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Deputy warden retires from Westmoreland prison

George Lowther started his job as a corrections officer with the Westmoreland County Prison on the first day the prison opened in 1993. Lowther, who rose through ranks over the years to become deputy warden, will be saying goodbye to the prison in Hempfield, and his longtime job. The county prison board on Monday accepted his resignation, effective on Oct. 7.
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PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Derry Township road closure, Route 22 lane restrictions to begin Wednesday

Motorists will encounter a detour in Derry Township and a lane restriction in the New Alexandria area this week, according to PennDOT officials. Single-lane, nighttime restrictions are scheduled to begin Wednesday on Route 22 in New Alexandria and Salem Township. The nightly restrictions are to be in place between 8...
NEW ALEXANDRIA, PA
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Garage floor collapses at Penn Hills home

PENN HILLS, Pa. — A car is seen dangling in photos shared by the Penn Hills No. 7 Volunteer Fire Company after a garage floor collapsed at a home. Firefighters and the Penn Hills Police Department responded to the 300 block of Bon Air Road on Sunday. According to...
PENN HILLS, PA

New Stanton man seriously hurt in Hempfield crash

A New Stanton man was seriously injured Friday after state police said he tried to pass another vehicle on Arona Road in Hempfield. A Toyota Sienna with two occupants slowed near the road’s intersection with Davinci Drive around 8:30 p.m. to make a left turn. Troopers said James D. Herrin, 68, failed to slow down or stop the Chevrolet Silverado he was driving and crossed over the center line to pass the minivan.
NEW STANTON, PA
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Officials break ground on new housing development at Hawkins Village

RANKIN, Pa. — Officials marked the start of construction Monday of the new affordable housing community set to replace Hawkins Village. In 1941, the site opened as temporary housing for soldiers returning home from World War II, but decades later, it was still being used as permanent housing. Construction...
RANKIN, PA
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Turtle Creek nursing home shuts down suddenly

Firefighters, paramedics and a port authority bus were seen outside of a Turtle Creek nursing home after the home had to be shut down suddenly. That’s according to the mayor of Turtle Creek Borough. Forty-seven residents were evacuated from Hillside Manor around 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Mayor Adam Forgie said...
TURTLE CREEK, PA
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Route 28 Ramp Closures Begin Tuesday, September 27 in Harmar, Springdale, Frazer and East Deer Townships

An update has been published to District 11 News on the PennDOT website. Please see below for details. Route 28 Ramp Closures Begin Next Week in Allegheny County. ​Pittsburgh, PA – PennDOT District 11 is announcing overnight ramp closures on Route 28 in Harmar, Springdale, Frazer, East Deer townships, Allegheny County, will begin Tuesday night, September 27 weather permitting.
ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA

Local woman facing felony charges, accused of stealing bank information to gamble, get loan

ARNOLD, Pa. — A local woman is facing several felony charges after police say she used another woman’s bank account to gamble online and take out a loan. According to our news partners at the Trib, 70-year-old Nanci Jane Giuffre, from Arnold, is charged with two counts each of felony identity theft and access device fraud, along with felony counts of forgery and theft.
ARNOLD, PA
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A-K Valley Senior Spotlight: Burrell’s Kadi Bauer

From a top 12 finish at the state track meet to broken individual and school records to, most recently, a big improvement in times at the annual Red, White & Blue Invitational, senior Kadi Bauer has done a lot in her Burrell athletic career. “One of my favorite memories is...
LOWER BURRELL, PA
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