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A special education teacher at Waynesburg Central High School filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the district and former high school Principal David A. Mason.
Five young women from Greene County are competing in the 38th annual Miss Rain Day Scholarship Pageant this weekend.
When Claire Kreider looks back at her reign as Miss Rain Day, she thinks about the service projects she performed over the past year and the people who helped her.
The state Department of Transportation announced the tentative work schedule for Greene County roads next week.
A New York City man was charged with forgery Thursday morning for allegedly attempting to pass several counterfeit bills.
The roof has collapsed on an abandoned building in the heart of the downtown historic district in Charleroi.
Firefighters in Fallowfield Township rescued a dog Wednesday that was trapped 20 feet down what was believed to have been an abandoned coal mine shaft.
A Brownsville man was arrested Wednesday by California police on assault and other charges after he allegedly tried to run over his estranged girlfriend with their vehicle in a parking lot the previous day.
The state Historical and Museum Commission believes the proposed demolition of a building in downtown Charleroi would affect the borough's National Register status.
California Borough has gone to Washington County Court to try to withhold a video of a former police officer allegedly assaulting a prisoner from the man's attorney.
Two people were flown by helicopter to Pittsburgh hospitals following a single-car accident on Carlton Road in Somerset Township shortly after 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Gov. Tom Wolf visited Washington Friday to discuss how the budget will combat heroin addiction. Washington's SPHS CARE center was named one of the 20 best treatment centers in the state.
A charge of criminal homicide against a Burgettstown man in the fatal shooting of his daughter’s ex-boyfriend was held for court Friday.
Thanks to a member of a Washington club for coin collectors, a long-ago hero's grave will reflect that he died with honor.
Funds from a state tax credit program will allow the Washington Citywide Development Corp. to hire an executive director. Future projects include an inventory of the West End.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
Foolishness by our so-called leaders at the state and federal levels of government gets a lot of ink, but we also get a fairly steady diet of misguided shenanigans courtesy of our local elected officials.
The forecast is for temperatures in Western Pennsylvania to be in the low to mid-90s this weekend. We should feel lucky, because much of the nation has been and will be hotter.
Here’s the problem: You’re taking a guest out to dinner, but your guest has a restricted diet. Maybe he’s a vegetarian, or even a vegan. Maybe she is unable to tolerate dairy products like milk and cheese. Perhaps her digestive system cannot tolerate gluten.
If you’re old enough to remember the debut of MTV – and that would put you firmly in a demographic where retirement is now looming closer than high school graduation – you also remember when malls weren’t just a place where you could pick up a pair of jeans and a...
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – When they were drafted nearly three decades ago, one was on everybody’s baseball radar, the other a blip at best, picked almost as an afterthought in the final round thanks to a recommendation by an important family friend.
Trainer Ron Bruke has half the field as the Theadows hosts two elimination races for the Adios.
McDonald resident, already drafted into the USHL, will play hockey at Connecticut.
Upper St. Clair owner Gillespie feels Rip This Joint could hit the right tune at The Adios.
Twelve horses entered for two elimination races leading to the 50th running of the Adios.
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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