Police are looking for a suspect in a bank robbery in the North Hills. The robbery happened just after 9 a.m. Thursday at the First National Bank on Duncan Avenue in Allison Park.
It’s been exactly one year since a Ross Township mother vanished. Family, friends and police have been searching for Jamie Peterson ever since.
Police have reportedly made an arrest following an armed convenience store robbery in Kennedy Township. It happened at the Super Mart in the 1700-block of Pine Hollow Road.
Giant Eagle is hosting two job fairs. They want to fill 550 positions for Giant Eagle and Valu King stores in the North Hills and Cranberry. They will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 […]
Police are investigating a hold-up at a tanning salon in the North Hills. Hampton Township police say a man passed a note to the clerk at the Tanning Emporium along Route 8 in Allison Park at around 3:10 p.m. Wednesday.
If there is a team in the Northern Eight that can out-tough North Allegheny, it might be able to challenge for even more than a conference crown. In Week 2, locked in a battle of attrition with North Hills, Central Catholic proved with its 14-0 win at CMU’s Gesling Stadium it can muscle its way to Heinz Field.
We break down the biggest games of the second week of the 2012 high school football season.
The defending Quad-A champs are once again the team to beat, but now they must deal directly with a team capable of dethroning them.
Three people are facing charges after a man was dragged by a vehicle on McKnight Road in Ross Township last month. Investigators say the incident began as a drug deal.
There aren’t many people who look forward to going to the grocery store. However, hundreds were willing to wait in line as a new store opened its doors in the North Hills on Thursday.
A North Hills man who has been associated with swimming pool businesses leaving customers dissatisfied is in jail. Thomas Hodak faces charges including theft by deception and deceptive business practices.
We recently profiled a number of local Olympians, but since the opening ceremonies in London, another youngster with WPIAL ties has flown–or, to be more specific, swam–under our radar.
The unidentified victim of what police say may have been a road rage incident in Ross Township remains hospitalized. The incident happened during rush hour Wednesday, just after 5:30 p.m., on McKnight Road.
A man dragged along McKnight Road during Wednesday night’s rush hour is in serious condition at the hospital.
Police are trying to track down the driver of a car seen dragging a man down McKnight Road in rush hour traffic. It happened in the far right, southbound lane of McKnight shortly before 6 p.m.