No injuries were reported after a pickup truck struck a school bus Tuesday morning on Route 21 in Franklin Township, state police said.
Two people suffered minor injuries Friday in a single-vehicle crash on Route 18 in Morris Township.
Nearly 100 people participated in last month’s Victory 5K Run/Walk near Waynesburg, raising a total of $3,720 to help two Greene County charities.
A Waynesburg woman who failed to comply with the conditions of her sentence for selling and possessing cocaine was re-sentenced Wednesday by Greene County Judge Lou Dayich to 15 to 36 months in prison.
Construction continues on the bridge and railroad overpass on Route 19/21 over Ten Mile Creek in Morrisville. The $15.1 million project is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2017.
A victim in a shooting Sunday night in Charleroi was expected to undergo surgery Tuesday to remove a bullet from his head.
Belle Vernon School Board voted 7-2 on Monday to extend the contract of the district superintendent for another five years.
Rostraver Township has agreed to pay $200,000 to settle claims by a former finance director that the township violated state and federal laws barring employers from discriminating against employees with disabilities.
Monessen Council will accept bids on the sale of the building used as City Hall in the cash-strapped Mon Valley city.
The chaplain at SCI-Fayette in the Mon Valley community of LaBelle is named by a professional organization as chaplain of the year.
The two men charged with taking equipment, appliances and other items from residential construction sites in Peters, South Fayette and Cecil township waived their preliminary hearing and will be formally arraigned Dec. 13 in Washington County Court.
The woman who allegedly crashed her vehicle into a Jefferson Avenue beer distributor this summer has been charged by Washington police with driving under the influence of alcohol.
A Canonsburg woman was arrested Sunday morning by borough police after she allegedly assaulted her 14-year-old daughter for reportedly taking the mother's iPad without permisssion.
The fight over a memorial stone continued in court Monday, with one Cecil Township supervisor taking the stand.
The state Superior Court earlier this month affirmed convictions in two cases handled in Washington County court.
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Not too many years ago, illegal roadside dumps were a real problem in many rural areas of Greene County.
Proceed with caution when it comes to driverless cars.
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For Mylan CEO Heather Bresch, it must have seemed like having a root canal – on all 32 teeth.
MIAMI – Jose Fernandez escaped from Cuba by boat on his fourth try as a teenager, and when his mother fell into the Yucatan Channel during the journey, he jumped in and pulled her out.
LOUDON, N.H. – Kevin Harvick has thrived as NASCAR’s version of a Game 7 master, steeling his nerves and flourishing in those win-or-else races that kept a championship push alive.
TORONTO – Tomas Tatar stuffed in a shot, triggering quite a celebration.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Chartiers-Houston's Buccaneer Stadium for our Week 4 High School Football Round Up video– plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Chartiers-Houston head coach Terry Fetsko.
TORONTO – Members of Team USA gathered for a few drinks after they were eliminated from the World Cup of Hockey.
Steelers drubbed in Philadelphia by Eagles again.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles have had three different stadiums and 14 different coaches since they last lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers at home in a regular-season game.
Burns, Davis working to emulate Polamalu with pre-snap disguises.
Roethlisberger, Brown insist no carryover from on-field antics.
Steelers tight ends not trying to replace Heath Miller, even if that's what they're doing thus far.
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