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Emily Petsko/Observer-Reporter Rebecca Skirpan of Hickory, appearing Wednesday at a meeting of Mt.
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Police charged a Washington County couple with sexually assaulting two teenage girls in April and June.
I found the Monday article, “Heroin replacing prescription drugs as choice for addicts” to be dangerously one-dimensional.
Four people accused of torturing a young Washington County woman with disabilities last April have been ordered to stand trial.
A West Virginia prosecutor is investigating a bizarre incidnet involving a Washington County man who, a witness claimed, was seen crawling on his hands and knees nude in Roney's Point while being walked on a leash Tuesday morning by a fully dressed woman.
A Washington man who was accused of participating in the robbery of a delivery driver and later a local convenience store was sentenced to 11 1/2 to 23 months in jail.
If you thought there was a lot of road and bridge work going on the past few years, get ready for more - much more.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal sits in the audience during the welterweight title boxing fight between Amir Khan and Luis Collazo earlier this year in Las Vegas.
CARMICHAELS – The suspect in one of a string of daytime burglaries in Cumberland Township was apprehended Monday morning in on a fugitive warrant in McDonald.
Not so many months ago, prescription painkillers were blamed for most of the drug-related woes in Washington County, from crime to overdoses.
For the last 20 years, Nancy Haney has operated a personal care home in Rices Landing, Greene County, caring for people who can't care for themselves.
Pasquale "Pat" Papalia capped off his Silver Star day, in which he disarmed two enemy mines deep in a Vietnam jungle, by helping to carry out the bodies of more than a dozen fellow soldiers and cover them as best as he could on a makeshift landing pad.
SunnySide Supply, a safety equipment business in Washington County, is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to Marcellus Shale development.
Observer-Reporter In this photo from July 2013, David R. Headley of Springhill Township, Fayette County, displays photos of what he said were security company vehicles that were driven uninvited onto his property.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 08:54 pm
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