The century-old J.H. Ganiear Building on High Street in downtown Waynesburg is just a shell of its former self.
The 16th annual meeting for District X of the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania was held recently at the South Hills Country Club.
No injuries were reported after a pickup truck struck a school bus Tuesday morning on Route 21 in Franklin Township, state police said.
Pirates, monsters and ghosts will invade Ten Mile Creek next weekend during a Halloween-themed boat race near Clarksville.
Two people suffered minor injuries Friday in a single-vehicle crash on Route 18 in Morris Township.
Charleroi Area School Board approved an updated no-hazing policy Tuesday, and gave its superintendent a raise.
Four marijuana plants in a box were found at an Interstate 70 construction site in Fallowfield Township, leading to charges against a Fayette County man.
A victim in a shooting Sunday night in Charleroi was expected to undergo surgery Tuesday to remove a bullet from his head.
Belle Vernon School Board voted 7-2 on Monday to extend the contract of the district superintendent for another five years.
Rostraver Township has agreed to pay $200,000 to settle claims by a former finance director that the township violated state and federal laws barring employers from discriminating against employees with disabilities.
A man suffered non life-threatening injuries when he was ejected from his vehicle as it careened over a hillside in South Strabane Township.
Portions of Act 13 gas regulations have been found unconstitutional by the State Supreme Court.
Two Pittsburgh men were arrested Tuesday afternoon by South Strabane Township police after one allegedly tried to shoplift from a Strabane Square store and the other drove recklessly through the parking lot trying to get away from responding officers.
A media firestorm over an alleged incident at a Canon-McMillan elementary school has the district revisiting its lunch debt policies.
A cat found shot yesterday with an arrow in California Borough is recovering from surgery at University Veterinary Specialists in Peters Township.
The conventional wisdom over the last month or so, as Hillary Clinton lost ground in polls, is that Donald Trump had at last found discipline.
In 1915, “The Birth of a Nation” arrived in theaters, revolutionized the way movies tell stories and generated a whirlwind of controversy – even in an era we look back on as less enlightened – for its portrayal of African-Americans as being childlike and shiftless at...
Not too many years ago, illegal roadside dumps were a real problem in many rural areas of Greene County.
Proceed with caution when it comes to driverless cars.
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The third and final golf event of the season for Washington County Special Olympics is success at Lone Pine Country Club.
MIAMI – Jose Fernandez escaped from Cuba by boat on his fourth try as a teenager, and when his mother fell into the Yucatan Channel during the journey, he jumped in and pulled her out.
LOUDON, N.H. – Kevin Harvick has thrived as NASCAR’s version of a Game 7 master, steeling his nerves and flourishing in those win-or-else races that kept a championship push alive.
TORONTO – Tomas Tatar stuffed in a shot, triggering quite a celebration.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Chartiers-Houston's Buccaneer Stadium for our Week 4 High School Football Round Up video– plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Chartiers-Houston head coach Terry Fetsko.
Roethlisberger: Steelers have plan to use both Bell, Williams.
Steelers not getting to the quarterback or tackling well in space and it's adding up to plenty of yards.
Steelers drubbed in Philadelphia by Eagles again.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles have had three different stadiums and 14 different coaches since they last lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers at home in a regular-season game.
Burns, Davis working to emulate Polamalu with pre-snap disguises.
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