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A Japanese television crew from NHK-TV films workers Sept. 15 at the CareerLink office in Waynesburg talking to laid-off coal miners about new job prospects. The plight of Greene County’s mining industry was the focus of numerous documentaries in recent months, including ones produced by journalists from Israel, Australia, Germany and France.
A Japanese television crew from NHK-TV films workers Sept. 15 at the CareerLink office in Waynesburg talking to laid-off coal miners about new job prospects. The plight of Greene County’s mining industry was the focus of numerous documentaries in recent months, including ones produced by journalists from Israel, Australia, Germany and France.
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Joyce Thornburg of Washington stomp grapes during the Italian Festival in Washington Saturday.
Joyce Thornburg of Washington stomp grapes during the Italian Festival in Washington Saturday.
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Washington Nationals’ Danny Espinosa scores as the ball gets away from Pittsburgh catcher Francisco Cervelli in the fourth inning Saturday. Espinosa scored on a fielder’s choice by Jayson Werth.
Washington Nationals’ Danny Espinosa scores as the ball gets away from Pittsburgh catcher Francisco Cervelli in the fourth inning Saturday. Espinosa scored on a fielder’s choice by Jayson Werth.
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Team Canada’s Sidney Crosby (87) scores on Team Russia’s goalie Sergei Bobrovsky (72)  during the first period of a World Cup of Hockey semifinal game Saturday in Toronto.
Team Canada’s Sidney Crosby (87) scores on Team Russia’s goalie Sergei Bobrovsky (72)  during the first period of a World Cup of Hockey semifinal game Saturday in Toronto.
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North Carolina’s Mack Hollins (13) catches a pass as Pitt’s Ryan Lewis (38) defends during the first half Saturday.
North Carolina’s Mack Hollins (13) catches a pass as Pitt’s Ryan Lewis (38) defends during the first half Saturday.
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Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley is sacked by Michigan defensive end Chris Wormley in the first half Saturday in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley is sacked by Michigan defensive end Chris Wormley in the first half Saturday in Ann Arbor, Mich.
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West Virginia safety Jeremy Tyler (2) celebrates his interception with defensive lineman Noble Nwachukwu (97) and safety Kyzir White (8) during the second half as BYU quarterback Taysom Hill (7) looks on.
West Virginia safety Jeremy Tyler (2) celebrates his interception with defensive lineman Noble Nwachukwu (97) and safety Kyzir White (8) during the second half as BYU quarterback Taysom Hill (7) looks on.
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Jared Nastal, 6, waves at the fire trucks during the Pennsylvania Firemen’s Association parade in Washington today as his grandmother, Cathy McConnell of Washington, looks on.
Jared Nastal, 6, waves at the fire trucks during the Pennsylvania Firemen’s Association parade in Washington today as his grandmother, Cathy McConnell of Washington, looks on.
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President Barack Obama speaks during the opening ceremony of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Saturday.
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Buckwheat Zydeco performs during the 2007 Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, May 5, 2007.
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In this Friday, June 19, 2015, photo, Pippa Middleton, left, sister of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, watches a tennis match on the fifth day of the Queen’s Championships in London.
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Nate Gardner, voiced by Anton Starkman, left, and Henry Gardner, voiced by Ty Burrell, are shown in a scene from “Storks.”
Nate Gardner, voiced by Anton Starkman, left, and Henry Gardner, voiced by Ty Burrell, are shown in a scene from “Storks.”
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Two visitors walk a circular labyrinth at Sanctuary Cove in Marana, Ariz. A sign at the entrance reads: “Absorb the beauty that surrounds you. Take time to clear your mind. Become aware of your breath.”
Two visitors walk a circular labyrinth at Sanctuary Cove in Marana, Ariz. A sign at the entrance reads: “Absorb the beauty that surrounds you. Take time to clear your mind. Become aware of your breath.”
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Trinity High School held its homecoming celebration Friday. Members of the homecoming court were freshmen Elizabeth Herrnberger, escorted by Charlie McIlvaine, and Isadora Thompson, escorted by Cole Whitmer; sophomores Julia Chakos, escorted by Matt Day, and Serena Hunsberger, escorted by Austin Aber; juniors Arabella Thompson, escorted by Zach Ecker, and Sabrina Salvatori, escorted by Jared Embert; and seniors Cali Eustis, escorted by Luke Oswald; Olivia King, who was crowned homecoming queen and was escorted by Andrew Piatt; Sadie Presto, escorted by Jacob Spencer; Cortni Vicheck, escorted by Stephen Day; and Saulyna Wells, escorted by Preston Miller.
Trinity High School held its homecoming celebration Friday. Members of the homecoming court were freshmen Elizabeth Herrnberger, escorted by Charlie McIlvaine, and Isadora Thompson, escorted by Cole Whitmer; sophomores Julia Chakos, escorted by Matt Day, and Serena Hunsberger, escorted by Austin Aber; juniors Arabella Thompson, escorted by Zach Ecker, and Sabrina Salvatori, escorted by Jared Embert; and seniors Cali Eustis, escorted by Luke Oswald; Olivia King, who was crowned homecoming queen and was escorted by Andrew Piatt; Sadie Presto, escorted by Jacob Spencer; Cortni Vicheck, escorted by Stephen Day; and Saulyna Wells, escorted by Preston Miller.
