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The new four-lane bridge carrying Route 21 over the Monongahela River near Masontown, connecting Greene and Fayette counties, is now competed.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) along with the Re-Vision Ryerson Station State Park Task Force, have been working to determine what features are possible at the park to restore opportunities for local residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors.
One of thelarge beams for the new train trestle over Route 19/21 in Morrisville was delivered Monday.
State police conducted a “move over initiative” Sunday on Interstate 79 in Greene County to enforce the state’s Steer Clear Law.
The Purple Heart Chapter 34 of Greene County will meet at Carmichaels VFW at 7 p.m. Thursday.
A sheriff's deputy suffered a swollen lip after a confrontation with a juvenile late Monday afternoon in the Washington County Courthouse.
The state Supreme Court has declined to hear a case of alleged slander involving Washington Mayor Brenda Davis and a local towing company.
A pedestrian taken to hospital after being struck by car.
The annual Soup and Stroll at the Wright House in Venetia will be held Sunday.
A Fallowfield Township man has died from injuries he suffered when he was struck by a car last week while crosing a street in Charleroi.
We have occasionally railed on this page about politically correct language that substitutes simplicity and clarity for touchy-feely circumlocutions. We’re thinking about those folks who would set aside “handicapped” and “disabled” for “person who is...
Though few people realized it at the time, America was changed irrevocably Dec. 1, 1955, by a disorderly conduct arrest during rush hour in Montgomery, Ala.
After years of Christmas sales creeping into November, then inexplicably overtaking Thanksgiving Day, it seems as though the luster is fading on Black Friday shopping.
To borrow a line from the Bob Dylan song “Desolation Row,” we’re no longer selling postcards from the hanging.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia’s defense is reaching its peak late in the season.
Ken McWilliams remembers the time Barry Gashel was officiating a wrestling match between Waynesburg and West Greene more than two decades ago. It was a moment that has remained with him all these years.
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Tomlin ready to shake things up in Steelers' secondary.
Steelers quarterback has concussion, will remain in protocol.
NFL rules specific about what players can do after suffering a concussion.
SEATTLE – The Steelers came to Seattle Sunday for a litmus test.
Steelers set for rare appearance in Seattle.
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