For many, it doesn't get better than hearing electric guitar in the context of Iron Maiden or Metallica, but there certainly is a more mellow side.
The Mt. Lebanon resident and Steelers legend will share stories in honor of the new edition of his autobiography, “Fighting Back.”
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The event, Catholic Charities Youth Enrichment programs, will be held July 20.
Touting his commitment to advancing legislation that benefits Pennsylvanians with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the Arc of Pennsylvania, an advocacy organization, has named state Rep. Dan Miller, D-Mt. Lebanon, its 2019 Representative of the Year.
Implementing the technology is intended to result in more consistent and efficient parking enforcement.
The program was launched with the goal of reducing the number of local deer-vehicular collisions.
The 61-year-old group, featuring performers of all ages and musical backgrounds, invites prospective members to Tuesday night rehearsals.
St. Anne School, has undergone substantial renovation in the past five years, will continue to operate in its Willow Avenue location for the foreseeable future.
Posters can be seen all over the place, but chances are most people don’t see them quite the same way as Harold Behar.
Christopher Willard will speak about “Making Mindfulness Stick” during a public program on June 8.
The event is scheduled for July 14, and a related “Stardust Swing” party will take place July 13.
Youngsters throughout the region are celebrating the end of the school year and the beginning of summer, but the Salvation Army is already thinking about what it will be like for some kids when it’s time to return to school in the fall.
Mt. Lebanon is among the municipalities to receive Automated Red Light Enforcement funding from the state Department of Transportation.
The Digital Bookmobile National Tour is making a stop at Mt. Lebanon Public Library, 16 Castle Shannon Blvd., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 11. The Bookmobile will be parked in the library’s upper parking lot, near Hazel Drive.
Again, there are three.
State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, was one of the featured speakers during the annual event at Jefferson Memorial Park.
Admirers of the series of planter boxes along Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon may not realize who cares for them.
The $76,623.92 expenditure would have allowed for more substantial in-house maintenance on larger municipal vehicles.