After a year’s delay, Silvi Labovitz and fellow artists fulfill the wishes of the Bower Hill Beautification Committee and the elementary school’s PTA.
Millennium Park and the recreational area at Bethel Park Community Center are scheduled for improvements, as projects wrap up at Oak Tree and Birch Tree parks.
Residents and businesses in the municipality are invited “to be part of the fun.”
The market welcomes new coordinator Miranda Wayne and 40-plus vendors for the 2021 season, which runs through September.
- Liquor license transfer approved for new Upper St. Clair restaurant
- Ribbon cut for St. Clair Health’s new outpatient center
- Upper St. Clair student inspires “#feelgoodfriday” T-shirts
- St. Louise de Marillac principal receives Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation honor
- Upper St. Clair High School hosts professionals’ discussion of work in law, advocacy
- Between raindrops, Bethel Park Farmers Market opens for season
- Four named WPIAL scholar athletes.
- Bethel Park powering through softball season
- Bethel Park native reaches pinnacle as high school hockey coach
- Peters Township golfer advances
The goal of HANWASH is to provide clean water and adequate sanitation for residents of the impoverished Caribbean nation.
The nonprofit partners with local parks to offer a family scavenger hunt throughout April.
The Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run/Walk raises more than $20,000 toward supporting the school, which has campuses in Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon.
Connections continue for families, friends and members of churches, clubs and other organizations.
The monthlong effort by the Bethel Park-based nonprofit raised more than $110,000 in 2020.
Walter Meyer’s “If You Weren’t Here, This Would Not Be Happening” provides entertaining stories from an interesting life.
The recently created school, with campuses in Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon, hosts plenty of special activities for students.
Laurence Christian discusses ways that the municipality is navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic.
An outreach program by the hospital helps ensure that more people are protected against COVID-19.
Hundreds of volunteers participated in the Wreaths Across America-sponsored annual placement of holiday wreaths on more than 14,000 gravesites from Dec. 16-19 at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies in Cecil Township.
Bethel Park and Peters Township are among the customers of RoadBotics Inc., a company that originated in Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute.
Peters Township Chamber of Commerce has organized live online public forums and community updates featuring officials from local municipalities.
The municipality has been awarded $750,000 for improvements to facilities at the Bethel Park Community Center, and work at Millennium Park also is in planned.
Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and safety guidelines as part of the municipality of Bethel Park’s Live Well speaker series.
World War II veteran Peter Edwards Jr., who still can boast about his feats on the golf course, is honored by Judge Ronald Arnoni and other officials.