New Jersey Herald
Ukrainian festival in Pa. to go on despite crisis
The downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine's war zone casts a somber tone over Western Pennsylvania's largest Ukrainian festival, says an organizer of the event that starts Wednesday.
4 Injured, Power Knocked Out When Car Hits Utility Pole In Kennedy Twp.
Officials say the car was traveling down the road when it crashed into the pole, knocking out power to area residents.
McKees Rocks Industrial to pay former employee $100K
McKees Rocks Industrial Enterprises Inc. and company President James T. Lind agreed to pay $100,000 to resolve a lawsuit alleging the illegal termination of a general laborer, the U.S. Department of Labor announced Monday.
Car containing body located in Chartiers Creek
A body was found inside a vehicle Saturday submerged in Chartiers Creek in McKees Rocks, according to Allegheny County emergency dispatchers.
McKees Rocks spring-maker looks international following Canadian expansion
Although the company has had success selling its custom made springs domestically for the past 75 years, as demand for U.S.-made products has increased, McKees Rocks-based Ace Wire Spring and Form Co.