A majority of commissioners say they have no interest in hindering local operation by mobile food vendors.
Technological upgrades are planned at the municipal building to enhance the video and audio capabilities.
Jazz guitarist Andy Bianco’s “NYC Stories” came out in February 2020, but live performances were curtailed shortly afterward.
- Proposed food truck ordinance stalls in Mt. Lebanon
- Upper St. Clair soccer coach returns to Duquesne
- Be Local: Area sandwich shops cooking up delectable entrees
- Improvements planned for ‘steadily deteriorating’ Peters Township street
- Peters Township Sanitary Authority update addresses potential for future development
- Mt. Lebanon native returns to Pittsburgh in support of latest album
- Tri-State Neuropathy Centers continues to expand its peripheral neuropathy treatment practice in the tri-state area to continue its mission to help more sufferers get their life back
The nonprofit organization was unable to hold its annual competitions the past two years, but the 2022 event already is set for May 14.
The project, which came in well under budget, has an expected completion in November.
Nikki LaSota, Anna Mares, Natalie McGee, Melody Reynolds and Leah Vuillemot capture first at regional and state tournaments with their lesson-teaching presentation.
David Bannon’s mother, Christine Patti, is organizing an effort to benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
The library looks to the future with regard to programs, materials, services and support for the community at large.
Jill Yesko’s “I’m Right Here: 10 Ways to Get Help for Hoarding and Chronic Disorganization” outlines resources available to those experiencing extreme organizing challenges.
CKids Jewish Discovery Club will take place on Sunday mornings for children ages 5 to 13, starting in October.
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.
A priority for the project, which has a maximum cost of $126,000, is public involvement.
The area in the vicinity of Foster Elementary School is the focus of an effort to make walkways safer, with property owners expected to bear the cost.
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.