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Construction crews have closed a small section of West George Street at Bailey’s Crossroads while realigning the intersection there with Route 21.
Applebee's has abandoned its plans to open a new sit-down restaurant in the Greene Plaza in Franklin Township.
Rain is in the forecast for Friday, and his name is Wayne Drop—the new Rain Day mascot.
Waynesburg University students are practicing to perform “The Curious Savage," a lighthearted comedy.
The Willow Tree Farm took first prize at the Jacktown Fair earlier this month for their “PA Preferred” entries.
Sewage rates could be going up in Fallowfield Township to fund a needed project.
New policies are being considered in Charleroi Area School District to ensure that proper boundaries between students and teachers are maintained.
A member of state Rep. Peter J. Daley’s staff will offer free help with any state program during outreach visits in Charleroi, Belle Vernon and Monongahela in August:
The NRA attracts dozens of participants to its "Women on Target" event.
A pickup truck going north on Jefferson Avenue near Tyler Avenue careened across the road and plowed into Beck's Tobacco and Beer, 885 Jefferson Ave., about 2:30 a.m. Thursday, knocking out half of the front of the building.
Two Florida men are in Washington County jail after they were arrested Tuesday by South Strabane Township police when they were found with credit cards that allegedly were fraudulently obtained through the theft of personal information.
An underground storage tank put a hold on a downtown revitalization project, but officials are confident work will conclude on schedule.
Kecksburg's annual UFO festival is a little different from other community fairs.
A proposed change to allow livestock to be raised in Cecil Township is being discussed among superviosrs ahead of a Sept. 6 vote on the issue.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale issued a report this week on oversight of nursing homes in Pennsylvania, and some of the findings were deplorable.
Outdoorsy types must’ve gotten quite a chuckle if they read the story in Wednesday’s Observer-Reporter about snakes at Mingo Creek County Park.
Two Washington County institutions dedicated to helping others launched endeavors that will help their clients help themselves.
Well, we’re not Illinois or Louisiana.
We’ve all seen the signs. One can’t travel within a 50-mile radius without seeing “0+ Lungs for Morgan Yoney.”
Kristin Armstrong could win her third straight Olympic gold medal in Rio. The women’s pursuit team is favored to capture gold. Several Americans could land on the BMX podium.
OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) – Preakness winner Exaggerator has joined the field for Sunday’s $1 million Haskell Invitational, setting up another matchup against Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist.
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – Henrik Stenson took his silver claret jug and headed straight for Switzerland to play in a charity event organized by Sergio Garcia. It turned out to be the perfect occasion to deliver an important message to the host.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Michael Jordan finally spoke out Monday about racial tensions in America in hopes of easing conflicts between blacks and law enforcement.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – Two players who began their careers at opposite ends of the spectrum nearly three decades ago ended up in the same place Sunday – with their names etched on plaques at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – Sidney Crosby showed off the Stanley Cup to his hometown fans.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – Sidney Crosby picked up the Stanley Cup at the Halifax airport and made a surprise visit to his hometown Tim Hortons.
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