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PITTSBURGH, May 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania announced the winners of the 46th annual Golden Quill Awards during an awards presentation tonight at the Sheraton Hotel, Station Square, Pittsburgh.
By Andrew Conte; Luis Fabregas At least three leading surgeons have emerged as candidates for transplant chief at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the Tribune-Review has learned.
By Mary Pickels Two Fayette County commissioners Tuesday dismissed an anonymous letter writer's claims that they allowed unionized county employees to distribute pamphlets and that the commissioners themselves distributed tickets to a political event, with both incidents occurring at the courthouse on county time.
By Brian Bowling Isabelle Christenson, 10, of Seven Fields in Butler County died at home Wednesday after losing her battle with mitochondrial disease.
By Liz Zemba, Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Pa. Aug. 7--A Fayette County man who contended e-mails would prove he did not create a Web site that threatened violence against blacks has filed a motion seeking to be placed in a program for first-time offenders.
By Paul Paterra, Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Pa. Aug. 5--With the start of classes just three weeks away, the Penn-Trafford School District is looking to have some renovation projects completed by the Aug. 25 start date.
By Jennifer Reeger, Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Pa. Aug. 5--Terrence Carlock told his grandmother he was heading to a community festival just blocks from his Donora home Sunday afternoon. Debbie Carlock gave her grandson a few dollars for food and said goodbye as he hopped on his bike and left.
By Richard Robbins, Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Pa. Aug.
By Brad Bumsted; Debra Erdley HARRISBURG -- A mass e-mail campaign for political purposes that House Democrats allegedly conducted at taxpayers' expense was not only illegal, it was largely a waste of money, computer experts say. "It was absolutely a waste of taxpayers' money," James H.
By Bob Stiles, Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Pa. Aug. 1--Hempfield Area school directors could vote as early as this month to renovate Stanwood Elementary School and delay improvements at Wendover Middle School and the high school.
- A political dynamiter.