Back in the 1970s, a number of children in the neighborhood would run down to the local corner stores to buy baseball cards and start their fun for the day.
Michael Riemer, who had served on the board since 2013, also was censured for his “profane, offensive and denigrating remarks.”
The school board approves separate plans for older and younger students, with elementary students scheduled to return the following week.
The plan allows for spectators at sporting events, where social distancing and the wearing of masks continue to be required.
- Bethel Park youngsters’ fall festivals benefit nonprofit organizations
- School board member resigns after using obscene language publicly in Mt. Lebanon
- Peters Township School Board updates Extracurricular Health and Safety Plan
- Historical Society of Upper St. Clair receives $100,000 grant for Gilfillan Farm
- Mt. Lebanon revisits overnight on-street parking issue
- Sports scoreboard
- Best may be yet to come for PT's Carrington
- Mt. Lebanon secondary students to return to school as soon as Oct. 5
The outdoor activity, based on the children’s book “From Head to Toe,” represents a collaborative effort between two township departments.
Washington Elementary School students Chace and Sky Stewart have made their pumpkin-selling events a seasonal tradition.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Economic Development and Tourism Fund award will be used to renovate the farm’s springhouse.
Ethan Oczkowski has been presented with the Scott Beynon Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to a Bethel Park student who plans to continue education in automotive technology.
The volunteers serving on the board have been invited to join a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Ad Hoc Committee being formed by Mt. Lebanon commissioners.
Contests for children lead up to an Oct. 4 open house, followed by the launch of a series of educational sessions and the Citizens Fire Academy.
A departure from the usual format of the South Hills Interfaith Movement’s annual fundraiser nevertheless inspires donors’ generosity.
Emma Chothani earned her Gold Award in part by organizing an educational effort on behalf of students at a Pittsburgh elementary school.
Faye Klein’s Real Life Rescue cards promote pet adoption from shelters, with part of the proceeds going to Angel Ridge Animal Rescue.
Commissioners Leeann Foster and Mindy Ranney have been working on implementing a large-scale effort to ensure that the municipality is a welcoming place.
Laurie Park shares her experiences and what she has learned following her daughter’s diagnosis as having the autoimmune disease.
With students returning to school, a group of Peters Township mothers decided to give them something they actually may want to wear.
Elks Lodge 2213 in Bethel Park is teaming up with other lodges in the area to collect items for victims of Hurricane Laura in Louisiana.
Katie Dee’s latest release offers, in her words, “seven original dark sea shanties about revenge, mistaken identities and murder.”
For their efforts on behalf of the South Hills Interfaith Movement, Joe and Lynn Smith will be honored during the organization’s virtual celebration event on Sept. 9.
Having lodged two informal complaints with the Public Utility Commission, Dr. Frank Gaudio is seeking the support of township officials as he considers a more serious filing.
Although programs have been modified because of COVID-19, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s educational component still is going strong.
Peters Township School District notified parents that a person at the high school has tested positive for COVID-19, three days after it reopened for in-person learning.
Jacob Yakima of Troop 366 leads the refurbishment of a Pathfinder School space, including making it accessible for all.
The cost of a conceptual plan, market assessment and development of a business plan for a public pool and related amenities is $65,500.
Residents of the Orchard Hilands neighborhood, located next to McMurray Elementary School, take their concerns about bus traffic to township council.
The westbound lane of Bethel Church Road will close between Alton Drive and Walther Lane in Bethel Park starting at 9 a.m. Sept. 8.
When Peters Township students returned to school Monday, the majority of them actually returned to school, for the first time since March 13.