Police Identify Four Teenagers Who Left A Deer Carcass Near Picket LinesPeters Township Police have identified four teenagers who they believe left a spray-painted deer carcass near the picket lines for striking teachers.
Despite Dead Animal Investigation, Negotiations Continue In Peters Township Strike Negotiations continued between the Peters Township School District and Peters Township Federation of Teachers Wednesday.
School District, Union To Hold Talks Amid Teachers' StrikeA negotiation session is scheduled between one of western Pennsylvania's most affluent school districts and the union representing its teachers.
Teachers In Peters Township Hit Picket LinesAfter last-minute negotiations failed, teachers in Peters Township are on strike.
Peters Twp. Teachers Will Strike After Failing To Reach Agreement With School DistrictThe Peters Township School District is meeting with teachers tonight in a final bid to avoid a strike.
Last-Ditch Talks Slated To Head Off Peters Teachers' StrikeLast-ditch negotiations have been scheduled to avert a teachers' strike in one of western Pennsylvania's most affluent school districts.
School Districts Optimistic They Can Avoid A School Bus Strike In MayWestern Pennsylvanians are used to school strikes, but usually with teachers at the beginning of the school year.
Teachers, Community Come Out Swinging At East Allegheny Board Meeting Teachers and the community come out swinging at the East Allegheny School Board meeting Tuesday night.
First Day Of School Postponed As East Allegheny Teachers Strike Tuesday was supposed to be the first day of school in the East Allegheny School District.
Pittsburgh Area Utility Workers Approve ContractUtility workers in the Pittsburgh area have approved a new contract.
Pa. American Water Points To Striking Workers For Open HydrantsAs the strike enters its fourth week, more than a dozen hydrants have been opened, and police warn that a loss of water pressure could put people in danger.
Spotlight On Striking PAWC Workers After Fire Hydrants OpenedLoosen the bolt on top of a hydrant and within seconds, hundreds of gallons of water will come rushing out.