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Former Pittsburgh Steeler linebacker Jack Ham will serve as a spokesman and consultant for AGRiMED Industries LLC, a company hoping to obtain a license to grow medical marijuana near Nemacolin.
RICES LANDING – U-Haul Co. of Pennsylvania said Monday Dry Tavern Hardware has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Rices Landing community.
Central Greene School District has declined to provide the Observer-Reporter with details of the federal lawsuit settlement it reached with a special education teacher who claimed she was coerced into a sexual relationship with the former high school principal.
A Crucible man was jailed on drug charges after Cumberland Township police said they watched him pick up a package containing synthetic bath salts from Carmichaels Post Office Friday morning.
A 26-year-old Carmichaels woman is facing aggravated assault by vehicle charges for an October crash that sent her and two teenagers to the hospital with serious injuries.
Belle Vernon School Board remains divided over its proposed budget, which includes a tax increase.
A worker was killed Monday in a trench collapse in Rostraver Township.
A fire damages a house in California Borough.
Mon Valley Alliance CEO Chris Whitlatch says the Valley has a strong workforce, but needs training for jobs that are coming to area.
Dozens of dogs turned out to the DockDogs competition in Monongahela Saturday.
Two children were flown from the scene of a single-vehicle accident in Speers after a stalled vehicle swerved off the road after it stalled.
A fire Saturday night at an Amwell Township home that killed the 59-year-old resident has been determined to be a suicide, state police said. John Allen Stopka was found inside the home at 485 Ten Mile Road. Seven fire companies were called to fight the blaze that broke out about 9 p.m. State...
A court date has been set for Brandon Wolowski for an alleged assault that occurred inside the Washington County jail. Wolowski is also facing a homicide charge.
The Washington County sheriff’s office, assisted by several agencies, conducted a warrant sweep Friday in the eastern part of Washington County, northwest Fayette County and western Westmoreland County. Forty people were arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court,...
A Mt. Lebanon couple was arraigned Friday on theft charges filed by Peters Township police after they allegedly stole more than $40,000 from the woman's former employer.
For the first time, the leader of Waynesburg University's board of trustees is a woman and an African-American - - something the university should be proud of.
Penn State University is publishing a "report card" on fraternities and sororities, something that is overdue.
Even though it has a Google corporate campus, top-drawer medical centers, and well-regarded institutions of higher learning like the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, it’s widely held that Southwestern Pennsylvania is parochial and stubbornly resistant to change.
The municipal primary election came and went last Tuesday so quickly that if you blinked through the campaign, you probably missed it. And judging from the low voter turnout, most people did.
Editorial voices from around the United States:
Marty Schottenheimer is one of the most renowned athletes in Washington County history.
Presidents use hitting win regional opener.
UPPER ST. CLAIR – Hunter Robinson took a no-hitter into the fifth inning for the No. 5-seeded Waynesburg Raiders against the No. 12-seed South Side Beaver Rams. He allowed only two hits over six innings: a seeing-eye groundball single in the fifth and an infield hit in the sixth.
Washington-Greene chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame to induct 13 individuals, one team at its June banquet.
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins looked like they needed a day off. Maybe more than one.
OTTAWA, Ontario – Guy Boucher has typically kept his team off the ice on off-days during the postseason. Not Monday.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan calls it “getting to our game.”
PITTSBURGH – The situation looked dire.
OTTAWA, Ontario – Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist and the resurgent Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 Friday night to even the Eastern Conference finals at 2-2.
OTTAWA, Ontario – Marc Methot, Derick Brassard and Zack Smith scored in a 2:18 span midway through the first period to chase goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and the Ottawa Senators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 on Wednesday night to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference finals.
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