Samantha Guthoerl, who as a high school student lost two family members to cancer, receives the 2020 Angel F. Miranda Award.
Spoonwood Brewing Co.’s Lemon Glazed Ale represents its fourth offering using Bethel Bakery ingredients.
“Oak Tree Park With Grandpa” is the latest of Bill Morse’s series of writings featuring his children’s children.
Zeb Jansante takes over as an assistant superintendent on July 1, wrapping up his 14 years of heading the high school.
- Lifelong Bethel Park resident suggests expanding scope of fight against racism
- Peters Township graduate’s book sheds light on racist incident in Johnstown
- ‘A healthy option’: Clean Juice comes to Peters Township
- Change of venue: McMurray Rotary Club continues to adapt as necessary
- You name it: Mt. Lebanon tutoring business boasts variety of offerings
- Director of diversity, equity and inclusion named for South Fayette schools
- Bethel Park graduate honored for self-determination, overcoming obstacles
- Upper St. Clair School District reaches agreement with support staff union
- Wolfpack Boxing Club owner has heart for helping
- Upper St. Clair seeks applicants to fill commissioner’s post
Leonard “Buzzy” Corazzi and Vicki Flotta have worked for the district for a combined 31 years.
The school board approves a $91.7 million budget for 2020-21 to go with a .7654-mill tax increase.
More than 500 families receive three boxes each, containing produce, meat/poultry and non-perishable items.
Douglas McCausland joins the district as finance director/business manager, and Joseph Villani and James Fodse take over as high school principal and assistant principal, respectively.
The school district’s longtime director of public relations is retiring after a busy career in communications.
Bethel Park High School German Club announced the 2020 recipients of two of its annual academic awards.
The municipality of Bethel Park restructured its summer camp program, partnering with Lois Johnson Learning & Childcare Center to offer children a safe, positive experience called “Summer Fun 2020” running from June 22 to Aug. 21 at Bethel Park Community Center, 5151 Park Ave.
Judy Rushe is sewing masks to help local folks make it through the COVID-19 pandemic, and Katelyn Rushe has been writing novels since she was a teenager.
The Diocese of Pittsburgh has announced a new name for a new elementary school resulting from the merger of St. Anne in Castle Shannon, St. Bernard in Mt. Lebanon, Our Lady of Grace in Scott Township and St. Thomas More in Bethel Park.
As always, members of the Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Company participate to help make the event extra-special.
Bethel Park High School inducted 12 students into its chapter of Quill & Scroll, the international honorary society for high school journalists, at a virtual ceremony held May 28.
A Bethel Park native has won an award for one of the top feature articles in the 2020 Veterans of Foreign Wars National Publications Contest.
The weekly event continues from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays off Corrigan Drive in South Park.
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School is one of many in the area where parades have been organized to wrap up the academic year.
Plenty of people in and around Bethel Park have received delicious meals thanks to Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge 2213 on South Park Road.
Well-wishers cruise along Reno Virgili’s street to help him celebrate the milestone.
A section of the governor’s drive in front of the Schoolhouse Arts and History Center will be dedicated to grads’ “pandemic year.”
Mayor Jack Allen: “It was going to take something more than a pandemic not to have it today.”