Construction crews last week finished the work to repair the Pollocks Mill Bridge that partially collapsed in September 2014 after an overweight water tanker attempted to cross it.
Waynesburg Borough police saw a 32 percent increase last year in the number of “non-traffic” incidents which include assaults, thefts, burglaries and other crimes, Waynesburg Police Chief Rob Toth reported Monday.
Town and Country Garden Club member Rachel Miller gave her presentation of "Long Live the Monarch” during the club’s January meeting.
Waynesburg Senior Center member are raffling off a quilt to help their neighbors at the West Greene Senior Center in Graysville.
A Waynesburg man who crashed into a utility pole on North Richhill Street late Saturday night is accused of fighting with borough police officers and damaging a patrol car.
Students at Washington Park School were sent home Tuesday morning after a bomb threat was called in through a voicemail.
State police are on the scene of multiple crashes on Interstate 70 west between the Centerville exit and the Mon-Fayette Expressway involving at least 10 vehicles. There are crashes in both directions in the area, state police said, and interstate is closed in the area.
City officials continue steps to demolish a vacant Main Street building.
Commonwealth Court upholds unemployment for RoseMarie Cosgray who quit her job because she said the relocation of herpart-time job site constituted too much travel.
Recyclables will be collected twice a month in Washington.
At the depths of the Great Recession, the very survival of the U.S. auto industry was an open question.
David Bowie’s death at age 69 from cancer would have been a substantial news story on any day, given the singer’s lengthy career and his broad influence on generations of musicians, as well his impact on the worlds of film, fashion and art.
Plans to create commercial property at Greene County Airport, a project long in the works, could become a reality by the end of the year.
It was 1972, and Democratic presidential nominee George McGovern was staggering toward a historic defeat at the hands of Republican incumbent Richard Nixon in that year’s election.
Editorial voices from newspapers around the United States as compiled by the Associated Press:
Donora can claim two Baseball Hall of Famers and many other "elite" athletes and teams.
McGuffey got nine pins and won 12 of 14 bouts as it defeated Beth-Center, 64-9, in a Section 2-A dual meet Wednesday night, taking control of first place and asserting itself as one of the top teams in Class AA.
PITTSBURGH – A January game for a Power 5 program against a nonconference opponent could easily be overlooked. After Pitt opened ACC play with a 72-61 victory against Syracuse Wednesday, head coach Jamie Dixon made sure his team was still prepared for Maryland-Eastern Shore Saturday.
PITTSBURGH – The Steelers flirted with disaster in recent weeks on offense, turning the ball over and failing to convert third downs at anything close to an efficient rate.
Steelers pull out improbable playoff win over Bengals, advance to face Denver.
Steelers win with an epic comeback as Bengals implode.
Steelers and Bengals meet in postseason for just second time in their histories.
The only thing missing in Antonio Brown's career is a Super Bowl championship.
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