Efforts to save Monroeville Convention Center reach lieutenant governor's office
Monroeville Mayor Nick Gresock said efforts to save the Monroeville Convention Center have reached all the way to the highest levels of state government. Gresock said he was joined by Lt. Gov. Austin Davis, state Sens. Jay Costa and Jim Brewster, state Rep. Brandon Markosek, a representative from the Allegheny
Murrysville to add permanent restroom, other improvements to Duff Park lot
Murrysville Public Works crews are set to begin making improvements to the parking area at Duff Park starting March 4, which will include a permanent restroom. "We want to put in a facility that can be used year-round and will be cleaned once a week," Murrysville Public Works Director Bill
Attempted homicide, assault charges filed after Murrysville woman is stabbed during dispute
A Murrysville man was awaiting arraignment Wednesday morning after police said he stabbed a woman twice with a knife. Murrysville police Chief Thomas Seefeld said Andrew James Farbarik, 32, was charged with attempted homicide and two counts of aggravated assault. Authorities were called to Hills Church Road at 9:30 p.m.
Murrysville OKs Olympus fracking pipeline work, pickleball business parking
Murrysville officials approved maintenance agreements last week with driller Olympus Energy to build temporary infrastructure connecting its fracking operations in Westmoreland County. The agreements cover the use of a small section of Thompson Road, as well as a little over a mile of Logan Ferry, Hankey Church and Beighley roads