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March 6 The Kansas City Star A developer's plan to foreclose on a $3.1 million loan owed by Homestead Country Club in Prairie Village and redevelop the property as single-family housing has the 1950s vintage tennis and swimming facility scrambling to
The medical examiner's office said the boy, whose name has not been released, lived on Mount Pleasant Road. Lexi Belculfine: firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-263-1878 or on .
It's going to be long term or permanent, Stephen Shurgot, Wilmerding Borough Council president, said about the closure...The road is crucial from an emergency services standpoint, he said. It's the most direct route for our police department, Mr.
Man rescued from snow bank gets a ride home from two good Samaritans March 6, 2014 12:27 AM Share with others: Elderly man in snow bank was very happy for the lift I live in Passavant Retirement Community in Zelienople. Although I am along in years,
Fourth River Development, which was hired by the Pittsburgh Public Schools board to market closed school buildings, announced these prices for the next round of buildings planned for sale: Gladstone, Hazelwood, $250,000, built 1914, closed 2001, 142,
The Canadian consulate plans to set up shop temporarily in Pittsburgh next month to further promote economic and cultural ties between that country and Pennsylvania. The Consulate General of Canada has offices in New York City that cover Pennsylvania
Photos Butler County authorities are searching for a pair of Rose Hill teens missing since Thursday afternoon. Michael Conroy II, 16, and Athenia Brinkley, 15, were last seen walking north-northeast out of Rose Hill along railroad tracks about 4:30 p.
35 a.m.in the southbound lanes of I-79 near Zelienople, a Butler County dispatcher said. Pennsylvania State Police diverted traffic off the interstate at Exit 88/Little Creek Road...Several other crashes occurred this morning after a glaze of snow
Toilets, refrigerators, carpeting, dryers, lumber, scrap, TVs, tires and every little thing from dolls' heads to shoes lie in piles over hillsides throughout the city and county. "The total tonnage is mind-boggling," said Joe Divack, the DumpBuster
The Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., is known for many things, among them huge public housing projects, extremely high poverty and crime. Last summer, a one-year-old boy was shot in the head and killed as he sat in a stroller in the