Several Waynesburg businesses will be relocating in the coming months. The building containing Tommy Boys Tavern will soon host more than one institution, as Yum Yum Tasty Diner has worked out a lease deal to share the building with the bar.
The annual celebration of Arbor Day will be held Friday, April 28. This celebration is observed throughout Pennsylvania to recognize the importance of planting trees. Arbor Day is the oldest conservation movement, and it draws attention to the conservation of wildlife, from forests to streams.
The Daughters of Grace Choir will present a choral concert, “Ages, Stages, Seasons and Times,” on Friday, April 21, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Greene Valley Presbyterian Church. The concert will feature songs about God’s presence in aspects of one’s lives.
A wooden court house built in the late eighteenth century held all the official business in Waynesburg before the construction of the court house on High Street.
At St. Ann Church on High Street, church members like Roger Bristor, above, at helped cook for and host a spaghetti dinner fundraiser held by Waynesburg University. All proceeds are to go towards a mission trip to Guatemala.
The Mining Technology and Training Center (MTTC) is initiating a New Miner Training Program across Pennsylvania, allowing new miners to learn safe practices and receive certification.
At Washington Highschool, students like Gabriela Garcia and Mason Montgomery drink from water fountains. With old piping going to water fountains and faucets alike, impurities such as lead could endanger students.
The Mason-Dixon line is not just about the Civil War; it is about the travel of two men through Pennsylvania determining state lines. Those men were John Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, the historic establishers of the Mason-Dixon Line.
Thousands of people in the Pittsburgh area flock to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the first day of Steel City Comic Con. They walk in the door and the first thing they see is Darth Vader joined by two Storm Troopers politely conversing with the ticket lady trying to pay their entrance fee. As they turn the corner, Batman and Deadpool are laughing and sharing popcorn and a drink. Entering the exhibit room, Wonder Woman is greeting them and trying to sell various arts and cra…
The local WCCC branch will be closing down after the Spring 2017 semester. The main cause is said to be the drops in enrollment. Only 66 students enrolled last fall. According to officials, nursing majors are to be mainly impacted.
After 18 years of educating students in the Greene County area, the local Westmoreland County Community College [WCCC] branch will be closing following the end of the Spring 2017 semester.
He stands in light brown cowboy boots and a gray suit hangs from his shoulders. As he stands behind the pulpit, he speaks with a loud tone and brings forth a message. A normal Sunday morning for Dale Rexrode, but at one point, it was anything but routine.
Greene County started a new initiative to keep community members active and in touch, and one of the events they have planned for the winter sessions of events is a self-defense course.
Movies, magazines and books—all three cost money and if purchased together, would cost around $50. Thanks to the Bowlby Public Library, the cost of all three is much lower for consumers.
5 Kidz Kandy is known for its sweet treats, so for the Valentine's Day season, they are fully stocked with everything customers may be looking for. From cookies with sayings to customizable candy boxes, they have it all. This way, customers like Blanford Fetterman can feel the love.