Mount Lebanon officials are still looking for ways to curb its deer population after a deer cull this spring didn’t go as planned.
After a large party turned into a brawl last weekend and a shooting that wounded three people at the Monroeville Mall, the Allegheny County District Attorney met with local officials Thursday.
There was more yelling than talking at the Blairsville-Saltsburg School Board meeting Tuesday night.
Plans to develop a prime piece of real estate on Mt. Washington appear to be closer to reality.
The organization, The Hazelwood Initiative, had a public safety forum scheduled weeks before Monday’s fatal shooting in Glen Hazel.
Hundreds showed up to voice their concerns over the Pittsburgh Penguins’ plans to redevelop the former Civic Arena site.
Teachers and the community come out swinging at the East Allegheny School Board meeting Tuesday night.
Parents of children with different types of epilepsy explained how medical marijuana could help their kids without the serious side effects of other drugs, at a town hall meeting in Export Tuesday night.
A public meeting will be held tonight to discuss the redevelopment of the Produce Terminal in the Strip District.
Worried neighbors want to know why their fire department can’t answer calls.
There was standing room only Monday night at a meeting of the McCandless Zoning Board as it considers a proposal by Walmart to build a store off McKnight Road.
The Board of Trustees at Chatham University has voted to approve the admission of men to its undergraduate college for the first time in its 145-year-old history.
Kim Francis, of Squirrel Hill, was surprised when she and her parents, Judy and Mike Sparlin, were invited to hear the president and vice president speak at CCAC on Wednesday. But that was just the start.
Last night, the Vatican canceled a private meeting Gov. Tom Corbett was scheduled to have with Pope Francis in Rome.
Chatham University is looking into going coed in order to save their dwindling enrollment numbers.