The 2021 spending plan, on which commissioners will vote Dec. 8, helps ensure that the Mt. Lebanon Swim Center opens next summer if at all possible
Ella Korb and Annabelle Gaston, both fifth-grade students at Neil Armstrong Middle School, raised $500 for the benefit of Bethel Park Public Library.
William Gullborg owned and operated an insurance business for more than 40 years and was a McMurray Rotary Club member for more than half a century.
As part of Facebook’s #GivingTuesday, the Finleyville Food Pantry will receive monetary support, along with donations of nonperishable items.
Council votes to restrict activity in what had been a public space for parks and recreation programs, along with other gatherings.
Fourteen groupings of parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will merge Jan. 4 to create 14 new parishes. Forty parishes will be part of the mergers.
Salutes greet Andrew Slavonic, who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, as he arrives at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 764.
Township manager Paul Lauer commends municipal employees for “a good job in terms of protecting themselves and fellow workers.”
The township’s budget and capital improvement program shows expenditures outpacing revenues, with the gap bridged by proceeds from bond issues.
Even though Seton LaSalle experienced back-to-back losing seasons, Mauro Monz of South Fayette views the task as his alma mater’s latest head football coach as that of reviving rather than rebuilding the program.
Reagan Milliken excels enough in softball and basketball for Bethel Park to have accumulated a number of memorable moments. Her proudest achievement, however, has not occurred on the field or the court.
Carol Glock, a Washington & Jefferson College adjunct professor, started the Glock Foundation following her successful treatment for inflammatory breast cancer.
Upper St. Clair High School graduates Tina Kaduck and Christopher Pfanstiel are opening a regional franchise of rapidly growing Koala Insulation.
Chef Carlos Thomas’ goals include helping people overcome food insecurity, teaching about proper nutrition and preparing students for careers in the culinary workforce.
Entrepreneurial studies are being taught enthusiastically and aggressively in the three institutions of higher learning in Washington and Greene counties.
Lovers of the classic holiday film “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” will have the opportunity to view the movie virtually with the Griswolds themselves.
The school board voted 7-2 in favor of a plan for winter sports season that includes extensive precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19.
Commissioners are considering an update to the municipal code in conjunction with Federal Communications Commission orders regarding the implementation of 5G technology.
Brad Barnes talks about his father, Richard, who started The Advertiser in 1965 to serve Donaldson’s Crossroads businesses and South Hills communities.
For the second straight season, the Peters Township football team came up short of winning a WPIAL title, falling to Pine-Richland 35-0 in the Class 5A championship game played Nov. 14 at at Wright Field on the campus of North Allegheny High School.