The annual town-wide yard sale in Rogersville will be held Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. The Center Township Volunteer Fire Department auxiliary will sell food and drinks beginning at 9 a.m. For more information, call 724-833-0180 or 724-499-5385.
The Liars Den, which has stood as a landmark in Mather for almost a century, will be rebuilt this fall.
The state Superior Court affirmed the judgment of sentence Tuesday of Jason W. Roe, who was convicted of murder in the August 2012 fatal shooting of a Daisytown man at a remote cabin in Wayne Township.
The Carmichaels fire hall was cordoned off in mine cloth and transformed into a celebration of mining Saturday with artifacts and tools for sale.
Charges were withdrawn against a Sycamore man who was accused of keeping his wife at his father’s house for months against her will.
Gov. Wolf names Monessen health agency a "Center of Excellence" for treatment of opioid addiction.
Allegheny County Public Works Department announces the start of post-Labor Day projejct.
An international plastics packaging manufacturer will locate a manufacturing plant in Donora, creating 88 jobs.
Hot temps call for cooling action, so district officials in Belle Vernon are paying $8,500 a month through Oct. for air conditioning.
Monessen Council approves an ordinance that allows backyard chickens in residential area.
A West Finley woman was abducted at gunpoint and police are looking for her husband, who allegedly beat and kidnapped her in July.
The son of a Hanover Township supervisor is on probation for 23 months after pleading guilty to theft from the township recreation board account.
Washington County President Judge Katherine B. Emery has been appointed to the state board that directs funding toward litigation involving low-income parties.
In 2017, Alexandra Hellberg will become the first female president of the half-century-old McMurray Rotary Club.
The Washington County coroner’s office is seeking relatives of a person who died recently in the area. Peter Baku, who lived in Washington, was born June 26, 1963, and died Aug. 28. Anyone with information can call the coroner’s office at 724-228-6785.
For decades, the sight of Rolling Hills Country Club’s manicured lawns greeted East McMurray Road motorists, but that time has passed.
Editorial voices from newspapers around Pennsylvania:
Over the past two decades, the internet has gone from a luxury item for those who enjoyed surfing the World Wide Web to a modern-day necessity that regularly impacts our daily lives.
The biblical warning about sparing the rod and spoiling the child was once rigorously heeded in public schools across the country, as paddles were unsheathed for offenses as petty as chewing gum or forgetting your mailing address when called upon in class.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States, as compiled by the Associated Press:
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Colin Kaepernick will get one more chance to impress coach Chip Kelly before the San Francisco 49ers announce their starting quarterback even as the debate surrounding Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem remains heated.
DENVER – Weighing just 153 pounds, former Air Force option quarterback Dee Dowis wasn’t the most intimidating presence. That is, until he got the ball in his hands.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT –As Ryan Harlost stepped to the mound Sunday, he took it all in.
The process of selecting Sidney Crosby as Canada’s captain for the World Cup of Hockey was a simple one.
The O-R Sports team is back for the 2016 high school football season! Check out their preview of this season, with in-depth analysis from Chris Dugan, Jasper Wilson, Dale Lolley and Joe Tuscano.
PITTSBURGH – The Steelers’ big offseason signing is looking more like a big mistake – at least for now.
Steelers star receiver feels team will take care of him with contract.
Fourth-round pick Jerald Hawkins among casualties as he heads to injured reserve.
Steelers rookie nose tackle Javon Hargrave’s nickname in college was “Gravedigger.”
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger torched New Orleans’ defense for 148 yards and two touchdown passes on his first two series of this preseason, then got the rest of the game off while the Steelers rolled to a 27-14 victory over the Saints on Friday night.
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