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The state Environmental Hearing Board issued a mixed ruling Tuesday regarding the undermining of streams near Ryerson Station State Park in Greene County as it addressed the extent of damage that may be allowed to a stream without causing a determination the stream may be impaired.
A section of Aleppo Road north of Riggs Road in Aleppo Township will be closed to allow Rice Poseidon Midstream to install a natural gas pipeline.
For one night later this month, Waynesburg will be transformed into a town facing the apocalypse resulting from the spread of an alien chemical agent during the filming of a science fiction horror movie.
A Crucible man charged with threatening to give another man AIDS is facing a new charge of aggravated assault.
A temporary layoff was reported at CNX Coal Resources’ Enlow Fork Mine after one of the facility’s two longwall mining machines encountered inconsistent geological conditions.
Charleroi attorney Keith A. Bassi as been placed on temporary suspension from practicing law.
A Roscoe man has been arrested in an indecent assault case involving a 16-year-old girl.
A Westmoreland County man was arrested Monday by state police after he allegedly tried to disarm a trooper.
A state appeals court reversed the conviction and ordered a new trial for a Monongahela man imprisoned after a kidnapping and rape conviction in 2015.
The Lock Four Volunteer Fire Co. is hosting the 2017 Washington County Firemen's Association Convention this week.
The former deputy administrator of the Children and Youth Services agency, who resigned after a scandal surfaced at a similar agency she headed in Greene County, will again be performing fiscal duties for Washington County.
A Washington man was ordered to stand trial Wednesday on charges including attempted homicide and aggravated assault in a July 20 shooting near the intersection of Caldwell and Ellis avenues in Canton Township.
Washington County Council on Economic Development announces a sales agreement for 31 acres of land at Starpointe, Hanover Township, for a distribution and trucking dispatch operation.
A fire early Wednesday morning damaged an office in a Cecil Township auto repair shop.
The process of receiving input toward the design of a new Peters Township High School at the site of the former Rolling Hills Country Club continues.
An attendee at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., is upset that a photo of him there has gone viral. He deserves no sympathy.
The events in Charlottesville, Va., show that terrorists are more likely to be boys next door than strangers from distant lands.
Our leaders in Washington, D.C. have awoken to the catastrophic opioid crisis that has enveloped our region and nation.
Stretching from Mississippi to New York and consisting of 428 counties in 13 states, Appalachia was dubbed “a region apart” in a report prepared by the Appalachian Regional Commission a half-century ago, thanks to its high rates of unemployment, low living standards, lack of...
A youth girls softball team from Virginia, poised to play in a national-championship game over the weekend, was disqualified after a photo was posted on Snapchat showing six of its players flipping the bird at a team it defeated.
The Minnesota Wild and center Matt Cullen have agreed to a one-year, $1 million contract, bringing him back to his home state for a 21st season in the NHL.
The paths to major college football and the NFL have been cleared by a handful of linemen before him at Belle Vernon High School.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Hideki Matsuyama never looks satisfied with his shots or his score, no matter how good they look.
Brett Young will be following in the footsteps of golf’s greatest legends when he competes at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
The Division 2 team of the Chartiers-Houston Youth Football Association will play during halftime of a Steelers' preseason game.
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