With summer officially behind us, it’s time to wait for the one true symbol of fall: changing leaves.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise, the number of hospitals and health systems requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for employees is growing.
Students at California University of Pennsylvania volunteered to hand knit blankets for refugees from Afghanistan who have come to live in Pittsburgh.
A Fayette County man charged with threatening an African American man last month at a Cumberland Township business was ordered to stand trial during his recent preliminary hearing.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro met with workers at Greenbriar Treatment Center in North Strabane to discuss how a recent multi-billion dollar settlement with pharmaceutical companies can help them fight the opioid epidemic that continues to claim lives.
A viral TikTok challenge that encourages students to vandalize school property is sweeping across the United States, and kids in schools in Washington, Greene, and Fayette counties are participating.
With the end of the federal moratorium on evictions, state and local officials are asking tenants and landlords alike to make use of Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funding.
The registration deadline is Sept. 30 for those age 75 and older in the 51st Legislative District to sign up for a birthday celebration and expo held by state Rep. Matthew Dowling, R-Uniontown.
A Uniontown man who accidentally shot himself while not being legally permitted to have a firearm has pleaded guilty to gun charges in federal court.
Fayette County's two hospitals have seen a rise in COVID-19 patients recently, but neither are experiencing serious issues finding beds for those who need care.