The lifelong Bethel Park resident and well-known caterer is honored by District Judge Ronald Arnoni.
Fourteen groupings of parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will merge Jan. 4 to create 14 new parishes. Forty parishes will be part …
Carol Glock, a Washington & Jefferson College adjunct professor, started the Glock Foundation following her successful treatment for inflammatory breast cancer.
A virtual seminar, “What’s New In Metastatic Breast Cancer,” is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 21.
- Bethel Park team finishes undefeated
- SHYFL Super Winners
- ‘PT Giving Back’: Peters Township residents raise money for food pantry
- Longtime Peters Township business owner, Rotarian dies at 92
- Longtime Peters Township resident surprised with party for 103rd birthday
- Upper St. Clair optimistic about basketball prospects
- Winter deer management approved in Mt. Lebanon
- South Hills churches among diocesan mergers creating new parishes
- Police department to take over community room in Peters Township
- Fifth-graders raise money for Bethel Park Public Library
The winners of a summertime contest have come up with elements for a distinctive departmental emblem.
The Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh Foundation has been raising money for the past five years for Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh.
Devlin Robinson, Republican resident of Bridgeville Borough, is looking at issues including the effect of COVID-19 on the region’s economy.
Instructor Virginia Nicoll-Hernandez has made accommodations to help ensure that her students remain healthy.
Ma & Pop’s Country Kitchen owners Steve and Erica Diethorn extend an invitation to the community.
Bethel Park has received Gold-level certification through the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification Program, placing it among a select group of high-performing municipalities.
St. Thomas More’s Advent spectacular benefits Hekima Place, a home for orphaned and vulnerable girls in Kenya.
Gloria Rack first went to work on Route 88 as a Bethel Park High School senior.
South Hills Interfaith Movement has implemented a new effort to help connect people in financial hardship because of COVID-19 with the programs and services best suited to help.
Cable shows win in the Arts, Entertainment, Public Affairs, Religion, and Health and Lifestyle categories.
As part of the project, the municipality is holding a sidewalk chalk competition from Oct. 25-30.
The weekly event, held Tuesday afternoons, earns a stellar showing in a regional poll.
Leslee Richie’s White Rabbit Salon is part of the nonprofit Green Circle network of businesses that recycle hair-care products, along with the hair, itself.
The nonprofit organization, which offers equine therapy programs, is returning farm animals to the historic site.
The annual flying of a rosary-shaped series of balloons continues for the Diocese of Pittsburgh’s new Ave Maria Academy.
The annual Pennies for the Trail Day helps cover the costs of supplies as volunteers maintain the popular recreational path.
The Rev. Frank Park conducts TOV Church services at the historic building in Bethel Park.
Elaine Steffenauer has been recognized for her nine years of service to the Pittsburgh institution.