The Step By Step Learner, developed by Julie Stringe, has features that could be applicable during school closures.
Dr. Sarath Malepati developed EZC Pak – echinacea, zinc and Vitamin C – as a means of boosting the immune system.
Paula Henderson is the township’s honoree in District Judge Ron Arnoni’s annual recognition program.
Junior Elle Snyder served as a speaker during the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference, hosted by National Alliance on Mental Illness Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Upper St. Clair Township Library had launched the weekly series of sessions in January.
- Local Catholic schools shift academic focus online
- Bethel Park aims for May 4 to reopen municipal building, library, community center
- Peters Township Girl Scout earns Gold Award
- Upper St. Clair events canceled for May
- Virtual library is open in Mt. Lebanon
- First responders brighten birthday for Bethel Park teen with special needs
- Chartiers Valley senior named Almanac MVP
- ‘This is our chance’: Bethel Park instructor encourages fitness efforts
- Chartiers Valley, Bethel Park lead Almanac girls all-star list
- Upper St. Clair teacher offers resources for special-needs students
Francis Cleetus’ canine creations are aimed at enjoyment by Fido, Rex and Rover.
Improvements to Route 19 and construction of a roundabout at the intersection of McLaughlin Run, Lesnett and McMillan roads are on the schedule.
John Fike will sign copies of “Final Absolution” during a March 21 event at South Hills Village.
Debra Meixell has operated Serendipity Lane for 12 years, selling furniture and other items for the home.
The South Hills Chorale will celebrate its anniversary with “Sixty Years” concerts at 7:30 p.m. May 1 and 2 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2040 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair.
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Students in second through sixth grades show off 48 innovative projects at the school in Upper St. Clair.
Folks at the Grand Residence of Upper St. Clair always look forward to the Valentine’s Day-themed event.
Baker Elementary School fourth-grader Audrey Wetterau leads an effort to collect essential clothing.
Pennsylvania’s School Safety and Security Committee has awarded $53.7 million in grants to school districts, vocational schools, intermediate units and charter schools across the state, according to a news release from state Rep. Natalie Mihalek, R-Upper St. Clair.
Kate Fitzsimons shares her story about facing adversity and gives suggestions for all ages on redirecting negative thoughts.
Members of the No Place for Hate Committee, Black Student Union and Multicultural Club facilitate exercises to broaden classmates’ knowledge.
South West Communities Chamber of Commerce’s Impactful Women program invites elected officials to share perspectives.
Boyce Middle School sixth-graders paint ceramic butterflies as part of a Holocaust education program.
The Upper St. Clair community has the opportunity to attend two screenings of the documentary “Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience” March 10.
Sydnee Bagovich looks to grow the organization and help members reach their objectives.
Gisele Fetterman, the wife of Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, has made altruism her life’s work.
Upper St. Clair residents Paul and Tracy Tencer are raising youngsters ages 4 through 11.
The event is scheduled for Feb. 29 at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair.