Jim Knapp said a big wedding wasn't always in the cards for his daughter, Casey.
The three quilts could not, at first glance, be more different.
Peters Township council will hold a public hearing next month to consider three changes to the zoning ordinance.
Millions of borrowers are awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, and among them are 1.15 million Pennsylvanians who applied for debt cancellation.
Mullett's striving to make headway on Mt. Lebanon business scene.
Men, women and children dressed in favorite costumes stepped right up for a fun, festive evening last Tuesday, when Chabad of the South Hills hosted Purim at the Circus.
Two individuals who have been actively involved in the community have received citizen of the year honors from Magisterial District Judge Ron Arnoni.
The sale of a $2 million tract a boost to new industrial park off the Southern Beltway.
With a substantial increase in deer carcasses being found in the area, Bethel Park Council took a step last month to bolster its efforts in culling the deer population.
The South Hills Home Show will be held March 17-19 at the Cools Springs Sports Complex in Bethel Park.
Cake, conversation and lots of history were on the agenda at the Honus Wagner Museum last weekend, where the Historical Society of Carnegie hosted a 140th birthday party for “The Flying Dutchman.” Honus Wagner, a lifelong Carnegian, started his 21-year baseball career with the Louisville Col…
The second phase of Bethel Park School District’s Independence Middle School renovation project has been put on hold after costs came in higher than anticipated.
David Esken of Finleyville has always been close with his four siblings.
Frank Schiffman, an Upper St. Clair resident, hosts the podcast "Out of Place."
Peters Township Public Library took a virtual trip through the history of Route 19 and the commercial development it brought to Peters Township.
Wander Canonsburg’s downtown long enough and you may find yourself inside a calm, modern café, where the conversation is as warm as the coffee, the company as delightful as the pastries.
A memorial marker that will be installed at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies this spring will bring some closure to the family of Vietnam War veteran Dennis “Denny” Krisfalusy, nearly 38 years after he and his wife, Lois, died in an earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico.
Pennsylvania American Water has begun replacing 2 miles of water main in Peters Township and South Fayette.
A new treatment aimed at curbing the debilitating effects of Alzheimer’s disease won approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier this year. Lecanemab is now the second-ever treatment for the disease to receive approval. The drug will be sold under the brand name Leqembi, and clinical trials showed it is the first treatment of its kind to slow cognitive decline.
The Peters Township Police Department is receiving $3.7 million in forfeited funds as a result of a detective's work with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration task force.
The Peters Township Police Department issued a warning on its Facebook page this week concerning multiple burglaries in the area.
Weekday, daylight, single-lane restrictions will begin Wednesday on Route 1010 (Bebout Road) at the intersection with Valley Brook Road in Peters Township. The restrictions, controlled by flaggers, will occur through the end of March.
The origins of the Bethel Park Lions Club are intriguing to member Dave Lovejoy.
The Horror Realm convention is coming to Crowne Plaza at Bethel Park Friday, March 3 to Sunday, March 5.
Mike Suley of Scott Township recently was given a proclamation by the Allegheny County Council recognizing his 45 years in the real estate business and county government.
The bishops of the Diocese of Pittsburgh and Greensburg have issued dispensations from the obligation to abstain from meat on Friday, March 17, St. Patrick’s Day.
A Seniors for Safe Driving class will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. March 7 and Oct. 10 at South Fayette Parks and Recreation, 515 Millers RunRoad. Fee is $16.
February 22 marked the start of Lent, and busy Christians dashed to get their ashes.
A property tax/rent rebate clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 9 at the Bethel Park Public Library, located at 5100 W. Library Ave.
If the weather forecast does not change soon, Punxsutawney Phil will have some explaining to do to Sam and Emily Osleger.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the summer of 2020, Patrick Weldon was a 13-year-old making deliveries for Meals on Wheels when he had an epiphany of sorts.
Byron Zajdel was promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army Reserve. Zajdel is a member of the Army’s Space Battalion at Fort Carson, Colo.
Area schools are raising money and collecting donated musical instruments for Elizabeth Forward School District after a fire over the weekend destroyed the high school auditorium, choir and band rooms, including instruments, uniforms and sets for the musical.
The Municipality of Bethel Park has been recognized as a “2023 Banner Community” by County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and the Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM).
As gents scramble to make romantic dinner reservations for Feb. 14, women get dolled up for an equally special holiday: Galentine’s Day, celebrated annually on or around Feb. 13.
Love is in the air, and it’s available for a limited time at your local Arby’s.
Organizers of the Town Hall South speaker series have announced the lineup for the 2023-24 season.
A pair of once-popular businesses shutter in South Hills.
A vehicle crashed into the Bower Hill Fire Department Tuesday evening, destroying one of the garage doors.
Applications for the Peters Township Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy are due Feb. 28.
Bethel Park Mayor Jack Allen received the Allegheny County Boroughs Association’s “Borough Official of the Year” award on Feb. 4 at the Rivers Club in Pittsburgh.
The walkway connecting Mt. Lebanon High School’s academic and athletic buildings will be renamed McFeeley Way in honor of late high school principal Brian McFeeley, who passed in March 2022 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
A little more than 50 Bethel Park High School students comprise a new club working toward a common purpose – spreading awareness about the environment.
As part of Catholic Schools Week, nearly 200 seventh-graders visited Seton LaSalle Catholic High School for the Charism Challenge.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) will be providing free assistance for preparing tax returns Feb. 6 through April 6 at the Bible Chapel, 300 Gallery Drive, McMurray.