Washington and Greene counties will join most of Southwestern Pennsylvania next week in moving to the green phase of reopening during the COVI…
The state Department Labor & Industry holds a virtual town hall to address Pennsylvanians' concerns about unemployment compensation.
A blind computer software engineer from Eastern Pennsylvania brought about change in how the visually impaired and others with disabilities can vote in the upcoming primary election.
The offices of cities, boroughs and townships in Washington and Greene counties have closed or are encouraging residents to stay away as a result of the coronavirus.
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In his biweekly column, now running Thursdays, Bob Hollick outlines the "Here to Help Project" he and two other insurance agents have launched to help businesses.
Q. I am beyond stressed. My mom said, “You’re so miserable, you’re making the whole house miserable. Call Mary Jo. And make a list of good things in your life.”
There’s nothing like catching one’s breath on a downhill, cool breeze after a lengthy uphill stretch of trail in direct sunlight.
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania will be hosting Yinzer’s Night Aht – a virtual variety show featuring local Pittsburgh performers a…
Eric Lauver, principal at Trinity North Elementary, spent the afternoon of May 22 being pelted with water balloons and sponges by his sons, Aa…