The business district along Washington Road is targeted for a major facelift during the next few years.
The cartoonist will discuss his book “Enemy of the People” and the state of cartooning today.
I Made It! South Hills, organized by Peters Township resident Carrie Nardini, is scheduled for Nov. 30 at Crowne Plaza Suites Pittsburgh South.
- Man dies in Peters Township house fire
- South Fayette Schools begin expansion projects
- Bethel Park welcomes new board members
- Santa’s Train Off the Trail scheduled in Peters Township
- Donations helping South Fayette family displaced by house fire
- McConnell's taps out success in basketball
- Chemistry key to Upper St. Clair's success
- Fundamentals key for Bethel Park girls
- Peters Township rings in season with slight change in scenery
- Instructor returns for Electrify Your Strings program at Bethel Park
Representatives from the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority provide details about plans toward complying with the federal Clean Water Act.
Mt. Lebanon has launched a questionnaire to help improve communication with residents, business owners and property owners by ensuring the municipality is providing information they want to receive and determining their preferred method of communication.
A jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket sold in Scott Township for the Oct. 18 drawing matched all five balls to win $200,000, the lottery announced.
State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, addresses the region’s substance abuse problem.
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.
The program provides nutritious offerings featuring locally sourced food for area students on Fridays.
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.