Woman, son found dead inside New Stanton home | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Post-Gazette.com – State police in Westmoreland County are investigating a double homicide today at a New Stanton home. Police said 911 dispatcher received a call just before 7 a.m. this morning requesting police assistance at 1109 Thermo Village Road. The call came from inside the residence. When emergency responders arrived, they found Dana Remaley, 46 and her 8-year-old son Caleb dead inside the home. Police said both had gunshot wounds to the head. According to Trooper Stephen Limani, “the individual responsible has been identified and is in custody. It is expected that criminal charges are forthcoming.”

Source: Woman, son found dead inside New Stanton home | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mahoney resigns as coach at Greensburg Central Catholic | TribLIVE

Dan Mahoney retired as football coach at Greensburg Central Catholic after five seasons.

Mahoney, a longtime assistant before taking over the program in 2012, will continue to serve as the school’s athletic director. Doing both jobs became too much of a strain for Mahoney, 57, who will continue to teach social studies at GCC.

“The last three seasons I kept saying to myself, ‘One more year, one more year,’ ” Mahoney said. “It was time. It had nothing to do with how we did last season. I’ve been coaching for 35 years, and it’s been great. I couldn’t imagine a better experience as a coach and what we achieved at Central.

Source: Mahoney resigns as coach at Greensburg Central Catholic | TribLIVE

Jim Delligatti, the creator of McDonald’s Big Mac, dies at 98 – LA Times

You probably don’t know his name, but you’ve almost certainly devoured his creation: two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun.

His franchise was based in Uniontown, not far from Pittsburgh, when he invented the chain’s signature burger in 1967 after deciding customers wanted a bigger sandwich. Demand exploded as Delligatti’s sandwich spread to the rest of his 47 stores in Pennsylvania and was added to the chain’s national menu in 1968.

Source: Jim Delligatti, the creator of McDonald’s Big Mac, dies at 98 – LA Times