Jefferson-Morgan High School will graduate 68 seniors during its commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in the Stanley Fowler Auditorium.
Before watching fireworks on America’s favorite holiday, several little Waynesburg girls will take center stage for one of the borough’s favorite traditions—the Little Miss Firecracker Pageant.
The Greene County Association of School Retirees presented its 2016 scholarship to Emily Blaker.
Numerous services and parades were held across Greene County during the Memorial Day weekend.
There will be a bake sale on Greene County Courthouse steps Friday. Items for sale will include hot dogs, creamed chicken sandwiches, veggie pizzas, cabbage and noodles and various desserts. The sale benefits the auxiliary of Center Township Volunteer Fire...
A Donora man is in Washington County jail after he was arrested Sunday night on drug charges.
"Buddy benches" may be coming to Ringgold schools.
The American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania is assisting two people whose Monessen home was damaged by fire Sunday.
Joann Braunegg, 91, was a devoted spouse and mother of three in Charleroi. But it wasn't until three years ago that her two sons and one daughter found out an incredible facet of her life: she was a World War II veteran.
A vacant former department store in Monessen will be converted into mixed-income apartments.
An Ohio man is suing Washington County, the county jail warden and four unidentified guards in federal court, alleging four unnamed guards assaulted him without provocation following his arrest on a disorderly conduct charge.
A Canonsburg teen was sentenced Tuesday to prison in connection with an armed home invasion last year in which he and two accomplices allegedly threatened two women with guns.
Monongahela and Donora Lions Club has stepped forward to help keep the concert series in Palmer Park in Donora going this summer.
A high school junior’s original song is selected for WYEP’s "Reimagination III" CD.
Chartiers Township police want to remind drivers that restrictions on Pike Street in Meadow Lands started Tuesday.
Imagine a loved one getting into a vehicle for some routine journey and never coming home again because they were killed by a driver who had a few too many and heedlessly got behind the wheel in an impaired state.
It’s frustrating enough when you’re placed on hold for yawning stretches of time when you call a toll-free number after your laptop has gone on the fritz or your flat screen is displaying nothing but fuzz.
W e pause today on Memorial Day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.
More often than not on this page, we decry the misdeeds of individuals, the failures of our institutions and the ways our leaders steer us down the wrong path.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
ARLINGTON, Texas – Francisco Liriano mostly cruised through the first three innings, looking to win his fifth straight start against Texas.
Fred Pagac has played and coached in the National Football League following a standout career at Ohio State University.
Wake Forest senior Jessie Merckle, a Hickory native and Fort Cherry graduate, has qualified for the NCAA Track & Field Championships in the javelin.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Steve Kerr gave his Golden State players a much-needed mental day off with time to rest their weary bodies, and he got back to work trying to figure out how to save the season against a powerful Thunder team that shows no signs of slowing down.
BEIJING – A proposal to let professional fighters compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics is “ridiculous” and “foolish,” former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson said Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH – The nerves are gone. Spending your franchise’s first 20 minutes in a Stanley Cup Final standing around while your opponent zips unimpeded from one end of the ice to the other will do that.
PITTSBURGH — Nick Bonino’s main job for the Pittsburgh Penguins is to get to the front of the net and create chaos. The well-bearded forward executed perfectly in his debut in the Stanley Cup Final.
SAN JOSE, Cal. – Back when the playoffs started nearly seven weeks ago, San Jose Sharks defenseman Paul Martin wondered what it would be like to play his old teammates in Pittsburgh in the Stanley Cup Final.
PITTSBURGH – The NHL remains open to continuing to send its players to the Olympics, just so long as it doesn’t have foot the bill.
PITTSBURGH – It wasn’t supposed to take the San Jose Sharks this long to reach their first Stanley Cup Final. It wasn’t supposed to take this long for Sidney Crosby to guide the Pittsburgh Penguins back to a destination many figured they’d become a fixture at after...
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