Chicago man among four Sin City Deciples members convicted in racketeering caseThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
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Operators of 5 Pennsylvania McDonald’s locations face $26k in penalties for child labor violationsThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
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Pittsburgh Drivers Are Being Charged Thousands of Dollars to Get Cars Towed After CrashesMadocNewsBreak Contributor
Westmoreland man charges with abusing two-year-old
Christopher McClellan Timko was charged with two counts of aggravated assault of a child Thursday, after endangering the welfare of a two-month-old infant and obstruction after an infant was admitted to the hospital with broken bones.
Pennsylvania State Police arrest man after high-speed chase in Unity Township
A man is behind bars after state police say he led officers on a high-speed chase in Unity Township.
School bus narrowly misses crashing into house in Murrysville; driver taken to hospital
Emergency crews were called to the scene of a school bus crash in Murrysville Thursday afternoon.
Fire rekindles at Westmoreland County home on Thursday morning
ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Firefighters were twice called to a home in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County on Wednesday night and Thursday morning. The fire chief told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 they were initially called to the home on the 500 block of Webster Hollow Road for smoke coming from a wood-burning stove.
Contractor accused of fraud by Allegheny Township police faces trial for 4 similar cases
A home remodeling contractor from Pitcairn accused five times in as many years of taking money for work he didn’t do has been ordered to stand trial for charges filed by four Westmoreland County police departments. Daniel Ronald Amodeo, 54, of the 600 block of Wall Avenue was charged...
Clairton man receives prison sentence for sale of fentanyl
A Clairton man convicted in September for possession and sale of fentanyl told a Westmoreland County judge on Thursday he was ready to turn his life around. Anthony Jamison, 34, has been free after he paid $100,000 bail in October 2021, more than five months after his arrest on drug offenses following a police investigation and chase in North Huntingdon.
Laurels & lances: Time, money, gas and guns
Laurel: To a little piece of history. Opening a time capsule is like cracking the seal on the past. It isn’t like reading about what happened decades ago. It’s more like getting a call from an earlier version of yourself or taking a ride in a flying DeLorean. It’s a time machine that sits still and waits for the world to move around it until the time comes to open it.
Aultman's Integral Role in Fostering Community Spirit and Healthcare Excellence
The Aultman Fire Station has long been a cornerstone of community spirit and resilience. More than just a response team for emergencies, the Aultman Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) is deeply involved in local activities, fostering a sense of unity. Notably, their weekly Bingo nights and the United, We Care Super Bingo event reflect their commitment to the community, raising funds for the United Way and reinforcing social ties.
Greensburg police detective speaks on ongoing investigation at a Greensburg Salem School District elementary school
GREENSBURG, Pa. — A Greensburg police detective is speaking about an ongoing investigation at aGreensburg Salem School District elementary school. Watch the report from Greensburg in the video above. Detective Sgt. Justin Scalzo said answers about what happened at an elementary school should be coming soon. "Be patient with...
Man accused of having gun, narcotics in car pulled over by Arnold police ordered to stand trial
A man accused by Arnold police of selling drugs and carrying a gun illegally has been ordered to stand trial on felony charges. Charles Lawrence Bacon, 18, of the 500 block of Marion Street in East Deer was charged Nov. 20 with two counts of possession of drugs with the intent to deliver and a count of illegal possession of a firearm, which are felonies, along with a count of drug possession.
Experience Authentic Flavors: Uncover Greensburg's Top 3 Chinese Restaurants
In this article, we explore three exceptional Chinese restaurants located in Greensburg. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
These irwin, PA based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around irwin.
5 things to do in Westmoreland County this weekend: Dec. 1-3
The holiday season is in full swing. Instead of bundling up by the fire, here are five things to get you out and about in Westmoreland this weekend. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, the annual Holly Jolly Christmas returns to downtown Latrobe. The event will feature a meet-and-greet...
Incident inside Greensburg Salem classroom being investigated
In a letter to families in the district, Dr. Kenneth Bissell the incident, which details were not made available, was “immediately reportedly through ChildLine.”
Route 136 reopens in Hempfield following mobile home fire
Route 136 reopened around 9 p.m. Wednesday night in Hempfield, after crews knocked down a truck fire which had spread to a nearby mobile home, according to a Westmoreland 911 supervisor. First responders were called to a house trailer near the intersection of Route 136, Ladysmith and Beeno roads around...
Man accused of being lookout during New Kensington burglary faces felony charges
New Kensington police accuse a man of participating in a burglary at a home where fireworks were stolen and more than $1,000 in damage was caused while the occupants were away camping. Trevon Lamont Wilson, 20, of the 1400 block of Fifth Avenue in Arnold was charged with felony counts...
Penn Township residents without drinking water since summer
PENN TWP — Families in the Mandell Trails Mobile Home Park will have to rely on bottled water this Christmas for everything from showers to cooking. And according to residents Harvey and Heather Houtz, issues with the park’s water system have been ongoing since at least midsummer. “It’s...
Christmas tree vendors hit with inflation, some see price increases
It’s probably going to cost a bit more to deck the halls this year for those who prefer to set up a live Christmas tree. The seasonal staple has fallen victim to inflation. Christmas tree growers and vendors have noted price hikes of various levels for this season. At Habes Nursery in Leechburg, this is the first year since the covid pandemic that the nursery has sold trees again. Returning customers may notice a jump in prices.
Discover Greensburg: 4 Exquisite Cafes That Deserve Your Attention
In this article, we explore four delightful cafes in Greensburg. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts and comments below!
The Remarkable Revival of the Kiskiminetas River: From Pollution to Recreation
Once a victim of severe pollution, the Kiskiminetas River, or 'Kiski', now stands as a beacon of transformation and recreation. Through the concerted efforts of local organizations such as the Kiski Watershed Association and the Roaring Run Watershed Association, the river has been reborn from its troubled past. Key projects, including the Leechburg boat launch funded by community donations and grants, have opened the river's embrace to outdoor enthusiasts for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The river's manageable flow and scenic vistas offer a tranquil escape for tubing and wildlife observation, fostering a deep connection with nature for locals and visitors alike.