A Crucible man is accused of raping two girls over several years.
A Carmichaels man who pleaded guilty to selling heroin to a confidential informant in Cumberland Township two years ago was sentenced Wednesday to two years in the state intermediate punishment program.
Court officials might review staffing levels for the Greene County's three magisterial offices rather than redrawing the district maps.
The Greene County commissioners, meeting as the county assessment board, approved a motion Wednesday to amend the program that provides property tax exemptions to veterans who have full, service-related disabilities
Local police officers from Washington and Greene counties worked together Wednesday to help train a Cumberland Township police officer on how to conduct truck inspections.
Monongahela council awarded $4,000 grant on Aug. 10 to restore the outside of Tom Ruschak's 424 W. Main Street building, the first to be involved in the facade improvement program.
Gov. Wolf names Monessen health agency a "Center of Excellence" for treatment of opioid addiction.
Allegheny County Public Works Department announces the start of post-Labor Day projejct.
An international plastics packaging manufacturer will locate a manufacturing plant in Donora, creating 88 jobs.
Hot temps call for cooling action, so district officials in Belle Vernon are paying $8,500 a month through Oct. for air conditioning.
There are so many questions about the many factors that contributed to Tierne Ewing's death.
Washington & Jefferson College welcome 189 students Wednesday for freshman orentation. A processional march of W&J College faculty for Matriculation was held. During the ceremony, incoming freshman sign the college's mission statement and receive a college seal pin.Classes begin on Monday
Lori, an abuse survivor who moved out of Washington to esape her ex-husband, returned recently to talk about the realities of domestic violence.
A West Finley Township man remains in a Pittsburgh hospital Wednesday hours after he allegedly shot and killed his wife after kidnapping her from his mother's home.
Penn Commercial debuted its Toni&Guy Academy in its Oak Spring Plaza headquarters.
It was the “sit” heard round the world.
For decades, the sight of Rolling Hills Country Club’s manicured lawns greeted East McMurray Road motorists, but that time has passed.
Editorial voices from newspapers around Pennsylvania:
Over the past two decades, the internet has gone from a luxury item for those who enjoyed surfing the World Wide Web to a modern-day necessity that regularly impacts our daily lives.
The biblical warning about sparing the rod and spoiling the child was once rigorously heeded in public schools across the country, as paddles were unsheathed for offenses as petty as chewing gum or forgetting your mailing address when called upon in class.
NEW YORK – A few years into Roger Goodell’s tenure as NFL commissioner, a grad school professor polled students on who was the most effective leader in the major sports. Goodell romped.
NEW YORK – Milos Raonic’s face was red, his body was the very picture of weariness. His left wrist was bothering him. So was his left thigh.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Colin Kaepernick will get one more chance to impress coach Chip Kelly before the San Francisco 49ers announce their starting quarterback even as the debate surrounding Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem remains heated.
DENVER – Weighing just 153 pounds, former Air Force option quarterback Dee Dowis wasn’t the most intimidating presence. That is, until he got the ball in his hands.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT –As Ryan Harlost stepped to the mound Sunday, he took it all in.
Steelers re-work Brown's deal to pay him $10.25 million in 2016, claim quarterback Zach Mettenberger off waivers.
Game at Carolina marks the end of the preseason for Steelers.
Former Tennessee starter was released by San Diego.
PITTSBURGH – The Steelers’ big offseason signing is looking more like a big mistake – at least for now.
Steelers star receiver feels team will take care of him with contract.
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