- Four local service members who lost their lives in Korea in the 1950s are now memorialized at Chartiers Valley High School.
- Concert will include traditional and contemporary choral works, plus patriotic songs.
- The Meadows Casino welcomes Grammy Award-winning singer Natalie Cole on July 18.
- Dougherty dominates WPIAL finals
- The Almanac announces its male MVPs
- South Fayette High School will graduate 10 Eagle Scouts in June.
- Residents living near Crossings Six said the addition of 54 patio homes to the area would be too much.
- Mt. Lebanon's Denis Theatre Foundation has raised more than a quarter of its fundraising goal to help renovate the space.
- Residents of Bethel Park School District will see an increase in taxes, albeit less than what was originally planned.
- Peters Township School Board has changed the names of some classes, and added and removed courses.
- The Bethel Park nonprofit is counseling both the faithful and faithless as it celebrates anniversaries and milestones.
- A Hickory man was arrested May 19 on a charge of robbing a financial institution hours after robbing the csfbank branch on East McMurray Road in Peters Township.
- There comes a time in every manager's career when enough is enough.
- Voter turnout was low and many ran uncontested, but the 2015 primary did result in some decisions.
- Mt. Lebanon beats Chartiers Valley to reach WPIAL finals
- Three bank robberies; a Mt. Lebanon land lord is in trouble; free cancer screenings; and an amnesiac Scott Twp. man becomes a cop for life.
The man who allegedly robbed the cfsbank branch, 622 E. McMurray Road, Peters Township, this afternoon has been apprehended in Jefferson Hills.
- Two project hearings were presented to Bethel Park Council May 18.
- The latest work from Upper St. Clair artist Dino Guarino captures six Hall of Fame quarterbacks from Western Pennsylvania.
- Crime reports from across the South Hills
Thank you for providing the Primary Voter’s Guide in your May 6-12, 2015, edition. I would like to provide some background and clarification to the remarks of Steve McLean regarding the Mt. Lebanon Home Rule Chart...
- Voices and opinions from around the South Hills.
- Voices and opinions from around the South Hills.
- A new budget and teachers' contract were approved at the May 18 regular meeting.
- The May 18 Upper St. Clair School Board meeting focused on personnel changes.
Mt. Lebanon defeated Pine-Richland, 10-6, and advanced to its third straight WPIAL final for boys’ lacrosse.
- The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bethel Park was the site of a workshop that offered tips to teachers on how to teach handwriting.
- Banks in Bethel Park and Castle Shannon were robbed within days of each other.
- A listing of the latest deaths in the South Hills.
- As part of Upper St. Clair's Community Day, the Historical Society of Upper St. Clair held an open house at the Gilfillan Farm.
- Phipps presents Jazz in the Garden, an evening of music, blooms and libations, May 28 in the Outdoor Garden.
- Celebrate female empowerment with fireWALL dance theater
- The Bethel Park police department held a ceremony in honor of fallen officers to celebrate National Peace Officers Memorial Day.
There were 192–nearly 20 percent–of the 960 patients tested through Allegheny Health Network’s free cancer screenings through 2014 who were found to have cancerous abnormalities or warning signs. Dr....
- Due to changes in Pennsylvania state law regarding clearances and working with children, Peters Township is purchasing an electronic fingerprinting machine.
The Pennsylvania Farmers Market Program provides four $5 checks totaling $20 to each eligible seniors for fruits and vegetables, redeemable at select farmers markets. Interested adults 60 years of age and older meeting i...
The election of former District Judge Valarie Costanzo to Washington County Court opened the door for three candidates running for the vacant magisterial seat encompassing Cecil, Mt. Pleasant and Robinson townships and M...
- As Sports Editor Eleanor Bailey did with the top 10 male finalists, here are profiles of the 10 female finalists nominated for The Almanac's Athlete of the Year with the winner revealed May 31st at the Premiere ...
- McMurray Elementary School sixth-graders spent the day together learning about different cultures.
- A Scott Township man who suffered a traumatic brain injury had his dream of becoming a police officer come true.
- Routine borings in preparation for the new Scott Township pool uncovered a signifigant void in the bedrock.
- Nationally-acclaimed trumpeter Chiz Rider will perform at St. Germaine Church.
- Container gardening adds color, fragrance and beauty to limited spaces
- The classic tale of Atticus Finch comes to the Seton Center stage.
- Zola, Wagner propel Seton-La Salle passed Avonworth
- A Mt. Lebanon landlord is facing over $400,000 in fines, unpaid taxes and restitution to former tenants after leaving them in squalor conditions.
- A public hearing was held in Peters Township May 12 to discuss ways to calm traffic on Hays Road.
- BP Council approves two changes to its zoning ordinance
- Cynthia Richey is the second longtime South Hills Librarian to announce her retirement in the last month.
- The Almanac announces Waldie Shaeffer finalists