The fire chief in Charleroi says the latest fire there is not suspicious after all. Chief Bob Whiten Jr. says the fire Thursday afternoon started with a home remedy to try to reduce swelling after oral surgery.
Charleroi Police say 69-year-old Margaret Dillard told them her 49-year-old boyfriend hit her and chased her around the house, so she grabbed the knife which had an eight-inch blade and stabbed him in self-defense.
A Washington county homeowner is being forced to move after the borough of Charleroi condemned her house. Brenda Kyle says she can’t believe what’s happening. She says she pays her taxes and mortgage and now they’re taking her home away.
Nedra Giovannelli and her husband were visiting their daughter in Virginia for Mother’s Day when they got the call that their home on Fayette City Road in Perry Township had been burglarized.
Crews battled a house fire overnight in Washington County.
Thousands of dollar worth of heroin was recovered following a police chase and crash in Washington County.
A Washington County business was damaged in an early Wednesday morning fire.
A Washington County man has been found guilty of murdering his teenage girlfriend more than three decades ago.
The trial is under way for a man accused of killing his teenage girlfriend nearly 34 years ago and the man convicted of helping to cover up the crime is testifying against him.
Former Congressman Frank Mascara, who passed away last weekend at the age of 81, was laid to rest today in Washington County.
A man was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital after he was struck by a Norfolk Southern train in Washington County.
Overnight storms caused some flooding issues in Allegheny and Washington counties Monday morning.
Charleroi police say 90-year-old Helen Pansino was hit by a Mon Valley Transit Bus near her Crest Avenue home around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
A car reportedly hit the motorcycle near the intersection of Fifth Street and Crest Avenue in Charleroi around 10 p.m. on Monday.
Double-M Pizza in Charleroi was robbed late Saturday night and owner, Mark Miller, has a plan to fight back.