Hayes Design Group Architects is performing work on high-profile Peters Township projects.
A glass-recycling container is in place at Peters Township Fire Department’s Station 1, 245 E. McMurray Road.
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…
Peters Township resident Sam Fee is working to document national monuments and other threatened areas of the Southwest during frequent sojourns to the southwestern United States. His photographs are shown in exhibits across the country.
Peters Township Police Department earns state accreditation
The move to a new high school planned for late December and early January prompts a longer winter break for students.
Four arrested at two Peters Township residences on drug-related charges
Youngsters at St. Benedict the Abbot are participating in a program of which Fred Rogers would be proud.
North Strabane Township resident Stephanie Urchick has encouraged McMurray Rotary Club members to start a new music program in Peters Township.
The Steelers great shares details about starting his homes for boys in his native Georgia and Washington County.
Peters Township is pursuing the purchase of a container for glass recycling to be situated locally.
Council approved measures governing requests to host fundraising activities and to use the Peterswood Park Amphitheater.
The former Steelers cornerback and Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas judge wants to help turn lives around for the better.
Certified professional organizer Jill Yesko will present tips for getting rid of clutter.
Sports photographer Jeanine Leech of Bethel Park will be the speaker at the Western Pennsylvania Lensshooters Camera Club meeting at 7:15 p.m. Jan. 8 at Peters Township Public Library.
Ebtehal Badawi’s “Pittsburgh Builds Bridges” is part of VisitPITTSBURGH’s 90 Painted Chairs program, and she seeks to paint a mural based on the work.
“Viva el Bingo!” supports the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation
Plans call for Westbury, in the Hackett area, and Pemerley Manor, next to Peterswood Park, to contain a total of 117 new homes.
Two council members vote against the spending plan, which features improvements toward the development of Rolling Hills Park.
The second annual event, T.A. Robinson Asphalt Paving Inc. and Bowers Hill Preschool & Learning Center, provides for a festive occasion despite a drizzly day.