Many got into the holiday spirit Saturday during Waynesburg's annual Christmas parade.
The Franklin Township Supervisors expect to adopt a 2017 budget Dec. 12 that includes a slight decrease in spending and no increase in property taxes.
Ceramic artist Laura Schlesinger of Crack Pot Studio displays some of her artwork while preparing to host the 25th Anniversary Open House in her Carmichaels art studio.
Follow-up testing conducted during the past year by the state Department of Environmental Protection has confirmed previous studies indicating radiological levels within safe limits both at the Clyde Mine treatment plant and in the waters of Ten Mile Creek.
A Waynesburg man is in jail after allegedly pointing a loaded, 12-gauge shotgun at his infant son and the child’s mother Wednesday afternoon.
Longtime Donora mayor John “Chummy” Lignelli died Thursday at 95.
A Charleroi woman was arrested Thursday night on drug and stolen property charges following an investigation by Charleroi Regional police and the Washington County Drug Task Force.
A man suspected of robbing a Monongahela convenience store early Thursday was nabbed several hours later when he was spotted by a city police officer leaving another convenience store.
Two sisters were arrested Wednesday after getting into a confrontation last month at a Donora home in which one child was threatened and another hit by objects thrown during the dispute.
The Donora senior center will reopen soon, months after mold caused the doors to close.
The annual Train & Toy Show attracted large numbers of sellers and buyers Saturday at South Franklin Township VFD.
The Diocese of Pittsburgh announced Saturday that five parishes in southeastern Washington County will merge to form St. Katharine Drexel parish.
More than a generation has passed since Washington County last reassessed property in 1981, so how are local government leaders coping as they prepare 2017 budgets?
Bethel Bakery, the iconic Bethel Park sweet shop, will open its first Satellite store Monday, Dec. 5, on Route 19 in North Strabane Towne Center.
An early-morning fire Saturday caused heavy damage to a South Franklin Township home.
Recycle those old television sets.
Put the smartphones down and engage with the world.
Historic preservation deserves support.
Cuba will be better off without Fidel Castro.
The Surgeon General offers a report on addiction.
LAS VEGAS – The longer Dale Earnhardt Jr. couldn’t drive because of the debilitating effects of a concussion, the more uptight he became.
CINCINNATI – Andy Dalton’s most important passes didn’t even make it past the line of scrimmage. Mike Nugent missed another extra point.
CANTON, Ohio (AP) — A Milwaukee-based technology company has obtained the naming rights for a large development project around the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.
Are Roethlisberger and Manning facing off for the final time?
Steelers concerned about running backs workload, but have to balance that with winning.
Steelers prepping to face Giants' special version of the no-huddle attack.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said somebody is going to lose playing time at outside linebacker.
PITTSBURGH – Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell doesn’t feel his offensive line receives the credit it deserves.
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Two charged in Canonsburg motorcycle shop burglary
Fire damages South Franklin home
Five Washington County parishes to merge Jan. 8
Model train show conducting itself well in South Franklin
Franklin Township approves budget; no tax increase proposed
Spreading holiday cheer
Artsy open house in Carmichaels
DEP final report on Ten Mile Creek indicates no dangers of radioactivity
Longtime Donora mayor John ‘Chummy’ Lignelli dies
Charleroi woman arrested
Monongahela man nabbed hours after store robbery
Sisters arrested after confrontation at Donora home
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Pennsylvania Santa Claus takes hobby, and season, seriously
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