Bethel Park School Board picked a familiar face to fill a vacancy to the board.
Bethel Park lost 17 percent of its tree cover from 2010-15, according to a study by the environmental nonprofit group Tree Pittsburgh. So students at Neil Armstrong Middle School helped to plant 20 October glory maples.
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Thirty Upper St. Clair High School students received a visit from author, screenwriter and director Stephen Chbosky, a 1988 USC graduate and the author of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
Tom Strang, paralyzed from the waist down in a fall in his home in 1990, rediscovered his passion for life when he competed in the National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Pittsburgh in 1998.
Peters Township School District plans to borrow $20 million toward projects involving its current and new high school.
The Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania will hold its 14th annual Peace Begins At Home Dinner at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe Oct. 16, the middle of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
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.
Even before the official start of Peters Township Fire Department’s Sept. 28 open house, members of local families were on hand and ready to start participating in the festivities.
The 2019 Upper St. Clair homecoming game was held Sept. 27. The Homecoming Court candidates for Queen included seniors Sarah Berlin, Karlie Daschbach, Grace Eberle, Catherine O’Connor and Muirinn Rooney. Senior boys vying for King included Kyle Chen, Kevin Finn, Aidan Gibson, Aidan Gordley a…
Peters Township and North Strabane fire departments are teaming up to educate the public about their operations, and how to best handle an emergency before first responders arrive.
The pairing of beer and books isn’t such a bad idea, as the second annual Beer for Books to benefit South Fayette Township Library amply demonstrated.
The district’s intent is to turn the building into a middle school and possibly relocate central administration there.
Bonny Diver, Pittsburgh radio personality and executive director of Hair Peace Charities, served as guest speaker for a recent McMurray Rotary Club meeting in Peters Township.
For more than a century, clubs in Rotary International have had a standard practice of meeting once a week, usually for breakfast or lunch, with similar formats for each meeting.