The Abbey Players will present “Fame Jr.” at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 22 and at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 in St. Benedict the Abbot Church’s Pope Benedict Center in Peters Township.
John Matthew Chapman is charged with kidnapping and obstruction for justice for his role in the disappearance of Jaime Feden, who he says he murdered in Nevada.
Municipal property tax bills will remain the same in Bethel Park, after council adopted a $28.6 million general fund budget that includes no tax increase Nov. 12.
A new style of speed deterrent on Robinhood Lane has drawn complaints, prompting the questioning of residents whether they still want one on their street.
In the year since the shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue left 11 congregants dead, Pittsburgh has become an "epicenter of anti-Semitism."
The cost would be approximately $14.3 million for the project, which is to take place in time for the start of the 2021-22 school year.
Upper St. Clair's $22 million general fund budget will hold the real estate tax rate at 3.83 mills and the earned income tax rate to 0.80 percent.
As beards and mustaches start to sprout during No-Shave November, South Fayette Township resident Stacy Hurt is stashing away her razor, too.
The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce recently honored nearly 50 member organizations during its second annual Excellence Awards event.
Projects on the radar include two intersections and construction of Rolling Hills Drive to access the new high school and municipal park.
Under siege and under the microscope in recent weeks, President Donald Trump came to the erstwhile Steel City espousing the energy industry and his energy initiatives, while displaying an abundance of energy himself.
South Fayette Township Police Department is joining in on No-Shave November to help fight cancer. Participants can grow a beard, wear an #SFAgainstCancer bracelet and/or wear lavender, the color representing all cancers, throughout November.
Representatives from the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority provide details about plans toward complying with the federal Clean Water Act.
To help pay for a new high school and converting the existing building into a middle school, Peters Township School District is poised to take on new debt while reducing its current obligation.
Sheri Fink, a reporter for The New York Times, detailed ethical decisions that were made at a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina.