Current and former Pittsburgh Steelers Alejandro Villanueva and Brett Keisel join presentation ceremony at the company’s South Fayette Township store.
The South Fayette School Board approved a proposal Tuesday for a Gay-Straight Alliance to be established on a trial basis at the district's middle school.
South Fayette High School took home the top spot in FBI Pittsburgh’s annual H.O.P.E. video contest for the second year in a row.
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Plans for Lafayette Meadow, off Battle Ridge Road, show about 40 percent of its 112 acres remaining undeveloped as open space.
The Great American Rail-Trail will extend from Washington, D.C., to Washington state, with a stretch through Washington County.
The owners of Ascend, a rock-climbing facility on Pittsburgh's South Side, plan to open a second location in Newbury Market in South Fayette next year.
An invention would connect a medication container via Bluetooth to a smartphone or other device.
South Fayette Township has changed some trash, recycling pickup days for 2019.
The South Fayette commissioners approved a budget for 2019 that has no tax increase.
The South Fayette School Board approved a plan during its Nov. 27 meeting that will add a girls’ varsity golf team and a boys’ volleyball team to the district's athletic offerings beginning next school year.
For 70 years, Hartman Nails has been a key supplier for the construction and industrial markets.
Sara Conley, a graduate of South Fayette High School, will be performing and choreographing for the University of Pittsburgh Dance Ensemble’s production of “Tombé” set for 8 p.m. Nov. 29 and 30. She will be choreographing a tap piece, performing in a modern dance, and working backstage. At S…
Two first-time Republican political candidates who won state House seats based in the South Hills struck a bipartisan tone, saying they are looking forward to working with Democrats.
South Fayette School District board members got a look at the district's comprehensive and strategic plans at their Oct. 23 regular meeting.
Despite a recommended denial from the planning commission, South Fayette township commissioners approved the land development plan for a proposed Sheetz convenience store at Bursca Drive and Washington Pike during their Oct. 17 meeting.
North Hills eighth-grade social studies teacher Joe Welch has been named the 2018 National History Teacher of the Year.
Jeff Evancho comes to the district with a wealth of experience in developing afterschool programs and teacher professional development.
The former treasurer and president of the South Fayette Parent-Teacher Association faces charges of theft and forgery after investigators said she cashed nearly $20,000 worth of checks to herself, along with making unauthorized cash withdrawals from the organization's account.
The South Fayette School District is already beyond the likely scenario of its projected enrollment. As a result, the district will bring in architectural firms to perform a feasibility study to determine what can be done to configure classrooms with the rising student population.
The board accepted the resignation of interim township manager La Verne Diggs at their regular meeting Sept. 12 due to personal family issues. Miles "Butch" Truitt will serve in the role in the meantime.
If all goes to plan, a few dozen Lego robots will be in place at the South Fayette Intermediate School by this October.