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Valley Community Working To Keep Local Papers AliveThe Valley Independent has served Monessen, Charleroi, Donora, Belle Vernon and surrounding communities in one form or another for more than a hundred years.
Police Probe Shooting At Duquesne BarPolice are investigating a shooting in the Mon Valley overnight.
Iconic Writer, Who Chronicled Steel Industry, Remembered On Labor DayFor John Hoerr, Pittsburgh not only represented the steel industry, it made the city what it is today.
Time, Money Run Out For Historic Homestead CemeteryThe 34-acre Homestead Cemetery in Munhall ceased operations this past Tuesday, because it has run out of money.
U.S. Steel Lays Off 165 In Mon ValleyU.S. Steel employs nearly four-thousand workers in the Mon Valley.
Flood Watch Looms Over Pittsburgh RegionThe warm-up in weather may have you excited, but it could also bring some problems.
Local Senator Hopes To Bump Up Minimum Pay For Police OfficersA state senator wants to see a bill passed that would increase the minimum wage for part-time police officers.
Mon Valley Surveillance Cameras Helping To Cut Down CrimeCommunity leaders are joining forces to cut crime in Charleroi and the surrounding areas.
McKeesport Councilman Sentenced In Mon Valley Gambling Ring CaseMcKeesport City Councilman Daniel Carr pleaded guilty to allowing gambling devices in his bar, the Viking Lounge, and was sentenced to 10 months of probation plus a $300 fine, similar to the sentence for other defendants in this case.
5 Plead Guilty In Alleged Mon Valley Gambling RingInvestigators called it Operation Pork Chop.
Homicides In Allegheny Co. Keep Pace With City For 2nd Year In A RowGun violence is spreading throughout Allegheny County’s suburbs.