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Last Sunday was a special day for the Muslim community in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. It was a day of hope, empowerment and building relationships.
There was talk about treatment centers, naloxone laws and crime statistics during a drug forum held at Greater Johnstown High School on Monday night.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Sec. Ted Dallas, Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania Department of Health Sec. Dr.
Members of the Eureka Coal Heritage Foundation don't believe in changing a good thing.
On June 30, Carter David MacMurdo will be one of about 1,200 young men and women inducted into the Navy at the United States Naval Academy at
The U.S. House passed legislation Wednesday preventing the Environmental Protection Agency from enacting its ozone rule.
A bipartisan group of 18 US lawmakers have urged House Speaker Paul Ryan to raise the issue of lack of religious freedom for minority communities in India during his meeting with Prime Minister Nar
As state legislators who have worked to bring an ethane cracker plant to Beaver County for four years celebrated Shell Chemicals’ decision Tu
Showcase for Commerce has enjoyed successful longevity.
The annual expo for defense contractors, tech companies and other businesses is now in its 26th year.