The school board plans to vote July 27 on a health and safety plan to submit to the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Instruction for students will start Aug. 24, and the discount and face period for real estate tax payments each are pushed back a month.
Mt. Lebanon native John C. Mascaro, an Upper St. Clair resident at the time of his death, used proceeds from a second mortgage to build a nationally recognized business.
An overhaul of the Signage and Public Displays section of township code of ordinances includes provisions limiting the posting of temporary signs and adhering to a Supreme Court decision regarding content-based restrictions.
Council votes 4-3 to proceed with plans to construct a public swimming pool and related amenities at the future Rolling Hills Park.
- Peters Township officials approve 5-day school week to open academic year
- School district health, safety plan approved by one-vote margin in Mt. Lebanon
- Golf binds father-daughter duo
- Two in school, three at home: Upper St. Clair considers ‘hybrid’ reopening
- Bethel Park reconsiders format for school year opening
- Student-organized pickleball tournament in Upper St. Clair raises $1,200
- ‘No. 1 priority’: Spencer Family YMCA in Bethel Park promotes safety in reopening
- Further examination of license plate recognition capabilities planned in Mt. Lebanon
- Whether rain or heat, Mt. Lebanon group prepares for annual summer event
- Players, coaches ready to play football, despite virus
Heather Czerpak, on the staff of MedVet Pittsburgh, is among 10 finalists in the seventh annual American Humane Hero Veterinarian and Hero Veterinary Nurse Awards, sponsored by Zoetis Petcare.
Five members of the Class of 2020 at various high schools have been provided with financial help in furthering their education.
John Sarkis of the Skyliners shares his vocal talents for the township’s Senior Series, which also features a concert in August.
Plans for Pemberley Manor call for a total of 48 lots on 30 acres near the intersection of Froebe and Sugar Camp roads.
The McMurray Rotay Club hosts a virtual guest who shares insight to brain function and how it can be affected for the better.
Vidhur Senthil is leading an effort to benefit the South Hills Interfaith Movement, Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank and Greater Washington County Food Bank.
Work on the road’s reconfiguration is expected to be proceeding in earnest by the end of July.
Township manager Paul Lauer expresses some areas of concern with regard to safety measures.
After five years with the library, following 36 years with Peters Township School District, Myra Oleynik is calling it a career.
The new location at Donaldson’s Crossroads features a variety of organic menu offerings.
Journalist Cody McDevitt has uncovered information about the largely forgotten banishment of 2,000 Black and Mexican people from the Cambria County city in 1923.
The annual President’s Dinner for the Peters Township service organization went a different, but still effective, route this year.
Juliette Langley, a member of the Peters Township High School Class of 2020, is honored with the highest award in Girl Scouting.
The schedule calls for students and staff members to move into the new building in early January.
Homeowners can expect to pay an extra $35 for each $100,000 in assessed value.
Officials are taking factors related to COVID-19 into consideration in developing a proposal to submit to the school board.
Cookie White’s “And I Heard God Whisper, I’m Still Here” in part addresses her two battles against breast cancer.
The impact of COVID-19 is a consideration as the township moves forward on plans to construct a municipal swimming pool.
John Rezek, who heads the editorial staff of The Rotarian, provides insight as an online guest of the McMurray Rotary Club.
Nora O’Toole, who plans to attend Penn State, receives $1,000 in what the committee plans to make an annual occurrence.