Pine-Richland dodged a bullet this week as Hurricane Sandy's wrath become little more than steady wind and rain in western Pennsylvania.
Dire warnings preceded the storm and local officials took pre-emptive measures—postponing trick-or-treating until 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday and canceling school on Tuesday.
Wednesday will see students back in school on their regular schedule.
As Hurricane Sandy pummeled the East Coast, Pine-Richland Patch dedicated its time to bringing you continuous coverage of the weather event and how it affected the community.
Below are links to our stories that relate to Hurricane Sandy.
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PR Schools Return to Regular Schedule Wednesday—No Delay
Five Die in Pennsylvania as a Result of Hurricane Sandy
Superstorm Sandy: Allegheny County Executive Expresses Relief
PA Wine & Spirits Stores Closed Until Wednesday
UPDATE: Weather Service Warns of Potential Flooding in Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
UPDATE: Gov. Corbett: Federal Resources Available to Pennsylvania After Superstorm Sandy
UPDATE: Duquesne Light Customers Without Power Down to Less Than 100
National Weather Service Warns of Potential Flooding in Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
Gov. Corbett: 1.3 Million Without Power in Pennsylvania After Superstorm Sandy
UPDATE: About 350 Duquesne Light Customers Without Power
About 650 Duquesne Light Customers Without Power
National Weather Service Issues Flood Advisory for Ohio River
Gov. Corbett: Interstates to Close Around Philadelphia for Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy Cancels East Coast Flights at Pittsburgh International
Allegheny County Declares Disaster Emergency in Advance of Hurricane Sandy
Pine-Richland Prepares for Hurricane Sandy—the 'Frankenstorm'
Trick-or-Treat Date Changed for Pine-Richland Area
How Long Will Food Last if You Lose Power When Hurricane Sandy Hits?