Where there’s smoke, there’s usually an American Red Cross volunteer not far behind.
On Friday, volunteers hoped to avoid future fires by offering to install free smoke detectors to homeowners in and around Greensburg.
Volunteers had previously canvassed the neighborhood by leaving door hangers explaining the free program.
Robert Charley’s duties will be divided between existing city departments, like the fiscal office and police department.
The number of applicants is about on par with the amount of candidates in the library’s previous director search, conducted last year.
Water has been restored on Harrison Avenue in Greensburg after an early-morning water main break, according to the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County.
The break was reported around 1 a.m., according to the Trib’s news partner, WPXI-TV.
Residents on Harrison between O’Hara and Liberty streets were without water until repairs wrapped up around 9 a.m.
A rally will be held at 1:30 today outside of the Greensburg Catholic Diocese headquarters on E. Pittsburgh Street.
This is in wake of the grand jury report that was released by PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro that named 20 clergy in the Greensburg Catholic Diocese who were credibly accused of sexual abuse.
The rally is being put on by the group Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests or SNAP.
A one-of-a-kind hat identified a Greensburg man as a thief from a local restaurant.
The Tribune-Review reports 58-year-old Phillip Fazio faces charges of theft after he allegedly stole multiple pans and an employee’s purse from the Bar 9 restaurant on Monday before fleeing on the Five Star trail.
Greensburg Police took Fazio into custody after he was spotted Tuesday afternoon.
An unattended pot on the stove that contained grease is thought to have sparked the fire in the second-floor apartment off College Avenue, according to Greensburg Fire Chief Tom Bell. Firefighters responded to the blaze shortly after 4 p.m. and had it under control in about 15 minutes, he said.
An accidental drug overdose caused a Greensburg man’s February death that occurred as police were arresting him in connection with a break-in at Greensburg Salem Middle School, according to county officials.
District Attorney John Peck cleared four Greensburg police officers of any wrongdoing in the death of Ian Frederick Sagucio , 35.