A Fayette County church is celebrating its 250th anniversary with a special service this coming Sunday.
For the 10th year, the George Washington Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is participating in the Wreaths Across America project, in conjunction with the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
With Halloween just around the corner, several frighteningly fun events have been announced throughout Greene County guaranteed to entertain boys, girls and “ghouls” of all ages.
The JARI Procurement Technical Assistance Center’s Southwestern Pennsylvania subcenter is holding a free webinar for businesses in Fayette and surrounding counties.
The last day to request a civilian mail-in or absentee ballot is Oct. 27, and Washington and Greene county elections offices are staying open until 5 p.m. that day to handle any last-minute applications. Unexpected illness or absence after that can only be handled on an emergency basis. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Pennsylvania reported the highest single-day number of new COVID-19 cases Friday since the pandemic was first noticed in the state in March.
A proposal from Gov. Tom Wolf to waive next year’s liquor license fee is being viewed as a “lifeline” by some restaurant owners, while others say it falls well short of what is needed to keep them afloat during the pandemic.
Pennsylvania reported one of the highest numbers of new COVID-19 cases Thursday since the pandemic began in March, partly due to a delay in reporting from a laboratory.
A Republic man was jailed after he allegedly fled state police on a dirt bike while under the influence of narcotics in Redstone Township at about 2 a.m. Thursday.
A Uniontown Girl Scouts troop co-leader connected scouts to new opportunities and to one another during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bar and restaurant owners say they’re struggling to enforce all of Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 restrictions at their establishments, especially the guidelines requiring customers to wear facemasks whenever they’re not seated.
A Greene County man is in custody on accusations he threw a large metal hammer through the windshield of a parked Donora police cruiser early Wednesday.
No new COVID-19 deaths were reported in Fayette or Greene counties Wednesday, while Washington County saw two and Allegheny County recorded 10 additional fatalities associated with the disease.