Ralph L. Young was found not guilty this afternoon in the gruesome death of his brother-in-law David A. Dignall in December 2012 in French Creek Township. Check later for complete details in both The Herald's online and print editions.
An argument over a cell phone at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday left a Hermitage man dead and his girlfriend facing a criminal homicide charge.
Which dead president is shown an a $1,000 bill? How about the $500 note?
The thief who stole one of each recently in Sharon knows the answer and police are looking for him or her, Chief Mike Menster said.
A Sharon man died and another was sent to the hospital Tuesday night when a fire broke out at 1188 Griswold Ave., police said. A neighbor who lives behind the house that caught fire shortly after 9 p.m. said the fire appeared to start in a back room on the main floor. She said her husband ran into the house but was unable to save the man and was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.
Flailing away with two knives, a 16-year-old boy with a "blank expression stabbed and slashed 19 students and a police officer in the crowded halls of his suburban Pittsburgh high school Wednesday before an assistant principal tackled him.
At least five students were critically wounded, including a boy who was on a ventilator after a knife pierced his liver, missing his heart and aorta by only millimeters, doctors said.
Because of the inclement weather moving in today, all PIAA basketball playoff games involving District 10 teams were postponed until Thursday.
The new schedule is as follows:
Because of the snow and sleet, which have made many of the roads in Mercer County hazardous, we ask our subscribers to bear with us as we try to get today's' copy of The Herald to your house as soon as conditions will safely allow.
Here is the full text from President Barack Obama's 2014 State of the Union address:
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans:
Today in America, a teacher spent extra time with a student who needed it, and did her part to lift America’s graduation rate to its highest level in more than three decades.
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A power outage Tuesday evening at The Herald's printing plant delayed the pressrun for Wednesday's edition. We ask for your patience and assure you that your newspaper will be in your hands shortly.
Republican Daniel Wallace defeated Democrat Victor Heutsche in the Mercer County Common Pleas judge race. For complete county voting totals for all local races, visit the county's election page at: http://www.mcc.co.mercer.pa.us/election/Summary.htm
See Wednesday's edition of The Herald for complete story.
Closing arguments will be made this afternoon as Joshua Stewart's murder trial wraps up.
Stewart, 20 is charged with first-, second- and third degree murder and two counts each of robbery and conspiracy for the Dec. 30, 2011 slaying of Farrell bar-owner William Basilone.