The Peters Township Library Foundation welcomes author Taylor Jenkins Reid for Novel November 2021.
Held in memory of Upper St. Clair drummer Sonny Pugar, the Nov. 3 concert features established musicians from the region along with emerging talent.
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Vince Costa, who leads District 7305 for 2021-22, shares his vision with members of the McMurray, Washington and Waynesburg clubs.
Two Upper St. Clair High School seniors, Paige Copenhaver and Nitish Sharma, have been named Borlaug Scholars and selected to present their research at the World Food Prize Foundation’s Global Youth Institute.
Vidhur Senthil works with the president of the Pittsburgh Oakland Table Tennis Club on hosting an awareness-promoting fundraiser.
A Boyce Middle School fifth-grader was recently recognized for her work in the fifth annual Mahatma Gandhi Creative Writing and Art Contest.
Strides for CJD – Pittsburgh, organized by the wife and daughters of a late Bethel Park resident, returns to the South Park Fairgrounds.
The Ian Arthurs Band raises money for the Mario Lemieux Foundation in memory of the mother of bass player Matt Kennedy and his brother, Jeff.
The Bethel Park Historical Society is hosting a National Wreaths Across America ceremony to raise awareness and ensure all veterans at Bethel Cemetery are honored.
Over the past decade, more than 8,000 refugees from the Bhutan-Nepal region of the Himalayas have settled in the South Hills, bringing with them a rich and diverse cultural heritage.
Along with public access TV, other local media outlets are being recognized, including The Almanac for Community Journalism.
Bethel Park School Board has approved the appointment of Brett Slezak as the district’s new director of technology and David Muench as director of student support services.
The municipality of Bethel Park broke ground Sept. 9 for an approximate two-month Saw Mill Run stream stabilization project involving about 350 feet of stream bank to Saw Mill Run off Milford Drive.
Strides for CJD, an Oct. 9 run and walk in South Park, helps raise awareness of and money toward research into Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
The Rotary Club of Upper St Clair-Bethel Park (Breakfast) event, which dates back to the late 1980s, previously was held at Westminster Presbyterian Church.