Central Greene will be making cuts by attrition over the next month, since the school board approved a proposed 2017-18 budget by a 5-4 vote during a special meeting Wednesday.
Greene County Regional Police said they were able to identify one of the UTV-driving suspects they'd been chasing around Mt. Morris May 13 after a recording of the chase surfaced on the social media network Snapchat.
Greene County CYS is under scrutiny over its handling of allegations that a foster mother was raping a teenage boy in her care.
A bridge on Castile Run Road that spans South Fork Tenmile Creek in Clarksville will be replaced as part of PennDOT’s rapid bridge replacement program.
A Carmichaels man was found guilty Friday of holding a gun to his estranged wife’s head outside her workplace in Dry Tavern in October.
The suspects in an incident in which a gun allegedly was held to the head of a 6-year-old boy last month in Charleroi were ordered to stand trial Thursday following a preliminary hearing.
Monessen School Board has approved a tentative budget with an eight-mill tax increase.
Charleroi Area School Board approved a $23.55 million preliminary budget
Belle Vernon School Board remains divided over its proposed budget, which includes a tax increase.
A worker was killed Monday in a trench collapse in Rostraver Township.
The Washington County Drug Task Force executed search warrants overnight in the area of Maple Terrace, Washington.
A Hendersonville family hopes to rebuild after losing everything in a fire Monday afternoon. A family member has set up a GoFundMe account to help them.
State Rep. Bud Cook lends his support to saving the crumbling Marianna dam.
A Washington County judge dismissed suspended attorney and former state lawmaker Jesse White's defamation lawsuit against an attorney who represented White's mother in a separate case.
The 25 small business operators who completed a University of Pittsburgh Small Business Development Center seminar Thursday talked about what they learned over the past six weeks.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is again planning to consolidate parishes in its six-county region, including Washington and Greene.
The budget proposed by the Trump White House is draconian and would hurt the poor the most.
Betsy DeVos has promised to expand school choice across the country. Her home state offers an example of how not to do it.
For the first time, the leader of Waynesburg University's board of trustees is a woman and an African-American - - something the university should be proud of.
Penn State University is publishing a "report card" on fraternities and sororities, something that is overdue.
McMURRAY – With runners on second and third and two outs in the bottom of the 11th inning, Our Lady of Sacred Heart decided to intentionally walk California’s No. 3 hitter Nate Luketich in the Class AA WPIAL semifinal game at Peterswood Park late Wednesday night.
McMURRAY – As the saying goes, it’s always very difficult to beat the same team three times in one season, much less one month.
Marty Schottenheimer is one of the most renowned athletes in Washington County history.
Presidents use hitting win regional opener.
UPPER ST. CLAIR – Hunter Robinson took a no-hitter into the fifth inning for the No. 5-seeded Waynesburg Raiders against the No. 12-seed South Side Beaver Rams. He allowed only two hits over six innings: a seeing-eye groundball single in the fifth and an infield hit in the sixth.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins are heading back to the Stanley Cup Final.
PITTSBURGH – Craig Anderson is a realist, the byproduct of 15 years playing the most demanding position in the NHL.
OTTAWA, Ontario – Mike Hoffman scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period to give the Ottawa Senators a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday night and force a decisive Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
OTTAWA, Ontario – Guy Boucher has typically kept his team off the ice on off-days during the postseason. Not Monday.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan calls it “getting to our game.”
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May 26, 2017
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A Playboy centerfold was ordered to clean up graffiti Wednesday for secretly snapping a photo of a naked 71-year-old woman in a locker room and posting it online with a mocking comment.
NEW YORK (AP) – HBO says it’s scrapping a web-delivered venture it was developing with Jon Stewart.
SYDNEY (AP) – The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he’s about to fly back in.
Of this, dear moviegoer, rest assured: Dwayne Johnson’s biceps still ripple and glisten in the sunlight. So do his triceps, pecs, abs, delts, quads, lats and the other 600 or so muscles of the human body.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Chris Cornell’s widow has penned a letter addressed to the late Soundgarden front man days after he took his own life.
WASHINGTON – A growing number of Americans age 40 and older think Medicare should cover the costs of long-term care for older adults, according to a poll conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
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