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A cool Hot Diggity Dog Days
CANONSBURG – The 101st anniversary of a luminary's birth almost never grabs the hoopla that greets the 100th, and things were a little bit cooler at this year's Hot Diggity Dog Days festival in Canonsburg.
4 hrs ago
A network widens its scope
Don Hodor, founder and executive director of Southpointe Chamber of Commerce and Marcellus Shale Chamber, has established an office in The George Washington hotel in Washington for his latest networking organization, the Washington County Business Association.
Sat May 18, 2013
No more political correctness
We are all created equal but that's where it ends. Our lives are shaped by our family, friends, government, religions and yes, even the press.
And you are coming along, too
Next week, my wife and I will host a Brazilian broadcast journalist as part of the Rotary Foundation's Group Study Exchange program.
Thu May 16, 2013
Legionella Detected At VA Outpatient Facility In Washington County
According to a press release from Sterling Medical Corporation, it was detected in the water system of the outpatient clinic at Washington Crown Center Mall in Washington, Pa.
Solomon sentencing delayed
Mike Jones/Observer-Reporter Former East Washington police chief Donald Solomon, foreground, enters federal court in Pittsburgh for his sentencing Thursday.
Wed May 15, 2013
Washington Co. commissioners take wait-and-see approach to Fredericktown ferry
Fayette County may be poised to end its participation later this year in what has been a joint venture with Washington to provide the Fredericktown ferry service, but a Washington County official said he hasn't officially heard.
Tue May 14, 2013
Mon May 13, 2013
Commissionersa alleged contempt off table for now in reassessment case
Washington County has extended by two weeks its request for proposals from vendors seeking to perform a reassessment, and a contempt-of-court hearing that was scheduled next month is now categorized as a “status conference.” Proposals from the vendors had been due Friday, but the county sought the extension to May 31 because of ... (more)
No contempt hearing for commissioners June 4
Washington County has extended its request for proposals from vendors seeking to perform a countywide property reassessment to May 31, and a contempt-of-court hearing that was scheduled next month is now categorized as a “status conference.” Proposals from the vendors had been due May 17, but the county sought the two-week extension ... (more)
Sun May 12, 2013
Frank D. Efaw, 49, of 104 Warren St., Bentleyville; reckless endangerment, first offense of DUI; charged Aug.
Sat May 11, 2013
Courthouse glows through highs, lows
Many courtroom dramas have been playing out lately at 1 S. Main St. in Washington, but the real star of these scenes has been that venerable grande dame, the Washington County Courthouse.
Fri May 10, 2013
Fired exec charges firm tracked job applicants' private lives
A former senior executive of a pharmaceutical research firm is suing the company, claiming he was fired for taking a stand against its alleged practice of scrutinizing intimate details of job applicants' personal lives.
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WeiserMazars LLP Names Vincent Burke Partner-in-Charge of Pennsylvania Office
May 9, 2013 - WeiserMazars LLP has announced that Vincent R. Burke will lead its Pennsylvania practice as Partner-in-Charge of the Philadelphia office beginning April 30, 2013.
Thu May 09, 2013
Weirton Daily Times
States gain as W.Va. loses in casinos
Things are looking up for most of the nation's commercial casinos, as gambling revenue increased by nearly 5 percent to $37.3 billion last year, according to the annual survey of casinos by the American Gaming Association.
Man wanted in two armed robberies turns himself in
A Washington man wanted for shooting a convenience store clerk in the leg during a robbery and robbing another store has turned himself in to police.
Charges Held Against Woman Involved in Bridgeville Drug Bust
The following is an update on court cases heard by District Judge Maureen McGraw-Desmet on May 6. McGraw-Desmet oversees Bridgeville and Collier Township.
Wed May 08, 2013
Women charged with heroin possession
Two women face charges including possession of heroin after one of them overdosed in a South Strabane Township parking lot Monday afternoon.
Two Men Charged With DUI in Upper St. Clair
Magisterial District Judge Robert Wyda heard two Upper St. Clair DUI cases this week.
New super pleased with park, visitors
New Thompson Park superintendent J.C. Blackhurst said his first month on the job has been a success, at least based on what he's heard from the public.