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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

Washington News
The playhouse is the thing

Workers assemble the Movie Theater playhouse in advance of CASA for Kids of Washington County's event that starts Monday at Washington Crown Center.

Woman faces jail, 10-plus years of probation for gun theft, drug paraphernalia charge

Shavon Moze, 38, who has lived in both Washington and Cokeburg, was sentenced Thursday to three years in the Intermediate Punishment Program followed by more than a decade of probation for admitting to the theft of firearms from the home of a Washington man.

Washington County community embraces Little Free Libraries project

Luc Belcastro, Jareth Zavola and Dalton Rogers, carpentry students at Western Area Career and Technical Center, load Little Free Libraries they constructed into Community Action Southwest vans.

The Whiskey Rebellion Festival should be supported for the health of downtown Washington.

Earlier this month, participants in a panel discussion on downtown Washington that was sponsored by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce and the Pittsburgh chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties agreed there needed to be more retail offerings in order to draw visitors.

Thermostat Recycling Corp. adds first nonmercury thermostat manufacturers as members

Thermostat Recycling Corp. , Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, has reached a new milestone and welcomes its first non-mercury thermostat manufacturers to its membership - ecobee , Toronto "TRC began decades ago as a volunteer effort initiated by manufacturers wanting to do the right thing and take back their own products in the safest, most proactive way possible," says TRC's Executive Director, Ryan Kiscaden. "With ecobee and Nest Labs joining our organization, they are setting a great example for other companies to follow."

Pittsburgh man faces charges after fleeing from Washington police

The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores.

April 18, 2017Police beat April 19

Charged in crash: David J. Plants, 49, of 306 E. Buffalo Church Road, Washington, was charged Tuesday by state police with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to stay in his lane, reckless and careless driving and failure to notify police stemming from a March 29 rollover crash on Route 40 at East Buffalo Church Road, Buffalo.

Police Beat April 18

Drug arrest: Michael E. Derrow, 27, of 403 Hazel St., Bentleyville, was arrested Saturday by Bentleyville police on charges of possession and possession with intent to deliver marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

Trump talks tough on North Korea, says Kim a gotta behavea

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence looks at the North side from Observation Post Ouellette in the Demilitarized Zone near the border village of Panmunjom, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Monday.

Special summonses possible for death penalty case jurors

Brandon Lee Wolowski is escorted to Central Court by sheriff's deputies for his preliminary hearing in 2013.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued April 16 at 6:27PM EDT expiring...

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U.S. senators say food aid constraints delay help amid famine

In this photo taken Friday, U.S Senators Bob Corker, third right, and Chris Coons, second right, listen to a South Sudanese refugee during a group discussion at the Bidi Bidi refugee settlement in northern Uganda.

Small talk: Culture shock: Business owners need to change their ways

Alex Slater, managing director of Clyde Group, a public relations firm in Washington, is hit with Nerf darts by his employees.

N. Korean official: Ready for war if Trump wants it

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, and Choe Ryong Hae, vice chairman of the central committee of the Workers' Party, arrive for the official opening of the Ryomyong residential area Thursday in Pyongyang, North Korea.

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Angelo and Maj. Virginia Bermeo. will meet from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. April 21 in Kara Alumni Center at California University of Pennsylvania.

Are Oncologists Jumping the Gun with the 21-Gene Assay?

University of Colorado Cancer Center Study uncovers discrepant decision-making for use of 21-gene assay in women with cancer: a Testing occurs in high-risk population, despite current evidence a Non-concordance with NCCN GuidelinesA recommendations a Racial and socio-economic disparities found in testing use Newswise - [FORT WASHINGTON, PA - April 13, 2017] The 21-gene recurrence score assay, Oncotype DX , determines a score that estimates the likelihood of distant recurrence of disease in women with early-stage estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer; this score is used to assess the benefit of adjuvant chemotherapy.

Partners update progress on downtown Washington business incubator

From left, Tori Haring-Smith, president of Washington & Jefferson College; Tom Northrop, publisher of the Observer-Reporter; and Max Miller, director of W&J's entrepreneurial studies program, take questions following their discussion of the Washington Area Business Incubator.

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