A Waynesburg man found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol during a nonjury trial in December was sentenced last week to six months of probation by Greene County President Judge Farley Toothman.
A Greensboro man is in jail after allegedly punching a Cumberland Township police officer in the face Saturday morning.
A number of criminal defendants pleaded guilty and were sentenced last week by Greene County Judge Louis Dayich.
A West Newton man allegedly stalked a Waynesburg University student and threatened to “shoot up the dorms" if she did not speak with him.
One key detail helped the pharmacist identify the man she claims robbed Gabler's Drug Store in Carmichaels twice in nine days last January.
State Rep. Rick Saccone, who represents Mon Valley communities in Washington and Allegheny counties, announces a run against incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr.
A Powerball ticket worth $1 million was sold in Ruffs Dale.
Rare narratives from those born into slavery are discovered in an 1893 newspaper in Monongahela.
A sprawling mansion in Rostraver Township is on tap to become a winery and event center.
A New Eagle man who was wanted on rape charges has been appreheneded in New York.
Frank Sarris Public Library celebrated the opening of a new entrance into the Canonsburg facility.
An East Washington man, already facing several charges for theft and burglary, was arrested Friday on charges filed by East Washington and South Strabane Township police.
State Sen. Camera Bartolotta, R-Carroll Township, will host a panel discussion Thursday in Washington to address questions regarding legislation she recently introduced to help mothers and infants affected by postpartum depression.
There will be a single-lane restriction from 10 p.m. today to 5 a.m. Wednesday in the inbound Liberty Tunnel in Pittsburgh for cleaning work.
A New Eagle man was arrested by Monongahela police Sunday for allegedly assaulting a woman and forcing her to barricade herself with four children inside a bedroom at their home.
Stories of those born into slavery resonate with us today.
Charleroi's Hoodie Hoo Day is not a trivial event, but a fun day in February that eases the doldrums of a cold winter.
It's time to get "Puppy" a name and a home.
Libraries and other cultural institutions deserve support through more than just the kindness of strangers.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) – West Virginia coach Bob Huggins had little to offer when asked about the questionable foul that sent Daxter Miles Jr. to the free throw line with 4.8 seconds left.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Mark Melancon sprints to the mound and his heart starts racing – at precisely 183 beats per minute.
Steelers make Brown the NFL's highest-paid WR and make sure Bell sticks around in 2017, as well.
Steelers face decision about what to do with with star running back Bell.
Team now has eight picks in 2017 draft.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter has been fined $300 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from a dispute with a bar bouncer and a police officer last month.
Steelers GM says team working on long-term deal with Brown, Bell up next.
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