Those instantly personalized jerseys that first-round draft picks display for the cameras on stage at the NFL Draft are produced by a Masontown company.
Carmichaels Area School Board Wednesday approved the district’s 2015-16 tentative budget, which lists spending at $16,643,615, about $300,000 less than the budget approved in January.
A Cumberland Township man is accused of robbing a Fayette County pharmacy at gunpoint Wednesday.
From left, Alan Yanak and Bob Kiger, with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority, repair a valve box lid Wednesday on Church Street in Waynesburg.
The Clarksville Lions Club has named Morgan Simkovic its student of the month for April.
Staff from the office of state Rep. Peter J. Daley, D-California, will offer free help with any state program during outreach visits at three locations in May:
Charleroi Area School District will name its football stadium to honor pro football player Myron Pottios, who graduated from the district in 1957.
Road improvement projects are coming in Fallowfield Township.
Charleroi Area School Board is considering two proposals for redevelopment of the former Atlas building and the former football stadium in downtown Charleroi.
The driver of a charter bus transporting students in the California Area High School band was charged last week in Tennessee with driving under the influence, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A development company is unhappy with North Strabane Township supervisors turning down its plans for 152 single-family lots.
An Allegheny County man shot Wednesday night died early Thursday at a Pittsburgh hospital.
Elections officials expect to finish tallying Washington County Democrats' paper ballots in the race for the party's U.S. Senate nomination by the end of the day Thursday.
Three University of Pittsburgh students, one from Peters Township, are taking a 700-mile bike trip to raise money for cancer research.
Arbor Day was celebrated at Trinity Middle School Wednesday with students planting trees.
Driving a school bus is no easy job. Kids by nature can be noisy and unruly, and driving safely amid such distraction requires skill and patience.
As elections go, the balloting Tuesday in Pennsylvania, and in this area, wasn’t the most spine-tingling in history.
For democracy to work, its citizens must participate in elections.
When shoppers arrive May 12 for the opening of the Main Street Farmers’ Market, they won’t have to worry much about the weather. They’ll be under the cover of the new pavilion and won’t have to rush between raindrops.
Can there be anyone out there who still doubts how pervasive drug addiction is in this community? Certainly not anyone who has paid attention to local news lately.
Barbetta wins first softball award at Tri-County Athletic Directors Coach of the Year Banquet.
PHOENIX (AP) – Chris Herrmann drove in four runs with a home run and double, Rubby De La Rosa gave up three hits over six-plus innings, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 Saturday night.
Ben Bishop stopped 34 shots and Alex Killorn scored with less than two minutes remaining Thursday night as the Tampa Bay Lightning advanced to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
A special salute set for honorees at Coach of the Year banquet.
BOSTON – The Ethiopians ran past the Kenyans on their way to the Boston Marathon finish line Monday and nearly swept them off the victory podium.
WASHINGTON — T.J. Oshie raised his arms in celebration and looked at referee Dan O’Rourke. Oshie was pretty sure he scored in overtime to complete a hat trick and one of the biggest games of his career.
ARLINGTON, Va. – Sidney Crosby vs. Alex Ovechkin will be the headline of most stories about the Pittsburgh Penguins-Washington Capitals playoff series.
PITTSBURGH – Phil Kessel speaks in a polite whisper, as if he’s worried talking too loudly might inadvertently attract the spotlight and well, he doesn’t want that.
PITTSBURGH – Sidney Crosby danced through the neutral zone, slipped across the New York Rangers’ blue line and waited for help. It arrived in the form of a blurring No. 43 black-and-gold jersey, the one worn by a player whose speed and relentlessness propelled him from prospect to...
PITTSBURGH – The end of two springs’ worth of playoff angst for the Pittsburgh Penguins came suddenly, crammed into 14 minutes of pure exhilaration, one highlight-reel sequence piled atop another.
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April 28, 2016
DENVER (AP) – Jordy Mercer hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the 12th inning, and the Pittsburgh Pirates continued their mastery of the Colorado Rockies with a 9-8 marathon win Wednesday night.
April 27, 2016
DENVER (AP) – Slumping outfielder Andrew McCutchen hit three homers and drove in five runs to help the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Colorado Rockies 9-4 Tuesday night.
April 26, 2016
DENVER (AP) – Jeff Locke kept throwing the ball at knee level – or slightly lower – and kept getting the call for a strike.
April 24, 2016
PHOENIX – Arizona pitcher Shelby Miller played left field and chased after Sean Rodriguez’s go-ahead double in the 13th inning before striking out to end the game, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Diamondbacks 12-10 on Sunday.
April 23, 2016
PHOENIX (AP) – Sean Rodriguez, Gregory Polanco and Jordy Mercer homered and the Pittsburgh Pirates held on to beat Arizona 8-7 Friday night, snapping the Diamondbacks’ five-game winning streak.
April 22, 2016
SAN DIEGO — Gerrit Cole pitched six impressive innings for his first win this season and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the San Diego Padres 11-1 on Thursday night to avoid a three-game sweep.
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