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In a shootout, Canon-McMillan defeated Peters Township, 2-1, and advanced to the semifinals in the WPIAL Class AAA girls’ soccer playoffs for the first time in recent history.
Defending WPIAL champion Peters Township and reigning state champion Upper St. Clair began their 2014 title quests with first-round victories in the district men’s soccer tournament. Their female counterparts also...
Good things have come in three for the Seton-La Salle girls’ soccer team this fall.
A garden might be a food source for yummy tomatoes, lettuce and other summer foodstuffs. It might be a delight to the eyes, filled with color, texture and dreams of new flowers to come. And sometime, a garden might be a ...
Medical personnel in the United States question whether a later start to the school day would benefit students. They seem to think so.
Recently, I received an email about a family member being viciously attacked by a deer. She was out for her morning walk when a deer circled her, attacked her from behind, knocked her down and kept stomping on her. She e...
At Baldwin United Presbyterian Church, an Oktoberfest dinner will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 1, featuring port roast, applesauce, desserts and refreshments. Adults are $10, children 5-1...
File this one under just plain baffling.
Mt. Lebanon resident Bill Matthews pressed the school board on the accounting for certain costs related to its high school renovation project at the Oct. 20 board meeting. He questioned whether certain items funded as ca...
Bob Cranmer is a former protestant politician turned Catholic exorcist who says he battled a demonic presence in his Brentwood home, eventually quashing it after a final mass in the basement.
The 335 Upper St. Clair high school students who took the SAT college entrance exam in 2013 have ranked number five in the state and number one in the Pittsburgh region with a combined SAT score of 1,736.
Without volunteers, there would be no cable access programing in Bethel Park, a member of the municipal cable television board said.
After 12 years as principal at Bower Hill Elementary School in the Peters Township School District, Kelly L. Gustafson submitted her resignation during the regular school board meeting Oct. 20. No effective date was anno...
The Old Rollier’s barn on McFarland Road will house a new art space come spring.
NASCAR is not the only sport that boasts The Chase. The WPIAL will conduct its own version Oct. 23 at Cooper’s Lake in Slippery Rock. It’s called the District 7 cross country championships and Mt. Lebanon a...
Last week, South Fayette focused on Seton-La Salle. With the Rebels out of the way, by virtue of a 41-14 victory, the Lions concentrate on completing Century Conference play by hosting Quaker Valley at 7 p.m. Oct. 24.
Through Nov. 1
Through Nov. 1
Local hospital officials say they implemented specific safety protocols and trained their employees to prepare for the highly unlikely event that a person infected with Ebola should seek treatment at one of their emergen...
A U.S. Army veteran from Upper St. Clair who in May was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a Washington man filed a lawsuit Oct. 17 against the city of Washington, five city police officers and the district att...
Peters Township police found three people inside a vehicle parked in the lot of Donaldsons Crossroads shopping center at 5:57 p.m. Oct. 16, along with drugs, drug paraphernalia and a loaded pistol with the serial number ...
Alan and Nancy Bedell of Mt. Lebanon announce the engagement of their son, Andrew, to Marisa Baptiste, daughter of Maureen Baptiste and John Baptiste, both of North Conway, N.H.
Defense wins championships. So does team work. And both proved the winning recipe for South Fayette as the Lions defeated Seton-La Salle, 41-14, and clinched the Century Conference banner.
Love started on a double date when Don Williams met a young nursing student named Mary Lou at a Thursday night dance. That was more than 60 years and a lifetime ago.
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A fight between three Mt. Lebanon High School students included a threat to use weapons against the victim.
Bethel Park police received several reports of suspicious telephone calls seeking personal information, such as social security numbers. Some of the callers identified themselves as representatives of a power company wit...
The Eighth annual senior fair hosted by State Senator Matt Smith (D-Mt. Lebanon) will be held Oct. 22 at Beth El Congregation, 1900 Cochran Road, Scott Township.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission wants to add two cul-de-sacs to its Southern Beltway project in South Fayette, which will save $8.5 million dollars and shorten three proposed bridges.
Oct. 28-Nov. 2
The Allegheny County Department of Public works has started conducting repairs on Triphammer Road in South Park, forcing a closure of the road until Dec. 15.
Scott Township officials have already started to investigate options to deal with the aging swimming pool at Scott Park. This year’s pool opening, scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, was delayed a week to repair s...
Developers showed little appetite for Mt. Lebanon’s proposed residential development along Shady Drive East, according to information presented at the Oct. 14 commission meeting.
An 86-year-old Peters Township woman is out $4,000 after bogus telephone calls convinced her she won a $600,000 prize from Publisher’s Clearing House, township police said.
Vietnam veteran Carl Charnesky said the war sure wasn’t a Boy Scout outing.
One of the worst fears caregivers face is when their loved one – an adult or a child – wanders away.
The Bible Chapel, McMurray, holds a dinner and study on Wednesdays. Dinner is at 5 p.m. followed by classes at 6:30. Dinner is $6/person or $20/family. For more information or to re...
It looks like Ebola isn’t something that’s going away anytime soon. Last week, the first patient to be diagnosed in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, died from the disease. Nina Pham, a nurse who treat...
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