The funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, October 17, at Mt. Saint Peter’s Catholic Church at 100 Freeport Road in New Kensington, followed by a burial service at Greenwood Memorial Cemetery in Lower Burrell.
Two clerks were held at gunpoint during a robbery at RadioShack in Murrysville. The robbery happened at about 9 p.m. as the store was closing.
State police have found a man accused of flashing high school girls on a school bus in Westmoreland County. This happened earlier this month on Route 22 in Murrysville between Cline Hollow and Manor roads.
State Police are searching for a man who allegedly flashed a busload of female juveniles who were returning from an athletic event.
Members of Murrysville’s Medic One just got back from helping flood victims in New Jersey; now they’re lending a helping hand to assist more people in eastern Pennsylvania.
Seven people were sickened after an ammonia leak in Murrysville. The leak happened at General Products and Supply Company on Technology Lane at the Murrysville Business Park.
Murrysville Police have arrested two people in connection with the robbery of an adult book store earlier this month.
Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Westmoreland County adult bookstore Monday morning.
Police in Murrysville are searching for a man who went missing after leaving his home on Friday morning.
Friends, family and members of a Westmoreland County community are mourning and remembering the 12-year-old girl who was killed in a terrible accident earlier this weekend.
A 12-year-old girl was killed when a vehicle ended up on its roof in a violent accident late Saturday afternoon in Westmoreland County. The accident happened just after 5 p.m. on Harrison City Road, south of State Route 22.
One person was flown to the hospital after a car crashed into a tree in Murrysville.
With huge budget cuts coming from Governor Tom Corbett, school districts have taken a hard hit. Some of them have come up with ways to make up the money.
A preliminary hearing was held Tuesday morning for a man who allegedly took down a “for sale” sign on a $625,000 Westmoreland County home and moved in.
Five people were taken to Forbes Regional Hospital after a breathing a chemical odor at a Murrysville restaurant.