An 82-year-old New Jersey woman killed in an eastern Pennsylvania crash had celebrated her 61st wedding anniversary a day before.
The Jefferson County Commission is considering placing restrictions on tethering dogs outdoors.
Historically black Cheyney University is trying to recover from a steep drop in enrollment in recent years.
An Albright College football player has been suspended from school and jailed on attempted homicide and other charges for allegedly stabbing a teammate with a corkscrew during a fight at a dormitory.
Police say a 20-year-old woman has died in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 70 in western Pennsylvania.
A high-ranking Pennsylvania lawmaker from Allentown is facing his formal arraignment on drunken driving charges stemming from his motorcycle crash earlier this year.
Women's role in agriculture in West Virginia is becoming more prominent.
A Logan County group plans to erect a monument honoring 18 workers killed in a fire at the Holden No. 22 Mine in 1960.
Authorities were searching for two men after a third was fatally shot at a residence in Wilkes-Barre in northeastern Pennsylvania.
The city of Westover is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the mother of a man killed in a 2014 shooting spree.
Philadelphia's cash-strapped public schools have weathered budgetary cuts that did away with day to day supplies, but this year some schools are lacking a critical service.
The attorney of a Marshall University football player says a clerical error led to his client spending a half-day in jail.
Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are taking steps toward the state's third expansion of gambling in six years as a source of cash before they raise taxes to balance a deep budget deficit.
Winners of a photo contest celebrating southern West Virginia's cultural heritage will be exhibited at several visitor centers in the region.
West Virginia's new electronic game checking system shows almost 900 black bears and more than 5,000 deer have been killed so far during the early archery and crossbow seasons.
Up to 2,043 acres in the Monongahela National Forest will be burned this fall to manage vegetation.
Dominion Resources Inc. has revised the route of a proposed natural gas pipeline in Augusta County to avoid a water supply.
The Times Reporter in New Philadelphia says 53-year-old Wesley "Buster" Clark was found competent to stand trial and act in his own defense. A public defender was appointed to help him.
Authorities say a chemical odor prompted authorities investigating a death in an eastern Pennsylvania home to call for a hazardous materials unit.
Catholic officials say a suburban Philadelphia church that needs more than $1 million in repairs will be closed in November.