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Dante Marcucci, a senior at Burgettstown Middle/High School, has been named a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program. A letter of commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corp., which conducts the program, was presented to Marcucci by Brian Fadden, school principal, far right. Also pictured are Connie Joseph, assistant principal, and James Walsh, superintendent. Commended students placed among the top 5 percent of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Dante Marcucci, a senior at Burgettstown Middle/High School, has been named a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program. A letter of commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corp., which conducts the program, was presented to Marcucci by Brian Fadden, school principal, far right. Also pictured are Connie Joseph, assistant principal, and James Walsh, superintendent. Commended students placed among the top 5 percent of more than 1.6 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
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Maria Leilani Lengwin, a senior at Ringgold High School, is among 16,000 students from across the nation who qualified as a semifinalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. She will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $33 million, that will be offered in the spring. Merit scholars are selected for their skills, accomplishments and potential for success in rigorous college studies. Her parents are Jeff and Linda Lengwin of Nottingham Township.
Maria Leilani Lengwin, a senior at Ringgold High School, is among 16,000 students from across the nation who qualified as a semifinalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. She will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $33 million, that will be offered in the spring. Merit scholars are selected for their skills, accomplishments and potential for success in rigorous college studies. Her parents are Jeff and Linda Lengwin of Nottingham Township.
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Penguins goalie Matt Murray will likely miss the Oct. 13 season opener against Washington because of a broken hand.
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Bethlehem-Center High School will hold its annual homecoming celebration Friday, beginning at 5 p.m. with the homecoming parade in downtown Fredericktown, followed by festivities before the football game between the Bulldogs and Chartiers-Houston, which begins at 7 p.m. Students will elect a junior as their homecoming queen. Members of the homecoming court are, seated, from left, seniors Alex Lere, Hannah Hess, who is the reigning queen, and Annabelle LaRosa; and standing, juniors Abigail Walters, Baily Minerd and Anna Keruskin; sophomores Frankie Pryor and Ayla Stopko; and freshmen Sarah Hess and Carrington Brown. The homecoming dance will be held Saturday at the Denbo Vesta Six fire hall in Low Hill.
Bethlehem-Center High School will hold its annual homecoming celebration Friday, beginning at 5 p.m. with the homecoming parade in downtown Fredericktown, followed by festivities before the football game between the Bulldogs and Chartiers-Houston, which begins at 7 p.m. Students will elect a junior as their homecoming queen. Members of the homecoming court are, seated, from left, seniors Alex Lere, Hannah Hess, who is the reigning queen, and Annabelle LaRosa; and standing, juniors Abigail Walters, Baily Minerd and Anna Keruskin; sophomores Frankie Pryor and Ayla Stopko; and freshmen Sarah Hess and Carrington Brown. The homecoming dance will be held Saturday at the Denbo Vesta Six fire hall in Low Hill.
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Three South Fayette High School seniors have been named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. They are, from left, Yuchen Liu, Grace Eckroate and Sai Bhatte. They are among 16,000 students from across the nation to earn the honor. The National Merit Scholarship Program provides three types of Merit Scholarship awards with a value of up to $2,500 each. The scholarships are regarded as some of the highest academic honors that can be attained by U.S. high school students. Last year, NMSC awarded scholarships valued at more than $45 million to more than 9,400 students.
Three South Fayette High School seniors have been named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. They are, from left, Yuchen Liu, Grace Eckroate and Sai Bhatte. They are among 16,000 students from across the nation to earn the honor. The National Merit Scholarship Program provides three types of Merit Scholarship awards with a value of up to $2,500 each. The scholarships are regarded as some of the highest academic honors that can be attained by U.S. high school students. Last year, NMSC awarded scholarships valued at more than $45 million to more than 9,400 students.
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Five seniors from Peters Township High School have been named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. They are among 16,000 students from across the nation to earn the honor. They are, from left, Anthony Biscardo, Stephanie Wang, Caroline Langley, Shreya Sharma and Mitchell Dubaniewicz. They will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $33 million, that will be offered in the spring. Merit scholars are selected for their skills, accomplishments and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
Five seniors from Peters Township High School have been named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. They are among 16,000 students from across the nation to earn the honor. They are, from left, Anthony Biscardo, Stephanie Wang, Caroline Langley, Shreya Sharma and Mitchell Dubaniewicz. They will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $33 million, that will be offered in the spring. Merit scholars are selected for their skills, accomplishments and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
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The Mon Valley YMCA, 101 Taylor Run Road, Monongahela, will host a Zumbathon to benefit Monongahela Valley Hospital’s Lois Orange Ducoeur Breast Cancer Walk from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 7 in the gymnasium. The event will be led by six local Zumba instructors, including Vicki Furnier, Heather Johnson, Lynne Langly, Katie May, Georgann Siesky and Brittany Mucy, who is shown with her Zumba class. Cost is $10, and participants do not have to be members of the Y. There also will be a Chinese auction, a 50/50 raffle and a Zumbathon T-shirt sale. Free Zumba bracelets will be provided to the first 100 participants. All ages are welcome. Register in advance in the business office at the Y, or the night of the event. For more information, visit the Mon Valley YMCA’s website, www.monvalleyymca.org.
The Mon Valley YMCA, 101 Taylor Run Road, Monongahela, will host a Zumbathon to benefit Monongahela Valley Hospital’s Lois Orange Ducoeur Breast Cancer Walk from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 7 in the gymnasium. The event will be led by six local Zumba instructors, including Vicki Furnier, Heather Johnson, Lynne Langly, Katie May, Georgann Siesky and Brittany Mucy, who is shown with her Zumba class. Cost is $10, and participants do not have to be members of the Y. There also will be a Chinese auction, a 50/50 raffle and a Zumbathon T-shirt sale. Free Zumba bracelets will be provided to the first 100 participants. All ages are welcome. Register in advance in the business office at the Y, or the night of the event. For more information, visit the Mon Valley YMCA’s website, www.monvalleyymca.org.
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The Ware family has attended the Great Halloween Costume Swap for the past three years and found costumes for their four children each year.
The Ware family has attended the Great Halloween Costume Swap for the past three years and found costumes for their four children each year.
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