Thursday, February 28, 2013
And 12 other updates from Judge Barton's Caste Village office.
The following results are from recent hearings held in the Caste Village office of Magistrate David J. Barton of District Court 05-2-17: Whitehall Borough Charges Baldwin Township Charges --- Follow the Baldwin-Whitehall Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for the (free) daily Baldwin-Whitehall newsletter.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Also, Whitehall's 2012 house decorating contest winners are announced, and other notes from Wednesday night's borough council meeting.
Borough Appointments At its meeting on Wednesday night, the Whitehall Borough Council unanimously appointed six people—all incumbents—to serve the borough as municipal volunteers in various capacities: The Whitehall Council also unanimously appointed two incumbents (listed first and second below) and one newcomer to serve on the board of the Whitehall Public Library: The library board's newest officers were also revealed on Wednesday night. Cristina Brady will serve as President, Hal Ohm is Vice President, Damien Schorr is Treasurer, and Recker is Secretary. The board's officers do not have terms, but they typically remain in their positions for one year. And selected unanimously by his colleagues to represent Whitehall on the Medical …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Also, an update from a November heroin operation and more Judge Barton news.
The following results are from recent hearings held in the Caste Village office of Magistrate David J. Barton of District Court 05-2-17: Whitehall Borough Charges Baldwin Township Charges Read here. --- Follow the Baldwin-Whitehall Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for the daily Baldwin-Whitehall newsletter.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
And three other stories in these Whitehall police notes.
Burglary on Orchard Hill Drive The caretaker of a house in Whitehall Borough's 5300 block of Orchard Hill Drive contacted police at around 11:55 p.m. on Nov. 20 to report that that house had been burglarized, Whitehall police Chief Donald R. Dolfi said. Police officers arrived at the house shortly thereafter and found evidence indicating that it had been broken into, Dolfi said—namely, a window had been damaged. Dolfi said that the caretaker reported several "collectibles" missing from the house, but the total amount of stolen items and their aggregate value is not yet known. The Allegheny County district attorney's crime scene unit has processed the scene, Dolfi said, including taking physical evidence from it, like fingerprints, and …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
And other Whitehall borough police stories from this past week.
Neighbors' Dispute Whitehall Borough police officers went to the 5000 block of Carlyn Drive at around 9:14 on Wednesday night for a report of a disturbance happening outside of a home there. When the officers arrived, they met with an injured man who said that an argument between him and a neighbor resulted in him being pushed and knocked down, Whitehall police Chief Donald R. Dolfi said. The victim had struck his head on something as he was falling to the ground. Crews from Medical Rescue Team South Authority arrived at the scene to treat the victim, who provided officers with the name of the other man involved in the altercation. Police searched the immediate area but could not initially find the other man, Dolfi said. But after …
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Roads in Baldwin and Whitehall boroughs are affected.
The Pennsylvania American Water Company began work this past week to replace more than 10 miles of aging water main in the Pittsburgh area, including Baldwin-Whitehall, to improve service reliability and fire protection. In Baldwin Borough, work will be done on Prospect Road, and in Whitehall Borough, work will be done on Weyman Road and Angelo, Lawnview, Orchard Hill, Panama Lodge and South Emblem drives. "The replacement of these aging water mains, which are, in some cases, more than 100 years old, will improve reliability for our customers," said Jasun Stanton, Pennsylvania American Water's manager of field operations for Pittsburgh, in a news release. "These projects also will improve pressure and fire flow." During the water line …