High school senior Ariel Cameroe Radinovic qualified at the district, region and state levels before passing the National Association for Music Educators’ audition.
The municipality does substantial work each year as part of corrective measures within the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority’s service area.
- New Peters Township High School almost ready for students
- Virtual meeting scheduled regarding Peters Township intersection
- Thanks in part to grant money, Bethel Park plans recreational upgrades
- South Fayette student selected as All-National Honors Ensemble vocalist
- Peters Township patiently working toward success
- Mt. Lebanon commissioners continue work on resolving parking issues
- Peters Township resident helps schools navigate pandemic-related issues
- Upper St. Clair off to 3-0 start
The municipality has been awarded $750,000 for improvements to facilities at the Bethel Park Community Center, and work at Millennium Park also is in planned.
Pam Selker Rak joins with fellow Leadership Pittsburgh graduates to address needs of some of the area’s smaller school districts.
Year of Kindness Committee members hope to cultivate self-awareness and effect social change with a new program presented virtually.
The ad hoc committee includes four working groups to address issues such as community awareness, hiring practices and police engagement.
Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and safety guidelines as part of the municipality of Bethel Park’s Live Well speaker series.
The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce said thanks to a tremendous community effort, its Free Little Pantry has helped more people in need this holiday season.
World War II veteran Peter Edwards Jr., who still can boast about his feats on the golf course, is honored by Judge Ronald Arnoni and other officials.
Ryan and Amy Bruckner of South Strabane Township look forward to serving the next round of outdoor gatherings with their new business.
Dr. Frank Gaudio of Washington Health System provides information as part of the municipality’s Live Well speaker series.
A request by Peters Township Baseball Association to convert an unused athletic field to a pair of baseball fields has been granted approval.
FirstEnergy Corp. requests permission for employment of “selective chemistry” to help mitigate trees that threaten power lines.
Dairy Queen Chill and Grill has been a consistent supporter of Life Changing Service Dogs for Veterans and the organization it supports, Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs Inc.
In the first of a three-part series, Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses transmission, symptoms and mortality rates associated with the coronavirus.
More than 2,000 volunteers lay 14,000-plus wreaths at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies in Cecil Township as part of an annual international effort.
At the organization’s South Fayette location, Patrice Matamoros succeeds Dennis Gilfoyle, who retires at the end of December after 36 years with Junior Achievement.
The design engineer of record for the first phase of Rolling Hills Park has been contracted for a fee not to exceed $90,000.
The rate remains at 1.622 mills, as it has been since 2018, but township manager Paul Lauer advises of a possible increase for 2022.
Anne Smith, music director at Bower Hill Community Church, is using technology to allow for voices to continue to be heard, including for a special Christmas Even presentation.
The nonprofit organizations have held three distributions this year to provide assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bethel Park Historical Society, with the help of numerous sponsors, puts on an event that allows for children to visit with jolly ol’ St. Nick in a safe manner.
A special event in the Dormont Pool parking lot allows for guests to enjoy the festivities in the safety of their vehicles.
Y-Princesses and Y-Guides at Spencer Family YMCA in Bethel Park present 400 holiday decorations to residents of Asbury Heights.
For nearly eight years, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mer Morgan has been keeping physically fit with Pure Barre in Peters Township.