The attorney for a Uniontown man accused of homicide argued in Fayette County Court on Tuesday that his client’s medical condition prevented him from understanding police questioning, and that any statements the suspect made should be dismissed.
While the North Fayette County Municipal Water Authority (NFCMWA) board continues to await the results of a study commissioned in June to determine the feasibility of constructing a new water treatment plant or purchasing water from neighboring Westmoreland County, it appears support is growing to locally maintain the operation.
MASONTOWN -- A three-member committee will review a quality-of-life ordinance enforced in another municipality that targets those who fail to maintain their property, and make recommendations to tailor a similar ordinance addressing the borough's needs.
Congress is considering permitting bigger trucks on highways throughout Pennsylvania and the rest of the nation, a plan that that Congress should "put brakes on," U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa, said Thursday.
Fayette County employees and those conducting business at the various county-owned buildings can be assured that should a cardiac incident take place, there is equipment and trained personal ready to help.
A former California University of Pennsylvania student and football player has filed a federal suit against the university, the borough and the Washington County District Attorney’s office claiming false arrest and imprisonment as well as other charges.
Coal has long been the energy source of choice to power America, but evidence shows that its popularity may be on the wane in the face of government regulations and the increased production of natural gas.
A bicyclist who collided with a car Monday morning on Fayette Street was flown to an area hospital for treatment. Uniontown Police Capt. David Rutter said the bicyclist, a man believed to be in his 20s, came across both lanes of Fayette Street from Church Street when his bike collided with a vehicle. The bicyclist was thrown onto the windshield of the car and suffered head and leg injuries. Police did not release the names of the driver or the bicyclist.The Uniontown Fire department and Fayette EMS assisted at the scene.Roberto M. Esquivel|Herald-Standard
Several area fire companies battled a Friday morning fire that occurred at the Mountain View Plaza in North Union Township. No injuries were reported. However, the fire caused extensive damage to several units in the lower level of the plaza. The state fire marshall is investigating the cause.Roberto M. Esquivel|Herald-Standard
Inspired by his teachers and instilled with a good work ethic from an early age, Robert Ardeno always knew he wanted to be an educator — but he never expected to be recognized for doing the job he loves and doing it well.
When Mike Ozohonish learned of test results of the water in Ten Mile Creek in Greene County showing radiation levels 60 times higher than acceptable drinking water standards, he and water conservationists started to demand answers.