Greene County President Judge Farley Toothman decided Friday to keep the magisterial district maps as they are drawn.
Pennsylvania DCED secretary Dennis Davis visited Waynesburg to discuss the economic benefit of the proposed Shell cracker plant in Beaver County.
A Greene County Court jury returned a split verdict Friday against a Waynesburg woman accused of selling Subutex early last year to a confidential informant working with the Greene County Drug Task Force.
Eric Selva a teacher at Intermediate Unit 1 Educational Campus at East Franklin, received a $500 stipend Tuesday to help with his classroom through a grant from Chevron and the Pittsburgh Steelers with the “Leaders in the Classroom” program.
The Salvation Army of Greene County will hold a flea market this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the center located at 131 W. First St. in Waynesburg. The flea market will run each day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds from this flea market will help fund Project...
A staff member from the office of state Rep. Pete Daley, D-California, will offer free help with any state program during outreach visits in Charleroi and Monongahela in October:
A paramedic found a newborn in a trash can while treating a woman who claimed to have suffered a miscarriage at a store in North Belle Vernon.
Charleroi Area School Board approved an updated no-hazing policy Tuesday, and gave its superintendent a raise.
Four marijuana plants in a box were found at an Interstate 70 construction site in Fallowfield Township, leading to charges against a Fayette County man.
A victim in a shooting Sunday night in Charleroi was expected to undergo surgery Tuesday to remove a bullet from his head.
A Canonsburg woman who worked with hundreds of bands over the past 30 years is auctioning off collected memorabilia.
A Washington man was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital Friday after he was ejected from his scooter when it collided with a SUV at West Chestnut and North Franklin streets.
Work on the bridge on Route 136 between Route 519 and Eighty Four Drive has been completed. The bridge is now open to traffic ahead of schedule.
The security staff at Washington Hospital are receiving training that will make them certified as police officers in Pennsylvania.
The Observer-Reporter and Washington & Jefferson College launched a partnership to put a small-business incubator in downtown Washington.
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This autumn has a different feel to it.
One can only guess at the number of lives saved since first responders regularly began carrying naloxone, the drug that reverses the effects of opioid overdoses. Suffice it to say it is in the thousands.
The conventional wisdom over the last month or so, as Hillary Clinton lost ground in polls, is that Donald Trump had at last found discipline.
In 1915, “The Birth of a Nation” arrived in theaters, revolutionized the way movies tell stories and generated a whirlwind of controversy – even in an era we look back on as less enlightened – for its portrayal of African-Americans as being childlike and shiftless at...
CHASKA, Minn. – The American Ryder Cup team could use what might be Dustin Johnson’s greatest asset in golf.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Wash High for our Week 5 High School Football Round Up video– plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Wash High head coach Mike Bosnic.
TORONTO – Sidney Crosby has been surrounded by the best hockey players on the planet at the World Cup of Hockey, and still seems as if he is in a class by himself.
The third and final golf event of the season for Washington County Special Olympics is success at Lone Pine Country Club.
MIAMI – Jose Fernandez escaped from Cuba by boat on his fourth try as a teenager, and when his mother fell into the Yucatan Channel during the journey, he jumped in and pulled her out.
Steelers won't shy away from Kansas City's top corner despite 13 interceptions in 21 games.
Roethlisberger: Steelers have plan to use both Bell, Williams.
Steelers not getting to the quarterback or tackling well in space and it's adding up to plenty of yards.
Steelers drubbed in Philadelphia by Eagles again.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles have had three different stadiums and 14 different coaches since they last lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers at home in a regular-season game.
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