Betty White would have turned 100 years old on Monday.
The community turned out in a big way over the weekend, raising nearly $10,000 for displaced residents of Thomas Campbell Apartments.
Washington & Jefferson College and California University of Pennsylvania are two of 34 colleges from across the commonwealth to be awarded…
There’s good news today! You, I and everyone else reading this column will be long dead before Earth freezes, boils over or is otherwise taken off the Guinness Book of World Records’ list of “Longest Surviving Planets in Our Solar System.” So we needn’t worry: No one will be left to remember…
Confusion over the pandemic isn’t new, but lately I’ve received a number of questions asking specifically about when to go to the emergency room.
Dear Annie: “Numb and Lost” wrote to you regarding emotional detachment as a result of trauma and challenges in their life and struggles with finding proper therapy. As a 37-year-old male who has had difficulties and consequent challenges in therapy, I can relate.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture recently announced the addition of Callery pear to its Controlled and Noxious Weed List, along with…
For four decades, the members of the Tri-County Leathernecks Association in Greene County have held an annual Christmas toy drive, an initiative in which toys are collected for and distributed to area children during the holiday season.