The state Department of Health reported three more COVID-19 deaths in Washington County Wednesday, raising the total number of people who have died from coronavirus to 572.
Additional COVID-19 deaths were reported in Washington, Greene and Fayette counties Friday, as the winter surge in coronavirus infections continues to exact a grim toll.
The state Department of Health is holding free drive-through COVID-19 testing Wednesday, Jan. 19 through Saturday, Jan. 22 at the Greene County Airport, 417 East Roy E. Furman Highway, Waynesburg.
With the omicron variant spreading across Pennsylvania and hospitalizations on the rise, Penn Highlands Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Russell Cameron is reminding people to get the COVID-19 vaccination and booster shot to protect themselves and their communities.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Washington County has surpassed 40,000, the state Department of Health reported on Monday, and 867 new COVID cases were recorded over the weekend.
Allegheny Health Network’s Women’s Institute is strongly urging all pregnant patients to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible as the latest pandemic surge caused by the delta and omicron variants continues to sweep through Western Pennsylvania.
During a Tuesday discussion hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, doctors stressed one message: Get the COVID-19 vaccination.
Allegheny Health Network is reinstating temporary restrictions on patient visitation due to the latest surge in COVID-19 cases in Western Pennsylvania.
After school on weekdays throughout the school year, the LeMoyne Community Center is a hub of activity, with children from the city of Washington working on homework, playing games and enjoying a healthy dinner and snacks.
Perhaps the best way to describe the Mon Valley Youth and Teen Association is that it’s an organization “that helps families and people and kids.”
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania has launched a “Giveback” program that issued $200,000 of in-store vouchers to distribute to agencies within its 17-county area in western Pennsylvania and north-central West Virginia.
The Washington Area Humane Society needs food for animals throughout the year, and goods for them, too.
Jameson's Army, based in Cecil Township, helps out families who are dealing with children who have congenital heart defects.
Peanuts comic strip character Linus van Pelt, the security blanket-toting brother of Lucy, famously said, “Happiness is a warm blanket.”
Local school districts have grappled with a key component of their COVID-19 mitigation efforts in the wake of last week’s ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to toss out a statewide mask mandate for schools.
One of the country’s most urgent problems is food insecurity, and the Corner Cupboard Food Bank Inc. is doing its best to help end hunger in Greene County.
The Daughters of the American Revolution, a lineage-based service organization, focuses on supporting patriotism, education and historic preservation.
The number of COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to climb in Washington County, with new cases from Dec. 1 through 7 up about 32% from the week before, hospitalizations up about 5.5% – and reaching their highest levels in 11 months – and weekly deaths climbing to their highest level since th…
Local hospitals are straining to handle increased hospital admissions and are seeing longer than usual wait times for emergency room visits, a result of the surge in COVID-19 cases and other factors.
Tracey Crompton recalls sitting at her dining room table with five friends in November 2017 and chatting about rescuing unwanted, homeless, abused animals.
The region's only diaper bank is in need of volunteers and drop-off locations to help fight the ongoing diaper crisis many families are facing.
Southwestern Pennsylvania Legal Aid (SPLA) is filling in the gaps in the judicial system when assistance is needed in civil litigation.
Junior Achievement of Western PA is dedicated to giving students the skills they need to succeed in the real world, including financial literacy and workplace readiness, said its leaders.