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Greene County

Greene County was formed on February 9, 1796, from part of Washington County.  Named after General Nathanael Greene, its county seat is Waynesburg.  Greene County is the home of the country’s oldest continuing fair, the Jacktown Fair, first held in 1866.  Another popular Greene County fair is the Covered Bridge Festival which is a heritage tourism partnership with Washington County that celebrates the architectural heritage of covered bridges.  Covered Bridges symbolize small-town America to many people because they are a little archaic and strange to modern eyes.  In a fast-paced day of Interstate Highways and technology, covered bridges lure the explorer to find the little streams and dirt roads that the 21st century mostly rushes past.

Pennsylvania lawyers practicing law in Greene County specialize in various niches of the law, including areas like bankruptcy law, employment law, personal injury law, immigration, family law, medical malpractice law, workers compensation law, and even criminal law.  Criminal law involves, logically enough, crimes committed by one party against another and are broken up into two subsets:  felonies and misdemeanors.  Felonies are larger offenses that typically result in harsher punishments.  Misdemeanors are smaller offenses that yield sentences that are not quite as harsh.  It is recommended that defendants retain one of the many experienced Pennsylvania lawyers practicing criminal law to represent them no matter which type of crime they have been accused of committing.

One common area of law for which Pennsylvania residents in Greene County often need the assistance of a good Pennsylvania lawyer is that of asbestos law.  Asbestos actually refers to a number of naturally occurring, fibrous silicate minerals mined for their useful properties such as thermal insulation, chemical and thermal stability, and high tensile strength.  Asbestos is utilized in many different manufactured goods such as roofing shingles, ceiling and floor tiles, paper and cement products, textiles, coatings, and friction products such as automobile clutch, brake and transmission parts, fire proofing and other building materials.  Asbestos consists of microscopic fibers that typically become airborne when materials containing asbestos are damaged or disturbed.  When that occurs, people can inhale the fibers, which can cause a wide range of significant health problems–problems for which Pennsylvania lawyers specializing in asbestos lawsuits can help you get restitution.

Despite the fact they knew about the dangers from asbestos exposure for several decades, companies withheld information, downplayed the dangers, and ignored the issues at every turn.  Only after a series of successful lawsuits in the early 1970s–some pursued by groundbreaking Pennsylvania lawyers–were those companies forced to admit their awareness and responsibility.  Those first lawsuits paved the way for modern asbestos litigation.  Contact one of the many fine Pennsylvania lawyers skilled in practicing asbestos litigation today.  They’ll get you on the right track to receiving the financial support you deserve.  You do not have to suffer in silence.

Pennsylvania law provides for four types of incorporated municipalities:  cities, boroughs, townships, and, rarer cases, towns.  Below are listed the cities, boroughs and townships located in Greene County:


  • Carmichaels
  • Clarksville
  • Greensboro
  • Jefferson
  • Rices Landing
  • Waynesburg


  • Aleppo Township
  • Center Township
  • Cumberland Township
  • Dunkard Township
  • Franklin Township
  • Freeport Township
  • Gilmore Township
  • Gray Township
  • Greene Township
  • Jackson Township
  • Jefferson Township
  • Monongahela Township
  • Morgan Township
  • Morris Township
  • Perry Township
  • Richhill Township
  • Springhill Township
  • Washington Township
  • Wayne Township
  • Whiteley Township

Census-designated places

Census-designated places are not actual jurisdictions under Pennsylvania law, but are compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau in order to compile demographic data.  Other unincorporated communities, such as villages, are sometimes categorized here as well.

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