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The URA board today is expected to approve buying the former Sheraden Market, 2928 Sheraden Blvd., from owner Cirdok Co. for $365,000. It is expected to buy an adjacent parking lot from Joseph Krobot for $60,000. Rob Stephany, URA executive director,
City police said Antonio Stamps, 25, of Sheraden, shot Andrew Smith, 20, in a dispute over money.
Firefighters found Mr. Collura, 38, about 15 feet inside the house at 1322 Pritchard St. when they responded to the fire, which was reported at 12:24 p.m...Neighbors said Mr. Collura lived alone in the 2 1/2 story frame house...Mr. Collura had been
The fire was reported after noon in a 2 1/2 story frame house in the 1300 block of Pritchard Street. The Allegheny County Medical Examiner was called to the scene, and three ambulances have been dispatched.
Todd, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Police are searching for two men suspected of robbing a Sheraden woman by gunpoint this afternoon. Allegheny County dispatchers said a woman calling from the 3100 block of Chartiers Avenue around 5:40 p.m. reported that
Joyce Since 1982, Judge Joyce has served Carnegie, Crafton, Ingram, Pennsbury Village, Rosslyn Farms and Thornburg. "I have enjoyed serving these communities for 30 years and am looking forward to doing so in the future," Mr. Joyce said. His office
Tushon Brown, 36, is scheduled to appear before Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Edward Borkowski. Mr. Brown, a convicted sex offender, is charged with homicide, statutory sexual assault, abuse of a corpse and other counts for the death of Lauren
Narcotics detectives said they found 86 stamp bags of the drug inside the home of Garriton Jones, 32. Universal Street just after 6 a.m. and also found cell phones and cash, police said.
Sheraden man Wednesday, February 02, 2011 Vivian Nereim, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Two men accused of killing a Sheraden man during a botched burglary in 2008 were found guilty today of numerous charges. An Allegheny County jury of six men and six