Every fall, Save-A-Horse Stable in Greene County invites the public in to visit with the horses that the nonprofit helps.
Waynesburg University’s bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) program was recently recognized as a top five program in the state of Pennsylvania by ReigsteredNursing.org, marking the program’s fifth consecutive ranking by the organization.
This abandoned Greene County well is among hundreds of thousands dotting the Pennsylvania landscape. (Photo courtesy of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection)
Local school administrators are cautiously optimistic about Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed plan to dramatically boost funding for public schools.
Seniors who need a ride to COVID-19 vaccination appointments in Greene and Washington counties can now take advantage of a no-cost option.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council, the state’s oldest grassroots environmental organization, has announced several initiatives and campaigns geared toward protecting the commonwealth’s resources for future generations.
(AP) — As states lift mask rules and ease restrictions on restaurants and other businesses because of falling case numbers, public health officials say authorities are overlooking potentially more dangerous COVID-19 variants that are quietly spreading through the U.S.
The Waynesburg University Board of Trustees recently established the Douglas G. and Kathryn D. Lee Servant Leadership Endowed Award to recognize the couple's leadership of Waynesburg University throughout the ongoing challenges faced during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new grant program of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC) will provide up to $2,000 to support Western Pennsylvania teaching artists and arts educators seeking career training and other professional development opportunities.
Greene County commissioners approved several motions during their Feb. 18 meeting directly pertaining to issues involving COVID-19.
Waynesburg University nursing students and the Department of Nursing staff are volunteering to help Washington Health System administer COVID-19 vaccines.
Greene County Sheriff Marcus Simms said he is proud of the many positive things he and his staff were able to accomplish for area residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greene County recently upgraded its digital imagery available for the tax assessment office, in order to make sure newly built structures are making onto the tax roll.
Greene County Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications from graduating seniors for the 31st annual Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, which will be awarded this May, in the amount of $1,500.
A regional health department between Washington, Greene and Beaver counties is being explored once again as local officials are becoming increasingly frustrated over how the state is handling the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, especially in rural areas.
A coalition of Greene County officials, area medical authorities and other agencies have been meeting weekly in order to plan, organize and effectively administer the COVID-19 vaccine since the first week of January.
The Greene County Veterans Affairs office has announced drivers are needed to transport area veterans from Waynesburg to Pittsburgh for doctor’s appointments.
A former Washington County woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Pittsburgh to filing for unemployment benefits on behalf of an inmate at SCI-Greene prison.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Nineveh man facing multiple charges following allegations he assaulted two police officers and attempted to flee from custody during a recent incident in Waynesburg Borough.
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Greene County commissioners approved a proclamation during their Feb. 4 meeting recognizing February as Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive obstacles for everyone, but for survivors of domestic violence who may be isolated at home with someone who is abusive, the virus poses even more serious – and in many cases, potentially life-threatening or even fatal – consequences.
Seedlings for Schools 2021, the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s program that teaches youth about the significance of trees and shrubs in providing food and cover for wildlife, is open for business.
When Bret Moore was hired last February as the new director of Greene County Recreation Department, he said he was excited about what was in store for residents in 2020.
The consolidation of resources between the Observer-Reporter, The Almanac, the Greene County Messenger and Herald-Standard in Uniontown was completed earlier this week when the marketing and advertising functions of the four newspapers merge.
The Carmichaels Area Women’s Civic Club has selected Carmichaels Area High School seniors Hailey McMillen and Madison Ellsworth as Girls of the Month for November and December, respectively.
Two Mt. Morris men are facing various felony charges following their alleged involvement in the theft of a large amount of copper wire and the destruction of equipment valued at more than $700,000.
A Mount Morris man was charged Wednesday with allegedly sending multiple files of child pornography through email and social media.
The American Heart Association of Greater Pittsburgh and Centerville Clinics are partnering on a free program to combat food insecurity by getting fresh, healthy, nutritious food to the people in Fayette, Greene and Washington counties.
School districts in Washington and Greene counties are working to vaccinate their teachers and other school staff, but it's unclear when enough COVID-19 doses will be available.
To put it mildly, 2020 was a tremendously challenging and difficult year for elected officials and their respective constituents across the nation.