A little more than a year after it opened, changes for the Bird Sisters Oxford House appear to be on the horizon.
The following deeds were recorded in December in the office of Greene County Register and Recorder Donna Tharp.
The Greene County Sheriff’s Office will continue to hold evening hours one day a month to allow people who can’t come to the courthouse during normal business hours to come in to apply for concealed weapons permits.
A West Virginia woman was arrested by state police Thursday night and charged with having a sexual relationship with an 11-year-old Greene County boy last year.
A Nemacolin man who attempted to punch a tenant he wanted to evict from his home and then kicked the tenant’s dog across the room pleaded guilty Wednesday before Greene County Judge Lou Dayich and was sentenced to time served.
Squatters trying to keep warm tried to make a fire in a fireplace with a closed-off chimney and filled a house with smoke Thursday.
A 6-year-old parking garage will remain closed at Cal U. during the spring semester after a large section of concrete fell onto the first floor.
Monongahela Council plans to sell the former armory, with the stipulation it be used as a youth center.
Rostraver Township has given its approval to a Bethel Park woman's plan to open a medical marijuana growing and processing plant in the municipality.
Monessen School Board approved a preliminary budget that includes a tax increase.
On what would have been his 88th birthday, Martin Luther King Jr. was remembered and celebrated at John Wesley United Methodist Church in Washington Sunday with song and reflections on his towering achievements.
Ten buses will travel from Southwestern Pennsylvania to Washington, D.C., for the Women's March on Washington Jan. 21.
With the potential sale of Washington County Health Center looming, what will become of the small cemetery on the property?
One (or two) photos are still needed of Vietnam veterans from Washington County who died in service.
If just one life was saved by the Bird Sisters House in Waynesburg, then it's been well worth the effort.
After an eventful presidency, Barack Obama will be missed.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
Eliminating property taxes in Pennsylvania would be a windfall for some and a burden for others.
There’s been this quaint notion for many years – largely debunked but still held by some – that there is such a thing as the “Steelers’ Way.” It’s the idea that the Steelers have the highest expectations that those wearing the black and gold will be...
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.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Steelers had no issues scoring touchdowns in their previous meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this season, getting into the end zone six times in a 43-14 rout.
Memories of Divisional Round loss in Denver drive Steelers into playoff game at Kansas City.
Freezing rain causes NFL to shift start time for Steelers vs. Chiefs playoff game.
PITTSBURGH – Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter was back at work with the team on Friday and will travel to Sunday’s playoff game in Kansas City after prosecutors dropped all but two minor charges stemming from an altercation outside a Pittsburgh bar last weekend.
A look at how the Steelers and Chiefs match up heading into Sunday's game.
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