A lung cancer diagnosis can bring a host of emotions and questions, and “now what?” is one of the first. Assembling the right care team and creating a treatment plan designed uniquely for you is important to get you on the right track.
When bright, sunny days offer opportunities to take it outside for a celebration or casual weeknight dinner, take advantage with the fresh flavors of grilled fare. Good food and good company can combine for a meal to remember with loved ones while enjoying the outdoors.
Trinity High School alumnus Andrew H. Gomez graduated summa cum laude as a Sobey Scholar from Kettering University with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering. Gomez was the student speaker for the 2021 graduation ceremony. He was president of the Michigan Epsilon-A chapter o…
Dear Annie: You recently printed a letter from two physicians with an alcoholic daughter. Al-Anon is the organization that supports friends and families of alcoholics, and Alcoholics Anonymous is support for the individual with a drinking problem. You recommended Alcoholics Anonymous.
- Canonsburg church to hold "Ashes on the Go" ceremony
- Community mourns loss of church leader
- Bishop eases limits on attendance for Masses
- Approaching a new pastorate during a pandemic
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- Creative activities helping seniors at area nursing homes cope with pandemic
- Feeding the needy in rural Clarksville, Fredericktown areas during pandemic
- Wellness Center closes pool for five-week renovation
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The Friends of the Park Vendor Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 18 at Chartiers Township Community Center, 2013 Community Center Drive, Houston, Pa., 15342. Vendors from Pampered Chef, Mary Kay, Tastefully Simple, Color Street and more will be on hand for the event. A basket auc…
Dear Readers: Being a good neighbor can be more complicated than it sounds, at least when it comes to finding financial help for the elderly who are seeking home care. That’s what experts in the field have discovered, and I am very grateful that so many of them spelled out the problems and o…
Dear Annie: I am a woman in my mid-30s, and my wife is in her early 40s. We met a little less than two years ago and haven't left each other's side since. We got married about a year ago. Needless to say, we both fell fast and hard for each other. When I met her, my whole world changed, and …
A few area residents recently volunteered to help restore a Greene County monument dedicated to area veterans who served during World War II.
Jim Holtschlag, owner of Grease Monkey in Canonsburg, has been a faithful donor to the Marine Corps League of Washington County’s Annual Wreaths Across America Lunch Fundraiser since its inception in 2016. Holtschlag donated a percentage of all sales and services during Grease Monkey’s annua…
Visitors to the National Aviary this fall can experience the world of forests and come face to face with forest-dwelling species from around the world.
Washington County Parks staff will hold a craft event at 10 a.m. Sept. 15 in Mingo Creek Park. Participants will be practicing the art of paper cutting with designs for the harvest season. Hot drinks and snacks are provided. All ages are welcome. The fee to attend is $5. Participants will me…
Q. My husband and I have been married for 34 years. We have two grown children, both of whom still live with us. They work and pay rent toward our mortgage. I have no problem with their living at home, and I don’t think my husband does either. The problem I have is that both my husband and m…
Q. My boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for 10 years. We’ve had a lot of trials but always managed to hold onto each other and weather the storms. The last major trial was that I cheated on him with one of our best friends. I feel terrible about it; in fact, I think I may have mana…
Dinnertime dishes loaded with nutrients help keep loved ones connected while refueling after busy days spent at work and school. Dairy foods – key ingredients in many at-home meals – provide nutrients for people of all ages to grow and maintain stronger bodies and minds.
The Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh will hold a free star party Sept. 10 and Sept. 11 at Mingo Creek Park Observatory, located in Mingo Creek Park, Mansion Hill Extension, past Shelter 10. Safe solar observing begins at 7 p.m., night sky observing begins at 9 p.m. The event wil…
Burgettstown native Lt. Cmdr. Brett Havelka was recently promoted to Commander in the U.S. Navy. Havelka is currently the Operations Officer at VX-9 Detachment Edwards on Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., where he flies the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. Havelka graduated from the Uni…
The Westmoreland Cultural Trust is celebrating Broadway’s return with “Back to Broadway: An Evening of Timeless Songs From Classic Broadway Shows” on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.
Q.My wife “Monica” has been having a mostly texting affair with “Mike” for almost two years. There are emails where they address each other with, “Hey, babe.” It is disgusting. I accidentally discovered this years ago, and again recently after I thought they had not talked for years.
Liberty United Methodist Church and Community Circle Food Pantry joined together to pack 200 school supply bags for the clients children of the pantry for the 2021/2022 school year. School supplies were donated by local community agencies, individuals and Range Resources. Pictured, from left…
Little Lake Theatre in North Strabane has updated its COVID-19 protocols. They went into effect Wednesday and will be in place through at least Dec. 18.
Q. I would like your opinion on a recent incident that happened to me. I went to my son’s house to go out to dinner with him and his family to celebrate his birthday. When I arrived, the only person there was my granddaughter. My son was meeting us at the restaurant, and my daughter-in-law, …
The doors open at 5 p.m., dancing begins two hours later, but by 6 p.m. each Wednesday American Legion Post 949’s social hall in Monongahela is packed.
Q. About two years ago, my wife of 20 years, “Cynthia,” and I divorced. Our two children are grown and out of the house. Our divorce wasn’t the norm; we did it without a lawyer or mediator. Everything was civil; no one cheated or was abused. I think we both just changed over time.