Monday Jul 7
Congressman Murphy outlines mental health reform
About six psychiatrists work in Washington County, and the number is even lower in Greene County.
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Thu Jul 03, 2014
St. Clair Hospital hosting Summer Swing
St. Clair Hospital junior volunteers Chloe Hoffman and Johnny Sieber prepare to test drive a 1955 Buick Special as they make final preparations for the Hospital's Summer Swing fundraiser, which this year will feature an early 1950's vibe to help celebrate St. Clair's 60th Anniversary.
Summer STEAMing with fun
The classroom doors opened, and there lay a dummy with a knife protruding from its head.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Ride-sharing legislation unlikely until Sept.
State legislators are preparing bills to allow ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft to operate in Pennsylvania, as Mayor Bill Peduto requested after two judges Tuesday ordered a halt to operations.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Fourth of July Happenings
In celebration of the Fourth of July, The Pie Place in Upper St. Clair will offer a kids baking class at 10 a.m. July 3. At 10 a.m., children ages 4 and up will create a dozen stars and striped-themed hand-stamped sugar cookies with the help of instructor Jessica Gombar of The Pie Place.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Corbett signs execution warrant for Washington man
A Washington man convicted of killing a 78-year-old Upper St. Clair woman in 2003 is scheduled to die Aug. 20. Stollar received a death sentence in March 2008 in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas for the June 4, 2003 beating and stabbing death of Jean Heck during a robbery at her home.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Upper St. Clair alumnus receives patent
Matt Vernacchia, Upper St. Clair class of 2011, has received a patent for his IrisScribe invention, which allows medical patients to communicate via eye movements.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Roccoa s Law heads to governora s desk
Calling it a win for canine officers and handlers across the commonwealth, state Sen. Matt Smith D-Mt.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
5 cleared in '89 jogger rape settle for $40 million from NYC
The five men whose convictions in the brutal 1989 beating and rape of a female jogger in Central Park were later overturned have agreed to a settlement of about $40 million from New York City to resolve a bitterly fought civil rights lawsuit over their arrests and imprisonment for a sensational crime they did not commit.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Vietnam vet joins friend on Wall of Valor just before passing
More than 45 years ago, U.S. Army 1st Lt. Neil H. Brown, right, and 1st Lt. Dan O'Neill served together in Vietnam.
Thu Jun 12, 2014
Upper St. Clair alum receives patent
Matt Vernacchia, Upper St. Clair class of 2011, has received a patent for his IrisScribe invention, which allows for medical patients to communicate via eye movements.
Casey's Champions Camp teaches competitive ball
A couple of June institutions -- MLB's First-Year Player Draft and the start of camp season for out-of-school youngsters -- will mesh next week in Upper St. Clair, Pa.