White matter hyperintensities (WMH) are white matter lesions appearing hyperintense in T2-weighted MRI. WMH are common in older adults and have been associated with increased risk of cognitive decline and dementia. Previous efforts have attempted to identify the neuropathologies associated with whole brain WMH burden. However, it is yet to be determined if the relationship between regional WMH burden and age-related neuropathologies is the same, or varies, in different parts of the brain. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to investigate the association between regional WMH burden and neuropathologies in a community cohort of older adults.