The Waynesburg man who was shot by borough police in May after allegedly pointing a gun at an officer is now facing federal drug possession and firearms charges.
Hundreds gathered this past weekend at Mason-Dixon Historical Park near Core, W.Va., to enjoy the three-day festival for the 250th anniversary celebration of the Mason-Dixon Line survey along Pennsylvania’s southern border.
Two Brave parents are facing child endangerment and marijuana possession charges after Greene Regional police said their 4-year-old son was in their vehicle during an alleged drug transaction in September.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Water Authority will shut off water service in Rices Landing.
A number of criminal defendants pleaded guilty and were sentenced last week by Greene County Judge Lou Dayich.
An Elizabeth man has died from injuries he suffered in a motorcycle crash in Rostraver Township.
A reward is being offered for information in the death of a New Eagle man hit by a car in South Park.
Two Belle Vernon Area students accused of attacking a third are in a juvenile detention center in connection with that incident.
Two Ringgold football players reached plea agreements in an assault case.
Ringgold School District teachers hit the picket lines this morning, canceling classes for students.
As late as Thursday, Washington County officials expected the sale of the health center to take place Friday. Then, the situation changed.
South Strabane Township police are seeking witnesses to a fatal crash Oct. 13 at the intersection of East Beau Street (Route 136) and Lakeview Drive.
There have been several polling places changes for the Nov. 7 election in Washington County.
Washington County commissioners have contacted the state Department of Education in an attempt to determine if the Trinity School District complied with the law in the wake of the countywide reassessment.
John Knapp received a standing ovation from students, faculty and alumni Thursday afternoon just after he was sworn in as president of Washington and Jefferson College.
Teacher strikes should be oulawed in Pennsylvania, as they are in most of the rest of the United States.
The killing of a Pitt student by her former boyfriend show how the protections for domestic violence victims fall short.
Who does Congress work for? Voters or the drug industry?
The fact that a visit to this area by President John F. Kennedy evokes intense nostalgia illustrates the hold Camelot continues to have on us.
The number of volunteer firefighters has declined, and there needs to be creative solutions to replenish their ranks.
O-R sports editor Chris Dugan speaks with Peters Township linebackers and twin brothers Clayton Scott and Tanner Scott in this football video extra.
O-R sports writer Luke Campbell speaks with Peters Township players Luke Mary and Angelo Quarture in this football video extra.
Join the O-R sports staff for a preview of this weekend's high school football games and an interview with Peters Township coach TJ Plack.
TALLADEGA, Ala. – Brad Keselowski was in trouble when he arrived at Talladega Superspeedway ranked 10th in the playoff standings. He knew he’d need a big finish to keep his championship chances intact.
West Mifflin scored four touchdowns over 50-plus yards to beat host Ringgold.
Steelers looking to get tight ends more involved in offense.
Steelers sacks piling up, even if they're coming from different sources.
Steelers need more on offense than just Bell and Brown.
Steelers defense passes early season test against Chiefs.
Bryant denies national report that he resquested a trade from Steelers.
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October 20, 2017
PITTSBURGH (AP) – The attorney general says a 72-year-old Pennsylvania prosecutor obstructed justice and misused the power of his office by improperly intervening in criminal cases involving his 39-year-old girlfriend.
A state trooper rescued a Bridgeville man from a fiery interstate crash near Pittsburgh International Airport.
SCRANTON (AP) – Police say a Pennsylvania man choked a woman because she changed her iPad’s passcode.
Police seeking witnesses to fatal South Strabane crash
Washington County seeks election day workers; two polling places change
County questions state about Trinity school tax increase
W&J inaugurates new president
Hundreds gather to celebrate Mason-Dixon Line’s 250th anniversary
Brave parents accused of trying to sell drugs with young son in car
Water service upgrades in Rices Landing
Greene County pleaders
Reward offered in South Park pedestrian death
Brothers charged with assaulting fellow Belle Vernon student
Ringgold football players reach plea deals in assault case
Ringgold teachers hit picket lines
Target sees new smaller Manhattan store as where it’s headed
Last-minute rebound lifts S&P 500, Dow edge to new highs
Report: Western Pa. housing market improves from last year
Be aware of upcoming Social Security, Medicare changes
Police Beat Oct. 20
Police Beat Oct. 19
Police Beat Oct. 18
Pennsylvania GOP governor hopefuls face off for first time
New charges for ex-boyfriend accused of killing Pitt student
Cops: Pittsburgh mom claims daughter was choked, hit teacher with brick
Facebook bug puts Pittsburgh users in Philadelphia for a day
Howard Carroll, lead guitarist for Dixie Hummingbirds, dies
Trump backs GOP budget as step toward massive tax cuts
Pentagon faces demands for details on deadly attack in Niger
‘Murder insurance’ or protection in self-defense cases?
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