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Jury selection for a Penn Hills man charged with first-degree murder in New Kensington last year is set to begin Oct. 2. Westmoreland County prosecutors... [Read More]
Everyone likes a festival, so it was no surprise that the one showcasing New Kensington's Corridor of Innovation along Fifth Avenue was a success. But... [Read More]
There's a familiar face and voice roaming the sidelines for Penn State New Kensington men's soccer. The face is longtime assistant-turned-coach Pat Cavanaugh. The hoarse... [Read More]
It's not often as a "bar band" that Mike Vasey and his fellow musicians are able to see little kids and older people enjoying the... [Read More]
Members of the last graduating class of New Kensington High School are celebrating 50 years since their commencement, with what organizers are calling the last... [Read More]
Ten high school marching bands will gather for the 71st annual Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival on Wednesday at Valley High School in New Kensington.... [Read More]
Smiles were plentiful Saturday afternoon along Fifth Avenue in New Kensington as throngs of people took to the street to marvel at the city's new... [Read More]
Smiles were abound along Fifth Avenue in New Kensington as throngs of people took to the street to marvel at the city's new Corridor of... [Read More]
Frank Costantino is 95 years old and he has seen a lot. As a boy growing up in New Kensington, he knew the boom times,... [Read More]
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Thirteen years before the Ultimate Fighting Championship held its first event, the sport of mixed martial arts took place at the Holiday Inn in New... [Read More]
Following years of effort, New Kensington's Corridor of Innovation will have its first official public debut Saturday, when organizers showcase their efforts during an Art... [Read More]
A long-standing Alle-Kiski legend resurfaced Thursday when a native of the area posted a 1981 Valley News Dispatch article about the 'Green Thing' in New... [Read More]
The Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation and several partner organizations will kick off a series of Business Resources Workshops Sept. 29 in New Kensington. The... [Read More]
Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell joked at the end of August through social media that he needed to find work and was applying for a... [Read More]
New Kensington officials are putting their money where their mouths are. They're dedicating more than $80,000 to tearing down dangerous, abandoned buildings, mostly in the... [Read More]
The future of a vacant lot situated at the corner of Carl Avenue and Tarentum Bridge Road became less certain Tuesday, when New Kensington Council... [Read More]
The future of a vacant lot situated at the corner of Carl Avenue and Tarentum Bridge Road became less certain Tuesday, when New Kensington Council... [Read More]
New Kensington officials hope to utilize federal grant money to tackle some of the worst blighted properties in the city this year. There are about... [Read More]
Michael Travaglia, one of Pennsylvania's longest-tenured death row inmates, has died. Pennsylvania Department of Corrections officials confirmed that Travaglia, 59, formerly of New Kensington, died... [Read More]
Megan Bratkovich led her club volleyball team from New Jersey to Penn State for a tournament in the spring of 2016. She never imagined that... [Read More]
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