Monday Jun 10
Eaglet leaves nest on Hays hillside
Comes a time for all parents when the children grow up and move out. Pittsburgh's newest empty nesters are the eagles of Hays, whose lone offspring left the nest Saturday.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Trib Total Media employee missing; reward offered for information
A Trib Total Media employee is missing and the company is offering a reward for information that will help discover his whereabouts.
Wed May 29, 2013
Jury finds teen guilty in fatal shooting of Penn Hills girl, setting body on fire
The teenager who set a house on fire in an attempt to cover up a murder was found guilty by an Allegheny County jury Wednesday.
New Pittsburgh Courier Online
Church Circuit 5-29-13
Rummage Sale MAY 31-Beulah Presbyterian Church will host a Rummage Sale from 3-8 p.m. at 2500 McCrady Rd., Churchill.
Arrest Warrant Issued in Wilkinsburg Double Shooting
Detectives from the homicide unit have secured an arrest warrant for Brian Hall in relation to the overnight double shooting in Wilkinsburg.
Thu May 23, 2013
Legal Advice For Witness Holds Up Penn Hills Murder Trial
The case of a teenager accused of shooting another teen and setting her Penn Hills home on fire, hit a snag Thursday afternoon when a judge determined a witness needed legal advice.
East Hills DUI Task Force to Conduct Roving Patrols in Plum, Oakmont
It's Memorial Day weekend, and local police want to keep drunk drivers off the roads.
Man Waives Two DUI Hearings in Wilkinsburg Court
Wilkinsburg District Judge Kim Hoots heard the following cases on May 16: Daryl White, 22, of Penn Hills, waived a preliminary on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.
Wed May 22, 2013
New Pittsburgh Courier Online
Church Circuit 5-22-13
Financial Seminar MAY 25-The Young Women's Initiative of Bethel AME Church, 2720 Webster Ave., Hill District, will host a Financial Seminar at 9:30 a.m. The seminar, which will be facilitated by Rhonda Carson Leach, director of the Urban Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Pittsburgh, will give women the tools needed to ensure a ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Capitol Hill: Suburbanization of Poverty Isolates a Growing Number of Americans
Poverty is no longer a predominantly urban problem - and the suburbs are no longer the refuge of the upper classes .
Penn Hills Drug Suspects Facing Federal Charges
Two of three suspects facing state drug charges in last month's multi-million dollar drug bust in Penn Hills will be tried in federal court, and the case of the third is likely to be tried in federal court as well.
Caulfield Hears DUI, Drug Cases
Forest Hills District Justice Thomas Caulfield heard the following cases on May 15: Michael Mosley, 31, of East Liberty, waived a preliminary hearing on charges of failure to stop at a red light, operating a vehicle without valid inspection, evidence of emission inspection and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled ... (more)