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Washington is located in the southwestern region of Pennsylvania. Washington was first settled by many immigrants from Scotland and Northern Ireland, as well as former colonists from the colony Virginia. Washington County was the first county in the nation named in honor of President George Washington. The town of Washington was the site of the famous "Whiskey Rebellion" of 1791, which was one of the first rebellions symbolizing the issues between the federal government and the Constitution.

Population: 15268
Local Newspapers: Observer Reporter Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Local Sports Teams: Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Washington & Jefferson College

Zip Codes associated with washington, pennsylvania: 15012 15301 15613 15840
Towns/Cities near washington, pennsylvania : McGovern Green Hills Wolfdale Canonsburg Houston Thompsonville McMurray

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Details: Toys 'R' Us liquidation means retail losses in Pittsburgh region

Two months after Toys 'R' Us announced four stores in the Pittsburgh area would be among 182 stores closed, the retailer lowered the boom on the remainder of the stores Thursday, with the news that the children's products retailer would be liquidating all of its remaining stores.

Police Beat March 15

Man charged: Robert Cucchiorini, 48, of 220 Brokaw Ave., Donora, is charged by borough police with making terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness, court records show.

Police in two northern Washington communities charge parents with child endangerment

A Burgettstown mother and a father from Beaver County were each charged with endangering the welfare of children by police in two northern Washington County communities in connection with separate vehicle crashes in January.


Conor Lamb, the Democratic candidate for the March 13 special election in Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District celebrates with his supporters at his election night party in Canonsburg, Pa., early Wednesday, March 14, 2018.

High and Greene streets in Waynesburg to be repaved starting this spring

High and Greene streets in Waynesburg Borough as well as Route 19/21 through Morrisville in Franklin Township will all get a much-needed new coat of blacktop this year.

Police Beat March 14

Two face charges: Virginia Gale Smith, 36, of 155 Sunset Drive, Washington, and Dwayne C. Adams, 42, of 334 Ross Road, Eighty Four, face charges stemming from an incident Monday night in the 500 block of Giffin Avenue.

Albany Girl snaps Camera Lady's win streak

WASHINGTON, PA, March 13, 2018 -- Albany Girl brushed wide through the lane and held off the late surge of Camera Lady to capture Tuesday's $20,000 Filly & Mare Not Listed Preferred/Preferred Handicap Pace at Albany Girl was third over for Tony Hall and moved three-wide into the final turn, with Camera Lady right on her back. The 5-year-old daughter of -Twin B Beachbaby was a nose better than her rival at the wire, scoring in 1:54.3 over a "good" surface.

Man accused of running from North Strabane police

A man who allegedly tried to run from North Strabane Township police Friday afternoon after giving them a fake name reportedly told officers he knew there were warrants for his arrest.

Trump axes Tillerson, names CIA's Pompeo chief US Diplomat

President Donald Trump has "total confidence" in Mike Pompeo, his new pick for Secretary of State.

The Latest: Saccone says he'd be Trump's Washington wingman

Democratic candidate Conor Lamb laughs during a rally with the United Mine Workers of America, Sunday, March 11, 2018, at the Greene County Fairgrounds in Waynesburg, Pa.

Testicular Cancer Survivors Need Adequate Screening for Long Term Heart Disease Risks

FORT WASHINGTON, PA [March 13, 2018] - Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men and the great majority of patients are cured of their disease [1] , but a newly-published study shows many remain at risk for later complications from chemotherapy or other treatments. The study in JNCCN Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network confirms that testicular cancer survivors are more likely to develop high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity, which can significantly increase their risk of heart disease.

Jobless rates falls in Washington, steady in Greene

Washington County's unemployment rate dropped to 5.0 percent in January, while Greene's held steady at 5.7, according to figures released Tuesday by the state Department of Labor & Industry.

Washington woman accused of stealing from Canton club

State police charged a Washington woman with theft after she allegedly stole more than $6,200 from a Canton Township club while serving as the financial secretary.

Washington receives education grant

Washington School District received a $6,430 grant from Washington County Community Foundation and its Educational Improvement Organization Fund for the district's technology program.

Take Us Along

Fuzzy and Sue Fazzolari of Hickory and Leeanne and Brad Strimel of McDonald took the O-R along on vacation to the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

ExtraOrdinary People: Dixon helps make wishes come true for seniors

Meeting at Transitions Healthcare in Washington are, from left, Twilight Wish director Cherie Dixon; Donna Connolly, volunteer; Dan Wolfe, volunteer; Richard Pinson, who was granted a wish; Marie Guarascio, volunteer, and Rosemarie Pryzbzy and Bonnie Gump, who were granted wishes.

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