Patrick Anderson of Mt. Lebanon and Emily Carter from Bethel Park put the WPIAL on notice that they are the favorites to win the individual cross country championships as they dominated the competition during the Tri-State Track Coaches Association Meet.
Bethel Park School District finished last fiscal year with a $3.4 million surplus, but some board members worry the district won’t be able to stay in the black much longer after the board cut the property tax rate by more than 8% for this fiscal year.
When looking back on the 2019 football season, the Peters Township Indians will reflect on how special their 30-7 victory against Bethel Park Oct. 18 was and not just because it put the team in a position to clinch its second straight Allegheny Conference championship this Friday at Baldwin …
Kat Wang needed inspiration. Her back hurt. She had already taken a few doses of Motrin. Plus, she had lost seven straight games to find herself floundering in the biggest tennis match of her life.
The Brightwood Road station, which opened three years ago, was designed to serve the community’s needs well into the future.
Restored to its 1905 condition, the bell is unveiled at the Schoolhouse Arts and History Center during the Bethel Park Historical Society’s third annual open house.
Rob Eldridge could have been speaking for Mt. Lebanon and Peters Township as much as he was commenting on behalf of his South Fayette boys club as the WPIAL soccer tournaments for all classifications commenced.
Questions concerning changes to the home rule charter will once again appear on the ballot in Bethel Park at the Nov. 5 general election.
Jordan Corcoran talks at the first Walk for Wellbeing and Wellness about her own struggles, how she has coped and how she is helping others.
Bethel Park lost 17 percent of its tree cover from 2010-15, according to a study by the environmental nonprofit group Tree Pittsburgh. So students at Neil Armstrong Middle School helped to plant 20 October glory maples.
Thirty Upper St. Clair High School students received a visit from author, screenwriter and director Stephen Chbosky, a 1988 USC graduate and the author of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
Tom Strang, paralyzed from the waist down in a fall in his home in 1990, rediscovered his passion for life when he competed in the National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Pittsburgh in 1998.
Peters Township School District plans to borrow $20 million toward projects involving its current and new high school.
Peters Township's Kat Wang Marra Bruce and win the WPIAL Class AAA doubles tennis title with a straight-set victory over Jenna Bell and Carolin Walters from Latrobe.