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Katie and José Rosa of Everest Eats are providing an opportunity to sample healthy fare during “A World of Flavor.”
Noah Gearhart of Bethel Park and Caleb Klemick of Mt. Lebanon are serving as committee directors in the world’s largest student-run philanthropy.
- ‘Bigger’ fireworks display set for Bethel Park’s Summer Spectacular
- Bethel Park's historic softball season ended by Penn Manor
- Resurrection Parish announces SummerFest 2021 in Bethel Park
- Event raises more than $20,000 toward medical service dogs for veterans
- ‘Here we are, 14 years later’: Event benefits continuing mission of Horses With Hope
- ‘It looks so good’: Event in Cecil Township features variety of plant-based food
- Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair lead list of boys lacrosse stars
- Bethel Park handles its business in win over Southern Lehigh
- Holy Cross Greek-food-to-go sale returns in Mt. Lebanon
- Students from South Hills take leadership roles for Penn State’s THON
South Hills Interfaith Movement’s upcoming fundraising event, Celebrate the South Hills with SHIM @home, is another opportunity to do more good.
A benefit’s big turnout provides plenty of support for Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs Inc. through Life Changing Service Dogs for Veterans.
The June 6 commemoration has the goal of demonstrating that life after a cancer diagnosis can be a reality.
Members of the parish, formed by the merger of St. Bernard and Our Lady of Grace churches, have the opportunity to gather together for a series of seasonal happenings.
Municipal manager Laurence Christian, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, serves as guest of honor as a Bethel Park tradition resumes for 2021.
Archivist Carolyn Friedrich and reference librarian Margaret Deitzer are working on preserving as much of Peters Township’s past as possible.
Joelle Farah, recipient of the honor from the South West Communities Chamber of Commerce, has excelled in the classroom and beyond despite personal loss.
An Upper St. Clair High School junior has been named a National Cyber Scholar in the recent National Cyber Scholarship Competition.
The area in the vicinity of Foster Elementary School is the focus of an effort to make walkways safer, with property owners expected to bear the cost.
Dr. Andrew Allison and his wife, Minna, both W&J graduates, replace a missing painting of his ancestor Col. James Allison (1743-1820).
When people think about members of the clergy and how they came to their calling, they might envision their backgrounds, experiences, college majors and even what they did in earlier careers.
The immersive experience, created specifically for children with developmental disabilities and/or sensory sensitivities, is available for families at no charge.