Two Greene County men were sentenced Wednesday by Greene County Judge Lou Dayich.
UMWA Career Centers Inc., based in Ruff Creek, has received a $1.2 million grant from Appalachian Regional Commission through the federal Power initiative to help retrain displaced coal miners.
A Carmichaels sophomore and eight of his classmates at Greene County Career and Technology Center have been working in the kitchens of Trump International Hotel, which opened in October on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.
A group of coal-state senators this week reintroduced the Miners Protection Act, federal legislation that would provide funding to guarantee pension and health-care benefits for retired union coal miners.
The Greene County jail is offering inmates more educational and exercise opportunities.
Ringgold School District gives the news media a peek inside its new middle school under construction in Carroll Township.
A Donora man is charged with raping a borough woman two weeks ago.
Nearly $8,000 in money seized in drug cases has been given to the Charleroi Regional police department.
Plans for a Community College of Allegheny County training center in Donora are moving forward.
Range Resources has donated $50,000 for improvements to Mon Valley Hospital's emergency department.
A section of Route 19 in Peters Township was closed for about 45 minutes this morning after an accident involving a pedestrian. Peters Township police said a vehicle hit a man at about 7:45 a.m. in the 2800 block. The man was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital by medical helicopter. The driver of the...
Emergency crews are on scene for an accident on Interstate 70 east.
The Observer-Reporter is looking for eight subscribers to serve on a reader advisory panel.
Five police officers were recognized Saturday during a benefit for the family of fallen Officer Scott Bashioum, who was killed in the line of duty while responding to a domestic call at a Canonsburg home.
A South Franklin Township man is in jail after allegedly beating up an elderly disabled man early Sunday morning.
The W.A. Young & Sons Foundry and Machine Shop in Rices Landing recently was designated as a National Historic Landmark.
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Good luck to President Trump on the day he assumes office. If he succeeds, then so do we all.
A list of team rankings for the area
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – The euphoria of blowing out a top-ranked team followed by a long trip west created one serious hangover for West Virginia.
Brady does it again, Patriots beat Steelers in AFC Championship.
Dirty tricks? Alarm pulled at Steelers hotel.
Steelers-Patriots set to play for AFC Championship for a third time but first since 2004.
A look at the matchups between the Steelers and Patriots.
Forget about Brady vs. Manning. Brady vs. Roethlisberger now a marquee matchup.
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January 22, 2017
That was deflating: Steelers fall to Patriots in AFC Championship
PITTSBURGH – Conor Sheary is in the midst of a career-best stretch – and he enjoyed another big game against his hometown team.
January 21, 2017
Washington & Jefferson’s starters combined for 72 of the team’s 74 points as the Presidents erased a five-point halftime deficit to record a 74-66 Presidents’ Athletic Conference win Saturday at Geneva.
Canon-McMillan outlasts USC for critical section victory
Boys basketball roundup: McGuffey outlasts Keystone Oaks in double OT
Girls basketball roundup: Top-ranked Class A team holds off West Greene
Free throws key as Belle Vernon edges South Fayette
Home win is sweet for McGuffey wrestlers
Wrestling roundup: Burgettstown wins subsection; J-M”s Teasdale gets 100th victory
Much at stake for Beth-Center, McGuffey wrestling teams
PT wrestlers rally, stay unbeaten in section
College basketball: W&J sweeps Geneva in PAC action
Sporio saves day in bizarre ending to Cal women’s win
No. 7 West Virginia stunned by Kansas State
Bethany women snap losing streak against Waynesburg
Steelers not alarmed by hotel fiasco
Steelers vs. Patriots an elite matchup
A look at the Steelers vs. Patriots matchups
Staff ace Cole, shortstop Mercer agree to deals with Pirates
Sheary, Crosby lead Penguins past Bruins
Big 2nd period helps Penguins beat Hurricanes
Fehr, Guentzel help Penguins top Canadiens 4-1
Defense takes night off as Penguins beat Capitals, 8-7
Rebellion disbands, won’t play in 2017
Steelers’ offense didn’t have enough in reserve
Forget history lesson, Steelers will beat Gronk-less Patriots
Predicting the winner in a great matchup
Bell good as gold for Steelers
Monessen hires alum Blainefield as football coach
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