A section of Aleppo Road north of Riggs Road in Aleppo Township will be closed to allow Rice Poseidon Midstream to install a natural gas pipeline.
A Crucible man charged with threatening to give another man AIDS is facing a new charge of aggravated assault.
For one night later this month, Waynesburg will be transformed into a town facing the apocalypse resulting from the spread of an alien chemical agent during the filming of a science fiction horror movie.
A temporary layoff was reported at CNX Coal Resources’ Enlow Fork Mine after one of the facility’s two longwall mining machines encountered inconsistent geological conditions.
A Nemacolin woman is facing multiple animal cruelty charges after her dog and at least one of nine puppies died from neglect last month.
A Roscoe man has been arrested in an indecent assault case involving a 16-year-old girl.
A Westmoreland County man was arrested Monday by state police after he allegedly tried to disarm a trooper.
A state appeals court reversed the conviction and ordered a new trial for a Monongahela man imprisoned after a kidnapping and rape conviction in 2015.
The Lock Four Volunteer Fire Co. is hosting the 2017 Washington County Firemen's Association Convention this week.
A second arrest warrant has been signed for a suspect in a Speers home invasion, assault and robbery.
A fire early Wednesday morning damaged an office in a Cecil Township auto repair shop.
A Cecil Township man was arrested Monday afternoon after he allegedly fled from a trooper who tried to stop him on Interstate 79 southbound near the Meadow Lands exit in South Strabane Township.
State Rep. John Maher is listed on a statewide docket as having waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday on a drunken driving charge in Cumberland County.
An Allegheny County man was arrested Monday night on drug charges in Canonsburg by the Washington County Drug Task Force.
The inbound Liberty Tunnel in Pittsburgh will be closed from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night through Thursday night.
The events in Charlottesville, Va., show that terrorists are more likely to be boys next door than strangers from distant lands.
Our leaders in Washington, D.C. have awoken to the catastrophic opioid crisis that has enveloped our region and nation.
Stretching from Mississippi to New York and consisting of 428 counties in 13 states, Appalachia was dubbed “a region apart” in a report prepared by the Appalachian Regional Commission a half-century ago, thanks to its high rates of unemployment, low living standards, lack of...
A youth girls softball team from Virginia, poised to play in a national-championship game over the weekend, was disqualified after a photo was posted on Snapchat showing six of its players flipping the bird at a team it defeated.
“Look, football and school don’t go together. They just don’t. Trying to do both is like trying to do two full-time jobs.”
The paths to major college football and the NFL have been cleared by a handful of linemen before him at Belle Vernon High School.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Hideki Matsuyama never looks satisfied with his shots or his score, no matter how good they look.
Brett Young will be following in the footsteps of golf’s greatest legends when he competes at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
The Division 2 team of the Chartiers-Houston Youth Football Association will play during halftime of a Steelers' preseason game.
Youngstown, Ohio, is final team to secure trip to Washington.
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August 12, 2017
It might not be as big as the Washington or Jacktown Fair but bigger is not always the best. If one is looking for a relaxed atmosphere in a country setting keep in mind the small celebration to be held Sept. 9 at Ryerson Park.
August 05, 2017
Anyone entering the grounds of the Dormont-Mt. Lebanon Sportsmen Club can’t help but notice a large walnut tree that grows near a bridge. The club grounds are home to quite a few of these friendly giants.
July 22, 2017
Jason Churney of the Eighty Four area has caught more than a few people speeding. He also has busted a few thieves and others who can’t conform to society. However, this past week he caught a real trophy.
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