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Peters Township Chamber of Commerce has organized live online public forums and community updates featuring officials from local municipalities.
Matthew Brace was looking forward to celebrating at his favorite restaurant, but the efforts of area police, firefighters and emergency personnel more than made up for his initial disappointment.
- Local Catholic schools shift academic focus online
- Bethel Park aims for May 4 to reopen municipal building, library, community center
- Peters Township Girl Scout earns Gold Award
- Upper St. Clair events canceled for May
- Virtual library is open in Mt. Lebanon
- First responders brighten birthday for Bethel Park teen with special needs
- Chartiers Valley senior named Almanac MVP
- ‘This is our chance’: Bethel Park instructor encourages fitness efforts
- Chartiers Valley, Bethel Park lead Almanac girls all-star list
- Upper St. Clair teacher offers resources for special-needs students
Tentative plans call for the Bethel Park Municipal Building and public library, 5100 W. Library Ave., and Bethel Park Community Center, 5151 Park Ave., to reopen to the public May 4.
Hamilton Church Preschool in Bethel Park is providing support for students at home, including organizing a drive-by birthday celebration.
Sarah Robinson’s Iddy Biddy Fashions, which has locations in Peters and North Strabane Township, has a history of helping the City Mission and Salvation Army in Washington.
Amy Taylor, who hosts fitness-related programs on BPTV and leads classes at Spencer Family YMCA, suggests that changes prompted by COVID-19 can serve as opportunities.
Township manager John Barrett and other municipal officials participate in the first of a series if online forums organized by the South West Communities Chamber of Commerce.
The group is documenting local history as it occurs during the COVID-19 pandemic, for the edification of future generations.
Timothy Steinhauer and sidekick Wishbone offer information and activities for students, plus the adults who happen to be watching.
By way of technology, Mt. Lebanon commissioners hosted a series of officials from the federal to local level during a regularly scheduled discussion session conducted Tuesday on a virtual basis.
With the impending departure of Dr. Joseph Pasquerilla, Bethel Park School District hired a temporary superintendent who has filled that role for several area school districts over the years.
Township manager Paul Lauer reports that many departments are continuing in a productive manner, despite limitations.
Andy Amrhein of Evey True Value Hardware has compiled an impressive list of efforts toward the community’s betterment.
Michael Gamel-McCormick, disability policy director for U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, spoke the Disability and Mental Health Summit hosted by state Rep. Dan Miller, D-Mt. Lebanon.
Bob Giacometti keeps the music playing with Virtual Open Mic, and the questions and answers going with Virtual Music Trivia.
Junior Elle Snyder served as a speaker during the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference, hosted by National Alliance on Mental Illness Southwestern Pennsylvania.
In response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Highmark Health and Allegheny Health Network officials announced drive-up collection sites for COVID-19 testing are opening at four Western Pennsylvania locations.
“We are committed to accuracy over speed,” Jeannine French asserts during an appropriately social-distanced school board meeting.
In response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 global pandemic, St. Clair Hospital in Mt. Lebanon has announced immediate new restrictions on patient visitation.
Gov. Tom Wolf today ordered all nonessential businesses to close at midnight to help slow the spread of novel coronavirus as the number of those with the illness rose to 76 in Pennsylvania.
Allegheny Health Network confirmed Sunday afternoon that Jefferson Hospital in Jefferson Hills is treating an adult patient with confirmed coronavirus COVID-19.