Mon Wharf to be closed Friday; parking restrictions in place on Thursday

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority said the Mon Wharf parking area will be closed on Friday due to a flood advisory in the area.

All vehicles must be removed by 7 p.m. Thursday

Source: Mon Wharf to be closed Friday; parking restrictions in place on Thursday

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NORTH HUNTINGDON: Mail truck careens off road, hits house as driver has medical emergency

A mail truck went off a road and down a hill, striking a house, when the driver suffered an apparent medical incident Thursday morning.

Nobody was in the home on Main Street in North Huntingdon when the crash happened shortly before 10:15 a.m.

The driver was taken to a hospital. His death was later confirmed by the coroner, who said that the man had suffered an apparent medical incident while driving.

The driver’s name has not yet been released.

Source: NORTH HUNTINGDON: Mail truck careens off road, hits house as driver has medical emergency

Virginia AG Mark Herring admits wearing blackface at 1980 college party

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring admitted to wearing blackface during a college party in 1980, the latest stunning, political bombshell to rock Richmond as the state’s embattled governor and lieutenant governor also find themselves embroiled in scandal.

Source: Virginia AG Mark Herring admits wearing blackface at 1980 college party

Victim identified in West End Bridge crash

One man was killed and another injured following a multivehicle crash on the West End Bridge.

The victim has been identified as Cory Emmanuel Jones, 27, of Pittsburgh. Jones was pronounced dead at the scene.

Pittsburgh Public Safety spokesperson Chris Togneri said the initial investigation indicated two vehicles were coming off Route 51 and heading over the bridge at a high rate of speed.

The bridge was shut down for several hours.

Source: Victim identified in West End Bridge crash

Vehicles targeted by thieves in Westmoreland County

Murrysville police are telling residents of Heritage Estates and surrounding areas to make sure they lock their car doors after several vehicles were targeted by thieves.

Police said there were multiple thefts and attempted thefts from vehicles on Harvest Drive and Logan Ferry Road.

No arrests have been announced.

Source: Vehicles targeted by thieves in Westmoreland County

Man accused of hiding multiple wives from each other | WPXI

  • EXETER, N.H. – A Maine man is accused of having three wives in separate states, and a New Hampshire woman says he scammed her out of $20,000.

    “He makes you feel special, he makes feel like he actually cares about you and then he marries you, abuses you, drains your assets and leaves,” said Alicia Grant, 35, one of Michael Middleton’s many wives. She says she burned all the pictures she had of the man she married. “Wife number three. Well actually, wife number four, but wife number three was able to get a divorce before me and him got married,” said Grant.

    Grant says she had no idea the man she met online and married back in 2013 had two other wives, one was in Georgia and another in Alabama, until the three wives got wind of each other. Grant filed the initial report.

    Prosecutors started digging and found three valid marriage certificates and say Middleton would scam women into marrying him, take many of their assets and then take off.

    Grant feels betrayed. She says she’s angry and embarrassed. “I was a single mom for five years. You know, maybe I was just really lonely,” Grant told WMTW. “The problem is that I can’t go and get married to someone else because it’s still on record that I’m married.”

    Middleton is scheduled to appear in a New Hampshire courtroom Thursday. It’s unclear if Middleton will show up for his arraignment.

    If convicted, he faces between three and a half and seven years in prison and a $4,000 fine

Source: Man accused of hiding multiple wives from each other | WPXI

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Greensburg hopes to stop utility pole crashes with alley traffic change | TribLIVE

Bononi Way is an alley that runs three blocks from West Pittsburgh Street to Fourth Street.

The direction of travel on the one-way alley is divided at Third Street, with traffic running north from Third Street to West Pittsburgh Street and south from Third Street to Fourth Street.

Council will vote on an ordinance Monday that would move the north-south dividing line one block up, to Second Street.

Source: Greensburg hopes to stop utility pole crashes with alley traffic change | TribLIVE