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Hope you enjoyed July 1. Bobby Bonilla certainly did, just as he has every July 1 since 2011. [Read More]
For most of its existence – from its creation by the Residence Act passed this week (July 9) in 1790 to its construction on a... [Read More]
There is no denying that the world around us is a mess. [Read More]
Editor's note: This is a weekly series focusing on the importance of buying local. [Read More]
Two people are facing charges for allegedly cooking methamphetamine at their home near the Margaret Bell Miller Elementary School in Waynesburg. [Read More]
I would swear that this same gentleman standing at the register was in the store yesterday. After talking guns, a bit, I asked him if... [Read More]
Giant Eagle deserves kudos... [Read More]
The following property transfers were recorded the week of June 25 in the Greene County Recorder of Deeds:... [Read More]
Taryn Hughes is a lead respiratory therapist at Washington Health System Greene, where she has worked for almost 20 years. [Read More]
Our history is being destroyed... [Read More]
Dear Annie: My husband has a long history of being unfaithful to me. He says that it isn't cheating because he can't help himself. I've... [Read More]
A report generated by a statewide grand jury raises troubling questions about the natural gas industry. [Read More]
Apparently, there will be professional baseball played at Wild Things Park this summer after all. [Read More]
A man was killed in a shooting on Hanover Acres Drive in Hanover Township on Friday, Hanover Township police said. [Read More]
An Otter float plane made its way as Lake Kisaralik carried the group of anglers up and over some magnificent scenery where moose, black bear... [Read More]
A person at Carmichaels Area High School prom has tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
The 50th annual installment of the Covered Bridge Festival, initially scheduled for September, has been canceled because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Covid-19 cases continued to climb in Washington County... [Read More]
During what has been a fairly dry week, work on the courthouse roof in bright sunshine Thursday morning progressed toward completion. The county commissioners in... [Read More]
Two of the participating churches are now designated worship sites of the Parish of St. Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran who was canonized by the Roman... [Read More]
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