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State police in Greene County filed charges Friday afternoon against the man accused of robbing Gabler's Drug store in Carmichaels twice.
The DEP issued an order prohibiting mining at 4 West Mine where it could encounter conditions similar to where a rock fell last month and killed a miner.
During their meeting Thursday, Greene County Commissioners proclaimed February National Canned Food Month to promote the work of the Corner Cupboard Food Bank.
The Cornerstone Genealogical Society of Greene County will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the log cabin courthouse on Greene Street in Waynesburg. This month’s topic will be “The Mather Mine...
Greene County Commissioners approved a five-year agreement to lease county vehicles from Enterprise Fleet Management, a deal expected to save the county about $140,000 during the next 10 years.
The union representing 400 hospital workers and Washington Hospital have both confirmed that they'll return to negotiations.
State Rep. Pete Daley is calling out a nationally syndicated meteorologist for her commentary that he felt belittled Punxsutawney Phil on Groundhog Day.
The Peters Township police are investigating an incident where a male at Peters Township Middle School had inappropriate photos of girls on his cellphone. He was reported by another student.
Two Washington homeowners can now receive forgiveness loans through the county's rehab program.
A blue heron is silhouetted against the ice on Canonsburg Lake as it takes flight Sunday afternoon. With the lake frozen, it’s difficult to pluck fish out of the cold water.
The U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday failed to override a veto from President Obama striking down a bill that repealed key provisions of the Affordable Health Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, and placed a one-year moratorium on federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
T he sound and the fury leading up to the Iowa caucuses has subsided, so it’s time to reflect on what we have learned about the 2016 presidential race from that rather quaint electoral exercise. And the answer is, nothing that would allow us to declare any winners of the Democratic and...
T he morning after brought an onslaught of Iowa caucus coverage, and amid the sound and fury over the photo finish between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side and the surprising strength of Marco Rubio with GOP caucusgoers, there was a story that stood out for us – the...
Around this time last year, there was a raft of depressing headlines about Pennsylvania falling behind the rest of the nation when it comes to pre-K education, and the detrimental effects on the commonwealth’s children.
The generosity of people in Greene County was highlighted again last week following two tragic events involving students in the Central Greene School District.
Shannon Relihan scored 17 points as Fort Cherry wrapped up a playoff spot in Section 3-A with a 31-25 win at Geibel Catholic Thursday night in a high school girls basketball game.
The Mid Mon Valley All Sports Hall of Fame will induct 8 new members.
Kentucky Derby prep season is warming up, and there’s no hotter name in horse racing than Bob Baffert.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Aline Silva has had the dengue fever twice, and she’s not taking any chances with the Zika virus.
Canon-McMillan wins its 15th consecutive section wrestling title.
A jury of 12 men considers the fate of a woman accused of killing her husband in a trial packed with drama.
Lillian Moss finds opportunity for a better life with marriage to William Roupe, but it comes at a price.
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