The club was unable to meet in person last year for the traditional passing of the President’s Pin.
South Hills Interfaith Movement is looking for donations to help provide students with the supplies they need to have a safe and successful school year.
Many of the people who live in the Beacon Manor neighborhood and nearby have been expressing concerns, primarily about safety.
The tuition-free Rutledge Institute for Early Childhood Education, founded by two Peters Township natives, is accepting applications.
The nonprofit organization was unable to hold its annual competitions the past two years, but the 2022 event already is set for May 14.
Organ recipient Anthony Villiotti and members of his family are spreading the word about the damage that can be done to the body’s largest solid organ.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is partnering with the Canonsburg Lake Restoration and Improvement Association for the Aug. 1 event.
The document codifies existing practices based on the township’s comprehensive plan and its subdivision and land development ordinance.
The document addresses the library’s collection, circulation, facilities and operations, patron behavior, and Internet and social media.
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bethel Park municipal officials recognized small businesses in the community were going to need all the help they could get.
Nikki LaSota, Anna Mares, Natalie McGee, Melody Reynolds and Leah Vuillemot capture first at regional and state tournaments with their lesson-teaching presentation.
Maddie Nolen, a 2021 graduate of Upper St. Clair High School, placed eighth in Original Spoken Word Poetry at the National Speech and Debate Association Nationals.
Even though Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania’s JA BizTown opened in January 2020 in South Fayette Township, a ribbon was cut on behalf of the nonprofit’s experiential learning lab this July.
Upper St. Clair School Board approved the district’s 2021-22 final budget, totaling $91.88 million, prior to the June 30 adoption deadline.
Automotive enthusiasts gather in Union Township for an Independence Day celebration featuring cars, trucks, motorcycles and music.
An exhibit featuring students of South Fayette art teacher Selva Priya originally was scheduled to open March 14, 2020.
The Peters Township Chamber of Commerce Atypical Golf Outing, presented by Confluence Financial Partners, is scheduled for July 16.
Win Mortimer’s Professor Tipp provides a creative spark for JDM Lab Solutions in Peters Township, with a South Fayette artist lending her talents to the project.
Gary Orosz and Spencer Scott move up in the ranks, and Nicole Merrick and Austin Kline bring their law-enforcement backgrounds to the department.
Gretchen McNary’s Girl Friday Cooking Co. keeps going strong, with a delayed grand opening planned for Oct. 9 in South Fayette.
A team of recent Upper St. Clair High School graduates placed second in the Odyssey of the Mind In-Person World Finals 2021, held June 11-12 in Orlando, Fla.
The Peters Township-based club holds its annual President’s Dinner to change leadership, present honors and reflect on a uniquely challenging 2020-21.
Kristin and Dean Huibregtse organized the July 25 event in honor of their son, to support their nonprofit Always B Smiling.
Jill Yesko’s “I’m Right Here: 10 Ways to Get Help for Hoarding and Chronic Disorganization” outlines resources available to those experiencing extreme organizing challenges.