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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
Notices for Nov. 23

Waynesburg University's Department of Fine Arts will showcase a collection of student artwork Monday through Dec. 8. The art show, which includes drawings, functional ceramic pieces, jewelry, prints and sculptures, will be held in the Benedum Fine Arts Gallery and opens with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday.

Man allegedly fires gun in Chartiers Township bar bathroom

A Washington man is facing a felony charge after allegedly firing a gun in the bathroom of a Chartiers Township bar early Sunday morning.

Shoe drive continues

The Washington Salvation Army Teens in Action group recently decorated Christmas trees at Famous Footwear locations in Washington and Meadow Lands.

Charges withdrawn

Charges of theft and receiving stolen property filed by Chartiers Township police in June against Dorris Debnar, 245 Washington Trails Road, Washington, were withdrawn earlier this month by Washington County District Attorney Gene Vittone for lack of prosecutorial merit.

Goodtogo Hanover repeats

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 21, 2017 -- Goodtogo Hanover stalked Windsong Magic from the pocket, then roared through the Lightning Lane for Jim Pantaleano to capture Tuesday's harness racing feature, a $13,000 Filly & Mare Conditioned Trot, at Windsong Magic withstood the first-over assault by Glidinthruparadise but was no match for Goodtogo Hanover, who prevailed in 1:56.3. Delcrest Magicstar also shot the Lightning Lane but fell a nose short while Windsong Magic saved show.

Holiday Market set for second year

This year's Holiday Market will fill the senses with Christmas spirit, from the songs of carolers and the hustle and bustle of downtown shoppers to the smell of steaming hot chocolate, the taste of melt-in-your-mouth kettle corn, and the glow of white lights strung along the Community Pavilion on South Main Street in Washington.

Climbing Costs for Treating Breast Cancer Poised to Strain Medicare in the Near Future

FORT WASHINGTON, PA [November 21, 2017] - With cancer care costs projected to increase 32% from 2010 to 2020, researchers are working to determine the main drivers of costs for treating breast cancer. Breast cancer accounted for the highest proportion of the $124.6 billion in Medicare money spent on cancer care in 2010 [1] .

Will New Use Tax Laws Kill Tax Free Shopping?

Recently, Scott Peterson, Vice President of U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations for Avalara , conducted a Facebook Live Chat to discuss use tax laws and shipping. This is a topic CPAs and accountants should know more about - not only to educate their clients, but also to help build a sales tax niche for their own practices.

Washington faces 2018 budget deficit

During last week's council meeting, Councilman Joe Manning said the numbers are "a few hundred thousand short of where we need to be."

NCCN, in Collaboration with Pfizer, Awards Nine Grants for Quality Improvement in Breast Cancer Care

FORT WASHINGTON, PA [November 20, 2017] - The National Comprehensive Cancer Network Oncology Research Program and Pfizer Global Medical Grants today announced they have awarded funding to nine projects that use clinical care pathways to implement quality improvement initiatives along the continuum of care for underserved patients with breast cancer. Some of the selected projects examine care choices, including how to optimize chemotherapy delivery, manage symptoms, adhere to guidelines, improve clinical pathways, and utilize shared decision-making.

Western Terror mare in 20th win this year

WASHINGTON, PA, Nov. 20, 2017 -- Surviving a brutal 26.1 opening panel, Safe From Terror won for the 20th time this year in Monday's $18,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at When Jim Pantaleano eschewed an early seat for Safe From Terror, she continued outside well past the quarter before making the top. But when Medusa pulled the pocket into the final turn and seemed sure to sail by, Safe From Terror dug deep and downed her by a neck in 1:51.4. Miss Mady finished third.

Police Beat Nov. 20

Escapes injury: Shawn Hancher, 51, of Washington, escaped injury Saturday night when his northbound vehicle crashed into guard rails in the 200 block of McKee Road, Buffalo, state police said.

Dems choose Conor Lamb in bid to 'flip' 18th District Congressional seat

Conor Lamb, democratic nominee for the special election in the 18th Congressional District, greets well-wishers after the second round of balloting Sunday at Washington High School.

Treasury chief a Bond villain? Mnuchin OK with comparison

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, right, and wife Louise Linton hold up a sheet of new $1 bills, the first currency notes bearing his and U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza's signatures Wednesday at Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington.

McDonald police get warrant for man who tried to shoot brother

A McDonald man is wanted on charges including aggravated assault and reckless endangerment after his alleged attempt to shoot his brother Saturday morning failed when the gun jammed.

Notices

Calvin United Presbyterian Church, 307 Spring St., Washington, will host a Thanksgiving Eve service at 7 p.m., Wednesday in conjunction with Pleasant View U.P. Church.

Police Beat

Mischief charge: Rece Andrew Henneman, 20, of Clarksville, was charged Wednesday by California police with criminal mischief after he allegedly broke a mirror off a vehicle Oct. 21 in the 500 block of Second Street.

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