The chief editor of the Beaver County Times in western Pennsylvania is moving east to take a new job overseeing three newspapers in the Philadelphia area.
It was a father's dying wish, to see his daughter graduate. His daughter, Brooklyn Kropka-Monroe, was approaching graduation with a heavy heart. Her father, Rod Monroe, in the last stages of cancer, was sent home from the hospital on hospice care. The family feared he might not live to Sunday's commencement. So Martins Ferry School officials agreed to hold Brooklyn's graduation early.
Coal giant Murray Energy expects to lay off more than 1,800 mine workers, most from West Virginia.
Pennsylvania has 122 new state troopers.
Friday's final results from the PIAA track and field championships at Shippensburg University:
The 2015 Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon classic is less than a day away and while the big race may be too much for some, there are other race events to get involved in.
The ascent of Madison Wiltrout as a javelin thrower has been truly remarkable.
Police say a Pennsylvania woman was high on synthetic marijuana with her child dazed and confused in the car.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is studying the plausibility of a tightly crafted medical marijuana proposal.
A pedestrian was killed in a train accident in western Pennsylvania.
A Philadelphia teen has waived his preliminary hearing and will likely plead guilty in connection with the hit-and-run accident that critically injured a Temple University lacrosse player.
By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press A gay couple legally recognized as father and son has gotten a judge to vacate the adoption now that same-sex partners can get married in Pennsylvania.
A trooper investigating a burglary at a western Pennsylvania grocery store fatally shot the suspect who pointed what turned out to be a BB gun at the officer.
It was a hub for fun, food, and entertainment for a number of years in the Ohio Valley. Now all that remains of Ernie's Esquire building has been auctioned off and purchased by a new owner.
Police say an eastern Pennsylvania man has been charged with stealing insurance money that was supposed to cover his son's drug and alcohol treatment.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate remained unchanged in April, breaking a string of three monthly increases, as employers added the biggest one-month gain recorded in Pennsylvania since the recession.
Murray Energy Corp. spokesperson, Gary Broadbent, confirmed there will be layoffs at several of its mines in West Virginia and Ohio.
The Wheeling Civitan Club has named Madison Elementary School their "School of the Year". Ohio County Schools Superintendent Dianna Vargo presented Madison Elementary School Principal Walt Saunders with a plaque at the organization's regular meeting on Wednesday at the WATCH Center in Wheeling. During the meeting, Vargo also recognized the Civitan “Educator of the Year", “Student of the Year”, and “Parent Volunteer of the Year.” Madison teacher Cathy Whorton was named “Educator of the Year” ...
Three court security officers from the Wheeling Federal Building are recipients of awards from the US Marshals Service.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Tim Scott, R-S.C., launched the Prescription Drug Abuse Caucus to raise awareness about prescription drug abuse.