The 2021 Angel F. Miranda Achievement Award was presented to Julia Trusnovic, a Bethel Park High School student who has demonstrated leadershi…
The 11th annual event returns for 2021 to raise money for recreation in Bethel Park.
The nearly half-century-old agency continues to offer assistance to young people and their parents with a staff of highly qualified counselors.
State Police troopers join local officers in assisting students with a back-to-school shopping spree, courtesy of the department store.
The Rotary Club of Upper St. Clair-Bethel Park (Breakfast) hosts the weekly event, featuring about two dozen vendors.
Al Reiber, Patti Spadaro and Alex Talbot pay tribute to the Grateful Dead guitarist Garcia on the day he would have turned 79.
The municipality of Bethel Park is beginning its fall/winter “Live Well” Speaker Series at 7 p.m. Aug. 11, with Outreach Teen & Family Services executive director Mary Birks discussing programming information.
A wastewater pump station near the township’s northeastern corner would be financed by developers, according to an amendment to the authority’s Act 537 plan.
South Hills Interfaith Movement is looking for donations to help provide students with the supplies they need to have a safe and successful school year.
Bethel Park residents Emalia Caragein and Olivia Edkins capped their scholastic lacrosse careers at Seton LaSalle with a plethora of accolades as well as scholarships to continue their athletic endeavors in college.
The founder’s objective was to “create a mining town that was superior to all others.”
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bethel Park municipal officials recognized small businesses in the community were going to need all the help they could get.
Five members of Boy Scouts of America Troop 215 in Bethel Park have been recognized for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Abby Richert is studying in Montreal with the goal of performing with Cirque du Soleil.
Automotive enthusiasts gather in Union Township for an Independence Day celebration featuring cars, trucks, motorcycles and music.
The restaurant continues to expand its line of products that are available in grocers’ freezers.
The Peters Township-based club holds its annual President’s Dinner to change leadership, present honors and reflect on a uniquely challenging 2020-21.
St. Thomas More and St. John Capistran collaborate for what turns out to be a full-fledged festival in Bethel Park.
According to the findings of Davey Resource Group Inc., the functions of trees in the municipality’s parks and public spaces “are worth an estimated $1.3 million” throughout their lifetimes.
The nonprofit’s virtual in Celebrate the South Hills with SHIM @home highlights the many services provided by the 53-year old organization, along with the people behind them.