Nine months ago, a fire at the Center Township Garage destroyed all of the township’s equipment, including 3 snow plows.
The building across from St. Elizabeth Health Center has been empty for nearly a decade.
Mary E. Greathouse, 83, died November 15
There are many opportunities for someone who wants to work as a cook, including jobs at places like Shepherd of the Valley.
After a review by the Attorney General’s Office, a special prosecutor may be appointed.
Workers this week removed the last bit of scaffolding to unveil a freshly painted and restored U.S. Capitol.
Two years ago, there was a foot of snow on the ground. This year, there hasn’t been a flake yet but that could change over the weekend.
The special parking spaces are painted purple for Purple Heart veterans wounded in combat.
Video from a television station helicopter showed what appeared to be a pool of blood about 100 yards from the airport’s ticket counters and…
The slumping Pittsburgh Steelers will have to scramble for a playoff berth without defensive end Cam Heyward.
The indictment alleges that as mayor, Ralph Infante accepted bribes and operated an illegal gambling business.
Jodi O’Rell Imes, 43, died November 15
Mary Andrea Ochman, 69, died November 15
Martin J. “Tiny” Jensen, died November 15
House Republicans picked the Wisconsin Republican at a closed-door meeting Tuesday.
The 85-year-old man was struck by a car while crossing the street get to his paper box on Tuesday morning.
The suspect, who works in the county jail, was charged with assault after police said he punched a man at Blue Wolf Tavern.
James says such comments underscore the difficulties young African-Americans have in gaining respect, especially in the business world.
Police shut down Broad at 3rd and High after a Dakota Access pipeline protester chained himself underneath a vehicle.
The village received more fiscal emergency designations than any local government since the designation was created in 1979.