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Jefferson-Morgan’s school board is the only one in Greene County, so far, to approve a tax increase for the 2017-18 school year.
Carmichaels will celebrate its 250th birthday with a four-day celebration beginning Thursday.
Construction on a bridge along Mapletown Road spanning Whiteley Creek in Monongahela Township is expected to begin July 10.
Musician Luke Schroyer will perform with singer Emily Mathason as Land Lines during the Sounds of Summer free concert series.
A Wayne Township firefighter suffered a minor injury while battling a house fire near Spraggs Monday afternoon.
Legislation sponsored by state Rep. Rick Saccone, R-Elizabeth, that will prohibit anyone to economically benefit from lying about military service or receiving decorations without merit was signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Tom Wolf.
Belle Vernon School Board approved a budget that cuts several positions, drawing concerns at Monday's meeting.
California police filed charges against four people on Monday in connection with a crash earlier this month in Long Branch.
Charleroi Area School Board approved a 2017-18 budget with a tax increase, but no cuts to programs.
Monessen School Board furloughs six schoolteachers and demotes three others to address an enrollment decline.
The Freedom Transit office will be closed Tuesday in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Shared ride transportation will operate normally on Tuesday. Fixed route bus service will not operate. Passengers needing to schedule trips for Tuesday and July 5 must call before noon Monday.
The state Department of Transportation engineer said the reconstruction of the stretch of Interstate 70 between the Beau Street and Eighty Four exits in South Strabane Township has been dubbed the "mega job."
North Strabane Township supervisors rejected a development agreement with the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh.
State Rep. Jason Ortitay, R-South Fayette, on Wednesday introduced legislation that would create a patient-centered approach to Medicaid in an effort to control costs and improve health care delivery.
The American Petroleum Institute said Tuesday that America's abundant output of natural gas is creating benefits for all states, regardless of whether they are involved in its production.
What a difference leadership makes in two Washington County communities.
Dennis Davin, secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development, fears that fundng for economic development will be slashed in Pennsylvania's next budget.
Doing away with gerrymandering would benefit both political parties and all citizens.
More must be done to assure that our voting systems are secure.
The new medical marijuana growing facility in Greene County is a win for the local economy, but more importantly, it’s a victory for people who desperately need marijuana for legitimate medical reasons.
Monessen graduate Charel Allen is turning to coaching after long, distinguished playing career.
Local coaching legends Bartolomucci, Salvino among 2017 class.
Blake Baggett races to another victory at High Point.
ERIN, Wis. – The biggest surprise at this U.S. Open was not who was leading, but who was leaving.
George McPhee can’t wait to fill the white board, the one in the Vegas Golden Knights’ expansion draft room. On Wednesday night, the staff will start adding the names of players who will become part of the expansion team for its first NHL season.
PITTSBURGH – Marc-Andre Fleury knew this day was coming, though the winningest goaltender in Pittsburgh Penguins history did his best to push the idea of his inevitable departure to the back of his mind. No need to become a distraction with a shot at history on the line.
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