Here's a disappointing hint: it's not Sewickley.
The Pittsburgh Business Times recently posted the top 10 communities in the region by 2011 home sales. The numbers posted Thursday were based on figures from RealSTATs' listing of total dollar volume. With a total dollar volume of $159, 565, 810, Cranberry was ranked No.1 in the region. Taking the No. 2 spot was neighboring Adams Township. "Cranberry Township earning the No. 1 spot in total homes sales in 2011 is another indication of the value of good planning and the implementation of those plans, including investing in community infrastructure," said township manager Jerry Andree. RealSTATS also named Adams the region’s strongest residential community. The South Side-based research firm dubbed Adams as the overall winner as its Gold …
William Ainsworth is arrested and charged in multiple cases after traveling to the home of a 14-year-old Butler County girl for sex.
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, February 11, 2012
An Adams Township man who pretended to be two different surfers from Florida is charged with using Facebook to entice young girls to send him explicit photos and arrange meetings for sex, state Attorney General Linda Kelly said today. William R. Ainsworth, 53, of Raupp Lane, is charged with 68 felony counts, including involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, criminal attempted unlawful contact with a minor, criminal solicitation to commit unlawful contact with a minor, possession of child pornography and criminal use of a communications facility. Agents arrested him in September after receiving information that he had traveled to the home of a 14-year old Butler County girl to engage in sex acts. "We quickly discovered that there was much …