The United Mine Workers are vowing to fight for a long-term solution for the union’s ailing health care and pension funds.
Waynesburg University collected more than 1,300 toys for local children Thursday during the annual, competitive Toys for Tots drive.
A Waynesburg man was charged with robbery after he allegedly punched two women and a 2-year-old and stole a car belonging to one of the women early Thursday morning.
A Franklin Township man who was convicted during a non-jury trial in September of crashing his truck while under the influence of alcohol nearly two years ago was sentenced Monday to three days hours.
A state prison food services worker allegedly involved romantically with an SCI-Greene inmate serving a life sentence was held for court on charges she smuggled cell phones and drugs into the jail for him to use and sell.
An investigation is underway at Charleroi Middle School after a hit list was found Thursday.
For the first time since 2008, Rostraver Township police have a K-9 officer.
Monessen School Board has selected Donna Fantauzzi as board president.
Charleroi Area School Board's leadership will remain the same in the coming year.
Charges against a West Brownsville man accused of beating a 2-year-old boy were held for court Monday.
As 2016 winds down, with its holiday production of “A Christmas Carol” due to wrap up in a week, the troubled waters at Little Lake Theatre appear to have calmed.
A Mt. Pleasant Township woman was arrested Friday night by North Franklin Township polce after she was found with an unloaded gun outside the fire department on Sylvan Drive during the weekly bingo.
Ninety-six children will receive gifts this holiday thanks to the Hiller Holiday Helpers.
Project Refuge is an interdenominational initiative that strives to identify individuals in active addiction and connect them through religious leaders with treatment services. It is sponsored by the Washington County Drug and Alcohol Commission.
A Washington County jury awards $1 million to a couple in a dispute with Consol Energy, finding the mining company breached a settlement agreement it had entered with them in an previous lawsuit.
When he becomes president, Donald Trump should vigorously denounce hate crimes.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States.
An editorial opinion from pennlive.com:
There needs to be greater oversight on how impact fee money is spent.
We need more female superitendents in our school districts.
Louisville’s Lamar Jackson added another trophy to his stellar season, claiming the Maxwell Award as the top player in college football.
OXON HILL, Md. – Andrew McCutchen, Chris Sale, Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander could be available for the right price.
LAS VEGAS – The longer Dale Earnhardt Jr. couldn’t drive because of the debilitating effects of a concussion, the more uptight he became.
CINCINNATI – Andy Dalton’s most important passes didn’t even make it past the line of scrimmage. Mike Nugent missed another extra point.
Steelers, Bills go into Sunday's game in playoff hunt.
Veteran linebacker one of the keys to Steelers' surging defense.
Cockrell's journey to Pittsburgh included his release by the Bills. Buffalo head coach Rex Ryan explains the decision.
Steelers finally getting offensive pieces on the field for stretch run.
Pittsburgh's improved defense set to face a whole new test against Buffalo.
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