Noah Gearhart of Bethel Park and Caleb Klemick of Mt. Lebanon are serving as committee directors in the world’s largest student-run philanthropy.
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, 123 Gilkeson Road, Mt. Lebanon, will hold a second online Greek-food-to-go sale June 16-18.
Members of the parish, formed by the merger of St. Bernard and Our Lady of Grace churches, have the opportunity to gather together for a series of seasonal happenings.
- ‘Bigger’ fireworks display set for Bethel Park’s Summer Spectacular
- Bethel Park's historic softball season ended by Penn Manor
- Resurrection Parish announces SummerFest 2021 in Bethel Park
- Event raises more than $20,000 toward medical service dogs for veterans
- ‘Here we are, 14 years later’: Event benefits continuing mission of Horses With Hope
- ‘It looks so good’: Event in Cecil Township features variety of plant-based food
- Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair lead list of boys lacrosse stars
- Bethel Park handles its business in win over Southern Lehigh
- Holy Cross Greek-food-to-go sale returns in Mt. Lebanon
- Students from South Hills take leadership roles for Penn State’s THON
Municipal updates announced as the easing of COVID-19 mitigation continues.
Commissioners expect to vote May 25 on awarding a contract for one of their 2021 priority projects.
Dr. Christie Regula continues her mission to promote sunscreen use as a way to help prevent skin cancer.
Bethel Fife and Drum Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution honored three area high school students with the DAR Good Citizen Award: Charlize George, Cannon-McMillan; Samantha Seewald, Upper St. Clair High School; and Riley Sweet, Mt. Lebanon.
The $125 million facility represents the largest construction project in St. Clair’s 67-year history.
Parking on public streets in the municipality between 2 and 6 a.m. has been prohibited since the 1970s.
Commissioners plan to award a contract for the Vibrant Uptown revitalization project during their May 11 meeting.
The Dunlap Family Outpatient Center, next to the original St. Clair Hospital, has been designed with an emphasis on convenience for patients and physicians.
As a national leader in the maker movement, Handmade Arcade is pleased to celebrate its Pittsburgh roots with its virtual Spring Marketplace.
The Howard Hanna Children’s Free Care Fund Board of Directors today announced Amy Martin has been elected as the new executive director, effective April 1.
With nearly three years’ worth of new original songs in his repertoire, Christopher Mark Jones decided 2020 was the year to record a new album.
For the second straight year, 11th-grader Natalie McGee earns a first-place finish in the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
Deborah Holtschlag’s Plant Traps fit under railings to provide more space for planters on porches, decks and patios.
The Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run/Walk raises more than $20,000 toward supporting the school, which has campuses in Bethel Park and Mt. Lebanon.
The Mt. Lebanon Environmental Team (LeboGreen) missed celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020, but has a virtual celebration planned beginning at 12 p.m. April 22.
An involved selection process resulted in commissioners choosing six endeavors as areas of particular focus.
Plans call for construction of the 51-unit Castlegate Green off Dorchester Avenue and next to the Dorchester of Mt. Lebanon apartments for senior citizens.