An Elizabeth woman will face a year of prison for helping to launder money for her paramour, who sold drugs throughout Washington County.
Just Five is an online resource that helps visitors understand substance abuse disorder and find help for themselves or others.
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Q. If two people start having sex and one person says “stop” and the other person doesn’t listen, is it considered nonconsensual sex? Especially if the person never really said she wanted to, but he just started. But he didn’t hit her or anything like that. And, how do you get someone to sto…
We had one last bit of filming to do before the documentary was complete, just a couple of pick-up shots of a baseball player on the pitcher’s mound. The WQED crew and I were at Mounds Park in Monongahela this week, our fourth or fifth time there during production of the film about the youth…
Q. I think I’m becoming a cynic. I turned 18 and I can’t think of a reason to register to vote. I told my grandma and she told me to write to you and ask you why I should register. She thinks I will listen to you more than her. I think politics is nothing but one group calling the other grou…
The Common Ground Teen Center, located at 92 N. Main Street in Washington, will host its 24-hour See-Saw fundraiser from 4 p.m. Friday until 4 p.m. Saturday.
The Common Ground Teen Center, located at 92 N. Main Street in Washington, will host its 24-hour See-Saw fundraiser from 4 p.m. Friday until 4…
Although the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down, the rapid development of multiple vaccines has spurred hope that treatments – or …
A Waynesburg man has been appointed as the new executive director of a local nonprofit geared toward helping area residents and communities through philanthropy.
The Waynesburg University Music Program will host a Chamber Works concert in Roberts Chapel at 12 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11.