Robert Randolph will have four of his works included in three upcoming national publications.
Carmichaels author Billie Allen will discuss her book at Flenniken Public Library Feb. 24.
Fifty students in grades fourth through eighth competed in the West Greene School District’s spelling bee Feb. 5.
Colorful ceramic puzzle pieces that represent Autism speaks will be part of the art exhibit.
A married couple was found dead inside their Nemacolin home Thursday morning in an apparent murder-suicide.
W&J College this semester has begun offering four graduate programs in the areas of Applied Healthcare Economics, Professional Writing, Professional Accounting and Thanatology.
Narcan is now being made available to the public in our area, and Washington Drug & Alcohol Commission training includes ways to reduce the risk of overdose.
Emergency medical personnel responding to a crash in Chartiers Township came across another wreck in the township.
Should Pennsylvanians be able to vote by mail, sometimes called "no-fault absentee voting?" Legislators discussed this and other topics.
In a case that has dragged on for years, the former Cecil Township police chief may finally be headed for trial.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
English is not a static language. New words come into it every day as old words fall out of it. What we say today – and how we say it – is much different than the language spoken a century ago.
Ah, the joys of being an upper-crust defendant in our “justice” system.
Barely a week passes when this newspaper is not filled with headlines about heroin and the death grip it has on all too many lives. Just last week, we reported on a spate of nonfatal overdoses in Washington County, and more in other parts of Southwestern Pennsylvania, caused by a batch of heroin...
As you no doubt have heard by now, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio emerged bloodied and battered from the debate among Republican presidential candidates that aired on ABC-TV Saturday night. After being hammered relentlessly by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for being rigidly scripted and “a boy in...
Six individuals have been selected for induction to California University’s 21st Athletic Hall of Fame class.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – After four years of measuring every workout, every race with stopwatches, the elite runners competing Saturday in the U.S. Olympic Team Marathon Trials might find their fate determined by the thermometer.
Dilliner resident Clara Santucci will compete in the U.S. Olympic marathon trials Saturday in Los Angeles.
Hillerts get win over playoff-bound opponent; Charleroi, Waynesburg combine for 25 3-pointers.
Chris Sidick among new class of inductees for the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame's Washington-Greene chapter.
An exhausted jury delivers its verdict in the muder trial of Lillian Roupe.
The book "Washington County Murder & Mayhem" is available for sale at several local locations.
A jury of 12 men considers the fate of a woman accused of killing her husband in a trial packed with drama.
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