Friday Apr 11
Baldwin-Whitehall teachers sue district over pay
Three Baldwin-Whitehall School District teachers, all women, sued their employer today in U.S. District Court, saying that when they were hired a decade ago their experience was not weighted as heavily as that of male hires.
Local volunteer is a finalist fo the Alliance for Community Trees Volunteer of the Year Award
Patchel is a volunteer for many local organizations. He has promoted the value of urban trees and helped dig planting holes with kids at the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf and the Boys and Girls Club of Wilkinsburg.
The Lebanon Daily News
Liquor Control Board concerned about W. Pa. judges
Allegheny County judges too often side with bars that serve alcohol to underage patrons, stay open after 2 a.m. or attract violence when the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board cancels their licenses, forming a "regrettable" pattern that endangers communities, the state agency claims.
Man Arrested Following Police Chase, Crash In Edgewood
One man is in custody after leading police on a chase and injuring two woman in a crash Wednesday morning.
Allegheny County councilman cancels meeting on gas drilling law
An attorney who challenged Act 13 zoning regulations for natural gas drillers before the state Supreme Court was scheduled to give a presentation today to members of Allegheny County Council's education committee, but the talk has been canceled.