A Brownsville native will be signing her book, "Union Station," at the BARC Heritage Center and Frank L. Melega Art Museum in the Historic Flatiron Building on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Fayette County Community Action Agency Inc. has partnered with Mike Kelly Toyota of Uniontown, St. Vincent de Paul, and the Roman Catholic Churches of Uniontown to hold two Holiday Food Distribution events in outdoor space provided by the Uniontown Mall.
For more than four decades, Washington Christian Outreach has been spreading the gospel and fulfilling the material and spiritual needs of the less fortunate in the community.
The East Dunkard Water Authority is under investigation over the previous board’s management of the troubled water supplier that serves southeastern part of the Greene County.
A local veterans organization is taking part in the national Wreaths Across America, placing wreaths on over 400 veterans’ graves in a Point Marion cemetery.
Board-certified cardiologist Dr. George BouSamra has joined the teams at Penn Highlands Cardiology, 2618 Memorial Boulevard, Connellsville and 1275 South Main Street, Suite 205, Greensburg.
Christina Furlong, a nurse in the labor and delivery unit at Washington Health System’s CARE Center for Family Birth and Women’s Health, delivers joy in more ways than one.
Attorney Mark Mehalov, a lifelong resident of Fayette County and partner and founding member at Zebley, Mehalov & White, P.C, has formally announced his candidacy for judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Fayette County.
Jordan Corcoran stood at the front of the Belle Vernon Area High School auditorium Thursday morning, a bright presentation behind her, and announced, “We are in a mental health crisis.”
The custody, dependency and juvenile hearing officer in the Greene County Courthouse has been charged with felony theft after investigators said she stole more than $22,000 in retainer fees earmarked for another lawyer who had worked at her private law firm.
The hand bell choir at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Uniontown is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special Ringing Nativity.
After three years away, the factory sale of kitchenware from All-Clad Metalcrafters is set to happen Friday and Saturday at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
The past two years were a one-two punch for Habitat for Humanity, but the non-profit is ready to once again to start building from the ground up.