As the fall season begins to flourish with its vibrant foliage and splashes of autumn colors throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, a very special festival will soon be held to commemorate and celebrate the historic covered bridges found within Greene and Washington counties.
Greene County is a place where natural beauty meets exceptional culinary experiences. As you explore the lush landscapes and vibrant culture, don’t miss the chance to indulge in the unique and locally-produced dishes that define this charming Appalachian region.
For nearly 70 years, Greene County, Pennsylvania has been home to a very special week-long celebration recognizing the rich coal mining history and heritage of the area and Southwestern Pennsylvania region.
Discover the magic of movies filmed in southwestern PA. Grab your popcorn, find your seat, and immerse yourself in Greene County’s cinema.
Prior to the glaciers, the ancestral Monongahela River flowed from present day north-central West Virginia across Pennsylvania and northwest Ohio.
Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Now is the time to be planning how to shower your significant other with love. Go all out or keep it simple. Greene County has plenty of local options to choose from whether you are looking for a fun activity to do together, enjoy a delicious treat, or to pick up the perfect present.
Christmas lights, parades, and Santa himself seem to be everywhere in Greene County as we gear up for Christmas over the next few weeks. Take a break from shopping and fill up on wholesome holiday festivities that the whole family can enjoy!
Small town libraries are like the loving literary auntie that every family depends on to make learning a great adventure for kids of all ages. Kids can find themselves in another world within the pages of books found at the library.
For more than a century, one advertising campaign used an unusual medium to feature the same message: “Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco: Treat Yourself to the Best.” The ad and accompanying slogan – painted on barn sides first regionally, then across the country – was the marketing campaign of the Bloch Brothers Tobacco Company of Wheeling, West Virginia.