Some new dads are able to receive paid paternity leave, a benefit many companies are offering to retain talented employees.
A former Washington County woman who filed for unemployment benefits on behalf of her son while he was an inmate at SCI-Greene prison last year pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to a new charge.
There were three new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday in Fayette County, bringing its total to 13,375, the state Health Department said.
Police in Greene County apprehended a Waynesburg man after he allegedly burglarized a residence on Friday that he was evicted from earlier this month.
Pennsylvania is weeks away from reaching herd immunity against COVID-19, the state’s acting physician general said Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission announced Monday that $146 million in impact fees were generated from natural gas drilling in the commonwealth in 2020.
The state Health Department reported 560 new statewide COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total to 1,207,495 during the pandemic.
Monongalia County Resources Inc. filed a WARN noticed with the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry this month announcing it will lay off 180 workers as it permanently closes the former Blacksville No. 2 mine.
Carmichaels High School will hold graduation for 78 seniors at 8:30 p.m. Friday at Coaches Field. Alternate weather date will be Saturday. Tickets will be required for on the field seating, but the bleacher/grass area is open to the public and does not require a ticket. Livestream is availab…
A Wind Ridge man was charged with burglary after police responded to a vehicle crash involving his alleged getaway vehicle.
A Waynesburg woman allegedly set off homemade explosive devices in her yard and was found with methamphetamine on Saturday.
Internships were difficult for students to secure last year because of the pandemic, but now businesses are again opening their doors to students wishing to gain more knowledge and experience in their fields.
Centerville Clinics has launched a COVID-19 testing program in Greene, Fayette and Washington counties that will include pop-up testing sites in each county in addition to the three testing sites established at clinics locations.
The body of the person found in a burned-out vehicle on a rural road in East Finley Township last month has been identified as a Greene County man.
Thirty new deaths due to COVID-19 were reported in the commonwealth Friday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, with one of those deaths happening in Allegheny County.
No new deaths as a result of COVID-19 were reported in Washington, Greene, Fayette, Westmoreland or Allegheny counties Tuesday.
The state Health Department reported 27 new COVID-19 statewide deaths over the three-day holiday weekend, none of which involved residents of Washington, Greene or Fayette counties.
The number of influenza cases and deaths was low this season, largely because more people had flu shots and of mitigation efforts to battle COVID-19, the state Health Department said Friday.
Pennsylvania will lift the COVID-19 mask mandate by June 28 or when herd immunity against the disease is reached in the state.
State police have released few details about the situation that ended with Jeffry Christopher’s death after troopers pulled him from his Cumberland Township mobile home Tuesday morning following a lengthy standoff.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday that 70% of Pennsylvania adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, meaning the state is closer to achieving herd immunity against the disease.
The Greene County Career and Technical Center is one of 27 schools across the country to receive, through the Rachael Ray Foundation, a $5,000 ProStart Grow Grant, which will be used to purchase Mercer knife kits for the culinary students.
Two new COVID-19 deaths were reported Tuesday in Washington County, where 300 people have died from the virus in the past year.