Geography, turnout will be factors in Tuesdaya s judicial race
Could the Ringgold School Board race have a ripple effect on nominations for two seats on the Washington County bench? Whether to build a new middle school has been a controversial issue in Ringgold, where 14 candidates are seeking nominations as a prelude to the November election, when seven are to be elected.
Belle Vernon Family Suing VFD Over Crash
A Belle Vernon family alleges in a lawsuit that a Rostraver Central Volunteer Fire Department truck did not have its siren activated and ignored a red light when it slammed into a sport utility vehicle on July 4. Members of the Timothy and Jennifer Kolodychak family are seeking unspecified damages against Rostraver Township, its volunteer fire ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
Charleroi police investigating part-time officer
A part-time Charleroi police officer is under investigation after his girlfriend was found in his car with drug paraphernalia.
Thu May 16, 2013
Contract ready for health data exchange
Pennsylvania is set to sign a contract with a Michigan-based information technology contractor to build the backbone of the state's new health communications network, a system that will allow for the exchange of patient data among doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and insurance companies.
Senate passes bill authorizing money for locks and dams
The Army Corps of Engineers is a big step closer to resuming work on the Lower Monongahela's crumbling locks and dams after a U.S. Senate vote Wednesday reauthorizing up to $12.5 billion in water projects over the next decade.
Mon May 13, 2013
05-13-13 - Health Dept. to Issue River Water Advisories Starting May 15
The Allegheny County Health Department will issue water advisories for the 2013 river recreation season beginning Wednesday, May 15, and continuing through Monday, September 30.
Sun May 12, 2013
Sunday Reflections: St. John's Closes Its Doors
By the Rev. Susan Schwartz Since one of the churches that I currently serve is winding down its days, I recently took a look at things old.
Wed May 08, 2013
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Judge finds Monongahela man not guilty in DUI case
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Mon May 06, 2013
Mon City riverfront stage to come alive for first time in decades
MONONGAHELA – Monongahela Councilwoman Claudia Williams couldn't see spending nearly $2 million in tax dollars to restore the city's riverfront stage and then have it continue to serve mostly as a place to fish and feed ducks.
Wed May 01, 2013
Construction worker hit by car in Monongahela
The person was hit by the car shortly before 7:30 a.m. while working in Monongahela at Fourth and Williams streets, according to a Washington County 911 dispatcher.
PennDOT worker hit by car, life-flighted to hospital
A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation employee was life-flighted to Allegheny General Hospital Wednesday morning after being hit by a vehicle in Monongahela.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Signs of the (old) times appearing on Washington and Pennsylvania bicycle trails
There's something about historical highway plaques and markers that are extremely distracting when I'm bicycling through new territory.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Quaint Ferryboat Frederick losing money yet a convenience for riders
FREDERICKTOWN – The ferryboat Frederick pulls from shore, heading toward Fredericktown with a few cars aboard, and, within minutes, another vehicle stops short at the ramp, just missing its chance to cross the Monongahela River on this historic vessel.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Taxpayers subsidizing braces
Any parent can tell you braces are expensive, costing $3,000 to $5,000. But many parents whose kids are on Medicaid do not have to pay a dime for braces.