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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
Talking farm-to-table

Farm-to-table is a movement that promotes serving local products, preferably food and beverages acquired directly from a producer. Many Northwest Arkansas restaurants are all-in on the movement and purchasing ingredients from local farmers' markets and small producers around the region.

League of Women Voters elects not to disband or join northern neighbor

Joyce Blackburn, second from right, discusses the fate of the League of Women Voters of Washington County Thursday in the conference room at the Transitional Paths to Independent Living headquarters in Washington.

Ex-tenant sues 15 N. Main's owners over building collapse

Nathan Engott is led from the rubble following his rescue from a collapsed building on North Main Street in Washington last year.

Building on faith

The Rev. George Garancosky; Kim Ahrens, office assistant; Gayle Stahlman, office manager; and Dr. Jeffrey C. Diedrich, discipleship pastor, take a look at the new multipurpose room, where the church youth groups congregate and which can be divided by room partitions.

Vacation Bible school

First Baptist Church, 210 Front Street, Midway, will hold Vacation Bible School from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 10-14.

Class reunions

Trinity High School Class of 1948 will celebrate its 70-year reunion at noon on Aug. 24 at Tower Restaurant, located on West Chestnut Street in Washington.

Effects of mine subsidence not all visible above ground

Daniel Bain, assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Geology and Environmental Science, shows an example of longwall mining and why it could have an impact on waterways during a presentation on "Hydrologic Balance and Longwall Mining."

Come join us at the Teen Center's new location

Dr. Mary Jo Podgurski is the founder and director of the Washington Health System Teen Outreach.

Flood Advisory issued May 16 at 6:49PM EDT expiring May 16 at 8:45PM EDT in effect for: Washington

PAC125-170045- /O.NEW.KPBZ.FA.Y.0026.180516T2249Z-180517T0045Z/ /00000.N.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.OO/ Washington PA- 649 PM EDT WED MAY 16 2018 The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Urban and Small Stream Flood Advisory for... Central Washington County in southwestern Pennsylvania... * Until 845 PM EDT. * At 649 PM EDT, Doppler radar indicated heavy rain due to thunderstorms.

In veiled shot at Trump, Tillerson warns democracy at risk

In this March 6, 2018, file photo, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks about the relationship between the U.S. and countries in Africa, at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.

Lakeisha Hall soars over $500,000 in earnings

WASHINGTON, PA, May 15, 2018 -- Lakeisha Hall blew by Medusa in the Lightning Lane to capture Tuesday's $20,000 Filly & Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at -Lantana Hall, as she soared over $500,000 in career earnings for trainer Ron Burke and owners Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Jack Piatt II. Lakeisha Hall and Medusa have been on a collision course for the past two months, clashing first in the Blue Chip Matchmaker Series at Yonkers and more recently in the Chip Noble at Miami Valley.

Our luggage earned more frequent-flier miles than we did

Kristin Emery is a meteorologist at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, an O-R columnist, and writer for Total Health magazine and other publications.

Police Beat May 16

Wallet stolen: Rebecca Richards of Castle Shannon told Canonsburg police Monday her wallet was grabbed out of the hands of her 3-year-old son while she was at Rite Aid, 601 W. Pike St. She said the wallet contained her identification and $68.

Master Gardeners to hold workshops

Penn State Extension's Master Garden Gardening Partners Program will present "Creating a Garden Journal with Quality Photographs," at Premier Washington Health Center, 36 Old Hickory Ridge Road, Washington at 2 p.m. Saturday.

O'Neal 'flips' 48th District in special election; faces rematch with Mitchell in November

Republican Tim O'Neal cracked the 4,000-vote threshold in Washington County's 48th Legislative District, according to unofficial returns from the Washington County elections office, and declared victory.

Main Street Farmers Market opens Thursday with new vendors

It's a year of firsts for Christopher Banco of Prosperity, who is reviving farmland that's been in his family for generations but hasn't produced since the early 1970s.

College news

Morgan Eytcheson of Canonsburg won first place in the Undergraduate Student Poster Competition at the 13th Annual Women in Mathematics, Science and Technology Program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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