“Get Out of Your Life” by Pierce Dipner and the Shades of Blue carries on the time-honored tradition of playing and singing the blues.
AARP Chapter 3016 meets the second Thursday of each month year-round at Unity Presbyterian Church, 1146 Greentree Road, at the intersection of Potomac Avenue. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., followed by the meeting at noon. Light refreshments are served. Anyone over 55 is welcome.
The amendment, which now goes to the Mt. Lebanon Commission for final approval, would allow for townhouses in the R-7 zoning district.
Members of the Historic Preservation Board and a related brick streets steering committee are putting in substantial effort in support of a new municipal policy.
This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday marked the 25th anniversary of the day of service that celebrates the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy.
Students in the high school’s Integrated Studies: Women in History and Literature course collect new articles of clothing that the rape crisis center can provide for victims.
The Scott Township retirement community has expanded considerably since its opening by the Mt. Lebanon-based Baptist Homes Society in 2009.
A former administer of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair Township was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in state prison and ordered to pay $1.2 million in restitution on Tuesday.
Colleen Oakley’s “You Were There Too” features the premise of two strangers who tend to have visions of each other while sleeping.
South Fayette captured a PIAA championship in cheerleading. The Lions edged Lansdale Catholic, 88.73-87.28, to win the title. South Park finished third with an 87.27 score. In the top row, from left, are Gabby Schinosi, Lilly Hillebrand and Tatum Sanders; middle row Amelia Stilley, Hannah Hu…
Jim O’Brien will speak about his 30th book, which covers decades’ worth of Pittsburgh Steelers and other luminaries, sports and otherwise.
Nearly four decades ago, Indiana University of Pennsylvania made several lists of the nation’s best colleges for the money, with its full-time tuition of about $450 per semester a heavily contributing factor.