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Sugar Grove Baptist Church on Route 88 in Monongahela Township invites its congregation and friends to the hanging of the greens ceremony at 6 p.m. Sunday in preparation for the advent season. Refreshments will be served following the service.
The West Greene Lions Club recently honored three seniors at West Greene High School, Sarah Jones, Mikhayla Post and Tyler Whipkey, as outstanding students.
Jefferson-Morgan High School students raised $1,700 for the Ronald McDonald House charity during the school’s first ever Powder Puff football game.
A Millsboro man who pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol and a controlled substance, his second DUI offense in 10 years, was sentenced Friday by Senior Judge Hiram Carpenter III to 15 to 36 months in prison.
WAYNESBURG—High Street businesses will be throwing their own Black Friday bargain event a day late this weekend, with the event resulting in mixed outcomes for businesses over the years.
A senior judge presiding ruled that there is no basis to find Recorder of Deeds Debbie Bardella in contempt of cour for refusing to record deeds involving certain trusts.
A North Strabane Township man was arrested Saturday night by township police after he allegedly assaulted his estranged wife at their home.
Fourth-graders at Cecil Elementary School held their annual Thanksgiving feast and Turkey Trot contest that featured some very creative entries.
Washington County commissioners took action affecting two bridges, one in the Bentleyville area and the other in Cecil Township.
A retired teacher has petitioned Washington County Court to fill a vacancy on the California Area School Board.
When John Paul Stevens retired from the U.S. Supreme Court at age 90 in 2010, he was still playing tennis, and still was a nimble, astute thinker about American jurispridence and the country’s politics. Last year, he published a book written in his retirement and, yes, is still playing...
The lights at Emerald Mine near Waynesburg still illuminate the Greene County sky, but the machinery that produced tons of coal for nearly four decades is now quiet.
If you know someone who clicks their heels joyfully at the thought of paying school property taxes, please identify them. They are as elusive a creature as the rare and endangered snow leopard or, heck, even Bigfoot.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
Yale is just one of many college and university campuses where protests have erupted recently over racial insensitivity and discrimination. It’s not a coincidence that these events have come soon after the uproar over the appalling treatment and killing of black suspects by police in...
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!
PARIS – Nervous fans planning to attend next year’s European soccer championship in 10 cities across France got a guarantee Sunday from the president of the organizing committee that security will come above everything.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Ronda Rousey was the UFC’s unstoppable force until Holly Holm used the former champion’s aggression against her to produce one of the sport’s biggest upsets.
ST. LOUIS – Jozy Altidore scored twice as the U.S. bounced back from an early deficit and routed tiny St. Vincent and the Grenadines 6-1 Friday night in the Americans’ opening qualifier for the 2018 World Cup.
Placekicker has ended the Steelers' revolving door at position.
Brown having another big season for Steelers.
It's a bye week, but Steelers beat writer Dale Lolley still has a lot to say in this week's Steelers podcast.
Former first-round pick making progress with Steelers in third season.
Center finally gets his chance to start after six teams and eight years in NFL.
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