who police say forcibly submerged two of her children underwater, drowning one and causing fatal injury to the other.
Samantha and Morgan Gray, two beautiful, healthy girls have no idea what their mother has been through at work.
This is a walk Kimberly Strawn always enjoyed, from her Sharpsburg home to her night shift job at the local Circle K.