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Pam Snyder and colleagues with the House Democratic Policy Committee listen to testimonies from Greene County social workers on the front lines of the heroin and opioid epidemic during a hearing Tuesday afternoon at Jefferson fire hall.
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Morgan Voithofer, center, was named the 2016 Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Queen at a pageant Sunday in the Carmichaels Area High School auditorium. From left are third runner-up Olivia Lowther; first runner-up Madison Detrick; Voithofer; second runner-up Maggie Ewing; and fourth runner-up Olivia Kula.
Melody Broderick, a volunteer with the WHS-Greene hospital auxiliary, stands inside the Cherry Door, a thrift store that raises money for the hospital. The shop moved last month from its Elm Drive location in Franklin Township to a storefront at 120 W. High St. in Waynesburg. It reopened Aug. 1 and is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday.