The Pennsylvania Gaming Economic Development and Tourism Fund award will be used to renovate the farm’s springhouse.
Laurie Park shares her experiences and what she has learned following her daughter’s diagnosis as having the autoimmune disease.
Co-founders Paul and Donna Fox are welcoming new participants as the group’s fall semester starts.
Sathya Vagheeswar wants to help youngsters – adults, too – develop skills in working toward viable solutions.
Having lodged two informal complaints with the Public Utility Commission, Dr. Frank Gaudio is seeking the support of township officials as he considers a more serious filing.
- Bethel Park youngsters’ fall festivals benefit nonprofit organizations
- School board member resigns after using obscene language publicly in Mt. Lebanon
- Peters Township School Board updates Extracurricular Health and Safety Plan
- Historical Society of Upper St. Clair receives $100,000 grant for Gilfillan Farm
- Mt. Lebanon revisits overnight on-street parking issue
- Sports scoreboard
- Best may be yet to come for PT's Carrington
- Mt. Lebanon secondary students to return to school as soon as Oct. 5
Jacob Yakima of Troop 366 leads the refurbishment of a Pathfinder School space, including making it accessible for all.
Two people were dead following a reported murder-suicide at a residence in the 100 block of Thousands Oaks Drive in Upper St. Clair.
The school board approves a health and safety plan that integrates an instructional model combining in-person and remote learning.
The school board will vote Aug. 17 on a plan that calls for a combination of in-person and remote instruction.
Constantine Tripodes and his classmates continue the philanthropic tradition after its cancellation as an official school event.
Mt. Lebanon native John C. Mascaro, an Upper St. Clair resident at the time of his death, used proceeds from a second mortgage to build a nationally recognized business.
The expanse of Boyce Mayview Park allows for added safety measures as Upper St. Clair Recreation and Leisure Services conducts its annual summer program for youngsters.
Five members of the Class of 2020 at various high schools have been provided with financial help in furthering their education.
Marty Bacik and members of his family have developed boxd, which provides packages of items to help with workplace transitions.
Vidhur Senthil is leading an effort to benefit the South Hills Interfaith Movement, Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank and Greater Washington County Food Bank.
The five-year-old nonprofit, which has a location in Bethel Park, continues its mission of education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Upper St. Clair Board of Commissioners announces the resignation of C. Elise Logan, Ward 2 commissioner, and seeks a resident to serve the remainder of her term.
The five-year collective bargaining agreement is effective through June 30, 2025.
The real estate tax rate rises by .5197 mills, in conjunction with an $87.8 million spending plan.
Other Upper St. Clair High School students fare well in the event, conducted in an online format.
Brooke Tarcson has been named Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils’ Region B High School Advisor of the Year.
Donors provide food and other essential items to which those in need can help themselves.
High school students put together a special tribute in the Alexander Gilfillan Garden, which supplies produce for the South Hills Interfaith Movement’s food pantries.