The community is reacting to news a man used an elaborate ploy on Facebook to make sexual contact with young girls.
Once again, the Class A silver medalists bowed to the defending champs. But they weren’t just beaten by one man on Tuesday…they were beaten by three.
Justin Sabilla is leading Chartiers Valley while seizing control of the Class AA scoring race, and the female All-Star goaltender he played against recently might be a harbinger of high school hockey’s future in western Pennsylvania…
We recap the All-Star games, salute the December Players of the Month, and see what Canon-McMillan’s chances are of ending the regular season undefeated…
Players who juggle high school hockey with their travel teams have their work cut out for them, but a key member of Mars’ state championship team believes it can be a big help too.
We look at how this year’s PIHL Outdoor Charity Series will impact the standings, and we examine the tight AAA-Sec. 2 race, which will become even tighter for at least one team…
Police say the same man is responsible for two robberies in communities north of Pittsburgh. The most recent incident happened 10 p.m. Sunday at the 7-Eleven in Pine Township.
Despite significant graduation losses, the Planets proved they’re still the team to beat in PIHL Class A last week.
Three-time Penguins Cup champion and two-time state champ Mars will try to stay perfect as it takes on one of the few teams to match up well with the Planets in recent years.
A Butler County man is accused of soliciting sex on Facebook from a 14-year-old girl. According to the criminal complaint, 53-year-old William Ainsworth, of Mars, said he’d been pretending to be a teenager on the site for 18 months.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- As the Pirates 2011 season winds down, the team has released their 2012 schedule. For just the fourth time in PNC Park history, the team will open the season at home on April […]
A group of teenagers who took a limousine early this morning and left the driver behind in Butler County have been caught.
Storms pummeled parts of the area with high winds, heavy rain and lightning. In Lawrence County, Ellwood City Power and Light crews went from one neighborhood to another fixing utility poles and downed power lines.
The people without power are apparently customers of Penn Power who live in areas including, Mars, Ross Township, Cranberry and Seven Fields.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter offers his gut reaction to a proud weekend in West Chester for the PIHL’s finest.