The West Greene School Board rejected an offer to buy the former Graysville Elementary building and is now considering donating it to a local anti-drug coalition that wants to turn it into Greene County’s first inpatient rehabilitation facility.
A cat found wandering around Bobtown, Greene County, earlier this week tested positive for rabies, a Humane Society official said.
A statutory sex assault charge has been dismissed against a 20-year-old man accused of having sex with a teen girl during a party at his Perry Township residence.
A West Virginia man died Thursday morning when a tree fell onto his pickup truck in Greene County.
AGRiMED Industries of Pa. LLC has six months to develop its medical marijuana growing operation near Nemacolin.
Carroll Township supervisors will hold a public hearing on amending the zoning ordinance to allow for medical marijuana growing and dispensing operations.
Plans are advancing to remove two Norfolk Southern railroad bridges over roads in West Bethlehem Township.
Legislation introduced by Rep. Rick Saccone R-Elizabeth, which would protect the honor and valor of America’s veterans this week, passed the Senate 49-0.
Ringgold School Board adopts 2017-2018 budget that calls for a slight increase in real estate taxes.
Monessen School Board heard complaints from residents and parents about a proposed tax increase, furloughs and program elimintations proposed in the 2017-18 budget.
A woman filed suit in Washington County Court, claiming Trinity Area School District improperly rejected her job application.
North Strabane officials say Ensinger Inc., which once planned a move to South Strabane, is staying.
A Washington County judge postponed a hearing on a request by four McGufffey tax collectors for a preliminary injunction to halt the school district's drastic reduction of their pay.
Construction on the Pike Run Road (Route 2036) bridge, which spans Pike Run in West Pike Run Township, has been postponed, the state Department of Transportation announced.
Numerous people recently appeared in Washington County Court on criminal charges. Among those appearing before Judge Gary Gilman were:
Until now, someone who abused an animal in Pennsylvania could count on escaping the legal system with no more than a slap on the wrist. Fortunately, that’s about to change.
One year after Britain voted to leave the European Union, Brexit remains a mistake of historic proportions.
The ruling that Robert Sabot will be a Republican candidate for North Franklin Township supervisor in the fall is a victory for common sense,
The rising number of hospital admissions and the number of children in foster care shine a light on the continuing opioid crisis.
Pennsylvania should keep public notices in newspapers.
Local coaching legends Bartolomucci, Salvino among 2017 class.
Blake Baggett races to another victory at High Point.
ERIN, Wis. – The biggest surprise at this U.S. Open was not who was leading, but who was leaving.
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, returns Saturday to High Point Raceway in Mt. Morris for the 41st annual High Point Nationals. It is the fourth stop in the 12-race series and the east coast debut of the summer championship.
George McPhee can’t wait to fill the white board, the one in the Vegas Golden Knights’ expansion draft room. On Wednesday night, the staff will start adding the names of players who will become part of the expansion team for its first NHL season.
PITTSBURGH – Marc-Andre Fleury knew this day was coming, though the winningest goaltender in Pittsburgh Penguins history did his best to push the idea of his inevitable departure to the back of his mind. No need to become a distraction with a shot at history on the line.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup championship, the first an NHL team has won back to back in almost 20 years, spawned by far the biggest victory parade of any of the franchise’s five titles.
PITTSBURGH – The salary cap was a passion project for Mario Lemieux, the owner, when the NHL wrestled with it during the 2004-05 lockout even though he knows it would have been something Mario Lemieux, the player, would have fought to the bitter end.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins’ Stanley Cup championship victory parade will be held Wednesday morning.
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