A new owner has remodeled and reopened the venerable Rabe Funeral Home in Donora.
The editor of the Farmer’s Almanac predicts this winter will be a “polar coaster,” moving from frosty and frigid temperatures to a “winterlude” of warmer ones.
Candidates for countywide office are carrying baggage into the Nov. 5 election, when voters go to the polls. Here's a look at two row office races.
Waynesburg’s two Oxford houses, which provide transitional housing for those recovering from addiction, might have to shut down.
A woman and her husband were awarded more than $15 million in a lawsuit they brought because of lasting health problems she experienced after two doctors committed medical errors when they treated her at Washington Hospital six years ago.
A physician who admitted he signed off on blank prescription forms while he worked for an East Washington-based network of addiction-treatment clinics was sentenced to six months of house arrest on Wednesday.
A South Strabane Township woman forged her employer’s signature on checks and stole more than $163,000, according to police.
A Washington man pleaded guilty to charges in four different cases and was sentenced to up to 13 years in a state correctional facility.
The UPMC Hillman Cancer Center has a new piece of artwork to hang on the wall, thanks to the Martha Washington Quilters Guild.
State police seized several guns from a Fallowfield Township man after he threatened Wednesday to shoot and kill his girlfriend
A Washington County judge continued a bond revocation hearing for a South Strabane Township man accused of child luring until next Friday to give the defense time to produce evidence they believe could be exculpatory.
A woman who alleges a teacher at the former St. Hilary Elementary School groped and assaulted her during the 1970s filed suit in Washington County Court against the local parish and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
There will likely be many ceremonies commemorating 10 years since the tragedy at Fort Hood, Tex. One of them will be held Nov. 2 in Avella, the former home of Lt. Col. Juanita Warman.
An Allegheny County man was shot Thursday morning and flown to a Pittsburgh hospital with a wound to his leg that he suffered during a robbery in Charleroi.
The land development plan of a company proposing to build a power plant in Robinson Township is waiting on a vote by supervisors following a hearing on Monday.
A clothing drive will be held Saturday in Amwell Township for a former North Franklin Township woman and her family after their home in Wheeling was destroyed by fire early Tuesday.
A Washington man driving a stolen vehicle attempted to hit a South Strabane police officer and led police on a chase Tuesday afternoon.
Melvin Gray said he rushed next door last month after hearing his sister screaming for him, claiming her boyfriend had assaulted her with either his fist or a water glass.
Officials from Crown Castle Communications on Tuesday answered questions about cell phone tower equipment it plans to install in North Strabane Township.
On one of the chilliest mornings of the school year, students at Washington Park Elementary School received brand new winter coats, thanks to the help of Washington firefighters and other community partners.
After a 25-year career with the Pennsylvania State Police, Brian Shuba, recently became school police officer for Jefferson-Morgan School District.
MONESSEN – City residents will have an opportunity to share their thoughts on several key issues affecting the city.