A Carmichaels man was charged with risking a catastrophe for allegedly causing a fire in his apartment building that required other residents to be evacuated.
Due to the pandemic, the protests surrounding the killing of George Floyd and the presidential election, gun sales have spiked.
At a stop in McKeesport Wednesday, Gov. Tom Wolf said he hoped there would not be a logjam when vaccine eligibility opens to all Pennsylvania adults on April 19.
State Department of Health COVID-19 Response Director Dr. Wendy Braund on Wednesday encouraged Pennsylvanians to get vaccinated as soon as possible, and to continue to follow mitigation protocols as cases of the virus climbed across the state and more contagious variants spread.
Gov. Tom Wolf praised grocery store workers Tuesday for the role they have played during the coronavirus pandemic.
On April 19, Pennsylvania will open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to anyone 16 or older, as the pace of vaccinations increases – an average of 83,000 Pennsylvanians are being vaccinated each day.
Waynesburg University celebrated the 171st anniversary of its charter by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania March 23, with a virtual convocation that featured remarks by 1979 graduate Mark Harner.
Washington Health System President and CEO Brook Ward is cautioning residents to continue to follow protocols to curb the spread of COVID-19 as some areas in the country are experiencing a surge in cases.
Pennsylvania’s priority efforts to vaccinate teachers and education support staffs reached its goal ahead of schedule last week.
Aging services in the region have been fielding hundreds of calls this week from senior citizens who are looking for help in scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine.
Pennsylvania expects to meet the April 19 federal deadline to make all residents 16 and older eligible to register for a COVID-19 vaccine, the state Health Department said Wednesday.
Volunteers using a Pittsburgh area Facebook group have been helping scores of people secure appointments for a COVID-19 vaccine.
President Joe Biden said Monday at least 90% of adults will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine within three weeks.
Attendance at state parks across Pennsylvania remains strong just as officials plan to begin lifting some COVID-19 safety precautions Sunday.
Waynesburg High School wrapped up the PIAA Class 3A Team Tournament title with a convincing 42-3 drubbing of Central Dauphin in the finals at Cumberland Valley High School Saturday.
The arts, by their nature, are full of innovators – those people who will think outside of the box to make something work in any given situation.
The state Health Department has eased portions of the COVID-19 mask wearing order for those who have been fully vaccinated against the virus.
An arts-in-education initiative is expanding into Greene County with the approval of $95,000 in grants.
On a recent Friday morning, Patricia Negley and her sister, Marilyn Sue Negley, sat at a table in the Waynesburg Community Center with bingo cards in front of them, daubers poised to mark off numbers as center aide Jessie Rush called them out.
Pennsylvania is expected to wrap up efforts to vaccinate schoolteachers and others working in education two weeks early with thousands of new Johnson & Johnson doses expected in the state before the end of the month.
A Waynesburg man is charged with aggravated assault, strangulation and terroristic threats after he allegedly threatened to kill a woman’s teenage son and then choked a man.
The number of COVID-19 vaccine doses coming into Allegheny County has nearly doubled since January as health officials there worry about a spring surge in new virus cases.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Monday he will ease COVID-19 restrictions on bars, restaurants and crowd sizes with new cases declining and more people getting vaccinated against the virus.