Pennsylvania State Police have filed charges against three suspects in a robbery ring that spanned Allegheny, Indiana and Westmoreland counties.
Head coach Paul Holzshu has Shaler ready to continue its pursuit of program history Saturday afternoon against the Quad-A basketball champions of PIAA District 10.
Quite a few WPIAL teams, including boys’ Quad-A champion Gateway, have moved on in the PIAA Basketball Championships, and the Gators aren’t the only ones capable of a deep run.
Three suspects in the robbery of the Shaler McDonald’s were taken into custody within 12 hours. Louis Rice, 23, was arrested inside the restaurant. He later identified his alleged cohorts during interrogation.
Our series on some of the top boys’ basketball players in the WPIAL begins with the young man who will try to lead Shaler to unprecedented glory, and, next fall, try to do the same at State College.
In the early portion of the 2011-12 high school hoops season, each of the reigning WPIAL boys’ and girls’ champs, along with PIAA girls’ champion Mount Lebanon, started strong…
A man accused of stabbing his wife in Indiana Township is now also facing charges in an ATM robbery. Winston Parrish, 25, allegedly robbed a woman outside the PNC Bank on Butler Street in Shaler on December 23.
A local family says their loved one’s remains weren’t treated with respect at a cemetery and now the matter is going to court.
We’re providing live playoff updates from Antimarino Stadium all night long, as Gateway and Shaler open the 2011 WPIAL postseason…
ROOT Sports and 93.7 The Fan will both bring you live Quad-A playoff action Friday night, though one of those games has been moved to a different venue…
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek is joined by Judge Robert Dzvonick, Magisterial District Judge of Shaler, Reserve, Millvale and Etna.
The coordinating producer of high school football coverage on ROOT Sports breaks down North Allegheny’s win over Shaler and looks ahead to the Quad-A playoffs.
North Allegheny takes on Shaler Friday night with bragging rights in Quad-A’s Northern Seven Conference at stake. Can Shaler rebound from a tough Week 7 loss and earn the right to brag, or will N.A. continue its impressive WPIAL/PIAA title defense?
A pedestrian was hit by a car in the North Hills. The victim was struck in the 600-block of Mt. Royal Boulevard in Shaler.
A pivotal game in WPIAL Class AAAA will be featured as part of ROOT Sports’ high school football coverage next Friday.