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Greensburg, Pennsylvania is located in Westmoreland County. Zip codes in Greensburg, PA include 15606, 15605, and 15601. The median home price in Greensburg is $108,900 which is roughly $82/per square foot. More Greensburg information.

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2 hrs ago | WPXI

Police: Westmoreland women stole thousands to pay for dog show hobby

Two women are accused of draining thousands of dollars from the life savings of two elderly Derry Township sisters since 2012 to pay expenses related to exhibiting their St. Bernards at dog shows and their personal lives, state police said.


Mon Jul 28, 2014

Century Club: Clara 'Nunny' Franceschini's secrets: Put others first and dress well

Clara "Nunny" Franceschini, who will turn 100 years old Aug. 14, has several recipes for a long life.


Chambersburg Public Opinion

Teens from PA gather for Miss Teen of Pennsylvania finals

The six finalists in the Miss Teen of Pennsylvania competition Sunday at Shippensburg Univeristy were, first row from left, first runner up Cecelia Weingart, Miss Teen of Pennsylvania Julianna Franzino, second runner up Claire Kirsch and, back row from left, Carly DiPietro, Francesca Bower and Emaleigh Mowry.


Sat Jul 26, 2014

The Lebanon Daily News

A look at Gov. Tom Corbett's pension push and what some Pa. voters say about it

Gov. Tom Corbett has been stressing pension reform in recent campaign appearances as he tries to convince voters to give him a second term.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Almanac

seniorWeek of July 23 Senior picnic

Sign up and pay by July 29 for The Hilltopper's day trip to see violinist and entertainer Shoji Tabuchi on Aug. 26 at The Palace Theater, Greensburg.


Sat Jul 19, 2014

UFOs in Cherry Hill: Seeing is believing

"My brother came in and let me know he had observed this craft hovering ten feet off the ground," right there in their backyard.


Fri Jul 18, 2014

Mass Transit

PA: Westmoreland County Transit Authority Chief Resigns

Larry Morris, who has run the transit agency since 1993, will leave his post on Aug. 14 after steering the authority to record ridership numbers and a modernized maintenance system.



Man appeals term Greensburg woman's torture-murder

A defendant who received the shortest sentence in the torture killing of a mentally challenged Pennsylvania woman is appealing the term.


WFMJ-TV Youngstown

Man appeals term in Pa. woman's torture-murder

A defendant who received the shortest sentence in the torture killing of a mentally challenged Pennsylvania woman is appealing the term.


Thu Jul 17, 2014

Cardiac Hill

Pitt Football recruiting: Tony Pilato commits to Pitt

Pitt received their 12th commitment for the class of 2014, when Tony Pilato made the choice to stay with his hometown team.


Wed Jul 16, 2014

Business Journal

Mellon heir donates expansive art collection, estate to Brandywine museum

Richard Scaife, the late publisher of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and heir to the Mellon banking and oil fortune, has left half of his extensive art collection, a 900-acre estate and $15 million to the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art, according to his will.


Fri Jul 11, 2014

Pa. Firefighters on Mission to Save Bell Tower

July 11--Greensburg firefighters are continuing fundraising efforts to repair the bell tower at Hose Company No.


Tue Jul 08, 2014

Business Journal

Excela Health tops hospital immunization for flu

Getting doctors, nurses and others who work in a hospital vaccinated against seasonal flu is a way to prevent spread of the disease to patients.


Mon Jul 07, 2014

Erie Times News

2 jailed on charges they forced boys to smoke pot

A man and woman from western Pennsylvania have been jailed on charges they forced two boys to smoke marijuana until one passed out and the other vomited.


Sat Jul 05, 2014


Scaife dies; went after Bill Clinton

In this Oct. 23, 1997, file photo, billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife, owner and publisher of the Tribune Review newspapers in Pittsburgh and Greensburg, Pa., greets visitors as they enter the paper's new facility in Warrendale, Pa.


Thu Jul 03, 2014

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Seton Hill has new administration, new vision

Seton Hill University's new president has already met with community leaders to continue the strong partnership the college has with the county and city of Greensburg.


Pittsburgh Magazine

The Beat: June's Best Concerts

Carnegie Library Music Hall June 5 Behold Titus Andronicus, that roving army of musicians that earns its ducats playing various assortments of musical genres falling beneath the vague umbrella of "indie."



Walmart's big July 4th lie: This is how it really treats veterans

I'm a disabled Army veteran and former Walmart employee. The company claims it's pro-veteran? Here's the sick truth The Fourth of July is a time to cherish our independence.


Wed Jul 02, 2014

Unique log home highlights Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival

In the 1930s California lumberjack Jim Allen took shelter from a storm in the trunk cavity of a giant redwood.



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