A little more than four years ago, Jesse Pettit never could have dreamed how his legal career would take “an unexpected path” to a seat on the bench in the Washington County Courthouse.
Voters in Washington County overwhelmingly rejected a government study commission that would’ve reviewed the county’s form of government and possibly overhauled it.
Turnout for today’s election is expected to be higher than usual in Washington County compared to other off-year voting cycles.
Washington County voters are being asked to weigh in on several judicial contests in this year's general election.
Washington County is still looking for poll workers to help with the Nov. 2 general election, although the need is not as urgent as it has been in previous off-year general elections.
Former state Rep. Rick Saccone will be seeking the Republican nomination to be Pennsylvania's next lieutenant governor.
MONESSEN – Monessen’s mayor who abandoned City Hall for his first two years in office lost his bid Tuesday for the Democratic nomination to a local businessman.
For the first time in six years, Peters Township Council will have new membership. Three of the five candidates running as a group calling themselves “Friends of Peters Township” won the Republican nomination in Tuesday’s primary, two of them defeating incumbents.
Who will be judge in three of Washington County magisterial districts was decided in Tuesday's primary election.
Jesse Pettit will become Washington County’s newest Court of Common Pleas judge after winning both the Democratic and Republican nominations during Tuesday’s primary.
Pennsylvania voters were given the opportunity to limit a governor’s emergency authority on Tuesday, more than a year after Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic restrictions drew fierce backlash among legislative Republicans, in an otherwise quiet off-year primary election that also included balloting f…
Jeff Grimes overwhelmingly won the Republican nomination in the race for Greene County judge, and is on pace to win the Democratic nomination as well.
There are a litany of competitive municipal and magisterial district judge races on the ballot in today’s primary election in Washington and Greene counties, but most eyes will be on the open seats for a new judge in each county.
A state Commonwealth Court judge has denied an attempt to halt Tuesday’s primary election for the Donegal Township Board or Supervisors.
Joyce Hatfield-Wise and Jesse Pettit are cross-filed candidates running for the nominations in the Democratic and Republican primaries for the May 18 election.
Voters in the May 18 primary election will be asked to consider three proposed amendments to Pennsylvania's constitution and one referendum.
A former Washington police detective, Dan Stanek, has announced he’s running for Magisterial District Judge in District 27-3-10.