The article requested cannot be found! Please refresh your browser or go back. (OR,20130118,SPORTS01,130119367,AR).
Two men wanted for an armed robbery earlier today are considered armed and dangerous.
Increased security at tonight's football game at Beth-Center as a threat overnight Thursday prompted tighter screening measures at the gates.
Above average fall temperatures could hinder fall foliage vibrance this year.
A Hickory man was killed in a crash early Thursday after fleeing on his motorcycle from a state police traffic stop in Mt. Pleasant Township.
Area residents and PennEnviromental filed a citizens lawsuit Thursday in Federal Court against the world's largest steel producer, ArcelorMittal, for violations at their Monessen coke plant.
An Ohio man is accused of stealing more than $100,000 worth of drilling equipment – including a small flaring chimney – from two Marcellus Shale well sites in Greene County.
SCI-Greene inmates worked Thursday afternoon to remove bricks from a house at the corner of South Washington and Lincoln streets in Waynesburg that is slated for demolition.
Support counselors trying to help victims of domestic violence are using the month of October to shift from raising awareness about the issue to pushing preventative measures.
Greene County Sheriff Brian Tennant released the following activity report for September.
The Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce will host its ninth annual Greene County Business Expo next week.
The state Department of Environmental Protection has given the go-ahead to First Energy to ship coal ash from a power plant in Beaver County by barge to the landfill at Hatfield’s Ferry in Greene County.
Anyone traveling regularly on Interstate 79 just north of Washington over a number of years must have noticed this: the steady growth of a mountain at Arden.
With a few strokes of his pen earlier this week, Gov. Jerry Brown made California the fifth state to approve physician-assisted suicide, giving doctors the go-ahead, when the law takes effect sometime next year, to provide lethal doses of drugs to terminally ill people who wish to end their lives.
Fifty or 60 years ago, you could travel from Huntington, W.Va., up through the Mountain State into Pennsylvania, and then head north either to Buffalo, N.Y., or west to cities in Ohio like Cleveland and Toledo, and then north from there toward Detroit and Flint, Mich., and find cities that were...
Despite recent, well-reported incidents across the country of police using unnecessary or highly questionable lethal force, most people understand policing is an enormously difficult and demanding job, and the overwhelming majority of officers act within the parameters of the law.
It's Week 6 of high school football, and the Five Minute Friday Football Fix podcast gives you an in-depth preview of the four games the O-R Sports team will be reporting from in under five minutes. This week's games are Ringgold vs. Belle Vernon, Uniontown vs. Trinity, South Fayette...
It's Week 6 of high school football, and the O-R Sports team is back with another football podcast. In this episode, Chris Dugan, Dale Lolley, Joe Tuscano, and Lance Lysowskirecap the wins and losses of week 5 high school football, and make their predictions for Week 5. The sports team...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – First, Kevin Harvick embarrassed the field with a dominating victory at Dover.
The PIAA is discussing proposals for an expansion to six classifications in Pennsylvania high school athletics, a change could have profound effects on regional high school sports. In this bonus podcast episode, O-R's Chris Dugan, Lance Lysowski, Joe Tuscano, and Dale Lolley debate the...
It’s Week 5 of high school football, and the O-R Sports team is back with another football podcast. In this episode, Chris Dugan, Dale Lolley, Joe Tuscano, and Lance Lysowskirecap the wins and losses of week 4 high school football, and make their predictions for Week 5. The sports...
O-R’s Dale Lolley brings you another big Steelers podcast! In this episode, Dale recaps the loss to the Ravens, gives his analysis of untested kicker Chris Boswell, and looks at how Michael Vick performed against the Ravens. Dale also gets you ready for the San Diego game with...
Steelers' star running back rounding into shape in third week back from suspension.
Picked up off the NFL scrap heap, Steelers cornerback Ross Cockrell is trying to fulfill his dream.
Steelers balanced rushing the passer with stopping the run against the Ravens.
PITTSBURGH – The new guy lined up on the outside and streaked down the field, stopping on a dime at 20 yards, turning and catching a pass from quarterback Mike Vick.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE OBSERVER REPORTER
The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores.
Unlimited 24-hour access to digital-only content
One month unlimited access to digital-only content
Seven day a week home delivery PLUS unlimited digital access
Sunday only home delivery PLUS unlimited digital access
Activate your current O-R print subscription includes digital access. Fill out the "I am a Subscriber" registration form to activate your digital access.
Sign-in online to make a renewal payment, enter a vacation stop, report a missed delivery, or submit a complaint.
Copyright 2015 Observer Publishing Company.All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.