Pasta Too’s latest bottled offering features a bone-broth base and no added sugar.
In June 2019, South Hills Interfaith Movement’s food pantries served more than 1,900 people in 592 households, a record number of neighbors in need.
Riley Evans, who will be a senior at Bethel Park High School, is relatively new to the pageant experience.
The merger of two former districts puts Allegheny, Washington and Greene counties under the same regional umbrella of the worldwide service organization.
Janet Furtney’s Improvement thru Movement opens in the renovated former sixth-grade classroom.
Sam Stephan teams up with Pure Grub proprietor Asanté Bierria to offer exceptionally healthy food and drink.
Bethel Park School Board signed an easement and maintenance agreement, which will allow the Municipality of Bethel Park to have access to Peter Page Park, located near the high school athletic fields.
Help prepare students for the school year by hosting a drive, delivering supplies or making a monetary donation.
For many, it doesn’t get better than hearing electric guitar in the context of Iron Maiden or Metallica, but there certainly is a more mellow side.
During their formative years in Bethel Park, Jerrel Gilliam and his brothers had the best of role models.
It's been a slow recovery for residents and businesses in parts of the South Hills following the devastating flooding that occurred on June 20, 2018.
The event, Catholic Charities Youth Enrichment programs, will be held July 20.
The 61-year-old group, featuring performers of all ages and musical backgrounds, invites prospective members to Tuesday night rehearsals.
Allegheny County Councilwoman Sue Means will host a town meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, to discuss “The UPMC-Highmark Divorce: How Did We Get Here and How Do We Move Forward?” The meeting will be held at the Bethel Park municipal building, 5100 W. Library Avenue.
The conservation nonprofit Allegheny Land Trust will conduct a community informational session at 6:30 p.m. June 25 at the Bethel Park Municipal Building for residents to learn about the group’s project to acquire and permanently protect a 40.5-acre green space in the municipality.
For her consultation sessions that address diversity and inclusion, Diane Ford often begins by asking a question:
Parents of two Bethel Park High School baseball players told the school board May 28 they believe the program fosters a culture of harassment and bullying and it starts with the head coach.
Joneen and Ray Betler are honored as South Hills Champions at SHIM’s annual appreciation event.
The event is scheduled from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. June 9 at the pioneer landmark in South Park.
Members of the military, past and present, join District Judge Ronald Arnoni in helping to reinforce the meaning of Memorial Day for young ballplayers.