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 Rog…
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.
- Man dies in Peters Township house fire
- South Fayette Schools begin expansion projects
- Bethel Park welcomes new board members
- Santa’s Train Off the Trail scheduled in Peters Township
- Donations helping South Fayette family displaced by house fire
- McConnell's taps out success in basketball
- Chemistry key to Upper St. Clair's success
- Fundamentals key for Bethel Park girls
- Peters Township rings in season with slight change in scenery
- Instructor returns for Electrify Your Strings program at Bethel Park
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.
Students run or walk a one-mile course to raise money, thanks to sponsors, on behalf of their academic institution.
Thirty Upper St. Clair High School students received a visit from author, screenwriter and director Stephen Chbosky, a 1988 USC graduate and the author of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
The college football coaching legend has audience members laughing throughout a presentation filled with practical advice.
The 2019 Upper St. Clair homecoming game was held Sept. 27. The Homecoming Court candidates for Queen included seniors Sarah Berlin, Karlie Daschbach, Grace Eberle, Catherine O’Connor and Muirinn Rooney. Senior boys vying for King included Kyle Chen, Kevin Finn, Aidan Gibson, Aidan Gordley a…
Projects that benefit are in Upper St. Clair, Bethel Park and Pleasant Hills.
After three years, many hands and plenty of hard work, the outdoor courtyard at Upper St. Clair’s Boyce Middle School has been transformed into a fully functioning garden and serene setting.
State Sen. Pam Iovino and Rep. Natalie Mihalek create a special license plate for Navy and Marine Corps Medal Recipients and recognize the Navy’s 244th birthday.
Because of a water main break that caused closing of the Upper St Clair High School, the annual Rotary Chicken BBQ at Westminster Presbyterian Church has been postponed until Oct. 12.
Eleven individuals have been selected for induction into the Upper St. Clair High School Halls of Fame. Nine alumni and two retired teachers/coaches will be honored at the annual induction ceremony and recognized at the Oct. 4 Upper St. Clair football game.
Josh Matheny reacted the way any 16-year-old would have after winning a world championship in swimming.
State Rep. Natalie Mihalek, R-Upper St. Clair, said registration is now available for the Port Authority Senior Citizen ConnectCard at her district office, 3515 Washington Road, Suite 540, Peters Township.