For Range Resources and other companies, gas drilling is a booming business in several Washington County towns.
A woman claims slippery roadways caused an accident in Robinson Township Monday morning.
The man accused of stealing troves of jewelry and other items from several local homes was arrested Tuesday.
One man is in custody after a police chase from the City of Pittsburgh to Robinson Township.
As every fan of Jimmy Buffett knows, sometimes we all need a change in latitude, made famous in his hit tune “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes.” Fortunately, the opening of Latitude 40 means we need go no further than The Pointe off Parkway West.
Latitude 40 is 65,000-feet of fun for all ages. People who were invited to a VIP Grand Opening on Friday night loved the new all-in-one entertainment complex in Robinson Township.
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.
It’s not just a walk in the park for Cindy Vincent of East Liverpool, Ohio. Three and a half years ago, she was suffered a spinal cord injury in a major fall.
It’s more than three months until Christmas, but Toys-R-Us is taking the lead to encourage early shopping by waiving the service fee right now for its lay-away program.
One person was injured in an early Saturday morning stabbing in Robinson Township.
A 20-year-old man was rescued after falling 20 feet into a creek bed near Robinson Township. The man was severely injured after slipping off a rope swing and falling into water.
Who is fitter? The police or EMS? They’re about to find out in Robinson Township where the two departments are duking it out in a fitness challenge.
A Pittsburgh Police Commander remains at Allegheny General Hospital after she was seriously hurt Friday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash in Robinson Township.
A Pittsburgh police commander was injured in a two-vehicle crash in Robinson Township. Commander Linda Barone was struck head-on by a van that crossed into her lane on Route 60.
Just like the Dark Knight, Batmania is rising across the country. And because parts of “The Dark Knight Rises” were shot locally, Pittsburgh is extra excited about the opening of the film.