15 hrs ago
Man Pleads No Contest In Wife's 1993 Drowning Death
Her death was originally ruled an accident, but last November, a witness came forward, which prompted a coroner's inquest.
23 hrs ago
UPMC mails fliers criticizing health proposal
The fliers targeting state Rep. Jim Christiana look like those that might hit Beaver County mailboxes in the thick of campaign season.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Pa. plans to court Boeing for new factory
Pennsylvania plans to join a high-stakes competition for the chance to assemble the Boeing Co.'
Blue Steel Club One Of Two Monaca Bars Shut Down By State Police Last Night
Agents with the Pennsylvania State Police's Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement division shut down two Monaca bars yesterday, including the Blue Steel which has been the center of recent controversies within the community.
Casey urges Shell to build Beaver County cracker
The Horsehead Holding Corp. zinc smelter in Potter Township. Shell is looking at building a petrochemical plant there.
Counties consider allowing drilling on their land
Beaver County is joining Allegheny County in an attempt to get money for drilling rights on county-owned land.
American Bridge begins layoffs in Coraopolis
American Bridge Co. is in the beginning stages of a previously announced layoff plan.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
District Attorney's Criminal Investigation Hampers Journalistic Efforts
A criminal investigation conducted by District Attorney Anthony Berosh into alleged confidential journalistic sources for the Beaver Countian has caused a chilling effect which is hampering this publication's efforts to expose further governmental corruption.
County Commissioners Ask Judge To Find Sheriff David And Deputies In Contempt Of Court
The Beaver County Board of Commissioners filed a petition today to have a judge find Sheriff George David and his Deputies in contempt of court.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
West Virginia - Tests Find Asian Carp eDNA in PA, WV Sections of Ohio River
State officials from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources have confirmed that environmental DNA from the invasive Asian silver carp has been found in two water samples collected from the Ohio River.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Shell drops plan for Gulf Coast plant, keeps Monaca ethane cracker on list
Royal Dutch Shell announced today that it's dropping its plans for building a gas-to-liquids plant on the Gulf Coast, narrowing the competition for capital funds available for a proposed ethane cracker in Beaver County.
Editorial: Sheriff George David Lies To Investigators About Gun Permit Incident
Sheriff George David wasn't actually breaking the law when he was secretly caught on tape giving a heavily discounted gun permit to a man who offered to testify as a character witness for him, he was simply pretending to break the law to see if one of his secretaries would expose him.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
W. Pa. county cuts sheriff's budget over Obamacare
A western Pennsylvania county sheriff awaiting trial on charges he threatened a political campaign worker and an online news reporter claims his office was unfairly targeted with a $400,000 budget cut.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Sheriff's Deputy Wrecks New County Car While Patrolling Aliquippa In Early Morning Hours
According to an incident report filed by Aliquippa Sgt. Don Lane, Beaver County Sheriff's Deputy Ronald Costanza struck a utility pole at around 4:30am on November 26th on Sheffield Road in Aliquippa.
Lottery ticket worth $325K sold at Beaver County Giant Eagle.
One jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $325,000 was sold at a Beaver County Giant Eagle for Saturday's drawing.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Faux federal agent spoke with officer
Police say a telephone caller running a Homeland Security-themed scam was so persistent he continued his shtick even after a western Pennsylvania police officer answered the elderly target's phone.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
A third officer has been fired from a western Pennsylvania county jail where an inmate's $2,800 went missing.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Utility's bid for hauling coal ash by barge could get approval on fast track
FirstEnergy Corp.'s controversial plan to barge more than 3.5 million tons of coal ash a year on the Ohio and Monongahela rivers to a new disposal site in Fayette County could be approved by the state before the public gets a chance to fully comment on important parts of the proposal, according to four environmental organizations.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
PennDOT keeping roads clear in Beaver County
PennDOT crews worked all night to keep roads clear for Wednesday's commute, but below-freezing temperatures still create the potential for slick spots.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Winter Weather Warning, Advisory Remain In Effect Through Morning
Winter weather warnings and advisories remain in effect across the area tonight as even more snow moves into the area.