A baby girl born in Kittanning this morning may very well have broken the record at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital.
A man is in jail after police say he opened fire on an officer in Armstrong County.
The four men who are facing charges in a fatal beating in Armstrong County went before a magistrate today. The incident happened over St. Partick’s Day weekend, and today their lawyers said it was self-defense.
Four people have been arrested in connection with a fight in Armstrong County that left one man dead.
Police are investigating after a fight in Kittanning left one person dead early Sunday morning.
As a 5-year-old boy from Armstrong County continues to recover from severe burns at UPMC Mercy Hospital, his father is facing charges for the alleged attempted theft of hospital property.
A man was stabbed in the leg with a sword during a fight at the Hilltop Plaza near Kittanning.
Last week, officials with Pennsylvania American Water issued a “do not use” water warning due to elevated pH levels caused by malfunctioning equipment at a water treatment plant.
Officials with Pennsylvania American Water say they have now lifted a “Do Not Use” water warning in Armstrong County and issued a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory.
Pennsylvania American Water says its Kittanning water system has high levels of PH. This warning applies to all Kittanning customers in the following areas: Boroughs of Kittanning and Applewold and portions of Manor and Rayburn Townships.
While the Ford City Jr.-Sr. High School has been a fixture in its Allegheny River town since 1908, the Armstrong County School Board says it’s time to merge with Kittanning and move all the students into a new building on the bluff overlooking the two towns.
A man is facing serious charges after state police say they found an alleged explosive device in his Armstrong County motel room.
A tractor trailer apparently veered off Route 422 in Armstrong County and plowed through a home. It happened in Plumcreek Township — southeast of Kittanning.
At least one person was killed in a Tuesday morning crash in Armstrong County.
The reality show “Undercover Boss” recently held a national contest for bosses to nominate their star employee to win a $10,000 bonus with another $10,000 going to the boss’s charity of choice. And it turns out the winner, Jessica Wynkoop, lives right here in our area.