Winning a big lottery prize is great, but that can lead to a wealth of woes, Gary Boatman writes in his weekly Your Financial Future column.
Thanks to people who care, Andre Hill Bey is buried with full military honors at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and safety guidelines as part of the municipality of Bethel Park’s Live Well speaker series.
Q. There are three sisters in my family. Two of us are childless. Our other sister now has seven grandchildren. Every Christmas and birthday, my other childless sister and I send a check to each grandniece and grandnephew. We never expect any gifts in return, but it would be nice to receive …
- Community mourns loss of church leader
- Bishop eases limits on attendance for Masses
- Approaching a new pastorate during a pandemic
- 'A blessing beyond measure': Days after a fire destroyed a church and home, local pastor commends community for stepping up
- Churches plot careful reopening as area moves into green phase
- 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
- Give yourself financial flexibility in retirement
- Union employees hold informational picket at Peters care home
Allegheny General Hospital is the first hospital in Pennsylvania and one of just 16 in the United States to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Comprehensive Cardiac Center Certification, according to an Allegheny Health Network news release.
The Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, which is formerly known as angioplasty with stent, Program at Monongahela Valley Hospital has been granted re-accreditation by Corazon, Inc., a national leader in services for the cardiovascular specialty, according to a Mon Valley Hospital news release.
Whether this school year calls for more at-home learning or heading back to the classroom, busy evenings are likely a constant for many families. One way to relieve stress and hit reset on hectic times is by enjoying a meal around the table with loved ones.
Q. I am an attractive and well-educated divorced woman. Recently, a man whom I dated several years ago contacted me. We are both 70. Our reunion was great. We have been getting along very well and communicating daily ever since. We live across the country from each other. He invited me to hi…
Area students and educators recently won statewide awards as part of the Pennsylvania Council of Financial Literacy’s Stock Market Challenge, a web-based stock market simulation and curriculum for students in grades 3-12, according to a California University of Pennsylvania news release.
Q. My youngest daughter, “Marta,” is beautiful and caring but intellectually challenged. I have always encouraged all my kids to do what makes them happy, and she is no different. A couple of years ago, she met a wonderful man through mutual friends, “Brian.” After dating for almost a year, …
Q. About six months ago, my boyfriend, “Jordan,” relocated to another state for work. We’ve talked about my eventually moving there, too, so we could be together, but we’ve held off making firm plans. He says he needs more time to settle in to life there. He also says he wants to be positive…
Q. My sister is 75 years old. She is a hoarder. She has lived at home her whole life and started accumulating junk soon after my dad died 10 years ago. If something comes into the house, it isn’t going out, as it is with most hoarders. So you can imagine what an appalling situation it has become.
MidAtlantic Farm Credit is hosting a webinar series in January and February on farm transition planning with PA Farm Link and AgChoice Farm Credit. The series will take place over the following dates: Introduction to Creating a Succession Plan, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Jan. 11; Analyzing your…
The United Way of Washington County is the recipient of a $10,000 unsolicited, one-time special year grant from the Jack Buncher Foundation.
The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce said thanks to a tremendous community effort, its Free Little Pantry has helped more people in need this holiday season.
As Greene County students continue to grapple with school closures and other challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, technology is playing a critical role.
Q. My boyfriend and I have been together for five years. This last year, there has been no physical intimacy between us at all. We vibe very well in our relationship being partners in a small business. He says he is still attracted to me and keeps on blaming our busy work lives for lack of s…
Dr. Frank Gaudio of Washington Health System provides information as part of the municipality’s Live Well speaker series.
The Senator John Heinz History Center, the Fort Pitt Museum and the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum will be reopening to the public Saturday.
A new year brings new opportunities for personal changes and improvement from taking steps forward in a career to bettering personal relationships and – perhaps most common – starting on a path toward better health. For many, the worthwhile challenge of enhancing physical health begins with …
Q. My fiancee and I have been together for six years, and I am having a hard time understanding where I fit in her life. She claims to love me, but lately, her actions just don’t say that. She puts everyone ahead of me. Last Christmas, we went to her mom’s on the other side of the country an…
Q. I’ve noticed in the past several months that my 15-year-old daughter has been steadily gaining weight. I have struggled with my weight most of my adult life and absolutely do not want my daughter to have the insecurities and low self-esteem that I have.
Ryan and Amy Bruckner of South Strabane Township look forward to serving the next round of outdoor gatherings with their new business.