With the start of the 2021-22 school year just weeks away, state officials this week offered guidance on how to keep children and their families safe when those under 12 are still ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Waynesburg Central posted an opening for a new, full-time athletic director position in late June and it didn’t remain vacant long as Tuesday night the school district hired former California AD Chris Minerd to fill the position.
The mother of a Connellsville woman hospitalized in Arizona is rejoicing as her daughter doesn't no longer needs a liver transplant, but is still not out of the woods yet.
Former Greene County president judge Farley Toothman violated the state Constitution and “engaged in misconduct so extreme that brought the judicial office into disrepute,” the state Court of Judicial Discipline ruled Monday.
In today’s world of 24-hour sports channels and social media handy on every cell phone, people around the globe can be instantly bombarded with video and stories about anything in baseball, whether it’s Shohei Ohtani’s latest home run or the Pittsburgh Pirates scoring three runs on a hit that traveled only 10 feet.