Vanessa Hanlan, who was convicted last month of conspiring with her brother to help him escape the Greene County jail in December, was sentenced to jail time.
Greene County Career and Technology Center students are helping Greene County Habitat for Humanity renovate a house near Carmichaels.
An inmate at Greene County jail, who pleaded guilty in June to two counts of simple assault for attacking a corrections officer last year, was sentenced Wednesday to 11 1/2-to-23 months in jail.
Mystery Dinner Theatre presentation of “Art To Die For” will be at 6:15 p.m. today at First Presbyterian Church, at 169 W. College St., Waynesburg. The dinner will be prepared by chef Dan Wagner, and cost is $25 per person. A collection of art will...
Two high school football games have either been moved or postponed for tonight.
Tri-County Joint Municipal Authority is expected to complete improvements to its public water service by late 2017 under an order from the state Department of Environmental Protection.
A three-day strike by union professors at 14 state-owned universities has ended after negotiators reached a tentative settlement Friday.
Nearly every classroom in two buildings at California Uninversity of Pennsylvania was dark and locked Thursday even though the state urged students to still show up for class on the second day of a faculty union strike.
California University of Pennsylvania will hold its annual homecoming parade on Saturday. There will be no parking along the parade route from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All vehicles parked along the route will be towed. The parade route is Third Street from the university to Union Street to Second Street...
Ringgold School Board accepted the resignation of a security guard, but no one will say if it's the one who left a loaded gun in a high school restroom.
Southpointe Golf Club is challenging the validity of Cecil Township's zoning ordinance, alleging it unfairly targets the club to restrict development on the property.
Using an apartment building in Greene County as a model, a representative of Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living asks the Washington County commissioners for more housing accessible to persons with disabilities.
Canon-McMillan School Board revisits the district's school lunch policy.
A state House bill conveys the 228-year old Bradford House to the historical association that runs it.
Although they won't be moving until next year, one-stop "shopping" for agricultural and conservation services will continue in the Arden area.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States:
Let’s say you’re a person who loves the circus. Problem is, the circus isn’t in town all that often. May we suggest an alternative? Try attending a meeting of the South Strabane Township supervisors.
An editorial opinion from the York Dispatch:
Don’t drink and dial. That’s good advice.
The historic Washington County property Moon Lorn must be preserved.
CLEVELAND – The grueling four-month championship drought could soon be over.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Carmichaels for our Week 8 High School Football Round Up video for recaps and previews of this week's games. Plus, Joe Tuscano interviews Carmichaels head coach Ryan Krull.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Fred Slaughter, who helped UCLA win its first NCAA basketball championship as a senior under coach John Wooden in 1964, has died. He was 74.
O-R's Chris Dugan and Joe Tuscano travel to Fort Cherry for our Week 7 High School Football Round Up video.
NAPA, Calif. – The Tiger comeback has become the Tiger tease.
Shazier could return for Steelers just in time for matchup with Gronkowski.
Steelers feel Miami's Suh attempted to injure Roethlisberger.
Forget Roethlisberger, Steelers should be concerned Heyward is out again this week.
Could Roethlisberger be out longer than expected? Jones tells teammates, "Don't panic."
With Roethlisberger out, Bell wants, expects the ball more than he got in Miami.
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October 21, 2016
High School Football
Carmichaels controls line of scrimmage against FC, wins conference title
Big Macs improve to 4-5 after stunning rival Indians.
Carmichaels wins the battle at the line of scrimmage and a conference championship.
Washington senior touches the ball six times, nets 2
The Trinity Hillers have been accustomed to playing must-win football games the past few seasons to earn a spot in the WPIAL playoffs.
AVELLA – Garrett Geresti scored all five touchdowns for Avella as the Eagles handed Monessen a 35-6 loss Friday night in a Tri-County South football game.
NATRONA HEIGHTS – Quarterback Drew Saxton passed for 404 yards and 4 touchdowns to pace South Fayette to a 48-14 victory over Highlands in a Class 4-A Northwest Nine high school football game Friday night.
Trinity playoff hopes washed away in loss
Showdown time for Fort Cherry, Carmichaels
Undefeated Canon-Mac girls No. 2 seed in soccer playoffs
O-R Athlete of the Week: Ben Bumgarner, Waynesburg
Ex-coach calls his ban from Penn State facilities ‘wrong’
No. 12 West Virginia, TCU try to keep pace in Big 12 race
Nittany Lions confident they can hang with No. 2 Buckeyes
From hot seat to hot start, Holgorsen has No. 12 WVU on roll
Steelers’ Shazier could return in time to check Gronkowski
Steelers unhappy with Dolphins’ Suh, file report
Steelers concerned about run defense as much as QB
Landry Jones tells teammates ‘Don’t Panic’
Penguins rally in 3rd, top Sharks in Cup rematch
Penguins sign goalie Murray to 3-year extension
Penguins shut out in Montreal
Landeskog’s OT winner lifts Avalanche by Penguins
Road show has reached dead end
Dink and dunk alive and well in Pittsburgh
Despite Roethlisberger’s distraction, Steelers should win
Squirrels offer plenty of opportunities for a tasty meal
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