Mary Robb Jackson
A little boy’s dying wish has now come true.
Days later, smoke is still rising as charred poles stand over mounds of ashes and a pile of corrugated tin are all that’s left of the McGill Family Barn.
Eddie Buggs was the kind of moniker any play-by-play guy would love.
Facebook was instrumental in helping Police in Butler catch a criminal.
Police are looking for a missing Pitt grad student.
“Snow Days” are becoming a thing of the past at some local schools.
A transmission tower stands silhouetted against a frosty sky. The sub-zero digits during this record-breaking cold are demanding a lot of juice to keep warm, especially with our neighbors in the northeast.
The “Red Door” on Stanwix Street is the oldest service St. Mary of Mercy Church provides to those in need.
Local hospitals are already seeing the toll this bitter cold is taking on people, and we haven’t even felt the worst of it yet.
It’s January, it’s winter, it’s western Pennsylvania, and so it’s no surprise that those two four letter words – S-N-O-W and C-O-L-D – are in the forecast with a potential for frostbite.
Buskey’s Motel on William Penn Highway isn’t exactly the Ritz, but in its heyday it was a respite for tired travelers in the 1950s when Americans fell in love with their cars.
The final two members of the so-called “Greensburg 6” entered guilty pleas in court Thursday morning.
Police have issued several arrest warrants after busting a retail theft ring that spanned four counties.
A couple is charged with endangering their 2-year-old twins.
The inbound reveal of the Fort Pitt Tunnel may be known as the “Best Entry of Any American City.”