As a unique school year concludes, the Salvation Army already is preparing for the eventual start of the 2020-21 academic year with a clothing drive.
As of July, the restaurant is scheduled to be in operation near the Cool Springs sports complex.
Educators are using printers from the elementary schools’ hands-on learning areas to assist in a nationwide Make the Masks effort.
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State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, hosts a “telephone town hall” to provide relevant information and answer questions.
MAC Safety Consultants Inc. is assessing facets such as social distancing, cleaning and employee workspaces in the municipality’s buildings and facilities.
With current social distancing measures in place, The Mt. Lebanon Partnership has scheduled the annual Plein Air Kids’ Paint-Out for a virtual format.
St. Clair Hospital this week resumed elective testing and diagnostic procedures for patients at its main campus and its Village Square Outpatient Center in Bethel Park. Elective surgeries will resume May 11.
Upgrades are planned at Meadowcroft Park, Dixon Field and the Mt. Lebanon Tennis Center, along with the municipal public works facility.
The Neighborhood Aid program features staff members who take calls during weekdays along with a website to direct residents toward available services.
Residents of Mt. Lebanon and Dormont are receiving assistance from a recently implemented service, Neighborhood Aid
With the help of a business connection in China, the COVID Response Network is on the way toward fulfilling a goal of delivering 100,000 facemasks by June 1.
In the wake of COVID-19, direct support professionals with Mainstay Life Services have made adjustments to be on hand for people who live independently.
South Hills sponsors are helping a girls’ softball team raise money for charities of their choosing, with Garrett Hain of Scott Township providing the cleats’ artwork.
The 2020-21 spending plan, the final version of which is scheduled for a vote in May, maintains the real estate tax rate at 24.79 mills.
The intent of the program is to provide answers to residents’ questions pertaining to COVID-19.
Virginia Flickinger, born in 1920 in Hawaii, was working as a nurse in Pearl Harbor as of Dec. 7, 1941.
Gloria Horn and her customers have assembled thousands of pieces of protective wear for a variety of causes.
State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, has announced a bipartisan legislative proposal to provide consistent protections for all school contractors, many of whom want to work, but are unable to because of the physical closure of schools.
Nick Bogacz and his staff at Caliente Pizza and Draft House, which has a location in Mt. Lebanon, had been preparing for the launch for months.
Diocese of Pittsburgh educators spent a week preparing to launch effective ways for students to continue learning.