When Miss Rain Day Bryn Patton looks back at her reign over the past year, she can’t pinpoint a favorite moment or memory.
Six young women from towns across Greene County will compete in the 39th annual Miss Rain Day Scholarship Pageant.
Morgan Yoney has received another life-saving organ donation, and this time there was no waiting, because her mother, Tammy Yoney, was her donor.
A former Greensburg foster mother will stand trial for allegedly having sex with a Greene County teen in her care.
Central Greene School Board is considering a plan to close Margaret Bell Miller Middle School and to move middle school students into the district’s existing elementary and high school.
California University of Pennsylvania has lifted its layoff notice to the faculty union.
The Rebel, Rebel float trip down the Monongahela River will mix David Bowie, kayaks and history.
Warrants have been signed for the arrests of two men in a home invasion, robbery and attempted homicide in Monessen on the Fourth of July.
A tractor-trailer overturned on Interstate 70 west at the Mon-Fayette Expressway interchange in Fallowfield Township at about 9 a.m. Wednesday, state police said. Traffic is backed up in the westbound lanes as emergency crews work to clear the wreckage, a dispatcher said. It was not immediately...
A section of Route 481 between the eastbound ramps from Interstate 70 to Grange Road in Fallowfield Township will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Monday through July 31, the state Department of Transportation announced.
The city condemned the second building in less than a week belonging to the owner of a separate apartment building that collapsed July 12.
A Washington County 911 supervisor confirms a report of shots fired on Fayette Street in Washington.
Have you ever wanted to own a palatial suburban retreat? Then you might want to check out an online auction for a 7-acre estate in McMurray.
A Midway man was arrested early Friday on a warrant obtained by McDonald police on charges including rape and strangulation after he allegedly assaulted a Midway woman in his home earlier this month.
North Strabane Township police have obtained an arrest warrant for a Butler County woman accused of stealing pain medication while caring for a 92-year-old woman.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
It's essential to find the right people to be our firefighters, policemen and social workers.
A growing number of municipalities are deploying speed humps to slow down motorists.
Romanian immigrants that have settled in California Borough should be assisted, not shunned.
Deregulating heedlessly can have dire consequences.
SOUTHPORT, England – Rich Beem was scouting Royal Birkdale this week in his role for Sky Sports when someone jokingly asked if he planned on working for more than nine holes this week at the British Open.
Anyone hoping to see Dale Earnhardt Jr. race in the Clash at Daytona next February got their answer from his wife.
Meadowlands Pace winner Huntsville and North America Cup champion Fear The Dragon head a field of 14 into the 51st edition of the $450,000 Delvin Miller Adios Pace for the Orchids at The Meadows.
A former Centerville High School athlete was a standout in four sports and a record-setter in football and track and field.
The Washington-Greene Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame recently held its annual induction ceremonies. This year’s class of inductees included, front row, from left: Ron Skiles (golf); Ed Malinowski (football); Frank Mosier (wrestling); Dan Petrola (youth service); Rebecca Sabol-Stannard, who accepted for her late father Albert Sabol (football); Joe Throckmorton (wrestling) and Andy Migyanko (wrestling). Back row, from left: Leon Pagac (football); Chad Williamson (football); Brian Pelkey (football); Mark Wise (football); Marty Schottenheimer (football) and Louis Ray Kemp (football).
COLE HARBOR, Nova Scotia – Sidney Crosby said Wednesday he did not pay attention to those questioning whether he should continue playing hockey after suffering another concussion during the playoffs.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins didn’t look very far for assistant coach Rick Tocchet’s replacement after he left to take the head coaching job with the Arizona Coyotes.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Coyotes hired Rick Tocchet as head coach, turning the team over to a man who helped the Pittsburgh Penguins win the past two Stanley Cup titles.
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