An update to the ordinance that prohibits on-street parking between 2 and 6 a.m. is under consideration.
Chad Hunter brings a wealth of experience in film to his new role as the organization’s executive director.
The ad hoc committee includes four working groups to address issues such as community awareness, hiring practices and police engagement.
- Virtual meeting scheduled regarding Peters Township intersection
- New Peters Township High School almost ready for students
- Thanks in part to grant money, Bethel Park plans recreational upgrades
- South Fayette student selected as All-National Honors Ensemble vocalist
- Peters Township patiently working toward success
- Mt. Lebanon commissioners continue work on resolving parking issues
- Upper St. Clair off to 3-0 start
A special event in the Dormont Pool parking lot allows for guests to enjoy the festivities in the safety of their vehicles.
A survey shows that residents overwhelmingly support the preservation of brick streets as a community asset.
Y-Princesses and Y-Guides at Spencer Family YMCA in Bethel Park present 400 holiday decorations to residents of Asbury Heights.
Peters Township resident Shelley Saunders, who owns a hair salon in Mt. Lebanon, brings in $1,500 for the Bradley Center in a raffle for a top-of-the-line hair dryer.
The 2021 spending plan, on which commissioners will vote Dec. 8, helps ensure that the Mt. Lebanon Swim Center opens next summer if at all possible
Tennis courts at Meadowcroft and Williamsburg parks will be adapted to accommodate players of the popular paddle game.
Commissioners approve the sale of two series of bonds for paying off previous debt, with savings expected to top $500,000.
Commissioners are considering an update to the municipal code in conjunction with Federal Communications Commission orders regarding the implementation of 5G technology.
The Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh Foundation has been raising money for the past five years for Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh.
Devlin Robinson, Republican resident of Bridgeville Borough, is looking at issues including the effect of COVID-19 on the region’s economy.
A multimillion-dollar facelift for the Washington Road business district represents “an investment in our collective future.”
St. Clair Hospital has appointed Dr. Maxim Hammer as its new chief of neurology.
The Compost People: Mt. Lebanon service provides residential pickup of food waste
Mt. Lebanon Public Library has created themed “adult surprise bags” for borrowing.
A firm has been contracted to design new informational elements to be added to existing signs throughout much of the municipality.
Baptist Homes Society recently said wellness director Fabiana Cheistwer has become one of the first graduates of the leadership in wellness management course offered through ICAA Education.