With more than 100 cats and kittens being housed at the Humane Society of Greene County, the organization is currently offering adoptions at a reduced rate.
The Community Foundation of Greene County awarded summer community grants Wednesday morning to 12 local organizations to help with programs and projects.
An electronic recycling collection will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Greene County Fairgrounds.
Work will begin soon to restore the Greene County Courthouse’s bell tower that was damaged by water.
A bridge along Garards Fort Road that spans Coal Lick Run in Franklin Township that has been under construction through the state’s rapid bridge replacement project has fully reopened to traffic.
Two Monessen residents were charged this week by California police with possession and possession with intent to deliver heroin after the drug allegedly was found in their vehicle after they were shot outside a home in November 2015.
The new owners of Stoney's Brewing Co. officially launched their rebranded beer with a rollout party for distributors and friends.
Donora officials are raising the prospect of layoffs because of a budget shortfall.
Court documents say suspended Charleroi attorney Keith Alan Bassi, 61, hasn’t practiced law since June, “after learning he is the subject of a federal investigation involving ... his use of funds belonging to an incapacitated principal and other charges.”
Charleroi attorney Keith A. Bassi as been placed on temporary suspension from practicing law.
MEADOW LANDS – Thoroughbred horses weren’t the only four-legged racers on The Meadows Racetrack Friday night.
Washington Park's Frontier History Center lets participants experience the past.
Inspection work will be done on the Parkway West (Interstate 376) bridge over Arch Street and the Port Authority’s West Busway in Carnegie Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting.
Numerous people recently appeared in Washington County Court on criminal charges. Among those appearing before Judge John F. DiSalle:
Editorial voices from newspapers in the United States:
A new study has found that alcohol abuse in increasing in the United States, creating a potential health crisis.
An attendee at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., is upset that a photo of him there has gone viral. He deserves no sympathy.
The events in Charlottesville, Va., show that terrorists are more likely to be boys next door than strangers from distant lands.
Our leaders in Washington, D.C. have awoken to the catastrophic opioid crisis that has enveloped our region and nation.
The Minnesota Wild and center Matt Cullen have agreed to a one-year, $1 million contract, bringing him back to his home state for a 21st season in the NHL.
The paths to major college football and the NFL have been cleared by a handful of linemen before him at Belle Vernon High School.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Hideki Matsuyama never looks satisfied with his shots or his score, no matter how good they look.
Brett Young will be following in the footsteps of golf’s greatest legends when he competes at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
The Division 2 team of the Chartiers-Houston Youth Football Association will play during halftime of a Steelers' preseason game.
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July 04, 2017
The conclusion of The Great Castle Shannon Bank Robbery
We're going back to 1984 – when the last streetcar drove in Mt. Lebanon.
Joe Grushecky looks back on decades of musical memories
The Nostalgia Issue wraps up with some vintage Mt. Lebanon images.
This installment of Harry's Adventures takes us on a nostalgic trip to the bowling alley.
Cook a recipe from the new Porch at Siena at home.
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