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Friday, November 22nd, 2019
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Local News

Pittsburgh man charged for supplying heroin that killed Washington man

A Pittsburgh man faces charges for supplying the drugs that killed a Washington man in April. Read more

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Election Coverage

Commissioner-elect's travel to conference approved; future chairman plans pow-wow

Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan called a meeting among countywide officials "setting them up to succeed." Read more

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Local News

Operation Christmas Child collection underway

The national collection week for Operation Christmas Child continues through Nov. 25. Read more

Police Beat

Police Beat Nov. 21

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Local News

Driver's centers announce holiday hours

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation driver license and photo centers, including the full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Nov. 28 and 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Read more

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Living

Train Gang prepares for holiday visitors

For so many, the first joyful greeting heard each Christmas morning was the whistle of the model train set that chugged in circles around the Christmas tree. Read more

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Local News

City discusses dissatisfaction, options with trash service

After receiving several complaints from residents in the last few months, Washington officials have sent a formal letter to County Hauling Corp., requesting it improves its service. Read more

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Local News

Senate approves bills reforming statute of limitations, mandatory reporting in abuse cases

In the wake of the grand jury report on child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, the state Senate approved a package of reforms Wednesday. Read more

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Neighbors

Hickory Lions Club serves at City Mission

Members of the Hickory Lions Club recently served up dinner and friendship to residents at Washington City Mission. Read more

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Local News

Seven Springs, Hidden Valley to open this weekend

Following early snowmaking from the recent colder weather, Seven Springs Mountain Resort and Hidden Valley will open their slopes this weekend. Read more

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