Apr 13, 2013
Memorial moved to marinea s final resting place
But for nearly 46 years, a 360-pound stone marker at Camp Timberlake in Washington County has commemorated Hevle's life, cut short when he died April 8, 1967, in the jungles of South Vietnam.
Police beat March 15
Faces charges: Jimmy L. Ritenour, 35, of 16 Junction B, Ellsworth, was charged this week by Beallsville police with driving under the influence of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, careless driving, and traffic violations stemming from a Feb.
Ryan campaigns for coal votes in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania
Campaigning in the heart of coal country Saturday, vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan made a direct play for the voters in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio whose livelihoods depend on energy production by charging that President Obama is waging a "war on coal." "Over a hundred coal plants are scheduled to close costing us thousands of jobs.
Farmers market more than just food
Those who drive by the Greene County Courthouse Wednesdays when the Waynesburg Farmers Market is happening on Church Street will see a line of signs proclaiming 15-minute parking for up to six vehicles at a time in front of the courthouse.
No time machine was needed for those who attended Scott Solo and Timothy Sheets' open house last Thursday.