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
Bob Cranmer is a former protestant politician turned Catholic exorcist who says he battled a demonic presence in his Brentwood home, eventually quashing it after a final mass in the basement.
The 335 Upper St. Clair high school students who took the SAT college entrance exam in 2013 have ranked number five in the state and number one in the Pittsburgh region with a combined SAT score of 1,736.
A fight between three Mt. Lebanon High School students included a threat to use weapons against the victim.
The Eighth annual senior fair hosted by State Senator Matt Smith (D-Mt. Lebanon) will be held Oct. 22 at Beth El Congregation, 1900 Cochran Road, Scott Township.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission wants to add two cul-de-sacs to its Southern Beltway project in South Fayette, which will save $8.5 million dollars and shorten three proposed bridges.
The Allegheny County Department of Public works has started conducting repairs on Triphammer Road in South Park, forcing a closure of the road until Dec. 15.
Vietnam veteran Carl Charnesky said the war sure wasn’t a Boy Scout outing.
Communication and preparation are key to dealing with a “surge event” at hospitals, when a fast-spreading infection leads to hundreds of casualties and the public stricken with panic – if not a virus...
Some survivors saw the pink ribbons and stopped by to share their story.
Allegheny County Council is reviewing the $839.2 million budget laid out by county executive Rich Fitzgerald, which doesn’t increase taxes and pushes a 2.7 percent increase over the 2014 budget. Council must appro...
In a summer survey, nearly half of voters over age 50 said it’s difficult to find “objective, reliable” information about candidates. AARP has released a voting guide free of hyperbole and attack ads...
The national unemployment average for people with disabilities is 13.3 percent, almost double the average for the general population. In Pittsburgh, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development estimates there are h...
The Allegheny County Health Department announced it had received 149 woodstoves since launching a “bounty program” last year, with the latest collection of 29 stoves at Boyce Park in September.
Renno Young was driving home the morning of Oct. 7 when he saw flames and smoke erupting from his neighbor’s home in the 5900 block of McPherson Avenue.
The Upper St. Clair Township board of commissioners approved the final development plan for a new restaurant from the owners of Ardolino’s Pizza at their Oct. 7 meeting after months of delays regarding concerns wi...
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s proposal to post an A-B-C letter grade system outside of restaurants goes before county council members Oct. 7 despite State Rep. John Maher (R-Upper St. Clair) warning...
A Bethel Park high school student collided into a pedestrian. Another swerved over the median and back into traffic. Both were cited for their dangerous driving.
Don Lund stares down at his kitchen floor as two other fathers discuss their children’s hectic sports schedules. Lund’s schedule is nonetheless hectic and involves four children, but no sports, as two of th...
Overdose antidotes aren’t widely available, doctors often can’t prescribe them for known heroin addicts and “doctor shopping” for opioid painkillers continues in the absence of a state drug mo...
PennDOT is starting line painting operations on Oct. 2 weather permitting.
Within the first hour of Mt. Lebanon Library’s “Book Cellar” vintage book sale, nearly a quarter of the 300 donated books dating back to 1790 were sold.
After a June survey in the South Hills, major types of lung, colon and breast cancers were among top concerns for residents seeking care.
Assistant superintendent Dr. Michael Loughead told the South Fayette School Board at their Sept. 23 meeting students will be facing a new challenge in the spring: revised PSSA exams.
State Representative Jesse White is offering a tour of the state Capitol, National Civil War Museum and the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex Farmer’s Market Tuesday Oct. 14.
The Peters Township school district paid nearly $2 million dollars after agreeing to settle out of court for a gender and age discrimination suit brought by 17 teachers and guidance counselors.
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.
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.