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The lawyers of three SCI-Greene corrections officers accused of running a “rent-a-center” at the prison argued Tuesday during a jury trial that the intent of their clients’ actions was safety, not criminality.
Craig Miller is a busy man. Last year he resigned as the Cumberland Township police chief and took on two full-time positions — one as a K-9 unit officer with the township and one as the new Carmichaels school resource officer.
A Wind Ridge man who pleaded guilty in May to theft, receiving stolen property and criminal conspiracy was sentenced Thursday to 15 months to 3 years in prison.
A West Virginia man who pleaded guilty in November to two counts of burglary and four other felonies was sentenced Friday to 3 years and 9 months to 15 years in state prison.
A Clarksville man was allegedly robbed at gunpoint early Friday morning near his home.
Belle Vernon School Board delayed approval of a preliminary budget for the 2017-18 school year.
State Sen. Camera Bartolotta, R-Carroll Township, has been appointed to serve on seven Senate committees for the 2017-18 legislative session.
Ringgold School District gives the news media a peek inside its new middle school under construction in Carroll Township.
A Donora man is charged with raping a borough woman two weeks ago.
Nearly $8,000 in money seized in drug cases has been given to the Charleroi Regional police department.
An Ohio man trying to stop southbound traffic on Route 19 (Washington Road) in Peters Township Monday morning was injured when he was struck by a vehicle.
Peters Township Council voted at Monday night’s meeting to sell the old Bower Hill School.
Washington School Board held a public meeting Monday at Washington High School to gather input from parents and residents as the district searches for a new superintendent.
A photo of Washington native and Vietnam veteran Robert A. Sikon has been located for the Wall of Faces.
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Monday morning in Peters Township, shutting down a section of Route 19.
If the state can make the case for closing two prisons, residents should be pleased.
The W.A. Young & Sons Foundry and Machine Shop in Rices Landing recently was designated as a National Historic Landmark.
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Good luck to the Steelers today.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
A list of team rankings for the area
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – The euphoria of blowing out a top-ranked team followed by a long trip west created one serious hangover for West Virginia.
Loss of Bell, typical Brady vs. Steelers added up to loss.
Brady does it again, Patriots beat Steelers in AFC Championship.
Dirty tricks? Alarm pulled at Steelers hotel.
Steelers-Patriots set to play for AFC Championship for a third time but first since 2004.
A look at the matchups between the Steelers and Patriots.
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