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.
Several hundred people were left without water in Washington County well into the night Tuesday because of several water main breaks.
More than 40 quarter horses were rescued from a farm in Canonsburg. The animals were abandoned. The horses are suffering from worms. Some of them have eye problems and others have ear and hoof problems.
Just in time for summer, Sarris Candies reopened its ice cream parlor today in Canonsburg.
Drive down the main street of Canonsburg, East and West Pike Street, and you can’t help but notice an unusual and somewhat personal banner.
Three men are in police custody following an early morning home invasion and standoff that sent the SWAT team to Washington County.
The body of a missing woman from Washington County was discovered early this morning in a vehicle parked in parking lot in Westmoreland County.
A 43-year-old woman from Washington County disappeared on Saturday and her family is worried. Murphy Jane Hickerson lived with her mother, Delores Hickerson, a retired school teacher, in Canonsburg.
His music suggests that he is pure Pittsburgh, and now rapper Wiz Khalifa is a homeowner in Washington County.
A tractor-trailer hauling dirt overturned on Interstate 79 in Washington County.
About 100 friends and relatives stood on the bank of Canonsburg Lake for a candlelight vigil honoring a 21-year-old who drowned there over the weekend.
Sarris Candies, the landmark candy company in Washington County, is reopening its doors today about one month after a fire closed the store and ice cream parlor.
A Pennsylvania state trooper has been suspended without pay and is now facing charges in connection with a head-on crash in Erie County that left one man dead.