The Uniontown Rotary Club could not hold its annual luncheon to celebrate the 63rd B'nai B'rith Sports Awards this year due to concerns for the coronavirus pandemic but honorees are still being recognized and presented plaques.
Brownsville Area School District
One Falcon Dr. Brownsville, PA 15417
Brownsville Borough, Redstone Township, Luzerne Township, Brownsville
Andy Assad, R.W. "Rocky" Brashear, Terrell Clark, Ronald Dellarose, Andy Dorsey, Richard Gates, John Harvey, Gary Seelye, Cheryl Terravecchia
School board meetings:Â Voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held the Monday prior at the same time and place.
Dr. Philip J. Savini Jr.
Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, (724) 437-2799, Uniontown
The Fayette County sports community is mourning the loss of Lawrence Donald "Bobby" Locke who passed away on Thursday at the age of 86.
Memorial Day weekend not only designates the unofficial beginning of summer, but it's also the time the PIAA holds its annual state track & field meet at Shippensburg University.
Brownsville Athletic Director Skooter Roebuck started to get the feeling the spring sports season would not happen as he saw other levels cancel their seasons.
SHIPPENSBURG -- Gionna Quarzo was all smiles Saturday morning when she crossed the finish line without anyone chasing her, successfully defending her gold medal in a PIAA record time of 10:25.91.
Wayne Gemas was a standout football and baseball player at Brownsville High School in the early 1950s, but, unfortunately his athletic career was cut short in college due to injury.
Andy Hedrick wasn't around the last time Connellsville happened to be in a boys basketball section with Fayette County rivals Albert Gallatin and Laurel Highlands.
California baseball coach Lou Pasquale, Frazier softball coach Don Hartman and Laurel Highlands boys basketball coach Rick Hauger earned top honors in the Tri-CADA Coach of the Year voting.
As most of the reading public settled in to whatever has become its normal Sunday morning routine, I would've been somewhere between dragging my tired, old body out of bed to dragging my tired, old body up Interstate 40 East.
After Ramont Small was hired as Brownsville's new football coach he wasn't about to slowly work his way in to what has been a struggling program.
The Fayette County Coaches Association takes pride in recognizing local athletes with a banquet at the end of each sports season. Football and volleyball players are honored in the fall, boys and girls basketball players in the winter and baseball and softball players in the spring.
The news spread quickly on Thursday morning and it was horrible for everyone holding out hope that there would be a spring varsity sports season of some kind despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uniontown’s Mya Murray had many opportunities to play basketball at a prep school throughout her time in high school, but the Lady Red Raider senior remained committed to her hometown and recently wrapped up an outstanding career.
No freshman player in Fayette County had received as much preseason hype as Rodney Gallagher, but the Laurel Highlands’ star lived up to the pressure in helping lead the Mustangs to their first WPIAL Championship in 52 years.
When Brownsville's baseball team left for Florida it was aware of the COVID-19 epidemic, but little did the Falcons realize how rapidly the situation throughout the entire country would change during their stay.
Washington & Jefferson junior Alie Seto and Waynesburg sophomore Brooke Fuller were the lone two Presidents' Athletic Conference women's basketball players named to the 2020 Division II All-ECAC teams.
Today was the day when baseball, softball, track & field and lacrosse athletes were officially permitted to take to fields and stadiums across the land, and officially record hits, runs, goals, times and distances.