An early morning fire in Washington County claimed the life of one man.
A Marine corporal from Pittsburgh who lost his legs in Afghanistan is one of a dozen severely wounded veterans to get a new home. And it’s all thanks to a foundation headed by actor Gary Sinise.
Shale gas drilling sites have sprouted up throughout the region in recent years, and now the towns that host them – like Peters Township – are getting back a piece of the action.
Alexis Vitale of Peters Township learned that her husband, Marine Corporal Doug Vitale, had stepped on an explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan. The couple has been inseparable since Doug entered a rehabilitation center in Tampa.
Marine Corporal Doug Vitale and wife, Alexis, married in Peters Township, had their lives turned upside down last September when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan.
Merging teams from the Great Southern and Big East Conferences, this could rival the Parkway as the most talented from top to bottom in District 7.
Two utility poles came crashing down along a busy road and one of them slammed into a passing car.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino and Matt Pitzarella, of Range Resources, were joined on the Marcellus Shale Hour by Dave Ball.
Leaving a bag behind at the grocery store might not normally be a big deal unless the bag contains marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
In a game played largely between the blue lines, Bethel Park got a friendly bounce just inside the blue line to help the Hawks collect their first Penguins Cup since 2005.
The body of a Washington County man who went missing Friday while swimming in a local lake with friends has been recovered.
South Fayette Township officials are headed to court to fight a new state law that would allow shale gas drilling close by.
Strong storms moved through the area overnight bringing heavy rain that caused some flooding and a landslide. One of the hardest hit areas was Washington County.
Monday is a big night for Penguins Cup hopefuls in Class AAA. Last Tuesday was a big night for one in Class A, but we think the race in that classification is far from over…
A Woodland Hills basketball player who punched a Peters Township player during a WPIAL playoff game last weekend at California University of Pennsylvania has publicly apologized.
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