A Nemacolin man who pleaded guilty to exposing himself to a teenage girl at her school bus stop in November was sentenced to 6 to 23 months in jail.
Yum Yum Diner will leave Waynesburg Plaza on Sunday and move across the street to use the kitchen and restaurant area at Tommy Boy's in March.
Greene County Coroner Gregory Rohanna has announced he will seek re-election for the office during the May 16 primary.
Central Greene School Board heard Tuesday from angry tax collectors whose salaries were cut by the board last week.
A woman’s home was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon, after she allegedly refused help from neighbors.
A New Eagle man who was wanted on rape charges has been appreheneded in New York.
A Donora man on probation is facing a new set of drug charges.
Mon Valley residents got a chance to give their ideas of what a Donora branch campus of Community College of Allegheny County could include.
A Charleroi man was arrested early Wednesday by Charleroi Regional police after he allegedly punched a Charleroi woman and her daughter and then reportedly hit their dog with a wooden club.
PITTSBURGH (AP) – A federal court trial has begun for a retired Pennsylvania state trooper accused of having forged a dead judge’s signature on a bogus court order in an effort to keep his ex-wife from receiving part of his pension.
Area children enjoy the unseasonable warm weather this week at North Strabane Township Park.
An East Washington couple and their 29-year-old son face charges filed by borough police stemming from incidents earlier this month on North Avenue.
Am East Finley Township man was killed in a crash early Thursday in East Finley.
A dryer fire caused minimal damage at the truck stop off I-70 near Claysville.
A Washington attorney is facing charges of theft and misapplying funds in connection with allegations he improperly diverted tens of thousands of dollars from an elderly Allegheny County client's account for his own use.
Although things haven't always gone smoothly with the Park Place at the Meadow Lands development, the project has been an overall success.
The media is not the enemy of the American people.
Twenty million people could die as a result of famine this year, an astonishing number.
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?
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Mark Melancon sprints to the mound and his heart starts racing – at precisely 183 beats per minute.
OFF THE MAT AA STATE RANKINGS
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter has been fined $300 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from a dispute with a bar bouncer and a police officer last month.
Steelers GM says team working on long-term deal with Brown, Bell up next.
Blount among six added to team's offseason roster.
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February 23, 2017
High School Sports
Prexies go on defensive, beat Quips
Top-seeded Greyhounds make easy work of Eden Christian.
Washington boys beat Aluquippa; Girls fall to Vincentian.
Top-seeded Bucs move on to face OLSH in WPIAL semifinals.
PT's Wilkes eager for start of postseason.
Trojans can't find offense early, lose to OLSH.
PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford turned to an old friend to give his team’s injury ravaged defense a needed boost.
Monessen overcome slow start, beats EC
Top-seeded Chartiers-Houston holds off Leechburg
Cold start dooms California against OLSH
PT’s Wilkes hopes to stay on top
Mixed reviews for new Class AA format
WPIAL AA wrestling results
Three-peat for Teasdale at WPIAL Championships
Pitt blows 19-point lead in loss to Wake Forest
Small college basketball roundup: Mercyhurst upsets No. 3 Cal; Waynesburg women advance
Mississippi self-imposes 1-year football postseason ban
Cline’s 3-pointers lift No. 14 Purdue over Penn State
Steelers’ Porter fined $300 over dispute at bar
Steelers closing in on contract extension with Brown
Steelers sign Taylorstown’s Blount
Nutting: Pirates had ‘step back’ in ‘16, but talent is there
Nova happy to be back with Pirates
Pirates ace Cole hoping for healthier, more productive 2017
Pens acquire defenseman from Carolina
Crosby’s power-play goal lifts Penguins past Canes
Tatar, Vanek lead Red Wings past Penguins
Penguins fall in overtime
Wild Things give Langbehn extension
Time for Koscheck to step away from fighting
Crosby one of the top three scorers in NHL history
Semi-automatic hunting should not include the .223
Teachable moment for C-M wrestlers
Feds: Mexican gray wolves population increases
Hundreds of bison sent to slaughter over tribes’ objections
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