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An electronic recycling collection will be held from noon to 3 p.m. today at the Greene County Fairgrounds.
The Town and Country Garden Club presented Mark and Wendy Long with the 2017 Landscape Beautification Award certificate.
Thirty Waynesburg University students, faculty and staff members are visiting three locations this week for the annual fall break service trips.
West Greene School Board has asked Greene County Court to approve the proposed sale of the former Graysville Elementary School to a local drilling and excavating company.
WVU Medicine, which operates Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, W.Va., may be expanding into Greene County. The company is considering purchasing a property adjacent to the Walmart store off Murtha Drive in Franklin Township.
Ringgold School District teachers hit the picket lines this morning, canceling classes for students.
A meter maid who requested an increase in work hours claims Monessen Mayor Lou Mavrakis wanted her to perform a sex act in exchange for his consent to alter her schedule. She has sued both the mayor and the city in federal court.
A bill to establish a registry for available psychiatric beds at area hospitals was approved by a state Senate committee.
Ringgold teachers to strike after deadlock with school district.
A last-minute negotiation session has been scheduled for Tuesday afternoon between Ringgold School District and its teachers, who notified the district last week that they plan to strike Wednesday.
A summary trial has been rescheduled for a Bentleyville man accused of having hybrid wolves at his home without first getting approval from the state.
A proposal to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution could help pave the way for state tax reform.
Numerous people recently appeared in Washington County Court on criminal charges. Among those appearing before Judge Gary Gilman were:
State police will conduct a one-day enforcement effort today in conjunction with the state Department of Transportation, school districts, student transportation agencies, and local law enforcement agencies for “Operation Safe Stop.” The goal is to raise awareness of the consequences...
Due to the inauguration ceremony for Washington & Jefferson College’s 13th president, East Wheeling Street in Washington will be closed intermittently from Lincoln Street to Wade Avenue between 1:30 and 4 p.m. Thursday. The street is expected to open to regular traffic after 4 p.m.
Who does Congress work for? Voters or the drug industry?
The fact that a visit to this area by President John F. Kennedy evokes intense nostalgia illustrates the hold Camelot continues to have on us.
The number of volunteer firefighters has declined, and there needs to be creative solutions to replenish their ranks.
For many reasons, sports are no fun anymore.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States.
TALLADEGA, Ala. – Brad Keselowski was in trouble when he arrived at Talladega Superspeedway ranked 10th in the playoff standings. He knew he’d need a big finish to keep his championship chances intact.
West Mifflin scored four touchdowns over 50-plus yards to beat host Ringgold.
O-R Sports heads to undefeated California for this week's high school football preview.
Matt Conway has 10-0 record with 4 knockouts.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano met up with California running back Jelani Stafford in this bonus video.
Steelers need more on offense than just Bell and Brown.
Steelers defense passes early season test against Chiefs.
Bryant denies national report that he resquested a trade from Steelers.
Steelers go back to old tricks, beat Kansas City.
Steelers try to get back on track vs. NFL's last unbeaten team.
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