Some Bailey Mine employees are back to work after Consol Energy temporarily laid off 200 employees earlier this month.
The closing of Westmoreland County Community College’s Greene County Education Center has left some students in the lurch, but Greene County commissioners are seeking other local education options for students.
A Waynesburg woman is facing 42 drug charges after Greene County sheriff’s deputies arrested her Tuesday, alleging she was in possession of 45 stamp bags of heroin.
The county will spend $36,370 to upgrade the recycling drop-off center at Greene Arc near Ruff Creek.
Greene County jail warden John Kingston wants to put a produce garden in at the jail for the inmates to service and use for their daily meals.
Donora's black history is traced in a program at Mon Valley YMCA.
Rostraver Township police are looking for a woman who robbed a customer at a Rite Aid store Sunday morning.
Officials lifted a boil water advisory for part of Rostraver Township Sunday morning.
Players and parents spoke at Ringgold School Board's meeting in support of renewing the contract of boys soccer coach Steven Persaud.
A project to upgrade the intersection of Routes 88 and 837 in Carroll Township will begin soon, the state Department of Transportation announced. The project includes the installation of left turn lanes, a new traffic signal, a cul-de-sac at Watson Drive and other miscellaneous road work. As the...
Complaints about uninvited guests have prompted changes with regard to peddlers, canvassers and transient merchants.
Independence Township supervisors awarded a $6,789 contract to Alex Parris Contracting on Monday, giving long-term plans for a 39-acre park in the township a boost.
Washington police are looking for a man who robbed a pizza shop late Friday, making off with an undetermined amount of cash.
Two women were arrested Friday by members of the Washington County District Attorney's Drug Task Force after police say they were found with more than 30 grams of suspected crack at a Washington home.
Numerous people recently appeared in Washington County Court on criminal charges. Among those appearing before Judge Gary Gilman were:
Countywide school districts should be considered in Washington and Greene counties.
Why has Pennsylvania only produced one president - and that president being the hapless James Buchanan?
Not everyone can afford a four-year degree or has the time to attend classes full-time, which makes community colleges such as the Greene County Education Center near Waynesburg so important to area residents.
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Mark Melancon sprints to the mound and his heart starts racing – at precisely 183 beats per minute.
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Schottenheimer headlines local hall of fame inductees.
Steelers GM says team working on long-term deal with Brown, Bell up next.
Blount among six added to team's offseason roster.
YORK – A former Pittsburgh Steelers fullback pleaded guilty to charges stemming from his second crash while driving under the influence of prescription drugs last year.
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