Central Greene School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to hire Helen McCracken of Waynesburg as the district’s interim superintendent.
A section of Jollytown Road in Gilmore Township closed Monday to allow construction crews to rebuild a bridge between Toms Run and Pine Bank roads.
An expansion project is underway at the Eva K. Bowlby Library in Waynesburg.
Consol Energy will resume mining in a longwall panel at Bailey Mine while awaiting a permit for a different section.
Charges were filed last week against a Morgantown, W.Va., man who allegedly raped a woman at gunpoint Sept . 5 at a house in Waynesburg
Arson is suspected in a Tuesday night residential fire in Monessen that injured three firefighters.
Enrollment at California University of Pennsylvania rose for the 2017-18 academic year, reversing a five-year trend.
State Rep. Bud Cook, R-West Pike Run, will host a concealed carry-hunting safety seminar at 6 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Monongahela Volunteer Fire Department, 451 W. Main St.
Court records reveal the alleged nature of assaults on a Ringgold High School football player.
Two Mon Valley men charged in an armed home invasion last week are facing new charges in a similar robbery in Monongahela.
The two Washington residents charged in connection with a lengthy chase on highways and local roads earlier this month waived their cases to court.
A section of North Main Street in Washington that has been closed since July opened to traffic Tuesday.
Hanover Township police filed charges against several people in connection with incidents Saturday in the parking lot of KeyBank Pavilion during the Farm Aid concert.
The Cecil Township Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. today in the meeting room of the municipal building.
Smith Township supervisors on Monday gave MarkWest permission to build a new natural gas processing plant off Point Pleasant Road.
Pittsburgh has a lot to offer, and it could end up becoming the home to Amazon's second headquarters.
The opioid crisis is taking lives and hurting our economy.
It's a victory for transparency that the identities of panelists who chose medical marijuana growers in the commonwealth must be identified. More work, however, must be done.
Pittsburgh International Airport has been floundering for more than a decade. It’s time modernize and right-size the airport.
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Our Week 3 game of the week recap is Trinity vs. Laurel Highlands.
Penny Chenery, who bred and raced 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat as well as realizing her ailing father’s dream to win the Kentucky Derby in 1972 with Riva Ridge, has died. She was 95.
JOLIET, Ill. – Dale Earnhardt Jr. is playing out the string in his final NASCAR season, leaving a mammoth opening for some driver to capture the sport’s attention and become its next most popular star.
PITTSBURGH – Oklahoma State’s offensive playbook can get complex. It just didn’t look that way last year when the Cowboys faced Pitt.
Crucial matchups headline Week 3 of the high school football season as teams look to begin an early push to conference supremacy.
Steelers head coach says team just missing big plays in ground attack.
No matter the opponent, Steelers happy with defensive results.
Roethlisberger throws 2 TD passes as Steelers beat punchless Vikings.
Steelers know they'll have to be better than last week to beat Vikings.
After great debut, expectations raised for Watt.
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