Man Found Dead In Woods; No Foul Play Suspected
Police say no foul play is suspected after a man was found dead in a wooded area over the weekend. Police were called to the woods along Slippery Rock Road in West Liberty Borough Saturday afternoon just after 1 p.m. When police got on scene, they found a 64-year-old man...
Police Investigating After Mailbox Thefts
Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly stole items out of mailboxes in Prospect. The incident happened Saturday evening in between 5 to 8 p.m. on both North and South Franklin Streets. Police say the suspect opened packages, stole the items, and then threw the packaging along the side...
Connoquenessing couple starting over after house fire
On Thursday afternoon, Nov. 30, Barbara “Breeze” Menchyk and her husband, Frank, were out delivering dinner to some friends that, in Breeze’s words, were “not in the best of health.” It wasn’t an unexpected thing for them to be doing, as the two are known for being highly active in the community.
The Stroller, Dec. 4, 2023: Events in the Alle-Kiski Valley
Publicize your non-profit’s community events, fundraisers and club meetings for free in The Stroller. Send information at least two weeks in advance to email@example.com or The Stroller, 210 Wood St., Tarentum PA 15084. Please include a daytime telephone number. New Kensington church to ring in the season with soup,...
Two Students Flee Summit Academy Campus
Summit Academy says two students have left the school and are believed to be in the area. School officials sent the alert out Sunday around 2 a.m. They say the students are not dangerous, but urge residents in the Herman area to lock their doors and cars. If you see...
A Foodie's Guide: 3 Must-Try Fast Food Spots in Homestead
This article presents a review of three fast food spots in Homestead. Have you had a chance to try any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
2 years after devastating fire, St. Vladimir Ukrainian Catholic Church rises in Arnold
Two years after a raging fire swept through St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Arnold, support has swelled to see the rise of a new $2.2 million sanctuary. The disaster on Dec. 4, 2021, could easily have destroyed the congregation of just 35 members. Instead, it made the parish...
In brief: Plum, Oakmont area happenings, week of Dec. 4, 2023
Plum School District’s annual Stuff-a-Bus event benefiting Toys for Tots is scheduled for 6 p.m. Dec. 7 at the high school, 900 Elicker Road. Plum’s family-friendly Cinebrunch event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 9 in the banquet hall at the borough building, 2000 Old Mine Road.
Local Heroine Henderson's 8 3-Pointers Lead North Allegheny to Victory over Penn Hills
The North Allegheny girls' basketball team won another game in the Wright Automotive Tip-Off Tournament, beating Penn Hills 54-44. They led 34-24 at halftime and kept a double-digit lead throughout the game.
North Allegheny Bowling Teams Triumph in Season Opener Against Moon Area Tigers
The North Allegheny (NA) Bowling teams began the Winter Sports Season on Wednesday with a section match against the Moon Area Tigers at Perry Park Lanes. The Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Bowling League (WPIBL) was restructured in the offseason, placing NA in a new section with different opponents. Moon, who finished second in the WPIBL West last year, aimed to defeat NA in their first match of the season.
In brief: Holiday happenings, upcoming meetings and more in Penn Hills, Verona
Plum AARP will hold its Christmas Party at Jaden’s II on Dec. 12, beginning at 11:30 a.m. The entertainment will be The G Boys. Plum AARP is a social club open to residents of Plum, Penn Hills, Monroeville and surrounding communities. Each meeting offers free cake and coffee/tea and a program — entertainment or speaker. The club offers an annual Christmas party, May luncheon, and August social. One-day and overnight trips are available through Thomas Tours and Louise Grassi Tours, whose representatives present trip info at the meetings. AARP welcomes newcomers to its regular meetings, held on the second Tuesday of each month at Unity Community Church, beginning at noon. For further info, call Mary Lou at 724-327-8265.
Work Continuing On Freedom and Powell Roads
Work is happening once again this week at a busy Cranberry Township intersection. Crews will be at the intersection of Powell and Freedom Roads doing construction work today. Traffic lights will be flashing in between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Traffic control will be in place as well. Drivers can...
North Allegheny Girls’ Bowling Team Overcomes Early Loss to Win Against North Hills Indians
The North Allegheny (NA) Girls' bowling team won against the North Hills Indians at Pines Plaza in Ross Township. The two teams competed again due to a restructuring that put the Tigers back in the WPIBL West. The Tigers lost the first game 483-511, despite good performances from Abigail Peigh and Senior Julia Jordan. However, the Tigers won the second game, scoring 571-478, with Peigh and Jordan achieving personal bests. Junior Sarah Gill also scored 118.
SENTENCING HEARINGS FOR DRUG OVERDOSE DEATH, STABBING TO BE HELD TODAY
A sentencing hearing is scheduled for a woman who entered guilty pleas to charges connected with a drug overdose death in October of 2022. Heidi Jo Millar of Indiana pleaded guilty to charges of voluntary manslaughter and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, while a charge of drug delivery resulting in death was not prosecuted. Police said that Millar sold the drugs that resulted in the victim’s death.
North Allegheny Tigers Face Harrisburg Cougars for First Time in PIAA Class 6A Semifinals: Local Team Aims for Fourth State Title
The North Allegheny Tigers will play against the Harrisburg Cougars in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona, PA. This is the first time since 2012 that the Tigers have made it to the state's Final Four. It's also the first time these two teams will meet. Both teams have won several games to reach the semifinals, with the Tigers on an eight-game winning streak and the Cougars on a ten-game streak.
North Allegheny Tigers Triumph Over Seneca Valley Raiders, 7-2, in Local Hockey Match
The North Allegheny Tigers won against the Seneca Valley Raiders with a 7-2 score at the RMU Island Sports Center. After a two-week break, the Tigers returned to the game. Both teams started slowly, but the Tigers scored the first goal, thanks to senior Jacob Rice and Tristan Soose's assist. Another goal from senior Logan Cerqua, assisted by Aidan Anthony, ended the first period with the Tigers leading 2-0.
North Allegheny Tigers Secure Place in PIAA Championship with 24-12 Victory Over Harrisburg
The North Allegheny Tigers won a place in the PIAA championship game for the first time since 2012, after a 24-12 win over Harrisburg in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals. The game was held at Mansion Park Stadium. The Tigers used a strong rushing strategy and solid defense to beat the three-time reigning District 3 champions and last season's PIAA runners-up. The Tigers' special teams unit also contributed to the win, setting up the first touchdown.
Today the gas price is close to $3.69 in Callensburg as of 2023-12-04. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.242, a week ago the price is $3.250 , according to AAA.