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The following deeds were recorded in August in the office of Greene County Register and Recorder Donna Tharp:
Seven criminal defendants pleaded guilty and were sentenced last week by Greene County Court Judge Lou Dayich.
A Spraggs man who was arrested in August for a burglary Emerald Mine in Franklin Township allegedly returned three days later and was arrested again.
The former president of Mepco LLC, whose affiliate, the Dana Mining Co., operates the 4 West Mine in Mt. Morris, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Morgantown, W.Va., Tuesday for allegedly devising a scheme to make illegal campaign contributions.
First Energy Corp. must make environmental improvements to the coal ash landfill at its shuttered Hatfield’s Ferry Power Station in Greene County and begin closing portions of the site following a settlement reached with the Sierra Club.
Monessen police have arrested a suspect in a recent arson that injured firefighters.
City Hall is relocating in Monessen, a move that is expected to save the city a considerable amount of money.
Mosaic artist Rachel Sager is tackling her biggest project, repurposing old mine buildings into art.
Arson is suspected in a Tuesday night residential fire in Monessen that injured three firefighters.
A Carroll Township woman faces several charges filed last week by city police after she allegedly hit a basketball hoop and garage at the Valley Inn Fire Department, then nearly hit a man who tried to stop her from leaving the parking lot.
Motorcycle accident reroutes traffic on Route 136.
Emergency responders are combing Washington Park after a 24-year-old woman who was reportedly threatening to commit suicide left her home early Sunday afternoon.
Off-leash dog parks have become popular, and more municipalities are creating areas for pet owners to let their dogs roam and play.
Washington Italian Heritage Festival was held Saturday in Community Pavilion on South Main Street.
About 100 people participated in the Together We Can recovery walk in Washington Saturday to celebrate victories in the battle against drug and alcohol addiction.
Teens are less likely to get in trouble as they once were, but they might be less prepared to stand on their own.
Editorial voices from newspapers across the country:
Farm Aid, in its 33rd year, made its second appearance in Washington County on Saturday. The annual concert has raised more than $50 million for family farmers across the U.S., while now raising awareness of sustainiable farming methods that are environmentally friendly.
The sale of the Washington County Health Center is generating concern among workers about the security of their jobs.
Pittsburgh has a lot to offer, and it could end up becoming the home to Amazon's second headquarters.
Check out this interview with McGuffey running back Christian Clutter.
The O-R Sports staff travel to McGuffey for this week's Week 4 high school football preview video.
The Donora Historical Society is hosting a free football game film event Saturday, showing preserved Donora High School football games.
Our Week 3 game of the week recap is Trinity vs. Laurel Highlands.
Penny Chenery, who bred and raced 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat as well as realizing her ailing father’s dream to win the Kentucky Derby in 1972 with Riva Ridge, has died. She was 95.
Steelers say move not made as a protest, but to show unity.
Steelers will try to do something they've done just once before: Win in Chicago
Steelers defense will get boost from Tuitt.
Quarterback hopes cutting down on turnovers will help lead to more wins, especially on the road.
Steelers head coach says team just missing big plays in ground attack.
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