Antonio Velazquez-Rupert appeared in district court in Sharon Wednesday morning for a hearing.
Those affected live from 1505 to 1645 Square Creek Drive, including Hillside Drive and Squaw Court.
The accident happened on Route 11, between King-Graves Road and Ohio 305.
Police said items used to make the drug meth were found in a padlocked garage.
Ron Sackett’s fundraising idea has become so popular that people bring their extra cans to him at work.
The charge was filed by McDonald Police after an investigation that began last month.
A woman told police that Sallaz said, “I’ll pop a cap in your (expletive)” and demanded money.
With a number of people retiring, Highway Patrol is accepting applications for new troopers.
A lawsuit is targeting a third western Pennsylvania hospital in the death of a cancer patient following a fungal infection.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Mercer County Emergency Services Committee will conduct the clinic.
Every time someone litters it costs you money.
A bridge replacement project in West Middlesex is causing some concern for neighbors nearby and some local leaders.
The budget item calls for educators to job shadow to help students with career choice and pinpoint needed job skills.
The man told students he had a bomb.
The City of Columbiana still has not decided whether or not it will uphold a law banning residents from raising chickens.
The historic remnant of the area’s industrial past can be seen by drivers on Interstate 80.
The victim alleged that Lonina set up the rape, and police said she live streamed the assault on Periscope.
Police are investigating the discovery as a homicide.
Money from Trinity Methodist Church’s walk-in wedding ceremonies will benefit its soup kitchen, the Good Shepherd Kitchen.
Last month, Teresa Goeltz was getting ready for work when the chimney from a neighboring house fell onto her car.
Doctors said they’re likely to continue seeing patients with the flu for another six weeks or so.
The SWAT team was called to a house on Sharpsville Avenue after reports that the woman inside pointed a gun at neighbors.
Jason Heard is one of three men accused of killing Thomas Owens in 2015.
One Hermitage business was duped out of about $500 after a person posing as Penn Power threatened to shut off the gas.
The Veterans Service Unit will work with incarcerated veterans to help them reenter society and reduce recidivism.
The police and fire chief are working to battle a growing problem in the city of Sharon.
Where you live can have an impact on how you feel.
The accident happened about 4:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Superintendent Steve Chiaro said he learned of the threat Monday night and closed the school for an investigation.
Niles police said they bought the drug from him during an undercover investigation.