Five members of Bower Hill Community Church visited Malawi, a small nation with a less-than-ideal standard of living.
The band, which includes a Brookline resident and two Mt. Lebanon High School graduates, has a release show for “Hieroglyphica” on Aug. 24.
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Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s Concert in the Courtyard series continues with a performance by Steel City Calypso at 7 p.m. Aug. 22.
Retired teacher Jane Offutt has been awarded a patent for the 21st-century version of an idea she came up with nearly four decades ago.
Joseph George Gazzam draws a sentence of 21 to 42 years.
Senator John Heinz History Center curator Emily Ruby talks about local connections to NASA and the Apollo 11 mission.
Different approaches are being explored with the goal toward making the Washington Road corridor more vibrant by encouraging certain types of businesses.
Dan Petrich, a 1989 Mt. Lebanon High School graduate, will perform at 7 p.m. Aug. 15 as part of Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s Concert in the Courtyard series.
Patti Gerhauser, who served in the U.S. Navy, isn’t a stereotypical version of a military veteran.
Text 994-11 and type “Lebo,” and soon everything will be set.
The St. Clair Hospital Foundation held its 22nd annual Summer Swing, the foundation’s largest fundraiser for the hospital, July 19 at St. Clair Country Club in Upper St. Clair.
Four-plus decades after the release of the original movie, the franchise is as popular as ever among the young and old.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library proved the cool place to be July 13 as patrons, benefactors, sponsors and donors enjoyed an evening of cool jazz and dessert during the annual garden party.The Stardust Swing Band provided the entertainment. The event featured a silent auction for a variety of hand…
The painting shows a dozen young adults lined up, each of them apparently pushing the person in front, with facial expressions varying from mild discomfort to downright despair.
New state Senator takes leadership role in veterans’ affairs
By contract, Waste Management will have the potential to fine municipalities for ‘contaminated’ loads starting Jan. 1.
OG WS – there’s a good story behind the name – plays plenty of songs you may like but may not hear so often.
Andrew Zentner of the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Physics and Astronomy gives a presentation about the history of the universe.
The July 14 event is preceded by the Stardust Swing garden party at the library.
Borrowing $5 million at what looks to be a favorable interest rate will allow the municipality to proceed with capital improvements.