From robots to marble arcades, youngsters from several elementary schools in the area spent a week of summer vacation back in the classroom innovating and using their problem-solving skills.
Bethel Park is among the Allegheny County communities receiving grants through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's "Green Light-Go" program to support traffic signal upgrades.
- Concerns raised about Bethel Park elementary project
- Peters Township graduate ready to awe Florida fans
- Peters Township father charged in baby's death
- Football teams acclimating to a new season
- Peters Township Council rejects zoning amendments
- Mt. Lebanon lineman strikes fear in opponents
- Upper St. Clair names Mathews assistant principal
- Retired Bridgeville officer collecting toys for kids
- Sollon wins state open title
Patrick Borelli caught the family spirit as a teen. Great-grandfather Enrico DeLuca and grandfather Pasquale Borelli learned how to make wine in their native Italy, a pastime they continued – and passed on – after emigrating to Pittsburgh more than a century ago.
Frankly speaking, Crave is satisfying a hot dog hankering in the region.
Lilly Ann King, 8, of Bethel Park sinks her teeth into a classic hot dog. King and her sister, Pippa, and mother, Tracy, attended the grand opening of the Crave Hot Dogs and BBQ shop and enjoyed an array of menu treats. To see more photos and read more about the new restaurant in Bethel Park…
Allegheny County residents overall have not gained additional weight in the last year, one of the few counties in Pennsylvania that can make that claim.
Clowns, candy and characters, mainly movie figures, were abundant at the Brentwood Fourth of July celebration, but the main attraction in the annual parade was the Bethel Park High School baseball team.
Brian LeJeune had to be quick on his feet this Fourth of July, as the 45-year-old Bethel Park resident had multiple responsibilities.
The Class of 2022 from Bethel Park High School featured a plethora of high-ranking academic standouts that will continue there studies at higher institutes of learning.
The framed and metal prints collecting dust on the floor of Gregory Schmidt's Bethel Park home have finally found a stage.