Ten Commandments Monument Moved From High SchoolA Ten Commandments monument has been moved from a western Pennsylvania high school as part of an agreement to settle a lawsuit.
School District Agrees To Remove Ten Commandments MonumentA Ten Commandments monument was placed on school property in front of Valley High School in New Kensington in 1957, back when Dwight Eisenhower was president.
Mother Sues To Stop Bible Classes In West Virginia SchoolsA kindergartner's mother is suing her public school system in West Virginia, asking that it discontinue a 75-year practice of putting kids in Bible classes that violate the U.S. and state constitutions.
10 Commandments Group Erects 3rd MemorialA southwestern Pennsylvania community group has erected a third Ten Commandments monument in the wake of a lawsuit by an atheists' group challenging a similar monument on public school grounds.
Connellsville Gets A 2nd Ten Commandments MarkerA new marker displaying the Ten Commandments was unveiled on Arch Street in Fayette County Saturday night in front of a building housing an organization called the Fraternal Order of the Eagles.
Group Finds Way Around Nativity Scene DramaOne group in Ellwood City has found a creative way to circumvent a potential lawsuit by displaying a nativity scene in front of the municipal building.
Freedom From Religion Spokesperson Talks Suing Another SchoolNewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Mike Pintek talked to Patrick Elliot, a staff attorney from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
Atheists Threaten To Sue Steubenville, OhioOfficials in Steubenville, Ohio have proposed a new city logo that includes a chapel and cross. Atheists from the Freedom From Religion Foundation are trying to prevent the new logo from going into effect because of its Catholic symbols.
Atheist Group Files Suit Over “Year Of The Bible” ResolutionDid you know this is the “Year of the Bible” in Pennsylvania? But an atheist group from Wisconsin has filed a federal lawsuit against state lawmakers saying it's unconstitutional.
School District’s Ten Commandments Monument Stirs ControversyOfficials with the Valley School District in New Kensington are bracing for a legal battle with an atheist group that's threatening a lawsuit if a Ten Commandments monument is not removed from school property.
Ellwood City Residents Urge Reversal Of Nativity Vote 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.
Atheist Leader Satisfied With Ellwood City Nativity Scene OutcomeWith Council members voting 4-2 Tuesday to relocate the nativity display from the lawn of the Ellwood City municipal building to private land next year, Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), weighs in on the outcome with NewsRadio 1020 KDKA's Robert Mangino.

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