The old Rhodes Family cemetery off Miller Lane in Franklin Township now resembles an ancient burial ground.
Workers put up the siding of the new McCracken Pharmacy building on High Street in Waynesburg Friday. They also took down the old sign to put up a new one.
Waynesburg police say a noise complaint Sunday morning quickly escalated into an assault on two borough police officers by the suspect.
Work is expected to begin this week on the construction project to reconfigure the Route 21 intersection with Murtha Drive at the Greene County Airport.
West Greene High School students recently constructed a monarch butterfly “Way-Station” on the school grounds.
Monessen suffers more financial setbacks
The annual Dock Dogs show should be a a big splash at the Aquatorium in Monongahela.
A community service club at Brownsville Area High School is helpiing to revitalize the blighted downtown in their hometown.
A Donora man has been indicted on federal bank robbery charges.
A Charleroi man is facing charges he abandoned two pit bull terriers in a filthy apartment littered with heroin paraphernalia.
Three people were injured following a chase involving state police in Cross Creek Township.
A West Pike Run Township man accused of sending sexually explicit material to young girls as well as having sexual contact with two of them was ordered Monday to stand trial.
A Burgettstown resident is concerned about a mosquito-infested area near Harmon Creek.
An elderly couple are in separate hospitals after an apparent failed suicide pact Sunday in Rostraver.
A Canonsburg man wanted on a warrant for almost nine months in connection with a home invasion was taken into custody Friday by Washington police.
According to several reports, John Quigley combined a passion for environmental issues with a matching level of prickliness that alienated many of those who could have helped advance the causes that he cared about.
The 1986 Democratic primary contest in Georgia’s 5th congressional district, which encompasses much of Atlanta and its immediate suburbs, was one for the ages.
As time goes on, heroin’s deadly grip seems to be becoming more and more intense.
Consider this grim fact: The United States accounts for about 4.4 percent of the world’s population, but consumes 80 percent of its painkillers, according to the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians.
Given the way Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and their respective camps are quarreling, it could be that a lot of Democrats will need to down some stiff drinks once they settle in for the party’s quadrennial convention in Philadelphia at the end of July.
I am responding to George Block’s article in Sunday’s newspaper about women being the reason for a lack of ammunition. So I guess there shouldn’t be any women in the outdoors or women shooting events or any young girls using ammo to advance their desire to become more involved...
NEW YORK – The former Penn State football player who is suing the school and the NCAA over their handling of concussions says he has been dealing with dizziness, headaches, memory loss and other symptoms for 26 years.
PARIS – In his quest to complete a career Grand Slam, Novak Djokovic could have to beat nine-time champion Rafael Nadal in the French Open semifinals.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Jason Day set the 36-hole record at The Players Championship Saturday morning. By the end of a long and laborious day of big numbers, he was hanging on by the seat of his pants on a TPC Sawgrass that was as frightening as ever.
TAMPA, Fla. – The bigger the playoff moment, the more Nikita Kucherov shines.
PITTSBURGH — The Tampa Bay Lightning are one win away from a return trip to the Stanley Cup Final.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan has been stressing for weeks his team has multiple goaltenders capable of taking the franchise to the Stanley Cup.
TAMPA, Fla. – Few NHL teams have the quickness, speed, skill and depth to overwhelm the Tampa Bay Lightning, which the Pittsburgh Penguins have done through three games of the Eastern Conference finals.
TAMPA, Fla. — Sidney Crosby and Co. kept pressing and shooting until the Pittsburgh Penguins finally imposed their will.
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