Work will begin soon to restore the Greene County Courthouse’s bell tower that was damaged by water.
A bridge along Garards Fort Road that spans Coal Lick Run in Franklin Township that has been under construction through the state’s rapid bridge replacement project has fully reopened to traffic.
A teenager was killed Wednesday afternoon when his car struck a dump truck on Route 19 in Washington Township at the Ruff Creek interchange.
The state Environmental Hearing Board issued a mixed ruling Tuesday regarding the undermining of streams near Ryerson Station State Park in Greene County as it addressed the extent of damage that may be allowed to a stream without causing a determination the stream may be impaired.
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.
Donora officials are raising the prospect of layoffs because of a budget shortfall.
The new owners of Stoney's Brewing Co. officially launched their rebranded beer with a rollout party for distributors and friends.
Two Monessen residents were charged this week by California police with possession and possession with intent to deliver heroin after the drug allegedly was found in their vehicle after they were shot outside a home in November 2015.
Court documents say suspended Charleroi attorney Keith Alan Bassi, 61, hasn’t practiced law since June, “after learning he is the subject of a federal investigation involving ... his use of funds belonging to an incapacitated principal and other charges.”
Charleroi attorney Keith A. Bassi as been placed on temporary suspension from practicing law.
Washington County commissioners vote to increase the county's tax levied on hotel room stays.
Gov. Tom Wolf was in South Strabane Thursday, praising the state's first diverging diamond interchange.
A Westmoreland County woman was arrested Wednesday by Carroll Township police after she allegedly assaulted a nurse and paramedic in the emergency room of Monongahela Valley Hospital.
A representative of The Meadows tells Washington County and municipal officials it will contribute to their projects funded through the Local Share program, despite uncertainty with state law.
Just one day after mum was the word on the prospective tenant to occupy a new development in Starpointe, an agenda item at the Washington County commissioners' voting meeting had a tantalizing clue: Shell.
A new study has found that alcohol abuse in increasing in the United States, creating a potential health crisis.
An attendee at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., is upset that a photo of him there has gone viral. He deserves no sympathy.
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...
The Minnesota Wild and center Matt Cullen have agreed to a one-year, $1 million contract, bringing him back to his home state for a 21st season in the NHL.
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.
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August 14, 2017
J. Robert (Bob) and Irene Franz of Prosperity will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary August 17.
Robert D. and Carole J. Giacometti of Washington celebrated their 60th wedding anniversery with a dinner with family and friends at Legacy Tavern. They also celebrated Mrs. Giacometti’s 80th birthday at the dinner.
Bill and Carol Fleming of Washington celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a surprise family dinner given by their children. A trip is planned in the fall.
August 12, 2017
Jim and Carolyn Kunkel Sr. of Finleyville announce the engagement of their son, Adam, to Erin Winkler, daughter of Jim and Kari Winkler of Battle Creek, Mich.
August 10, 2017
Sam and Cathi Lombardo of Washington celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary at Napoli’s restaurant with family and friends.
August 07, 2017
Frank and Jean Craig of Washington will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary August 9.
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