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Police Blotter 2/12/19- 2/18/19

Police Blotter 2/12/19- 2/18/19

February 19, 2019

2/13/19- Medical Emergency- Officers were advised of a student in need of medical attention in the Rise Center.  Officers responded, and the student refused any medical attention (closed). 2/15/19- Suspicious Incident- Officers were notified of a suspicious vehicle in the Gazebo parking lot.  The interact...

Police Blotter 2/05/19- 2/11/19

Police Blotter 2/05/19- 2/11/19

February 12, 2019

2/06/19- Medical Emergency- A student was in need of medical attention in Yorktown Hall.  Valley Ambulance transported the student to Sewickley Valley Hospital for treatment (closed). 2/06/19- Medical Emergency- Officers were advised of a medical emergency in ROMO’S Café.  Valley Ambulance transpo...

Police Blotter 1/29/19-2/04/19

Police Blotter 1/29/19-2/04/19

February 10, 2019

1/29/19- Accident with unattended vehicle- Staff reported that they backed the Parkhurst van into a vehicle at Massey Hall. Information and pictures were taken of both vehicles for insurance purposes (closed). 1/29/19- Accident with unattended vehicle- A female reported that she struck a parked ve...

Landslide forces closure of University Blvd. in Moon Township, to remain closed during weekend

Landslide forces closure of University Blvd. in Moon Township, to remain closed during weekend

Gage Goulding, News Editor

February 8, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- A landslide forced officials to close a portion of University Boulevard Friday morning. According to Moon Township Police Department, University Boulevard is closed in both directions between Stoops Ferry Road and Robert Morris University. Authorities say that the southbound lanes...

Police Blotter 1/23/19-1/28/19

Police Blotter 1/23/19-1/28/19

January 29, 2019

1/23/19- Found Property- A male dropped off a purse he found by the soccer fields. All contents logged into lost and found, and secured for safekeeping. The owner notified, and retrieved the purse the next day (closed). 1/23/19- Medical Emergency- A resident of Gallatin Hall complained of chest pain. T...

Police Blotter 01/15/19-01/22/19

Police Blotter 01/15/19-01/22/19

January 22, 2019

1/16/19- Assist Other Police Agency- Coraopolis Police Dept. requested a female officer for a search of a female arrestee. Completed without incident (closed) 1/16/19- Fire Alarm- Guardian reported a Fire alarm in Salem Hall. Officers responded and found the cause to be cooking. No smoke or fire...

Police Blotter 12/18/18-1/15/19

Police Blotter 12/18/18-1/15/19

January 16, 2019

12/19/18- Suspicious Incident- Maintenance reported a concerning statement on a student’s board in Ross Hall. Investigation determined nothing threatening nor suspicious. The Student was advised to remove the statement (closed). 12/23/18- Fire Alarm- A Student reported that she set off the fire...

Police Blotter 11/27/18-12/17/18

Police Blotter 11/27/18-12/17/18

January 16, 2019

11/27/18- Student Conduct Drugs- A Student reported a strong odor of Marijuana in Yorktown Hall. Two resident students sent through student Conduct for drug paraphernalia and underage alcohol violations (closed). 11/27/18- Medical Emergency- A Female in Nicholson complained of abdominal pain. Transported ...

2018 was the worst year for stocks in a decade

2018 was the worst year for stocks in a decade

Gage Goulding, News Editor

January 2, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP (RMU Sentry Media/CNN) -- Investors on Wall Street are more than happy to ring in 2019 and say goodbye to the worst trading year since 2008. During 2018, the stock market took a rollercoaster ride with some of the highest points ever recorded, as well as record-breaking lows. In the...

Peduto Administration reasserts commitments to affordable housing

Peduto Administration reasserts commitments to affordable housing

Michael Delehanty, Contributor

December 10, 2018

PITTSBURGH -- The Peduto Administration is committed to working with all interested parties to support affordable housing for city residents as well as to boost neighborhood development by helping community groups to grow. The 2019 budget includes a new commitment of $1.5 million in Community Development...