Ryan Deegan of Troop 1313 has received the school board’s approval to build a court inside the stadium at the new middle school.
On April 11, Pack 1313’s Den 7 advanced 11 Cub Scouts into Boy Scout Troop 1313.
Inadequate parking at the site, near the Route 19-West McMurray Road intersection, is cited as the primary reason for opposing a request for a zoning variance.
- Upgrades planned for some of Bethel Park’s municipal parks
- Clones planted from last surviving Gilfillan Farm apple tree in Upper St. Clair
- Major items at new Peters Township High School move toward completion
- Eagle Scout project plans sand volleyball court for Peters Township
- Chartiers Valley's Evans leads The Almanac wrestling all-star list
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- Stroll through Peters Township’s history
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- Woman’s Club of Upper St. Clair awards scholarships to 2021 graduates
To help improve coverage of the southeastern part of the township, the station is being constructed on township-owned property at 435 Bebout Road.
The goal of HANWASH is to provide clean water and adequate sanitation for residents of the impoverished Caribbean nation.
Connections continue for families, friends and members of churches, clubs and other organizations.
High school dramatic and musical productions have largely been mothballed over the last year, though some have put on productions online.
Michelle Senneway, a Peters Township resident and Upper St. Clair School District teacher, leads the Pittsburgh-area effort.
More than 20,000 seventh- through 12th- grade students from across Western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia virtually attended the JA Inspire Career Fair hosted recently by Junior Achievement of Western PA, headquartered in South Fayette Township.
The township is seeking up to $4 million toward building a new amenity at the in-progress Rolling Hills Park.
Businesses classified as personal services will be permitted in the West Venetia Road Mixed-Use Corridor Zoning District, which includes the plaza housing the new post office.
For one Fayette County funeral home that has been in business since just after the Civil War, 2020 wrapped up with an unfortunate milestone.
Bowers School House Preschool and Learning Center has achieved the highest level of a statewide continuous quality improvement program.
Because of a formula based to a significant degree on students who receive free and reduced-price lunches, some districts are earmarked to receive considerably more in relief funds than others.
Jack Means has a new lease on life thanks to MaryAnn Derbis’ decision to donate an organ on his behalf.
The Peters Township Year of Kindness Committee plans further discussions in an ongoing effort to promote acceptance.
More information about the recommendation process will be submitted to council members prior to another vote.
On International Women’s Day 2021, Lynn Doehring of Bridge Insurance Group joins other local professionals in offering a challenge for support on behalf of Dress for Success Pittsburgh.
High school freshman Amelia Severns is focusing more these days on the music she has been creating since she was small.
For the final day on her route, Kathy Cooper is greeted by a series of colorful balloons throughout the Country Brook neighborhood.
Assistant parks and recreation director Josh Werner leads a program featuring the work of Theodor Geisel.