An Oakdale man is in custody after he caused his truck to crash into a Peters Township car dealership – allegedly because he had a dispute over the road service protection plan.
We’ll be updating you on all the high school hockey action live from Southpointe tonight as Peters Township hosts Pittsburgh Central Catholic…
We’re live in McMurray for the WPIAL Football Quarterfinals as two Century Conference rivals are reunited…
The disappearance and murder of 15-year-old Christine Guenther has been a local cold case since 1981; but as the 30th anniversary of her death approaches, family and friends say they are more determined than ever to help investigators solve the mystery.
A community is in mourning today following the death of one of their neighbors after fire broke out at a home in Washington County. According to the Washington County Coroner’s Office, 64-year-old Mary Ann Detrick was discovered inside the house on East McMurray Road in Peters Township around 8 a.m.
The family of a young woman who died in a car crash gathered on what would have been her 20th birthday to demand that charges be filed in the case. Adair Porter was sitting in the passenger seat of a car at a traffic light in Peters Township in July 2010.
His name is hardly a household one yet, but Republican Evan Feinberg intends to make history next spring. His goal? Defeating long-time Congressman Tim Murphy in the April Republican primary.
Just one day after Peters Township council unanimously voted to let a judge decide whether a referendum to ban natural gas drilling can appear on the November ballot, the township solicitor went to court hoping to block such a referendum.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Peters Township graduate Rob Madore and Upper St. Clair graduate Andrew Blazek are jumping at the opportunity to improve their game at prospect and development camp.
A woman is dead following a standoff and fire in Washington County. Claire Rush, 70, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at Allegheny General Hospital.
Elizabeth Forward and Peters Township are two of the programs trying to make history at CONSOL Energy Park in Washington in the 2011 WPIAL Baseball Championships.
Neshannock avenged last year’s loss at CONSOL Energy Park with a masterful pitching performance, while Seneca Valley delivered a resounding upset on day one of the WPIAL Baseball Championships.
The last two remaining defending champions were dethroned, though several of this year’s favorites did advance to CONSOL Energy Park on a busy day of Semifinal action.
Some timely hitting from Pitt recruit Justin Bianco powered Peters Township to another Sec. 3-AAAA victory at Bethel Park.
Rain has wreaked a lot of havoc on the WPIAL baseball and softball schedule this spring. Here’s a look at some of the big games from a rescheduled and, as a result, jam-packed week of action…