Mt. Lebanon resident Noretta Willig is the author of “Carl’s Story,” a book about her uncle, whose remains were found and identified nine decades after his death.
A bond issue in the neighborhood of $20 million would go toward the development of Rolling Hills Park.
Ask most kids who play sports what their least favorite part is and they might shrug their shoulders and groan about practice. But the young men and women on the Pennsylvania Freestyle Ski Association team think practice is the best part of the sport.
An informal count at a council workshop meeting shows four members in favor of a $21 million project, including an aquatic center.
- Television, Broadway stars to visit Bethel Park High School
- Teen charged with threats against Bethel Park High School
- IUP professor serves as guest instructor for Upper St. Clair band
- Peters Township School Board authorizes modifying road design
- Bethel Park student encourages converting trashcans to rain barrels
- YMCA in Bethel Park hosts Princess Cup
- 'Fight Girl Battle World'
- People: Week of March 24
Gone are the days when high school musicals consisted entirely of hits from the 1940s or 1950s. High Schools now present recent smashes like "The Addams Family" and "Little Mermaid."
Peters Township is seeking residents to serve on a newly formed ad hoc committee to investigate options for recycling items that have been eliminated from the regular Waste Management collections. The committee was created at the Feb. 25 council meeting. Residents who are interested in servi…
Replacement of gas lines will affect areas along Route 19 and Bebout Road.
Expansion of the bridge system is targeted to take place during much of 2020, with a 4.5-mile detour proposed.
Township council delays action on possibly adding Mallard Lane, which serves the Brookview Villas development off Valley Brook Road, to the local road system.
Military officers studying at the U.S. Army War College share opinions about various issues facing the world.
The Peters Township Police Department will host a Citizen’s Police Academy at the police department located at 200 Municipal Drive in McMurray. Participants will be taught the basics of criminal law with emphasis on the crimes code and vehicle code. The program will also include patrol tacti…
Students are visiting the site to learn more about careers in construction, architecture and related fields.
The Night to Shine Prom in McMurray gave people with special needs an evening they will never forget.
The 2019 pavement budget is $1.55 million, which could cover nearly 6 miles of locally maintained roads.
Council has authorized negotiating a lease that could pave the way for additional parking, a new access point and a concession stand for Arrowhead Trail users.
The owner of Releaf Specialists provides guidance for those seeking how to purchase cannabis legally as per current Pennsylvania regulations.
Bill Wells has spent the past 33 years saving soles. Wells is a cobbler, and the 81-year-old works seven days a week to repair shoes at his shop, Charles the Cobbler, in Krebs Professional Center in Peters Township.
Rolling Hills drive will provide access for the new Peters Township High School and a future municipal park.
VITA will offer free tax assistance from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, through April 12, at The Bible Chapel in McMurray. Those wanting to have their taxes done must bring last year’s tax return, and I.D. for both yourself and your spouse, social security numbers and birth dates…
After tailing off from peak years, the number of new homes is increasing once more.