A simmering feud between neighbors in Smith Township apparently led to the fatal shooting that left one of them dead while he was cutting his grass Wednesday afternoon.
More than a dozen bullets fired during a shootout between teenagers outside the Circle K in Carmichaels earlier this year narrowly missed numerous bystanders at the gas station, but struck parked cars and a building across the street that caters to children with special needs.
Peters Township will revisit a revised zoning ordinance after it failed to pass earlier this month.
A Smith Township man was arrested and charged with homicide after he fatally shot his neighbor while the victim was cutting the grass on his riding lawnmower Wednesday afternoon.
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This summer at the movies, Tom Cruise is back in the cockpit behind those iconic aviators. Doctors Grant, Sattler and Ian Malcolm are returning for another round with the dinosaurs. Natalie Portman is picking up Thor’s hammer. And Jordan Peele is poised to terrify us with the unknown. Again.
The Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh will host Russell Shorto, author of the recently published book "Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob," on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m.
Anne Kraybill will be stepping down in July as the director and CEO of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, it was announced last week.
Following a two-year pandemic-related hiatus, St. Vincent Summer Theatre returns this year with productions of the musicals "Nunsense" and "Lend Me a Tenor."