Danny’s Pizza and Hoagies is back in business, with the blessing of founder Dan Rowsick Sr.
State Rep. Natalie Mihalek, R-Upper St. Clair, said registration is now available for the Port Authority Senior Citizen ConnectCard at her district office, 3515 Washington Road, Suite 540, Peters Township.
- Peters Township graduates reopen 60-year-old Bethel Park restaurant
- Bethel Park student wins pageant in ‘World Series of Baton Twirling’
- Miracle League players receive the star treatment
- ConnectCard registration available at legislator’s Peters Township office
- Peters Township School Board approves 13 change orders, rejects 1
- South Fayette golfers earn medalist honors
- Peters Township wins TCADA match
- Peters Township hosts Citizens’ Police Academy
- Vaccine bait distribution scheduled in Peters Township
Alexis Kiesling, a senior at Bethel Park High School, finished first overall in the America’s Youth On Parade Beginner Pageant 16-Plus at the University of Notre Dame.
The 50-year-old organization awards music scholarships, including one started by the family of the late Mt. Lebanon High School teacher Phillip Bianco.
The band, which includes a Brookline resident and two Mt. Lebanon High School graduates, has a release show for “Hieroglyphica” on Aug. 24.
Our Lady of Grace Parish in Scott Township, Allegheny County, canceled its parish festival as a result of an anonymous threat made against it.
Plans for Pemberley Manor, to be located between Sugar Camp Road and Peterswood Park, call for 18 patio homes and 30 single-family homes.
Upper St Clair commissioners voted to give final land development approval to J. P. Morgan Chase Bank’s plans to demolish the former Trunk Show Boutique building at 1815 Washington Road and construct a 2,597 square foot Chase Bank branch with drive-up ATM and related site improvements.
Auburn Weisensale, director of nutrition for the University of Pittsburgh athletic department, provides information that could be beneficial to everyone.
Although much of Peters Township has changed significantly during the past couple of decades, at least one feature has remained constant for the past couple of centuries.
Fans of “The Honeymooners” will recall the episode in which Ralph appears on television as the Chef of the Future and promptly is dumbstruck.
Mainstay Life Services, the Scott Township nonprofit that provides lifelong support to people with developmental disabilities, continues to grow with the hiring of Lisa Svidron as associate director of employment services.
Retired teacher Jane Offutt has been awarded a patent for the 21st-century version of an idea she came up with nearly four decades ago.
Peters Township Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual luncheon for new Peters Township School District teachers and administrators from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Aug. 13 at Bella Sera, 414 Morganza Road, Cecil Township.
Different approaches are being explored with the goal toward making the Washington Road corridor more vibrant by encouraging certain types of businesses.
Dan Petrich, a 1989 Mt. Lebanon High School graduate, will perform at 7 p.m. Aug. 15 as part of Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s Concert in the Courtyard series.
Founding member Roger Earl talks about the band’s Pittsburgh connections, including lead guitarist Bryan Bassett and show opener Matt Barranti.
Jumping Jack Theater’s artistic director, Stephen Santa, works on stage productions for children who are on the autism spectrum or have other special needs.
It might be natural to wonder how “chairobics,” doing exercises while pretty much remaining seated, can be an effective form of exercise.
Pennsylvania Resources Council has scheduled events into the fall to help rid homes of chemicals, e-waste and a wide variety of hard-to-recycle materials. All events are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.