Women in gowns and men in suits will gracefully glide into the Double Tree Hotel in Cranberry this Friday, Oct. 7, for the annual Pink Pamper Bubble Ball to raise funds for breast cancer fighters and survivors.
Environmental groups are mobilizing to monitor air and water quality around Royal Dutch Shell’s soon-to-open petrochemical cracker plant in Beaver County.
Dr. Donald William Mercer mastered every trade he pursued, but the former Mt. Lebanon resident was at the top of his game when it came to tennis.
Peters Township Council is preparing to again bid out the aquatic center project, but this time around will also seek quotes for an alternate design that leaves out a spray park.
- USC senior selected to all-national honor choir
- Bethel Park a perfect place to live
- Little Lake teams up with School for the Deaf for ASL production of 'Captain Louie Jr.'
- Peters Township council to seek alternate bids for aquatic center sans spray park
- Mt. Lebanon hosts Upper St. Clair in backyard brawl Sept. 30
- Mt. Lebanon man was a force in tennis, industry, music
- Upper St. Clair tandem win section doubles title
- Malosh aces first round in WPIAL golf championships
- Foundation Meet showcases state's best runners
- Environmental groups preparing for production at Shell’s cracker plant
I never thought that I would have to live through a war – the war in my country that forced me to leave home and travel thousands of kilometers from relatives and friends. For me, as well as for millions of Ukrainians, it all started on Feb. 24. I woke up at 6 a.m. when my beloved said, “Nastia, it has begun.” I still did not understand the scale of what was happening, even when I saw the smoke through the window. I remember imagining the impossible, that the smoke was just morning fog. No, it was smoke from a Russian rocket that fell two kilometers from us.
Editor's note: This story was updated Sept. 23 to clarify Moms for Liberty – Washington County Chapter's stance on petitioning area school districts.
The Bridgeville man who live-streamed himself storming the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 attack on Congress pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Washington D.C. and will be sentenced later this year.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that according to department data, fatalities, injuries, and crashes decreased overall after intersections were replaced with roundabouts.
Keynotes of South Hills is accepting applications for a Music Scholarship Competition which will be held May 13, 2023 at The Fine Arts Theater of Mt. Lebanon High School.
A Peters Township man who police say left his 3-month-old son in a parked car for several hours on a hot day will stand trial for manslaughter.
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania is again looking to showcase and celebrate 18 youths ages 18 and younger for their accomplishments and achievements.
A public meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 5, in Canonsburg to update residents of Southwestern Pennsylvania on a pair of studies that were green-lighted in 2019 by Gov. Tom Wolf to explore potential health impacts, including childhood cancer, of the natural gas industry.
A Chick-fil-A restaurant will be opening in the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center on Washington Pike in Collier Township in the fall, according to Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A Inc. A specific date has not yet been determined. It will be joining several other Chick-fil-A locations throughout the …
When Andy Weir takes part in the Peters Township Library Foundation’s annual Novel November event, it will be his first trip to the Keystone State.
Several state legislative districts that appeared as though they would go uncontested in the Nov. 8 general election will now have competitive races.
Washington County District Attorney Jason Walsh will seek the death penalty for a Peters Township father accused of killing his 11-week-old son earlier this year.
Lawmakers from the South Hills discussed various policies and initiatives at a legislative lunch last week sponsored by the South Hills Chamber of Commerce.