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Mothers Against Cancer Comedy Show set for May 8

- Comedy show will benefit Our Clubhouse

Kings School Kids Care hosts guest reader

- Kings School Kids Daycare in Bethel Park participates in the One Book, Every Young Child program.

Stage 62 tackles mental illness with ‘Next to Normal’

- Stage 62 explores how one suburban family copes with mental illness, May 7-17 at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall.

off the WALL closes season with Pittsburgh premiere of ‘The Whale’

- off the WALL closes its 2014-15 season with the Pittsburgh premiere of "The Whale." Performances run through May 9.

Hollywood brings ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ to Dormont moviehouse for one show only

- Hollywood Theater brings 1973 adaptation of "Jesus Christ Superstar" to historic moviehouse for one show only, May 2.

Hollywood celebrates 100th birthday of Orson Welles

- Hollywood Theater marks 100th birthday of Orson Welles with special screening of "Citizen Kane."

Butterflies take flight at Phipps


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Triphammer Road in South Park to close for bridge work

- Triphammer Road in South Park to close temporarily for bridge work

Western Pa. residents at risk for Lyme disease

- Deer ticks are now present in every county in the state, making more Pennsylvanians at risk for Lyme disease.

Peters Township Library gears up for Taste of the Township

- Peters Township Library's Taste of the Township will take place May 1.

No loss for Republican Party


Many of you reading this letter will remember Howard Cosell, who made a living as a sportscaster on ABC Monday Night Football. Cosell was also famous for his opinions, which were delivered in wordy, rambling monologues. ...

How much funding does Bethel Park Fire Department need?


As you probably know, Bethel Park passed a dedicated fund act to support the fire company. However, we continue to receive yearly letters requesting funding for its support.

Disabled hunters ably hunt in Bethel Park

- An organization that helps disabled hunters get back out in the field is turning its eyes toward coyotes, and soon, turkey as well.

Allegheny Health Network part of new “obesity balloon” trial

- The first U.S. trial of balloons inflated in the stomach to curb appetite is happening at Allegheny Health Network.

Week of April 22

- Special events at local congregations.

Check your personal life at the door


Much like there is a separation of church and state, in the working world, there is a separation of personal and professional lives. In any type of work environment, be it blue collar, corporate, retail, food services, v...

Almanac On-Air week of April 22

- South Fayette commissioners in dire straits; Peters Twp. school board looking to trim the budget while adding support staff; and doughnuts–doughnuts everywhere! It's all in this week's podcast recap of Sou...

Mt. Lebanon grappler earns All-America honors

- Kellan Stout named All-American

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Bethel Park treats all teams with equal respect

- Bethel Park preps for Canon-Mac

Chartiers Valley in hunt for softball title

- Despite defeat, Chartiers Valley still in hunt for section title

South Fayette pitcher posts 500th career strikeout

- Ashley Iagnemma surpasses 500 strikeouts in her career at South Fayette

Mt. Lebanon ladies off to 9-0 start in lacrosse

- Mt. Lebanon girls off to perfect start

Hard work working for Keystone Oaks


Though Scott Crimone knows there is a long way to go in the high school baseball season, the Keystone Oaks manager paused, ever so briefly, to celebrate his team’s triumph, 12-0, against Seton-La Salle.

Mt. Lebanon leading topsy-turvy Section 4 in baseball

- The Mt. Lebanon baseball team leads Section 4.

Peters Township School District aiming to trim budget

- Pensions and cyber and charter school tuition funding were among the topics discussed at the Peters Township School Board meeting as ways to trim the budget.

Week of April 22



Peters Township Farmers Market to be larger than last year

- Peters Farmers' Market promises to be even bigger than last year.

South Hills housing market off to a fast start

- First quarter housing market in the South Hills is strong.

Week of April 22

- Recognizing the achievements of South Hills residents

Week of April 22

- Area deaths for the week of April 22.

Scott Township Wendy’s to be replaced

- Scott Township's Board of Commissioners heard plans and saw renderings for a new Wendy's restaurant on Cochran Road.

Week of April 22

- Military news from around the area.

South Fayette breaks ground on new playground

- A new playground set to open in June at Fairview Park-the kind of project township officals hope the South Fayette Community Fund could provide for in the future.

Tensions run high at South Fayette commissioners meeting

- Bad blood was dredged up among commissioners and the public as a lawsuit filed by a commissioner against the township put the board on edge at the April 15 South Fayette Township meeting.

“Apps of Hate” discussion at area schools

- Middle school students discussed the destrcutive nature of anonymous cyber bullying and ways to combat it; as well as legislation that could punish offenders.

Celebrate Pittsburgh’s unique characters at Ka-Blam!


April 25

Foster - Toven


William L. and Janice M. Foster III of Anita, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Justine, to Derek Toven, son of Elizabeth Pape, also of Anita.

Take a musical trip with the Harmony Singers

- Harmony Singers will perform its annual spring show April 25 and 26.

Harsh winter results in intense start to allergy season

- It's shaping up as a pretty intense allergy season this year.

South Fayette commissioner sues township, board members

- A South Fayette commissioner says in a federal lawsuit he was blindsided by a "a craven display of political cowardice and vengeance" after a vote to censure him for seeking legal opinons from the solicitor.

Band festival returns to USC for 12th year

- 12th annual Three Rivers Community Band Festival set for April 25

Beer dinner ‘on tap’ at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza


April 28

Holocaust service will honor ‘A Good, Ordinary Man’

- Annual Holocaust service on April 26 will honor Sir Nicholas Winton

Treat mom to ‘Corks & Comedy’ on Mother’s Day

- Treat mom to a special Mother's Day at "Corks & Comedy" May 10.

Tri-Community Revitalization Project parade date set

- Congressman Tim Murphy (R-Upper St. Clair) will be the guest speaker for the Tri-Community Revitalization Project Parade.

Bethel Park named Banner Community for second consecutive year

- Bethel Park has again been named a Banner Community.

Full closure inbound I-376, April 17-20

- Getting into Pittsburgh will be a challenge for motorists the weekend of April 17-20.