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Renatta Signorini


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Past articles by Renatta:

Police: Derry mayor pointed gun at juveniles in park after fight involving his son

A playground argument over a marker Sunday night led to the mayor of Derry Borough pointing a gun at four children in a park, according to state police. Kevin M. Gross, 38, took a loaded revolver to the park near his Broad Street home just before 8:30 p.m. after his → Read More

Police: Drug Dealer Released From Prison Carjacks Woman in Parking Lot

A Philadelphia man’s freedom from the Westmoreland County Prison on Tuesday was short-lived. → Read More

Pennsylvania Troopers to Ride in DOT Trucks to Enforce 'Move Over' Law

Under “Operation Yellow Jacket,” troopers will be joining state workers on highway maintenance vehicles in Indiana County this week to look for traffic violations. → Read More

Suspected Pennsylvania Cop-Killer Will Face Death Penalty

Rahmael Holt will face the death penalty on charges that he fatally shot New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw. → Read More

Driver in Death of Pennsylvania Police Officer Arrested

Police on Sunday arrested a man who they believe fled an attempted traffic stop Friday, leaving behind a man who shot and killed New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw. → Read More

Wildland arsonists hard to identify, and arrests rare

The evening was ruined for Waterford firefighters before dinner arrived at their annual banquet. Thick, black smoke pouring off nearby Laurel Mountain sent them heading for ... → Read More

Wildland arsonists hard to identify, and arrests rare

The evening was ruined for Waterford firefighters before dinner arrived at their annual banquet. Thick, black smoke pouring off nearby Laurel Mountain sent them heading for ... → Read More

Resident shoots gun at would-be intruder in Murrysville break-in

A Monroeville man escaped injury but not arrest after he allegedly tried to break into a Murrysville home Thursday. The resident of the Wallace Road home ... → Read More

Turnpike closes as work starts at Breezewood interchange

Drivers heading west on the Pennsylvania Turnpike may face a detour this morning as crews work to recover a tractor-trailer that went over an embankment ... → Read More

Vodka bottles found in car that collided with another in Cook Township

A Mt. Pleasant Township man had a nearly empty bottle of whipped cream-flavored vodka in his sport utility vehicle when it slammed head-on into another ... → Read More

Jeannette family seeks help as surgery looms for 9-year-old boy

The past few months have been tough for Chelsea Rager and her son, Mason Schultz. The coming weeks will bring new challenges as Rager prepares ... → Read More

Connellsville Area School District paid $64K in dispute to keep religious stone

Attorneys billed the Connellsville Area School District $64,000 to fight a federal lawsuit it initially intended to avoid by moving a stone monolith that bore ... → Read More

Dog's death by strangling galvanizes animal advocates in Westmoreland County

Animal rights advocates hope to use a dog's violent death in Irwin as a catalyst for change, said Candy Nelson, founder and president of Animal ... → Read More

Westmoreland man pleads not guilty to killing police officer in shootout

A Westmoreland County man pleaded not guilty to killing a St. Clair Township police officer in a shootout at his preliminary hearing Wednesday morning. Ray ... → Read More

Fellow officers call fallen Westmoreland policeman dedicated, humble

Officer Lloyd Reed was the kind of guy who would report to work on his day off without question. He would help someone search for ... → Read More

Police plan homicide charge for cop-killing suspect

Authorities plan to charge a 31-year-old man with homicide after he allegedly shot a St. Clair Township police officer responding to a domestic violence call. ... → Read More

Puppies' eyes glued shut, South Huntingdon animal shelter says

A humane agent is investigating who glued shut the eyes of two puppies that were handed over to a South Huntingdon animal shelter this week, ... → Read More

Hearing on Hribal case to continue Tuesday

Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck is expected to continue presenting testimony Tuesday to show why prosecutors believe a teenager accused in a 2014 high ... → Read More

Most serious charges dropped against parents of Dunbar child thrown from ATV

The two most serious charges against the parents of a toddler who was thrown from an all-terrain vehicle they were riding in September were dismissed ... → Read More

Hempfield golf course fails to make cut after season under new ownership

A golf course practically in their front yard was among the draws for Louise and Donald Perruquet when they bought their house 18 years ago ... → Read More