A rising number of COVID-19 cases has pushed Washington County into the substantial spread category, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 transmission tracker.
Register of Wills James Roman submitted a 139-page report showing his office’s adoption filings were brought up-to-date before President Judge John DiSalle’s deadline Friday requiring him to get the information in order.
Today is the first day for Washington County residents to begin circulating nomination papers in order to get on the Nov. 2 ballot to potentially serve on the proposed government study commission.
Young adults brightened a building downtown as part of the Common Ground Teen Center's fine arts camp this week.
July was the first full month that the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank took over management of the dozen pantries across Washington County.
When the new name of Cleveland’s baseball team was unveiled last week, it didn’t receive universally positive reviews. A Cleveland sportswriter called the new name, the Guardians, “safe and rather boring,” while a Wall Street Journal columnist opined that “it’s a name that would look good on…
Voters will decide if they want to form a commission to study Washington County’s government structure after the commissioners voted during a special meeting Thursday to place the question on the ballot in the fall.
The state Department of Health will launch a text messaging campaign next week to remind the partially vaccinated against COVID-19 to get the required second dose.
Washington County District Attorney Eugene Vittone will serve as the president of the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PDAA).
Metz Culinary of Dallas, Pa., won the contract from the Area Agency on Aging to provide hot lunches and grab-and-go meals at nine senior centers in central and western Washington County.
County agencies are scrambling to make tenants and landlords aware of a trove of federal money available to help people who are behind on their rent payments with a wave of evictions looming in the near future.
At the monthly Board of Supervisors meeting, North Strabane Township tabled a vote on the Lakeview Village expansion proposal and accepted two private roads from Canonsburg's Fox Ridge housing plan.
Canonsburg police will not file charges against the parents of a 7-year-old boy who was found wandering Monday evening.
The Washington County commissioners are holding a special meeting at 9 a.m. Thursday to discuss whether to approve an ordinance allowing for a ballot referendum that could create an 11-member panel to study the county’s form of government.
A tentative contract will hold off a one-day employee walkout that was planned for today at two Washington County nursing homes.
With more people adopting pets during the pandemic and staffing issues, area veterinarians are being stretched thin and are overwhelmed with clients.
Motorcyclists from around the region gathered Sunday morning at North Strabane Township Fire Department on Route 19 for the annual Blue Ride, held by the Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club Chapter 16. A fundraiser for an array of local charities, it has raised in exce…
Paul Jacobs, the Washington-area native and organ virtuoso, has added another honor to his list of credits, and will be returning to Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair in August for a performance.
A drug dealer who sold heroin containing a fatal dose of fentanyl that killed a Washington man in February 2019 pleaded guilty Friday to one felony count of drug delivery resulting in death.
Two Washington County men charged in the overdose deaths of a Canton Township couple waived their preliminary hearings to Washington County court while a third defendant saw his delayed until next week.
Washington County reported two new COVID-19 deaths over the past week, while Fayette County reported three as new cases began to rise slightly in the region, the state Health Department reported Friday.
Muse’s former fire chief and the department’s treasurer who are accused of stealing more than $76,000 from the volunteer fire company in Cecil Township waived their preliminary hearing Thursday.
Throughout the Washington County Community Foundation’s 25-year history, there have been many donors and volunteers whose contributions have enabled this noble idea to evolve into what is now the county’s largest publicly supported grant-making foundation. We are immensely grateful for each …
The North Strabane Fire Department will be moved into and ready to respond from the new substation along Rt. 519 by the end of this year.
Washington County’s president judge is considering holding James Roman in contempt after learning that the Register of Wills and Orphans Court row office he leads has not properly transmitted certificates of adoption to the state in at least 11 cases since April.
The average person is involved in an automobile claim every 18 years. While some people have more than their share of claims, if you begin driving at 17 you should expect to be involved in several claims in your lifetime. Understanding the claim process will make your experience less stressful.
Washington County’s election review committee blocked the possibility of an outside company reviewing the 2020 election after deciding not to recommend that county officials pursue a “quality control” audit of the process.
Italian-American health care heroes will take center stage at the fifth annual Washington Italian Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25, in downtown Washington.
A study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh and released earlier this week has found marijuana is almost certainly not a “gateway drug” and legalizing it could help stem opioid addiction. It looked at 2017 data from four states that legalized marijuana for recreational use, and found t…
Washington County’s election review committee is expected to vote tonight on whether to recommend that the county conduct a “quality control" audit of its elections process.
The Washington County commissioners are delaying their special meeting planned for Friday to consider approval of a ballot referendum that could create an 11-member panel to study the county’s form of government.
The state police fire marshal’s office was investigating the cause of a suspicious fire that heavily damaged an abandoned house Tuesday in Bentleyville.
Three people were flown to Pittsburgh hospitals by helicopter after a two-vehicle accident sent one car over a bridge in Rostraver Township Sunday morning