Work to restore power continued Monday for West Penn Power customers in Washington, Greene and Fayette counties following Saturday’s heavy win…
A person was hospitalized with minor injuries following a fire early Monday morning at an apartment building in Washington.
Saturday turned out to be a busy day for area fire companies as high winds downed trees and electrical lines, knocking power out to 51,000 cus…
Wigle Whiskey, a small-batch, craft whiskey distillery in Pittsburgh’s Strip District, will be celebrating its 11th birthday Thursday with the…
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The 1979 sci-fi movie “Aliens” had a great marketing tagline: “In space, no one can hear you scream.” Forty-four years later it turns out that in space, no one should hear you swear.
You may have witnessed the scenario a hundred times or more. The gang is gathered around the tailgate of the truck after a morning’s hunt. Maybe some sportsmen friends have stopped by the house for a gathering. One thing leads to another and a new firearm has been brought out for inspection.
It’s tax season again, and as always, the job of getting things in order sent me traveling back in time, wandering through the last 12 months. It’s an annoying task, off course, but it’s also weirdly revealing. Collecting all the business of the past year has a way of dredging up things I’d …
Q. When I was a young teacher, you taught a district in-service. I remember you talking about something called holding space. I’m now the parent of a 6-year-old boy. Is he too young for me to teach this concept? I’d like to teach it to him. If he’s old enough, how do I explain it to a child?…
Heaven Bound Ministries, at 1047 Jefferson Road, Waynesburg, will host “He’s Alive!,” a musical drama passion play depicting the life, death and resurrection of Christ Palm Sunday weekend at the Capital Theatre in Wheeling free as a gift to the communities of the tri-state area. Performances…
Trinity High School Class of 1957 held its 65th reunion Sept. 10 at the Delfini Room in Meadow Lands. Attending were, front row, from left: Ru…
The Carmichaels Area Women’s Civic Club recently announced February and March Girls of the Month awardees, both seniors from the Carmichaels A…
Members of The Gratitude Club at The Waters of McMurray celebrated Women’s History Month by collecting donations of business attire for Dress …
The following property transfers have been recorded in the Greene County Recorder of Deeds office the week of March 16.
Avella High School Drama Department students will perform “Crazy Cowgirls of Pemberly Ranch” on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Adults are $10, …