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A 77-year-old bicyclist was flown by medical helicopter to an area hospital after he was struck by a vehicle and severely injured just after noon Tuesday on Toms Run Road in Wayne Township.
The federal settlement between the Central Greene School District and a teacher who accused the former high school principal of coercing her into a sexual relationship cost the district’s insurer $145,000.
A Carmichaels man who failed to abide by the rules of his probation for a burglary conviction three years ago was re-sentenced Wednesday by Greene County President Judge Farley Toothman to 30 to 84 months in prison.
Central Greene Superintendent Brian Uplinger, who was informed last month his contract would not be renewed when it expires in June, has been hired as superintendent of the Hazleton Area School District.
Long-lost descendants of West Finley Township farmers Albert and Bertha Amos met for the first time Saturday.
State Rep. Justin Walsh , R-Rostraver, will host a legislative coffee from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Aug. 31 at his Rostraver Township district office, 1739 Rostraver Road, Belle Vernon.
The new owners of Stoney's Brewing Co. officially launched their rebranded beer with a rollout party for distributors and friends.
Two Monessen residents were charged this week by California police with possession and possession with intent to deliver heroin after the drug allegedly was found in their vehicle after they were shot outside a home in November 2015.
Donora officials are raising the prospect of layoffs because of a budget shortfall.
Court documents say suspended Charleroi attorney Keith Alan Bassi, 61, hasn’t practiced law since June, “after learning he is the subject of a federal investigation involving ... his use of funds belonging to an incapacitated principal and other charges.”
Strong storms moved through northern Washington County shortly before 2 p.m., leaving downed trees and wires behind. Flooding was reported on Johns Avenue in McDonald and West Chestnut Street in Washington.
A Canonsburg resident is staying in a hotel after her ceiling collapsed Saturday night.
Hanover Township made three separate arrests at concerts at KeyBank Pavillion.
A local man charged with homicide and attempted homicide gets a second attorney to assist in his defense during a trial in which prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
There will be restrictions on the Liberty Bridge and inbound Liberty Tunnel in Pittsburgh nightly through Thursday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
In the wake of the collapse of an apartment building in downtown Washington last month, more needs to be done to prevent similar calamities from happening.
A few more 'outside-the-box store' ideas could breathe new life into Waynesburg's already vibrant business district.
It's dispiriting to see lawmakers drop profanity in interviews and speeches.
Editorial voices from newspapers in the United States:
A new study has found that alcohol abuse in increasing in the United States, creating a potential health crisis.
My assignment was simple: determine the best high school football games to watch each week in the upcoming season.
The Minnesota Wild and center Matt Cullen have agreed to a one-year, $1 million contract, bringing him back to his home state for a 21st season in the NHL.
The paths to major college football and the NFL have been cleared by a handful of linemen before him at Belle Vernon High School.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Hideki Matsuyama never looks satisfied with his shots or his score, no matter how good they look.
Brett Young will be following in the footsteps of golf’s greatest legends when he competes at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
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