The amendment, which now goes to the Mt. Lebanon Commission for final approval, would allow for townhouses in the R-7 zoning district.
Members of the Historic Preservation Board and a related brick streets steering committee are putting in substantial effort in support of a new municipal policy.
George Dennehy, who was born without arms, provides messages about overcoming adversity and the value of human life.
The Scott Township retirement community has expanded considerably since its opening by the Mt. Lebanon-based Baptist Homes Society in 2009.
Colleen Oakley’s “You Were There Too” features the premise of two strangers who tend to have visions of each other while sleeping.
Nearly four decades ago, Indiana University of Pennsylvania made several lists of the nation’s best colleges for the money, with its full-time tuition of about $450 per semester a heavily contributing factor.
State Rep. Dan Miller, D-Mt. Lebanon, hosts the annual event.
Changes could be coming to the street that serves the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Center.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library will present An Evening with Colleen Oakley at 7 o’clock Jan. 13.
If you’re wondering about response during snowstorms, Rudy Sukal has some answers.
Ebtehal Badawi’s “Pittsburgh Builds Bridges” is part of VisitPITTSBURGH’s 90 Painted Chairs program, and she seeks to paint a mural based on the work.
Dormont Borough hosts the seventh annual event, organized by Chabad of the South Hills in Mt. Lebanon.
“Viva el Bingo!” supports the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation
The virtual-reality Chanukah Experience is one of the highlights of the seventh annual event.
The $40.473 spending plan receives unanimous support, as does setting the tax rate at 4.71 mills.
Heather Earley’s “I Can’t Find My Fun” contains what she hopes is a good lesson for readers of all ages.
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.
The board’s request is for $80,000 to provide an update to plan that was adopted 15 years ago.