A Woodland Hills basketball player who punched a Peters Township player during a WPIAL playoff game last weekend at California University of Pennsylvania has publicly apologized.
The Bartram House Bakery on Route 19 in Peters Township was targeted by a fast-talking con artist.
Last Saturday, the Woodland Hills Wolverines and the Peters Township Indians showed up at California University of Pennsylvania for the first round of the WPIAL AAAA playoffs.
There was controversy in the WPIAL Basketball Championships over the weekend that might translate into legal trouble for one player. Meanwhile, we give our thoughts on Tuesday night’s boys’ and girls’ First Round games…
By Matt Popchock (firstname.lastname@example.org) With the most coveted hard hat in Washington County within reach, Peters Township goaltender Brian Baker decided a 4′x6′ net just wasn’t safe enough. So, with a blue-collar effort that would […]
One of the most important games of the remaining PIHL Class AAA schedule, which takes place in Southpointe tonight, can be seen on demand by Comcast subscribers.
Police say a man with a gun tried to rob a doctor’s office in Washington County. This happened at the offices of Dr. Oliver Herndon on Waterdam Plaza Drive in Peters Township Monday.
Peters Township police say there are no facts to support allegations that a high school football coach encouraged members of his team to play while injured.
“Mr. High School Sports” – PIHL Game of the Week: North Allegheny (9-4-1) at Peters Township (8-2-3)
Two of the top teams in Class AAA get one last chance before All-Star weekend to jockey for playoff positioning in Southpointe Thursday night.
A coaching controversy in Peters Township drew a huge crowd at Tuesday night’s school board meeting. There are concerns and allegations that many high school football players were compelled to play in games despite serious injuries like concussions.
In Washington County, neighbors say they’ve been told by Peters Township police are keeping a close eye on their neighborhood after vandals when on a spray-painting spree.
Much of the graffiti on houses and vehicles is profane and vulgar.
Thursday is a big night in Class A and Class AA, and Monday was a big night for Canon-McMillan, which honored one of the program’s all-time greats in Southpointe…
An Oakdale man is in custody after he caused his truck to crash into a Peters Township car dealership – allegedly because he had a dispute over the road service protection plan.
We’ll be updating you on all the high school hockey action live from Southpointe tonight as Peters Township hosts Pittsburgh Central Catholic…
We’re live in McMurray for the WPIAL Football Quarterfinals as two Century Conference rivals are reunited…