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State police have identified and charged the man they believe is responsible for a hit-and-run crash in Derry Township that left a Latrobe woman seriously injured. Now, they just have to find him.
A Derry Township man stands accused of having sexual contact multiple times with two children between 2013 and 2015, according to court documents.
An Indiana County man is facing a multitude of charges after he was taken into custody following a police chase on Route 30 through Latrobe and Unity Township on Jan. 15, according to court papers.
The Rev. Yaroslav Koval pulled up near the door of his church in Arnold around 4 p.m. Dec. 4, just to check on things like he usually did on Saturdays.
Community Options Inc. was narrowly granted a special exception Tuesday to operate a group home on McClellan Drive in the Charter Oak neighborhood by the Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board.
A fugitive who scuffled with law enforcement officers as they attempted to take him into custody last December will stand trial in county court on multiple charges after a magisterial district justice ruled Friday there was enough evidence to proceed with the case.
Latrobe Code Enforcement/Zoning Officer Shannon Cypher-Hart on Tuesday issued a reminder to city residents of their responsibilities regarding snow removal:
The Greater Latrobe Partners in Education Foundation (GLPIEF) this week announced the establishment of The Steven LoCascio Memorial Endowed Fund, made possible through gifts from his family and friends.
The Greater Latrobe wrestling team’s formula is a familiar one, proven just about anywhere people collaborate toward a common goal, from arenas to boardrooms to battlefields.
Ligonier Valley boys’ basketball hit quadruple figures on Tuesday night — and it had nothing to do with the scoreboard.
Coming into Friday night, Greater Latrobe and Woodland Hills found themselves on opposite ends of the WPIAL Class 5A, Section 3 standings — one in first place and the other in last.
It was not the start Greater Latrobe girls’ basketball coach Mark Burkardt and the Lady Wildcats envisioned coming into Thursday night’s matchup with section foe Woodland Hills.
Competing against one of the top teams in its section on Friday, the Ligonier Valley boys’ basketball team likely needed to play well for all 32 minutes to score an upset win. Despite an outstanding fourth quarter, the host Rams sputtered through the first three frames, and fell to Shady side Academy, 66-59.
Following a tough section loss last week at McKeesport Area, Greater Latrobe’s boys’ basketball team had a chance to bounce back three days later at home against another section foe.