Peters Township Public Library has begun offering safe access to physical materials from the library through a limited curbside pickup service.
Following a temporary shutdown because of COVID-19, about three-quarters of the project’s workforce is back on the job.
The $70.79 million spending plan is subject to adjustments prior to its required June 30 adoption.
From continuing remote learning to returning to the classroom, administrators are planning for various levels of restrictions that may be in place.
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The socially distanced performance by the South Hills Children’s Choir is scheduled for June 4.
State Sen. Pam Iovino, D-Mt. Lebanon, hosts a “telephone town hall” to provide relevant information and answer questions.
Even though Washington County is going “yellow,” a favorite recreational activity is not among those permitted under state guidelines.
High school orchestra members have been producing videos for the benefit of fledgling musicians during the school closure caused by COVID-19.
Fired Up Pottery Studio in Peters Township has donated 200 paint-your-own-pottery kits to the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital.
The Class of 2020 faces an unprecedented situation in terms of high school traditions.
The grassroots mutual aid community connects people in need with people who want to provide assistance.
WOMEN of Southwestern Pa. Inc. (Women Organized to Mentor, Empower and Network) is accepting funding requests from local nonprofit, charitable and community organizations.
The acquisition of about 1,500 square feet of private property is sought to link Manor Drive with the in-progress Juniper Woods development.
Construction activities are among the first to resume since the implementation of state stay-at-home orders.
Rachel Bunta wants to help people deal with the fallout from COVID-19 as she awaits the opportunity to reopen Opal Rose, of which she recently took ownership.
The executive director of Peters Township-based Watchful Shepherd USA cautions that the current situation could be contributing to an increase in cases.
With her Bethel Park studio unavailable for gatherings, Peters Township resident Silvi Labovitz has come up with a different way of helping children celebrate.
With its office closed and sites for support groups unavailable, the nonprofit organization is offering help through a series of innovative measures.
The project shut down temporarily because of a state order pertaining to construction in the wake of COVID-19.
The gap between projected revenues and expenditures has widened since preliminary 2020-21 budget figures were presented in February.
The Neighbors Helping Neighbors program has the mission of helping people who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19.
The Everyday Heroes Virtual Run/Walk temporarily is taking place of the postponed Light the Way Gala, scheduled to be held in Peters Township.
Brian Ruscello joins with restaurants in providing meals for South Hills police department and the neonatal intensive care unit at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital.