Hayes Design Group Architects is performing work on high-profile Peters Township projects.
Students in the high school’s Integrated Studies: Women in History and Literature course collect new articles of clothing that the rape crisis center can provide for victims.
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…
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Artist-in-residence Judé Ernest will be on hand Monday afternoons to offer support and inspiration.
The Upper St. Clair Township’s Youth Steering Committee presents information about the growing trend.
The work composed by Stewart Copeland, former drummer for the Police, is based on John Milton’s “Paradise Lost.”
Nearly 50 Upper St. Clair High School girls and women gathered for the inaugural Lunch and Learn event hosted by uscGAL on Dec. 16.
Members of the Writers of Westminster, led by author Jim O’Brien, share their work in a nearly 100-page book.
Alan Zweibel was a writer for the fabled comedy from the time it started airing in 1975 until the original cast had departed five years later.
Now, there’s a combination guaranteed to delight youngsters: St. Nicholas arriving for Holidays at the CRC atop a fire truck.
“Harvest Dinner: Dine Around the World” raises money for causes locally and internationally.
Chatham Baroque will present “Capriccio Stravagante: Imaginative String Music from the 16th and 17th Centuries” in four concerts starting Dec. 5.
In formulating what became her book focusing on the opioid crisis, journalist Beth Macy took a cue from the words of Pittsburgh’s own Fred Rogers: “Find the helpers.”
The Nov. 24 event features seven homes, including the farmhouse built by the Orr family in 1857.
Anthropologists from the University of Pittsburgh visit to try to answer some questions about the historic property.
The overarching theme of the annual Veterans Day observance in Upper St. Clair: Freedom.
The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce recently honored nearly 50 member organizations during its second annual Excellence Awards event.
Peters Township native Sarath Malepati’s intent is to raise awareness about the appropriate use of antibiotics.
The Upper St. Clair retirement community is adding 50 assisted-living apartments and 32 memory-support suites.
Internationally recognized child development expert and best-selling author Dr. Michele Borba will deliver a presentation for parents and educators Nov. 11 in the Upper St. Clair High School theater.
Jordan Corcoran talks at the first Walk for Wellbeing and Wellness about her own struggles, how she has coped and how she is helping others.