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DEA plans day to collect unused prescription drugs

DEA plans day to collect unused prescription drugs

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

October 25, 2018

PITTSBURGH -- The Drug Enforcement Agency plans its 16th National Prescription Take Back Day. On Saturday the DEA encourages anyone with unused prescription drugs to dispose of them this weekend during the drug take-back day. According to a press release from the City of Pittsburgh Department of...

Weekend paving project to affect RMU traffic

Weekend paving project to affect RMU traffic

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

October 19, 2018

MOON TOWNSHIP -- A PennDOT weekend paving project will cause traffic delays for students, faculty and visitors to Robert Morris University. According to an email sent to students by Residence Life, road construction crews will be paving a portion of University Boulevard starting Friday and working...

Flames engulf, destroy car on University Blvd.

Flames engulf, destroy car on University Blvd.

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Manager

October 18, 2018

MOON TOWNSHIP — A vehicle was destroyed in a fire on University Boulevard Thursday morning. The fire occurred at the intersection of Moon Clinton Road and University Boulevard at approximately 10 a.m. BREAKING: Vehicle fire on University Boulevard at the intersection of Moon Clinton Rd. across ...

Moon Twp. Police searching for armed and dangerous man

Moon Twp. Police searching for armed and dangerous man

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Manager

October 9, 2018

Police in Moon Township are searching for a man that is considered armed and dangerous.In a Facebook post, police say that Michael Holiday is wanted for aggravated assault and on warrants from other agencies. Officials were searching the neighborhoods in the area of Moon Clinton Road, Convair Drive, Lo...

University officials say ‘We are trying to reschedule’ main entrance paving project

University officials say ‘We are trying to reschedule’ main entrance paving project

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Manager

August 31, 2018

Students, teachers and visitors to Robert Morris University in the recent weeks have felt the full effect of a paving project gone wrong.

Phi Delta Theta wins best chapter at Biennial convention

Phi Delta Theta wins best chapter at Biennial convention

Malyk Johnson, News Manager

July 2, 2018

The Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Robert Morris won the Kansas Trophy recognizing them as the most outstanding chapter at a smaller institution at the Fraternity's biennial convention that was held in Texas at the end of June. Every two years, the Phi Delta Theta chapters from around the country...

Landslide causes road closure in Moon Twp.

Landslide causes road closure in Moon Twp.

Gage Goulding

April 15, 2018

Broadhead Road in Moon Township is now closed following a landslide, said the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation in a press release to media. The closure is between University Blvd. and Flaughtery Run Road. According to WPXI, the road was closed last week for the same reason, but later reopened. Penn...

Local business benefits from President Trump tax plan

Local business benefits from President Trump tax plan

Malyk Johnson

February 6, 2018

President Donald Trump gave a speech at H&K Equipment on Jan. 18 in Coraopolis. He discussed the benefits that local businesses in the area have seen as a result of a tax reform, which was passed in December of last year. During the speech, he also discussed national companies that have also benefited...

Vice President Mike Pence visits Pittsburgh

Vice President Mike Pence visits Pittsburgh

Gage Goulding, News Editor

February 2, 2018

Vice President Mike Pence left Washington D.C. aboard Air Force Two as he began his journey to Pittsburgh for a day of speeches. This presidential trip comes just fifteen days after President Donald Trump came to H & K Equipment in Coraopolis. The goal of the trips was the same: support Rick Saccone,...

Assassins Creed III a Hit at Local GameStop

April 28, 2014

By Chris Mueller, Moon News Cloud Contributor A new video games hit shelves last week, Assassins Creed III, and local video game stores such as the GameStop in Robinson are benefiting greatly. About 32,000 copies in the general Pittsburgh area were sold in that one week, cementing itself as the...