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District Judge Linda Zucco recently handled the following cases. Charges were filed by Plum police unless otherwise noted. Held for courtRobyn Savko, 38, of New... [Read More]
A child arrived just the other day -- in a gas station parking lot. Bobby and Lindsay Elliott of Allegheny Township had been doing what... [Read More]
The New Kensington Post Office will host a passport fair next weekend. The location is among select post offices in the Western Pennsylvania District hosting... [Read More]
New Kensington council Monday hired three new police officers to fill vacancies created by retirements, city Administrator Dennis Scarpiniti said. Michael A. McSherry of Leechburg,... [Read More]
Water and sewer bills are going up this year for people who live in Arnold, Lower Burrell, New Kensington and portions of Plum. The 15,000... [Read More]
New Kensington is on the way to becoming the latest municipality in the region to require new or newly-renovated commercial buildings to install a lock... [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]
Troy Owen has owned and operated Liberty Tax Service along Fourth Avenue in New Kensington for 13 years. On Thursday, he watched all of his... [Read More]
Donna Schreckengost was sitting on her porch playing a video game late Tuesday morning when she heard what sounded like fireworks being shot off near... [Read More]
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