Waynesburg University recently amped up its information technology department by installing a new data center as part of the school’s $23 million renovation of the Paul R. Stewart Science Hall.
State corrections officers are hoping that new legislation that will arm them with pepper spray will keep them and inmates safe while working in prisons.
Jacktown Fall Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Jacktown Fairgrounds in Wind Ridge.
The first interaction a child with autism has with a police officer can impact their lives forever. Damon Casseday of Bobtown wants to make sure those encounters go as smoothly as possible.
A Carmichaels man is in jail on $100,000 bond for allegedly holding a gun to his estranged wife’s head outside her workplace in Dry Tavern.
Mon Valley Initiative is offering financial incentives for anyone interested in purchasing a house in Charleroi.
The proposed sale of the Rostraver Township Sewage Authority drew a large crowd to an informational meeting.
A winter coat drive is underway for Brownsville Area School District students by the partner parishes of St. Cecilia and Historic Church of St. Peter.
“Inquire Within,” a partnership between Brownsville Free and Uniontown public libraries, will feature a special showing of “The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Halloween” from 5 to 6 p.m. Monday at Brownsville Free Public Library, 100 Seneca St.
Donora Public Library is planning to construct an addition to house the Smog Museum.
The ramp closure on Interstate 70 east leading to Interstate 79 south will now be closed Saturday for a few hours so that high-friction surfacing can be placed. Due to the surface not being able to be placed until the temperature is above 55 degrees, a specific time frame of the closure cannot be...
A college-prep program used by Western Pennsylvania schools announced a major expansion Thursday thanks to a $26 million investment.
The South Franklin Township fire chief said that a fire that heavily damaged a home Wednesday night was determined to be electrical in origin.
The state House of Representatives has amended a Senate bill that would continue permanent funding for Local Share Account contributions from the state's casinos, but the Senate is out of session.
North Strabane Township police have charged two men accused of getting into vehicles parked in a garage at The Meadows Casino earlier this month and stealing items.
An editorial from the Wilkes-Barre Citizens’ Voice:
An editorial from the Republican & Herald newspaper in Pottsville:
The numbers are mind-boggling.
An editorial voice from the Butler Eagle:
Ignoring problems faced by the rest of the world can exacerbate the situation here.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Ringgold for the Week 9 High School Football Round Up video. Get a recap of Week 8 games, as well as previews of this week's games-- plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Ringgold head coach Nick Milchovich.
TORONTO – By winning the AL Championship Series in five games, the Cleveland Indians not only captured a spot in the World Series, they also earned a break this team could sorely use.
CLEVELAND – The grueling four-month championship drought could soon be over.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Carmichaels for our Week 8 High School Football Round Up video for recaps and previews of this week's games. Plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Carmichaels head coach Ryan Krull.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Fred Slaughter, who helped UCLA win its first NCAA basketball championship as a senior under coach John Wooden in 1964, has died. He was 74.
Porter: Jarvis Jones playing well, despite lack of sacks.
Quarterback, tight end surprise participants at practice on Tuesday.
Steelers could get Roethlisberger, Heyward, Gilbert back after week off.
PITTSBURGH – Sunday’s game between the Steelers and New England Patriots at Heinz Field was billed until last week as a possible showdown between two of the AFC’s best teams, a potential conference championship preview.
In Landry they trust? Steelers have no choice against Patriots.
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