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A Washington County man was arrested Friday night for allegedly wielding a knife during a fight outside of a Waynesburg residence.
A bagged lunch can go a long way for Greene County kids in need during the summer.
About 60 people attended the 10th Annual DRYerson Festival Saturday. Started as a way to pressure governing agencies to restore Duke Lake, which was drained in 2005, the festival's focus this year was on preserving feeder streams in the area, which environmentalists fear are threatened by nearby...
The West Greene School Board passed its first property tax increase in 14 years.
State police are continuing to investigate the fatal shooting Thursday afternoon in Mt. Morris.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will visit Monessen on Tuesday.
Two volunteers with the California Historical Society have teamed up to develop one of the largest tombstone photo collections in the area.
A Monessen man is facing charges he allegedly attempted to kill a local bar patron with a box cutter.
A body was found in a wooded area along the Monongahela River, near the Carroll Township-Donora line.
The public is invited to aviation-related events on Saturday, July 2, and Saturday, July 9, at the Finleyville Airport.
These Boy Scouts were photographed in the 1950s, but who they are is a mystery.
McGuffey School District has started a beekeeping program, and it's generating lots of interest among students.
Firefighters were working late Sunday afternoon to control a fire that had engulfed a house in Hopewell Township.
One patient was flown from the scene of a two-vehicle accident in Centerville Sunday afternoon.
Seven springs resident Joe King takes woodcarving a gasoline-powered step further, as he demonstrated for fascinated onlookers during Peters Township Community Day.
You’ve probably heard of “pay to play” when it comes to charging students to participate in high school sports, but it could soon be “pay to learn” in the Central Greene School District.
The old saw has it that if you give people enough rope, they’ll hang themselves.
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Those wishing to succeed in business will do so by following this advice: Find something people need, then sell it to them.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – On the heels of the NHL expanding into Las Vegas, the Toronto Maple Leafs are pinning their future on Arizona-born center Auston Matthews.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Just weeks before the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, the city’s accredited anti-doping laboratory was stopped from conducting tests.
LAS VEGAS – A new gambling platform set for approval Thursday in Nevada will further blur the lines between sports betting and fantasy sports, coming as the daily fantasy sports industry argues in the face of legal challenges across the country that its games are not gambling.
Avella holding outdoor wrestling tournament Saturday.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – LeBron James cradled the shiny gold trophy and struggled to sum up what might be his sweetest championship yet, the one he is so proudly bringing home to his native northeast Ohio just as he promised to do when he returned to the Cavaliers two summers ago.
The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired a 2016 third-round draft pick (77th overall) in a trade Saturday with the New Jersey Devils in exchange for forward Beau Bennett.
LAS VEGAS – Patrick Kane won the Hart Trophy Wednesday night, becoming the first player born and trained in the United States to be named the NHL’s most valuable player.
The Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins open the 2016-17 NHL season at home Thursday, Oct. 13, against the Washington Capitals.
Check out photos and video from Wednesday's Stanley Cup parade.
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