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Morgan Yoney will turn 22 Thursday. She’s already received birthday wishes, gifts and even a signed guitar from the country band Branch and Dean. But what she really needs this year is a set of O positive lungs.
About 550 students graduated Sunday during Waynesburg University’s 163rd Commencement ceremony.
Waynesburg Mayor Duncan Berryman hopes to find enough residents who care about the community to volunteer Saturday morning to help with a borough-wide clean up.
Robert A. Bain II, left, a lawyer from Gettysburg, who recently moved to Greene County, is sworn into the Greene County Bar Association Friday by Greene County President Judge Farley Toothman, right, while courthouse tip staff Mike Dulaney holds the Bible.
Dog wardens will canvass Greene County and neighboring counties this month to ensure all dog owners have current licenses and rabies vaccinations for their dogs.
The Heinz History Center is documenting the history of Jewish communities in the Pittsburgh area, including the once-vibrant one in Donora.
A Monessen man died in a car crash Thursday.
Charleroi Area School District will name its football stadium to honor pro football player Myron Pottios, who graduated from the district in 1957.
Staff from the office of state Rep. Peter J. Daley, D-California, will offer free help with any state program during outreach visits at three locations in May:
Road improvement projects are coming in Fallowfield Township.
Many more miles of Pennsylvania highways now have 70 mph speed limits.
New zoning protections for Southpointe residents and developers approved.
Peters is the only library selected to receive the Thinking Money Exhibit sponsored by FINRA and the ALA.
One-year-old Anna Israel is all smiles during a pony ride, with mother Sarah Israel and grandmother Karen Israel of Pittsburgh escorting her. During an intermission, circusgoers had the chance to take a pony ride, get their photo taken with a snake or get their faces painted.
There will be overnight, single-lane restrictions on the inbound Parkway West (Interstate 376) through Friday night. The restrictions will occur at various locations between the Interstate 79 and Routes 19/51 South interchanges from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. each night.
In an appearance in Pittsburgh before the April 26 primary election, Donald Trump promised he would bring back the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno.
It looks like some major improvements are in store for Ryerson Station State Park in Wind Ridge, judging from comments made by Park Manager Alan Johnson at a recent meeting of the group Friends of Ryerson Station State Park.
The Worldwide Web may have democratized information and given everyone their very own megaphone, but it’s full of tripwires and booby traps for the easily hoodwinked, whether it’s a great-grandmother handing over her nest egg to a grifter working out of a Jamaican sports bar or some...
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
Driving a school bus is no easy job. Kids by nature can be noisy and unruly, and driving safely amid such distraction requires skill and patience.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Harrison Heffley played nearly every sport that caught his interest during junior high and high school, from his dominant trade of baseball to basketball, football and even golf.
PITTSBURGH – Kenya’s Kipkoech Ruto took the men’s title in the Pittsburgh Marathon Sunday morning with a time of 2:17.27. Ethopia’s Hailemaryam Ayantu Dakebo won the women’s race in 2:42:47.
Barbetta wins first softball award at Tri-County Athletic Directors Coach of the Year Banquet.
PHOENIX (AP) – Chris Herrmann drove in four runs with a home run and double, Rubby De La Rosa gave up three hits over six-plus innings, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 Saturday night.
Ben Bishop stopped 34 shots and Alex Killorn scored with less than two minutes remaining Thursday night as the Tampa Bay Lightning advanced to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
PITTSBURGH – The number of hits the Washington Capitals have tried to level on Pittsburgh Penguins through two contentious games in the Eastern Conference semifinals is not a surprise.
WASHINGTON (AP) – During their back-to-back Stanley Cup final runs in 2008 and 2009, the Pittsburgh Penguins knew all about what Brooks Orpik can do. The rugged, bruising defenseman’s ability to play on the edge was a big part of the Penguins’ playoff success for a long time.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Already down a game in their second-round playoff series, Kris Letang and the Pittsburgh Penguins suddenly were down a man, too, on Saturday night, when Olli Maatta was leveled by a high hit from Washington’s Brooks Orpik less than five minutes in.
ARLINGTON, Va. – Step it up, Sidney Crosby. The Pittsburgh Penguins can’t win this playoff series without you.
WASHINGTON — T.J. Oshie raised his arms in celebration and looked at referee Dan O’Rourke. Oshie was pretty sure he scored in overtime to complete a hat trick and one of the biggest games of his career.
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