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Tarentum officials wanted to hire a veteran code enforcement officer to spearhead its efforts against blight. They got one by reaching out across the river... [Read More]
A memorial honoring the late New Kensington police Officer Brian Shaw was unveiled Saturday in a private ceremony on the one year anniversary of his... [Read More]
New Kensington Civic Theatre's 'Almost Sinatra' show, scheduled for Dec 1 at Penn State, New Kensington, has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. ... [Read More]
An investigation into a shooting Thursday night in New Kensington indicates that it may have been a home invasion, but police say the victim isn't... [Read More]
Saturday will mark one year since the New Kensington Police Department was changed forever. [Read More]
A man was sent to a local hospital after being shot Thursday in New Kensington. City police responded to the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue... [Read More]
The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a Winter Weather Advisory that's in effect until 7 p.m. It covers parts of southwest and western... [Read More]
Siemens employees used to have a 13-mile drive between the company's tooling facility in New Kensington and Arnold and its service and development center in... [Read More]
For aspiring photographers, Anthony Latella of New Kensington had simple advice. 'Learn how to operate the camera, find a mentor, take lots of pictures and... [Read More]
Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley held its ninth annual 'Dog Walk' at Harrison Hills Park on Saturday. The one-day event was a fundraiser for the... [Read More]
A Penn Hills man already serving up to 50 years in prison demanded in court on Friday to plead guilty to shooting two people in... [Read More]
A man died from injuries he suffered in a motorcycle crash in New Kensington Wednesday night, according to police Chief Bob Deringer. Kenneth James Imm,... [Read More]
An area man was critically injured in a motorcycle wreck at about 10 p.m. Wednesday in the access road leading to the Rite Aid off... [Read More]
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New Kensington residents celebrated on Saturday what many of them love about their city: its diversity. Area churches turned out to make traditional Italian, Polish,... [Read More]
Robin and Rob Taylor, self-styled 'beer snobs' from Cranberry, liked samples they tasted of a gold, light beer at the first festival of its type... [Read More]
Troy Owen lost his business, Liberty Tax Service, in a massive fire that swept through New Kensington's downtown business district on Thursday, but said he... [Read More]
New Kensington resident Darla Tort spent her Friday giving back to her community instead of her typical day in the office. Tort was volunteering at... [Read More]
An Allegheny County man awaiting retrial for rape of a New Kensington woman nearly three decades ago wants to be released from jail, saying his... [Read More]
Officials continue to look into complaints about rats in New Kensington's Parnassus neighborhood but have not found a serious problem so far. Councilman Doug Aftanas... [Read More]
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