A group of coal-state senators this week reintroduced the Miners Protection Act, federal legislation that would provide funding to guarantee pension and health-care benefits for retired union coal miners.
The Greene County jail is offering inmates more educational and exercise opportunities.
The Greene County's 911 phone system is being upgraded to improve information that shows dispatchers where an emergency call is coming from.
Central Greene’s school board approved a preliminary budget for the 2017-18 school year, providing the district with an option to raise taxes above the inflationary index.
A motorist traveling on I-79 suffered a broken arm Tuesday night when a large rock was thrown from an overpass near the Ruff Creek exit and it crashed through the center of his windshield.
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.
Plans for a Community College of Allegheny County training center in Donora are moving forward.
Range Resources has donated $50,000 for improvements to Mon Valley Hospital's emergency department.
North Strabane Township Municipal Authority will raise its rates.
State police have closed their investigation into a Thanksgiving Day fire at a Cross Creek County Park shelter, and a new one, also with solar energy features, is in the works.
Three men, including two from Philadelphia wanted on warrants, were placed in Washington County jail Thursday for their alleged roles in bringing large quantities of heroin to Washington County.
Washington Christian Outreach will resume its ministry Tuesday after closing for more than a month because of a sewer backup.
South Strabane Township police have filed charges of retail theft against several people, including a California man who has six cases pending against him at the offices of two district judges.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
Good luck to President Trump on the day he assumes office. If he succeeds, then so do we all.
Too many kids are going to college -- and then coming back home.
Citizens Library should be funded by local municipalities.
January has been tough on some American institutions.
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.
A balanced scoring attack and sticky defense powered the California University women’s basketball team to a 96-65 win over Slippery Rock in a PSAC West Division game Monday at the Convocation Center.
PITTSBURGH – The football player and friend in Le’Veon Bell understood why LeGarrette Blount walked off the job that cold night in Nashville more than two years ago, jogging to the locker room with the clock still running as Bell and the rest of the Pittsburgh Steelers reveled in a...
Roethlisberger, Pouncey among Steelers vets helping guide young players through playoff experience.
Steelers want to attack the Patriots' quarterback from the middle of the defense.
Steelers head coach says wide receiver will be disciplined for locker room video.
Crowd noise? No worries. Lack of scoring in the red zone? That's a different matter for Steelers.
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