Jim Shea writes about the 335-mile bicycle trip he took with his brother-in-law from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C.
The district’s Parent Teacher Council organizes a well-supported effort to say thank you.
Three Upper St. Clair students tied for first place in the virtual CalcuSolve competition Jan. 26. Fort Couch Middle School eighth-graders Jam…
Students dazzle during the Upper St. Clair school’s annual event, presented by live stream this year.
Upper St. Clair girls are among those who are finding different ways to sell their treats during the pandemic.
- Woman indicted in Mt. Lebanon nursing home investigation
- Bethel Park senior wins WPIAL rifle title
- Peters Township Middle School student wins poster contest
- Washington Health System launches vaccination clinic in Peters Township
- Mt. Lebanon Commission sets timetable for new overnight parking rules
- Peters Township physician ready to embark on direct primary care practice
- Be Local: Enjoy some time at an area public library
- USC, Char Valley earn tops seeds
- Kernan, Keating advance
Upper St. Clair High School’s literary arts magazine, Montage, recently earned first-place honors in the 2020 Scholastic Yearbook and Magazine Awards.
Upper St. Clair School Board has approved the restructuring of the district’s student support services, creating two separate areas of responsibility, special education and pupil services.
When you hear about the Town Hall South Speaker Series, you probably think of the renowned writers, actors, politicians, journalists, scientists and more who speak at Upper St. Clair High School five times a year and engage our community in dialogue on key issues of our day.
Hundreds of volunteers participated in the Wreaths Across America-sponsored annual placement of holiday wreaths on more than 14,000 gravesites from Dec. 16-19 at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies in Cecil Township.
Michael Kotyk’s latest bicycle-themed restaurant is at the Hastings development off Mayview Road in South Fayette Township.
Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and safety guidelines as part of the municipality of Bethel Park’s Live Well speaker series.
The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce said thanks to a tremendous community effort, its Free Little Pantry has helped more people in need this holiday season.
Dr. Frank Gaudio of Washington Health System provides information as part of the municipality’s Live Well speaker series.
In the first of a three-part series, Dr. Frank Gaudio discusses transmission, symptoms and mortality rates associated with the coronavirus.
The township’s real estate tax remains at 3.83 mills and the earned income tax rate at 0.8 percent.
Amy Pfender, assistant to the superintendent, has been with Upper St. Clair School District since 2005.
An Upper St. Clair High School junior was selected to the National Association for Music Education’s All-National Concert Band.
Fourteen groupings of parishes in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will merge Jan. 4 to create 14 new parishes. Forty parishes will be part of the mergers.
The Upper St. Clair High School Chanteclairs’ 25th annual Madrigal Dinner is scheduled for Dec. 5 in a revised format.
Upper St. Clair High School graduates Tina Kaduck and Christopher Pfanstiel are opening a regional franchise of rapidly growing Koala Insulation.
Chef Carlos Thomas’ goals include helping people overcome food insecurity, teaching about proper nutrition and preparing students for careers in the culinary workforce.
District Judge Ron Arnoni presents recognition for Vicki McKenna’s sustained efforts on behalf of others.
Ched and Rachel Mertz, who helped substantially in the establishment of the township’s Veterans Memorial, serve as featured speakers.