David SingerMultimedia Reporter
Bio: Washington County native formerly of KDKA, WJPA Radio now shooting video, photography and covering the South Hills, Upper St. Clair and South Fayette.
Stories written by David Singer
For Misti and Matt Kolovich, it will only take 15 minutes to take their son Noah to get emergency and routine medical care.
The International Baccalaureate program has some kids helping teachers in their school, while others collect books, and still others think a bit more seasonally for their community service.
After an erroneous report of the rare respiratory enterovirus at Bethel Park High School, experts are saying there is no more cause for alarm than the common cold.
Sahill Doshi is one of 10 students across America with an invention so impressive, he’s been selected to compete in the finals of Discovery Education’s Young Scientist Challenge.
Port Authority is announcing Red Line T service will be detoured in both directions so crews can replace the light rail grade crossing at Potomac Avenue.
Neither Kelly Salvini nor Nicole Gagich consider themselves “extreme couponers,” but the savings they get from proactively seeking out the digital and paper slips make it appear otherwise.
Pennsylvania recorded the second most crashes involving deer in 2013, behind only neighboring West Virginia. Ten percent of all deer collisions in the U.S. – or 123,941 – happen in the commonwealth.
South Arts Pittsburgh has received $2,103 and the South Park Theatre received $2,389 in grant monies.
Giant Eagle is looking to hire 1,000 new employees over the weekend of Sept. 19-21.
The South Fayette board of commissioners is seeking proposals to lease the 8.5 acres next to the newly built Children’s Hospital South on Miller’s Run Road.
The developers aiming to build a mixed-use facility adjacent to South Hills Village mall have filed a lawsuit against Giant Eagle and other challengers to their site seeking unspecified damages from delays the defendants...
Mary Schneir, who had previously admitted to stealing $19,000 from the Bethel Park Junior Cheerleaders, pleaded guilty Sept. 10 to wire fraud in connection with the theft of nearly $270,000 from Cybergenetics Corporation...
State Representative Rick Saccone (R-Allegheny/Washington) has announced the South Park Historical Society was one of three local organizations to receive funding for sewer improvement projects.
Ian Cummins says no one should be alone.
Anyone driving on Washington Road through Mt. Lebanon knows parking can be tough to find.
Facing a roughly $1 million budget hole that’s planned to be filled in the 2015-16 budget, the Upper St. Clair school district board of directors is looking for ways to mitigate costs in the short-term as well.
Students stepping into Courtney Daloia’s psychology class were already pulling out their phones to complete the poll she’d use to gauge students’ knowledge of course material.
Lane restrictions will be in place on Route 19 at the interchange with Interstate 70 overnight Sept. 6-7 from 9 p.m.-9 a.m., so that water line utility work can be completed.
Rachel Thomas seemed reluctant to take the first swing, but the dozens lined up behind the 3-year-old weren’t shy about laying a sledgehammer into the hood of a 1990s Buick Skylark.
While legal battles continue over the Siena at St. Clair development along Route 19, the board of commissioners approved final plat approval at its Sept. 2 meeting for developers planning a mixed-used residential and ret...
The founder of a brokerage firm has pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud.
A PennDOT District 11 representative said paving operations on the southbound I-79 ramps at the Carnegie (Exit 57) interchange in Collier Township, will occur Sept. 2-3, weather permitting.
For the past three years, preserving the looks of the first presidential aircraft has been the job of a Whitehall man. In August, Doug Parfitt, 52, took his annual summer trip to Seattle’s Museum of Flight so he c...
The South Fayette school board effectively tabled the decision to promote the boys seventh/eighth grade basketball coach to the varsity team after a stalled 4-3 vote at the Aug. 26 meeting.
A representative with Big Daddy’s Wildlife Removal said the company was forced to euthanize all but two of the approximately 80 cats found left behind in a house on Pennsylvania Blvd. on Aug. 22. The company repre...
Staff at Canon-McMillan’s South Central Elementary school have been giving out “Whale Done” awards for five years, but this year, students have a huge reminder in the hall to shore up good behavior &...
Wedged in between Toys R Us and Half Price Books on Oxford Drive is a specialty kids shoe store – one of only two in the area after a spate of other Stride Rite stores closed due to cannibalized competition.
An Upper St. Clair resident’s appeal that her right to notification of zoning changes regarding the plans for a mixed-use development at 1800 Washington Road was not violated by the township, an Allegheny County J...
The South Fayette Township Board of Commissioners tackled a personnel-heavy agenda at the Aug. 20 meeting, naming acting police chief John Phoennik to head the department before appointing a new commissioner and public w...
Seventeen female teachers and guidance counselors who filed an age and gender discrimination lawsuit against the Peters Township School District have settled their case out of court.
Union workers with Pennsylvania American Water are back on the job after the two parties voted on Aug. 16 to ratify a new contract.
Cedar Boulevard flooded briefly the day of the Aug. 12 Mt. Lebanon commissioners meeting and became a timely catalyst for some residents to express their concerns about future flooding.
Reports of rabid animals in Allegheny County have been down over the past decade as the health department continues its annual baiting program.
A man accused of dragging a Baldwin police officer from his car and leading police on a chase through the South Hills is facing 15 charges after an officer shot him in the back on August 6. According to the criminal comp...
The crunch of a computer screen underfoot is a scary sound for any college student.