Plans for Pemberley Manor, to be located between Sugar Camp Road and Peterswood Park, call for 18 patio homes and 30 single-family homes.
Although much of Peters Township has changed significantly during the past couple of decades, at least one feature has remained constant for t…
On the path to recovery, many an addict faces a question.
Peters Township Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual luncheon for new Peters Township School District teachers and administrators from 11 …
- Bethel Park citizens group to challenge rezoning
- Peters Township business owner plans deer cull to help cut losses
- South Fayette hosts Upper St. Clair
- Kramer named USC School District solicitor
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- Bethel Park bedtime story series reaches far-away audiences
- Scott Township parish calls off festival after threat
- Upper St. Clair swimmer qualifies for Junior World Championships
A Canonsburg-area youngster raises money to buy stuff animals and give them to first responders, who in turn give them to children.
Founding member Roger Earl talks about the band’s Pittsburgh connections, including lead guitarist Bryan Bassett and show opener Matt Barranti.
The 14th annual Broadway Cabaret Camp has wrapped up another session under the direction of Kristianna Gizzi of Pittsburgh Performing Arts Studio.
Council approves the first revision in 28 years to local guidelines for snow removal.
When you think of a BMW, you definitely are not going to picture Michael McCloskey’s 1957 Isetta.
Tim and Danielle Bombash like to make sure their customers leave their boutique with plenty of relevant knowledge.
Faye Klein came up with a 120-card deck, each with a letter of the alphabet, that has a series of intriguing variations.
With his strong showing at the Future Business Leaders of America’s National Leadership Conference, Kyle Kroboth has a boast he can make with merit.
The merger of two former districts puts Allegheny, Washington and Greene counties under the same regional umbrella of the worldwide service organization.
Cory Huminsky is looking forward to participating in the CancerClimber Association’s 2020 trek up Africa’s highest mountain.
The development of half of the former Rolling Hills Country Club as a municipal park continues to move forward in Peters Township.
There was plenty of fun in the sun for those who attended the 41st annual event.
The next construction milestone is enclosing the building to allow for interior work during winter.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ longtime neurosurgeon discusses his new book at author Jim O’Brien’s monthly luncheon in Peters Township.
For many, it doesn’t get better than hearing electric guitar in the context of Iron Maiden or Metallica, but there certainly is a more mellow side.
The Washington-based organization receives a $1,500 donation from the McMurray Rotary Club.
The request calls for adding “gender identity or sexual orientation” to the policy’s language.
Penn State students Chad Spencer and Ashley Meisel spearhead efforts to the bring annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society back to their alma mater.
Michael McLaughlin Jr. takes over for Daniel Coyle, and David Caputo is promoted to deputy fire chief.
Most people know about Albert Einstein, the epitome of human intelligence, who once stuck out his tongue for a photograph.