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Pirates break out of slump
Something about Mary’s pitching that sparks PT to key win
Jozwiakowski, Fort Cherry continue winning track tradition
Case of Burgettstown child who starved to death back in Washington County Court
Three plead guilty in Ta’Niyah Thomas killing
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Softball, baseball finalists were big hits
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Voytik growing comfortable in new-look Pitt offense
Published: February 1, 2013
Junior Volunteers make donation
Washington Hospital Junior Volunteer board recently presented a check for $550 to Richard Mahoney, executive director of the Washington Hospital Foundation, to purchase a baby blood-draw station that provides a safe environment for positioning babies during blood collection. With Mahoney are members of the Junior Volunteer executive board, from left, Taylor Allen, president; Brittany McGary, vice president; Kaitlin McCracken, treasurer; and Fran Cicero, Junior Volunteer adviser.
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