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– Alpha Natural Resources’ plan to build a new coal mine in Holbrook was the subject of a public hearing Wednesday, though sale of the proposed mine’s coal reserves could be approved today by the judge presiding over Alpha’s bankruptcy.
Carmichaels Area High School will graduate 86 seniors during commencement ceremonies Friday, June 3 in the high school gymnasium.
The West Greene varsity softball team was sent off Wednesday afternoon for their WPIAL semifinals playoff game against Monessen with all of the district’s students and staff cheering outside the high school.
Central Greene School District will hold fall sports physicals in the high school gym June 11. Those needing a physical should call the athletic office 724-852-1050 ext. 3226 for an appointment. The physicals are free.
Reconstruction of Greene County Bridge No. 36 on Forney Hollow Road in Wayne Township is set to begin June 6.
An 84-year-old Rostraver Township woman has died following an apparent suicide pact she had with her husband Sunday.
The Charleroi Area School Board is proposing a 7 mil real estate tax increase to meeting increased costs in the next term.
Charleroi Area School Board has sold the old high school football stadium to an economic development group with plans to use it to connect the borough to the Monongahela River.
Belle Vernon School Board reconsidered taking action to open the softball coach's position after the team had to forfeit games that kept it from the playoffs. Action on the preliminary budget was also delayed.
Monongahela Planning Commission hears testimony on allowing chickens as pets in residiential areas.
Developers are working to revitalize the Washington Trust Building. One-story apartments and commercial offices will occupy the historic space.
Justina Sechrist, 24, of Carlisle, died May 19, a day after she was injured in a single-vehicle accident on state Route 844 near Breezy Heights Tavern near Avella.
A proposal to expand the use of ignition interlock systems by those convicted of drunken driving is getting mixed reviews.
A public hearing held by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Thursday regarding a rate increase request from Columbia Gas ended without testimony.
A Canonsburg gas station is among the list of nine service stations to receive a license from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to sell beer.
The head of the state’s Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Gary Tennis, was in Washington Tuesday to meet with police, social workers, elected officials and others involved in the battle against drug addiction.
Cars and trucks tend to speed along Lone Pine Road in Amwell Township. The berms are narrow and it’s not safe for anyone to stroll along, let alone a 6-year-old gone A.W.O.L. from kindergarten.
It seems as quaint as a covered wagon now, but there once was a time when you could walk up to the gate at an airport in the United States and buy a ticket for a flight just before takeoff after having gone through no security and having no questions asked.
According to several reports, John Quigley combined a passion for environmental issues with a matching level of prickliness that alienated many of those who could have helped advance the causes that he cared about.
The 1986 Democratic primary contest in Georgia’s 5th congressional district, which encompasses much of Atlanta and its immediate suburbs, was one for the ages.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Steve Kerr gave his Golden State players a much-needed mental day off with time to rest their weary bodies, and he got back to work trying to figure out how to save the season against a powerful Thunder team that shows no signs of slowing down.
BEIJING – A proposal to let professional fighters compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics is “ridiculous” and “foolish,” former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson said Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS – The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 is the hottest ticket in town, now that race organizers have announced all seats, suites and the infield have been sold out for Sunday’s race.
PARIS – As if ordering room service, Andy Murray’s latest unheralded French Open tormenter requested that a can of Coke and a Mars bar be brought to him right there on Court Philippe Chatrier for sustenance during their five-setter.
I am responding to George Block’s article in Sunday’s newspaper about women being the reason for a lack of ammunition. So I guess there shouldn’t be any women in the outdoors or women shooting events or any young girls using ammo to advance their desire to become more involved...
PITTSBURGH – Sidney Crosby is in no mood to get caught up in his own personal narrative, the one eager to attach whatever happens to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals tonight against Tampa Bay to the superstar’s legacy.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Pittsburgh Penguins are headed home for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final.
TAMPA, Fla. – The bigger the playoff moment, the more Nikita Kucherov shines.
PITTSBURGH — The Tampa Bay Lightning are one win away from a return trip to the Stanley Cup Final.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan has been stressing for weeks his team has multiple goaltenders capable of taking the franchise to the Stanley Cup.
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