It would have been a difficult goodbye no matter what – John Brodak was beloved by his family, the Carmichaels community and by anyone who shared his passion for control-line airplanes.
The World Health Organization has categorized the spread of the novel coronavirus as a pandemic. The Observer-Reporter has gathered all our coronavirus-related coverage in one convenient location, along with state, national and international informational resources, to keep our readers informed and prepared.
After consistently moving toward flattening the curve, positive cases of COVID-19 have been climbing in the last two weeks across several states.
As Washington and Greene counties reopen amid novel coronavirus – and as cases in the region continue to rise, hospital officials are mindful the respiratory disease isn’t going away, and that there is no vaccine.
Taryn Hughes is a lead respiratory therapist at Washington Health System Greene, where she has worked for almost 20 years.
Maryann Patterson is a nurse in the Emergency Department at Allegheny Health Network Canonsburg Hospital, where she has worked for 27 years.
Pennsylvania is performing compliance checks on bars and restaurants to ensure they are complying with COVID-19 regulation.
Pennsylvania Health Sec. Rachel Levine issued an order Wednesday requiring residents to wear masks, with exceptions, when leaving their homes as COVID-19 cases are on the rise, especially in Allegheny County.
Pittsburgh Works Together, an alliance of labor, business and civic leaders, announced a five-part plan to boost the regional economy.
Gasoline prices rose again across Western Pennsylvania, including Washington. But the city's average is the second-lowest in the region.
Hours before Canon-McMillan seniors were set to walk across the stadium field and receive their diplomas at an in-person graduation ceremony, the school district canceled Tuesday’s event after finding out a student who attended the Monday morning graduation practice has tested positive for C…
West Virginia state Sen. John Unger has seen the effects of COVID-19. A good friend of his, David Sanders, is fighting for his life and is currently in critical condition, using a ventilator as he battles the virus.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming" spike in COVID-19 cases.
Washington County saw its number of new COVID-19 cases rise again as 14 more were reported, according to statistics released Sunday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The new cases bring the total for Washington County to 211 since data began being collected in March.
Editor's note: This story has been updated with the proper percentage of parents that would consider distance learning for the upcoming school year.
Pittsburgh-based GNC Holdings has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring, with plans to either survive as a standalone or to sell. It plans close 800 to 1,200 stores.
A federal program to assuage the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic has thus far prevented a surge in Pennsylvanians seeking state benefits, but officials believe that surge is on the horizon.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Washington and Greene counties were unchanged Monday, according to data from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, while the number has increased in Allegheny County.