Sarris Candies of Canonsburg has produced tons of chocolate over the past half century. But this is a new one.
The annual Fourth Of July parade is Canonsburg always draws thousands of spectators and this year was no exception.
Placing chairs along the parade route is a Fourth of July tradition in Canonsburg, but choosing your front row seat a week ahead of time will now cost you that chair.
A 2-year-old boy died Monday evening after being pulled unresponsive from a swimming pool in Washington County.
A Washington County man accused of chaining up his girlfriend’s son for refusing to eat dinner has waived his case straight to trial.
Police say a man chained up an 11-year-old boy so that he couldn’t move from the table when he refused to eat his dinner.
Police are at a Washington County home where a grenade was found.
A convicted felon is back in jail after his home was raided Friday morning.
Zackary Dawson has filed a lawsuit against California University of Pennsylvania claiming that he lost an opportunity to go from part-time instructor to full-time status at the school because of his guard duty.
A doctor who worked as a part-time professor at California University of Pennsylvania sued the state-owned school Thursday, saying he was illegally terminated because of time he missed fulfilling his service commitments to the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.
Former teen idol Johnny Tillotson visited Washington County Friday to announce the names of 14 inductees to the Pop Music Hall of Fame in Canonsburg.
A 19-year-old man survived a shooting along a walking trail in Washington County.
An Indiana University of Pennsylvania student from Washington County was hospitalized with critical injuries over the weekend after he was hit by a car near campus.
In a 7-1 vote, it was decided to limit chairs placed along the street to save spots for the popular Fourth of July Parade. Instead of just days before the parade, chairs had been going up as much as two weeks before.
It’s the 50th anniversary of the Canonsburg Fourth of July parade. With 157 units participating, it’s a far cry from the first march through town, 50 years ago.