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Julia McCracken, a nutritionist and trainer from the Foundation for Wellness, spoke to the Carmichaels Women's Civic Club during its November meeting.
The Carmichaels Grange will hold its December meeting at 6 p.m. today during a covered dish dinner at the grange hall. The Greene Academy Dulcimer Players will be the entertainment for the evening.
This week is Commuter Appreciation week at Waynesburg University.
Westmoreland County Community College will hold its “Spring Enrollment Day” Wednesday, Dec. 9 at all of its education centers, including one in Greene County.
Santa Claus will be arriving in Greene County a little early this year.
Three people were arrested on drug charges, one by Monongahela police and two by the Washington County District Attorney's Drug Task Force, over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, stemming from the alleged sale of controlled substances in Monongahela.
A Monongahela businesswoman has opened the city's first guest house to help meet the need for short-term rentals.
Peters Township police arrested a McMurray man after he allegedly beat his 76-year-old mother at their Sheffield Lane home last Wednesday morning.
There will be no tax increase in Robinson Township as a previous fund balance and annual gas impact fees put the township in position to further invest in infrastructure.
A man was injured Monday night after he was struck by a truck while attempting to cross the street at Allison and Wylie avenues in Washington.
After years of Christmas sales creeping into November, then inexplicably overtaking Thanksgiving Day, it seems as though the luster is fading on Black Friday shopping.
To borrow a line from the Bob Dylan song “Desolation Row,” we’re no longer selling postcards from the hanging.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump certainly knows how to keep the public’s attention. Almost every day he comes up with another plan to protect the United States from the forces of evil, thrilling his crowds of supporters and leaving the rest stunned, flummoxed and outraged.
There’s never a shortage of bad news to report, but this week’s newspapers had much good news, too.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia’s defense is reaching its peak late in the season.
Ken McWilliams remembers the time Barry Gashel was officiating a wrestling match between Waynesburg and West Greene more than two decades ago. It was a moment that has remained with him all these years.
Here's your weekl football podcast, packed with local high school, college, and Steelers coverage!
SEATTLE – The Steelers came to Seattle Sunday for a litmus test.
Steelers set for rare appearance in Seattle.
The Steelers released veteran running back Isaiah Pead and signed running back Fitzgerald Toussaint off of their practice squad Friday and added him to their 53-man roster.
Steelers cornerback quietly having a solid season.
PITTSBURGH – When Russell Wilson burst onto the NFL scene in 2012, he was considered to be the next generation of NFL quarterbacks.
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