St. Catherine Labouré Parish hosts a well-attended packing event at its St. Joan of Arc Church location.
South Hills residents Pier Lee and Susan Chang are among those acknowledged for their efforts on behalf of the region’s Chinese-American population.
Aspiring teachers from Point Park University enlighten local students about a long-ago strike against a coal company in the Coverdale neighborhood.
Students create Andy Warhol-style portraits of Pat Wasemann in honor of the special occasion.
- Peters Township native helps brew nationally award-winning beer
- Peters Township officer sued over alleged Taser incident
- Chartiers Valley girls aim to maintain program standards
- Chemistry key to success for Peters Township
- Mt. Lebanon putting effort into successful season
- How the Grinch helps others: Student dresses as Seuss favorite to benefit food bank
- Perseverance pays off for Peters Township fitness instructor
- Bethel Park tree lighting signals start of holiday season
- What's Happening Week of Dec. 5
- South Hills Lights event celebrates Chanukah
A Glimmer of Hope Foundation has received nearly $50,000 through fundraising efforts by Justin and Pamela Tiano’s Mr. Magic Car Wash.
Pope Francis has named the Rev. Mark Eckman as auxiliary bishop of Pittsburgh.
Horror Realm’s annual convention returns Nov. 19-21 to the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Suites in Bethel Park with a guest list full of actors who have appeared in several modern horror franchise films.
Erica and Steve Diethorn continue their November tradition at Ma & Pop’s Country Kitchen.
Participants learn about what actually qualifies as tea, what doesn’t, and how the world’s second-most-popular beverage can offer health benefits.
Amy Reuschling and her helpers continue their annual tradition of making her yard look a lot like Halloween, for a worthy cause.
Amanda Newhouse and John Hatfield Jr., who have nearly 46 combined years of experience in the field, launch an educational venture to help fill demand in the job market.
Ron Arnoni provides members of Pack 228 with information about his role in the justice system.
The municipality of Bethel Park held an Oct. 15 groundbreaking ceremony for renovations to Millennium Park.
Both campuses of Ave Maria Academy celebrate the Month of the Rosary with simultaneous prayer.
Strides for CJD – Pittsburgh, organized by the wife and daughters of a late Bethel Park resident, returns to the South Park Fairgrounds.
Six centenarians, including three 103-year-olds, are among the guests of honor at the 17th annual event.
The Bethel Park Historical Society is hosting a National Wreaths Across America ceremony to raise awareness and ensure all veterans at Bethel Cemetery are honored.
Along with public access TV, other local media outlets are being recognized, including The Almanac for Community Journalism.
Bethel Park School Board has approved the appointment of Brett Slezak as the district’s new director of technology and David Muench as director of student support services.
On Oct. 1, the municipality of Bethel Park broke ground on its latest playground installation.
A goal set five years ago toward the renovation of the Schoolhouse Arts and History Center is met.