Friends fondly recall Jacque Baguet as a pillar of the community and the Republican Party.
Both campuses of Ave Maria Academy celebrate the Month of the Rosary with simultaneous prayer.
Following Monday’s arrival, Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills has plenty of pumpkins and gourds for sale.
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A large crowd turns out at the Mt. Lebanon Public Safety Center to honor victims of the terrorist attacks two decades ago.
The Mt. Lebanon tradition kicks off with an evening of fun featuring local musician Christopher Mark Jones and his band.
Former Mt. Lebanon municipal manager Stephen Feller died Aug. 29 at age 65.
David McKibben, a certified master rosarian, served as the society’s webmaster and newsletter editor.
The nearly half-century-old agency continues to offer assistance to young people and their parents with a staff of highly qualified counselors.
State Police troopers join local officers in assisting students with a back-to-school shopping spree, courtesy of the department store.
Feedback from the community is assisting in developed a long-term parks master plan and examining the potential for a new recreational facility for the community.
The goal is to call attention to the status of a large area of the municipality as being on the National Register of Historic Places.
The municipality of Bethel Park is beginning its fall/winter “Live Well” Speaker Series at 7 p.m. Aug. 11, with Outreach Teen & Family Services executive director Mary Birks discussing programming information.
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.
The club was unable to meet in person last year for the traditional passing of the President’s Pin.
Sound-reduction measures could have the building, which was completed in 2019, ready for use by January.
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.