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Students in Waynesburg University’s Stover Center program met the federal government’s movers and shakers earlier this month
Carmichaels-Cumberland fire Chief James Higgins was presented with the Southwestern Pennsylvania Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs Association’s award for service.
State police Sgt. Steven Dowlin, commander of the barracks in Greene County, gives Trooper James Babirad an award for 10 years of exemplary service.
Rollover crash: A tractor-trailer rolled onto its side after the driver left the edge of Oak Forest Road in Center Township shortly before 6 p.m. Wednesday and the vehicle became stuck in mud. Police said the driver, whom they declined to identify, was not injured in the crash.
The Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Carmichaels Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. This will be the club’s annual Christmas party. All members are reminded to bring a covered dish to this event, as well as family...
Things have been going downhill in more ways than one on Cameron Road, but South Strabane Township will begin repairs Tuesday.
Black Friday, and all of its deals and chaos, is still a big deal in the Washington area and nationally.
The Santa Trolley is on track to makes its holiday appearance at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum today.
Students in Peters Township School District headed back to class Friday after a four-week teachers' strike, but attendance was down on the day after Thanksgiving.
Thankgiving at the City Mission was a celebration of first-time volunteers providing the holiday meal to residents despite hardships since a June fire.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump certainly knows how to keep the public’s attention. Almost every day he comes up with another plan to protect the United States from the forces of evil, thrilling his crowds of supporters and leaving the rest stunned, flummoxed and outraged.
There’s never a shortage of bad news to report, but this week’s newspapers had much good news, too.
Editorial voices from around Pennsylvania as compiled by the Associated Press:
If some tribunes of the most hypersensitive forms of political correctness had their way, Washington & Jefferson College would probably just be renamed “College.”
When John Paul Stevens retired from the U.S. Supreme Court at age 90 in 2010, he was still playing tennis, and still was a nimble, astute thinker about American jurispridence and the country’s politics. Last year, he published a book written in his retirement and, yes, is still playing...
Ken McWilliams remembers the time Barry Gashel was officiating a wrestling match between Waynesburg and West Greene more than two decades ago. It was a moment that has remained with him all these years.
Here's your weekl football podcast, packed with local high school, college, and Steelers coverage!
PARIS – Nervous fans planning to attend next year’s European soccer championship in 10 cities across France got a guarantee Sunday from the president of the organizing committee that security will come above everything.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Ronda Rousey was the UFC’s unstoppable force until Holly Holm used the former champion’s aggression against her to produce one of the sport’s biggest upsets.
The Steelers released veteran running back Isaiah Pead and signed running back Fitzgerald Toussaint off of their practice squad Friday and added him to their 53-man roster.
Steelers cornerback quietly having a solid season.
PITTSBURGH – When Russell Wilson burst onto the NFL scene in 2012, he was considered to be the next generation of NFL quarterbacks.
Pouncey out of walking boot, but no timetable on return.
Placekicker has ended the Steelers' revolving door at position.
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