Editor’s note: This is a weekly series focusing on the importance of buying local.
South Hills Interfaith Movement has implemented a new effort to help connect people in financial hardship because of COVID-19 with the programs and services best suited to help.
- Eat’n Park employee celebrates 50 years at Bethel Park restaurant
- Sweets Without Wheat: Peters Township residents offer gluten-free cookies
- Progress continues on new Peters Township High School
- Changes don't alter enthusiasm for WPIAL cross country championships
- Peters Township swimmers, divers hope to retain home pool for season
The school district is examining potential alternatives if the schedule for converting the existing high school into a middle school doesn’t cooperate.
Leslee Richie’s White Rabbit Salon is part of the nonprofit Green Circle network of businesses that recycle hair-care products, along with the hair, itself.
Professionals Tracy Scanlon and Leslie Smirniw provide pointers in helping youngsters – adults, too – deal with stress.
A firm has been contracted to design new informational elements to be added to existing signs throughout much of the municipality.
Peters Township resident Jennifer Kehm co-founded the organization in the years following her diagnosis and treatment.
The federal CARES Act provides funding to help mitigate the financial impact on municipalities in addressing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baptist Homes Society recently said wellness director Fabiana Cheistwer has become one of the first graduates of the leadership in wellness management course offered through ICAA Education.
The lecture series’ 52nd season in Upper St. Clair will feature Dan Rather, Kevin Surace, Leon Logothetis, Richard Stengel and Dr. Temple Grandin.
Nancy and Joe Tray are hosting a Nov. 6 drive in honor of their daughter Maddelina, who was hospitalized for 40 days after her birth.
The relative sense of social isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic only compounds issues surrounded by the fear of contracting the virus.
Mt. Lebanon Commission is looking for individuals to serve on an ad hoc committee of the volunteer Community Relations Board, in the hopes of taking positive steps forward on diversity, equity and inclusion issues in the municipality.
The Lutz Farm Plan of Lots, with residences $500,000-and-up range, is proposed to be built on property bisected by Thomas Road.
Four years ago, the society embarked on a capital campaign to bring the 115-year-old Schoolhouse Arts and History Center squarely into the 21st century.
Corbin/Hanner Band veteran Al Snyder, who has been recording others at his recording studio for decades, has decided for once to concentrate for once on his own project, with impressive results.
Back in the 1970s, a number of children in the neighborhood would run down to the local corner stores to buy baseball cards and start their fun for the day.
Michael Riemer, who had served on the board since 2013, also was censured for his “profane, offensive and denigrating remarks.”
The school board approves separate plans for older and younger students, with elementary students scheduled to return the following week.
The plan allows for spectators at sporting events, where social distancing and the wearing of masks continue to be required.