Tracy Montarti of Dormont, a member of the South Hills Chapter of Woman’s Business Network Inc., received the organization’s 2019 Service Award.
Touting his commitment to advancing legislation that benefits Pennsylvanians with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the Arc of Pennsylvania, an advocacy organization, has named state Rep. Dan Miller, D-Mt. Lebanon, its 2019 Representative of the Year.
- Fire chief retires after 37 years in Peters Township
- Upper St. Clair coach bringing running clinic to area
- Upper St. Clair, Seton LaSalle lead lacrosse all-star lists
- Mt. Lebanon officials eye license plate recognition
- South Hills member receives Woman’s Business Network Service Award
- Review of deer management presented in Mt. Lebanon
- Table talk: Family-style lunches encourage friendships at Friendship Village
- Miller named Representative of the Year by advocacy group
The 61-year-old group, featuring performers of all ages and musical backgrounds, invites prospective members to Tuesday night rehearsals.
St. Anne School, has undergone substantial renovation in the past five years, will continue to operate in its Willow Avenue location for the foreseeable future.
Amy Pfender, who has served as Upper St. Clair School District director of student support services since 2016, has been promoted to assistant to the superintendent.
Most people know about Albert Einstein, the epitome of human intelligence, who once stuck out his tongue for a photograph.
Allegheny County Councilwoman Sue Means will host a town meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, to discuss “The UPMC-Highmark Divorce: How Did We Get Here and How Do We Move Forward?” The meeting will be held at the Bethel Park municipal building, 5100 W. Library Avenue.
Paraprofessionals in Bethel Park School District have been working without a contract for nearly three years and it appears the district and the union representing those employees are not particularly close to reaching a new agreement.
The conservation nonprofit Allegheny Land Trust will conduct a community informational session at 6:30 p.m. June 25 at the Bethel Park Municipal Building for residents to learn about the group’s project to acquire and permanently protect a 40.5-acre green space in the municipality.
Salsa has become a staple of party menus, and for many people, that means simply picking up a name brand jar or two of the popular treat.
The Abbey Players will perform “Children of Eden JR.” on June 14 and 15 at St. Benedict the Abbot Church in Peters Township.
For half of her young life, Maura McGee has battled a disease that is practically impossible to pronounce, let alone comprehend.
A miniscule abode built by 84 Lumber visits McMurray Elementary School as part of an educational project offered through Fallingwater.
An Advanced Placement English project brings the Westmoreland County Obedience Training Club’s Thera-Paws program to the high school.
Parents of two Bethel Park High School baseball players told the school board May 28 they believe the program fosters a culture of harassment and bullying and it starts with the head coach.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council’s Western Regional director hopes to have collection receptacles placed in multiple municipalities by summer’s end.
Youngsters throughout the region are celebrating the end of the school year and the beginning of summer, but the Salvation Army is already thinking about what it will be like for some kids when it’s time to return to school in the fall.
Members of the military, past and present, join District Judge Ronald Arnoni in helping to reinforce the meaning of Memorial Day for young ballplayers.
The Digital Bookmobile National Tour is making a stop at Mt. Lebanon Public Library, 16 Castle Shannon Blvd., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 11. The Bookmobile will be parked in the library’s upper parking lot, near Hazel Drive.