Dawn Douds and Denice Pazuchanics of Abraham Lincoln Elementary School share their story about integrating PBS Kids resources with family-oriented activities.
Gisele Fetterman, the wife of Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, has made altruism her life’s work.
Bethel Green, along Route 88 near its intersection with Valley Drive, will receive permanent protection.
Our Lady of Grace, St. Anne, St. Bernard and St. Thomas More are to form a single school, with campuses at the latter two locations.
Students dance to raise money for the Chimbote Foundation, a Diocese of Pittsburgh mission in Peru.
Nearly four decades ago, Indiana University of Pennsylvania made several lists of the nation’s best colleges for the money, with its full-time tuition of about $450 per semester a heavily contributing factor.
Bill Haberthur, on behalf of the Bethel Park Historical Society, attended the Nov. 20 meeting of the Bethel Woman's Club to accept a $10,000 check from President Pat Griffith.
House of Ferruzza on South Park Road has been in business since 1947, and the founder’s great-grandson is carrying on the tradition with some innovations.
Sports photographer Jeanine Leech of Bethel Park will be the speaker at the Western Pennsylvania Lensshooters Camera Club meeting at 7:15 p.m. Jan. 8 at Peters Township Public Library.
Driving to downtown Pittsburgh can be an arduous journey, and so people who are stuck in cars often engage in plenty of conversations.
Cousins Ed and Don Shelpman take over at Keystone Coach Works Inc.
Bethel Park made a $320,000 windfall from refinancing old debt and now it hopes to do it again.
The Schoolhouse Arts and History Center hosts families to visit with the holidays’ favorite couple.
Each month, Erik “Capt. Calico Drake” Sprowls hosts, writes, directs and edits a new episode of “Dead and Buried Treasures.”
High school orchestra students learn from multi-instrumentalist Haydn Vitera, a former member of Asleep At the Wheel who also has performed with Stevie Wonder, George Strait and Delbert McClinton.
Youngsters enjoy learning experience on the historic streetcar at the Schoolhouse Arts and History Center.
“Harvest Dinner: Dine Around the World” raises money for causes locally and internationally.
Officials in Nevada identified the remains of Jamie Rae Feden, a Bethel Park woman who had missing since September.