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Morning Roundup: 4 homes destroyed in Cecil fire
A townhouse in the Lawrence section of Cecil Township, Washington County, erupted in flames just before 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. The fire started in the garage and spread to homes on either side, Cecil Township Fire Chief Noel McMullen said in a statement. Four townhouses along Old Farm Road in...
4 townhouses destroyed in Cecil Township fire
Crews battled a fire at multiple townhouses in Cecil Township.
Father's Day in Washington County: Activities for Dads of All Interests
Father's Day is approaching, and people may be struggling to find the perfect gift for their dads. Instead of a gift, there are Father's Day activities in Washington County that can show dads how special they are. One of the traditional ways to celebrate Father's Day is by taking fathers to a Wild Things baseball game in Washington, PA. Fishing at Cross Creek Lake in Avella, PA, enjoying the beautiful scenery and catching fish with dads, is another activity that can create cherished memories. Camping at Pittsburgh SW KOA in Washington, PA, which offers unique and fun amenities, is perfect for dads who love the great outdoors.
Mt. Lebanon man's death ruled a homicide
The Allegheny County medical examiner’s office said Thursday that the death of a Mt. Lebanon man found dead in his home last month was a homicide. Regis Bonner, 86, died of blunt force trauma to the head, officials said. Last month, Allegheny County police said the May 13 death...
PennDOT's Washington County Maintenance Update Week of June 5, 2023
Uniontown, PA – Washington County Maintenance Manager, Susan Howard, announced the following tentative work plan for the week of June 5, 2023. All maintenance activities are conducted on a weather-permitting and operational basis. During county maintenance work activities, motorists should expect to encounter flaggers, single-lane restrictions, moving operations, and...
Washington Co. DA rules business owner who shot intruder was justified; man shot facing charges
The Washington County District Attorney ruled the business owner who shot an intruder earlier this month was justified. He also filed charges of criminal trespass and terroristic threats against the man who was shot.
2 men accused of robbing T-Mobile store in Bethel Park
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Bethel Park police chief says two men were arrested for robbing a T-Mobile store.The suspects got away with six phones that cost more than $5,000. Store employees tried to stop the two, who police believe are from Maryland, but one of them swung a screwdriver at the workers and got away.Police caught up with them at the Surrey Garden Apartments on Baptist Road.
Man charged in 2021 North Whitehall overdose death, DA and state police say
A man was arraigned on Thursday in a 19-year-old’s 2021 drug overdose death in North Whitehall Township. Dennis Allen Yenser Jr., who court records say lives in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, faces a half-dozen felony and misdemeanor charges. Yenser, 48, was arrested on April 21 in Center Valley, nearly two years...
Lights, Camera, Action: Hollywood's Presence in Southwestern Pennsylvania
Southwestern Pennsylvania has been home to multiple film and television productions due to its unique landscapes. The area offers urban, rural, industrial, small town, and historical settings. Despite this, Greene County doesn't see as many film and television crews as Fayette, Greene, and Allegheny counties. However, the county has had its share of Hollywood productions.
Man taken into custody after SWAT situation in McKees Rocks
A man was taken into police custody following a SWAT situation in McKees Rocks that started late Wednesday night.
License to carry concealed permit event to be held in South Park this weekend
The Allegheny County Sherriff’s Office announced that it will be holding its next satellite license to carry concealed permit event this weekend in South Park.
Whether it's flag football or racing cars, West Allegheny sophomore loves to compete
West Allegheny sophomore Sadie Snatchko loves to compete. Last year, she joined her school's flag football team and has relished her time on the field."The opportunities I get from playing football, I got to play at Acrisure (Stadium). I get to play with all these different schools", Snatchko said. "And then I am also playing on one of the first teams to try to make this a sanctioned sport."Two weeks ago, Snatchko competed in the Western Pennsylvania girls flag football championships along with dozens of other girls, but there's another sport Snatchko has really taken to: race car driving."When I tell...
Whitney Cummingss show in Washington, PA Oct 14th, 2023 – presale password
The Whitney Cummings presale password that we’ve had lots of requests for is finally here 😀. Anyone with a presale info will have a fantastic opportunity to get great show tickets ahead of anyone else!. You may never have another chance like this to see Whitney Cummings’s show in...
W&J students honored with Jonathan Flickinger ’05 Giving Heart Recognition
WASHINGTON, PA (May 23, 2023)—Three Washington & Jefferson College students have been recognized with traits of a giving heart. The Jonathan Flickinger ’05 Giving Heart Recognition was created in 2018 by the Flickinger family with the help of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity as a loving memorial to Jonathan, who passed away unexpectedly in 2017. After graduating from W&J, Jonathan obtained his law degree from Duquesne University. He also was the recipient of the W&J Outstanding Young Alumni Award. Jonathan is equally remembered for the thoughtful and kind acts he did throughout his life, and those who knew him best have said his example drove them to be a better person.
West Liberty DB Transfer Shon Stephens Has Hardship Wavier Denied by NCAA
The NCAA makes the wrong ruling once again.
Route 50 Washington Pike Bridge Extended Weekend Closure June 1-5 in Bridgeville, South Fayette
Final weekend closures for bridge replacement work. PennDOT District 11 is announcing the final extended weekend closure of the Route 50 (Washington Pike) bridge over Chartiers Creek in Bridgeville Borough and South Fayette Township, Allegheny County, will occur Thursday evening through Monday morning, June 1-5 weather permitting. The Route 50...
Monessen woman charged in Westmoreland courthouse bomb threat
A Monessen woman accused of threatening a Westmoreland County judge and children’s bureau employees was charged Tuesday with making a bomb threat at the Greensburg courthouse. Precious Gantt, 39, is facing two counts of terroristic threats and a single charge of bomb threats. Westmoreland County Park Police said Gantt...
Doctor sentenced to 6 months in prison in pain pill scheme
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A Pennsylvania doctor was sentenced to six months in federal prison Thursday for his role in a pain pill prescription scheme. Dr. Brian Gullett also was fined $5,000 and surrendered his medical license. Gullett, 46, of Clarksville, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty last September to a felony...
INDIANA FALLS TO MONTOUR, WILL HEAD EAST FOR PIAA TOURNAMENT
At Washington & Jefferson College yesterday, Cole Fleck’s two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning drove in the winning run as the Montour Spartans downed Indiana, 8-6, in the WPIAL Quad-A Third Place Game. David Gallagher retired the final six batters of the game in two innings of perfect relief.
Cox boys, Princess Anne girls take Class 5 Region A tennis championships
Cox’s boys and Princess Anne’s girls captured Class 5 Region A team tennis championships with triumphs Wednesday afternoon on the First Colonial courts in Virginia Beach. Cox jumped to an early lead and held on to defeat Hickory 5-2. When the Falcons’ boys were finished, many gave vocal support to the Cox girls, who fell 5-1 to a Princess Anne team that has handled all Beach District ...
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