Alcosan’s modified consent decree and announcement of rate increases prompt discussion about the municipality’s work going forward.
Robert Cannon, an engineer and prolific inventor who was descended from Canonsburg founder Col. John Canon, was inducted into the National Mining Hall of Fame last month for lifetime achievement in the industry.
- ‘Amazing Race’ benefits St. Louise de Marillac School in Upper St. Clair
- 'Perk of Being a Wallflower' author visits alma mater at USC
- Peters man charged for overdose death of pregnant woman
- Peters Township rebounds, readies for showdown with Bethel Park
- South Fayette board approves recreation plan
- Upper St. Clair inducts four into athletic Hall of Fame
- Bethel Park Shade Tree Commission conducts first planting at school
Rabbi Ephraim Simon will speak on Sept. 17 about how one of his kidneys and part of his liver helped save the lives of two strangers.
Humane Animal Rescue has appointed Mt. Lebanon resident Kelli Wall as its new chief philanthropy officer.
State Sen. Pam Iovino and Rep. Natalie Mihalek create a special license plate for Navy and Marine Corps Medal Recipients and recognize the Navy’s 244th birthday.
Pittsburgh Public Theater begins its 45th-anniversary season with Aaron Sorkin’s “A Few Good Men.”
The Richard King Mellon Foundation has granted $1 million to the St. Clair Hospital Foundation to help construct the new Dunlap Family Outpatient Center on the hospital’s main campus, in Mt. Lebanon and Scott Township.
Mt. Lebanon moves forward with possible zoning ordinance amendment
The nonprofit founded by Mt. Lebanon resident Todd DePastino pays tribute to 55 women and men during the organization’s annual gala.
‘Home On the Road’: Musicians take break from touring for release show
The 50-year-old organization awards music scholarships, including one started by the family of the late Mt. Lebanon High School teacher Phillip Bianco.
Five members of Bower Hill Community Church visited Malawi, a small nation with a less-than-ideal standard of living.
The band, which includes a Brookline resident and two Mt. Lebanon High School graduates, has a release show for “Hieroglyphica” on Aug. 24.
The event will feature more than 70 artists, along with food, music, demonstrations and more.
Auburn Weisensale, director of nutrition for the University of Pittsburgh athletic department, provides information that could be beneficial to everyone.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s Concert in the Courtyard series continues with a performance by Steel City Calypso at 7 p.m. Aug. 22.
Retired teacher Jane Offutt has been awarded a patent for the 21st-century version of an idea she came up with nearly four decades ago.
Joseph George Gazzam draws a sentence of 21 to 42 years.
Senator John Heinz History Center curator Emily Ruby talks about local connections to NASA and the Apollo 11 mission.
Different approaches are being explored with the goal toward making the Washington Road corridor more vibrant by encouraging certain types of businesses.