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Commissions have approved advertising a Request for Proposals about how to best make use of the former movie theater property on Route 50.
About 40 people attended last week’s public hearing to oppose changing the zoning district to allow office and residential uses.
The school has been holding these kinds of rotating student exhibitions at the Robinson shopping center for two years.
West Allegheny Community Library plans to install three The Little Free Library book sites throughout the area.
Township manager outlines plan to avoid future problems
Patrols in other areas are driving vandals into their neighborhood, neighbors tell the police chief.
After running into problems, the $1.96 million project in Scott is expected to be completed by mid-November.
The Crafton parish school, the 16th diocesan school to reach the century mark, has many events planned in honor of its centennial.
Michael Rubino replaces Bruce Simmeth as the organization’s executive director, bringing 33 years of business and fund-raising experience.
An innovative course offered jointly this year at South Fayette and Upper St. Clair high schools has students working with local companies.
Shelly Burr, who teaches in the Chartiers Valley School District, was chosen for the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy.
News, events and other happenings throughout the West communities.
School news from throughout the West communities and school districts.
Municipal news from around the West communities.
The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will sponsor an Autumnfest from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
There’s been some buzz lately on the subject of cat-calling. It caught my attention because I have a cat.
West Allegheny school board members approved $10,095.78 in renovation change orders for Wilson Elementary.
The Kretschmann family argues that zoning ordinances fail to protect existing agricultural land.
Over the years, Peter Kalemon deposited 80 checks into an Alltrans account for his own use, prosecutors say.
Joseph H. Schmidt has been president and chief operating officer since 2009 and been with the company since 1990.
About 83,000 soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen remain missing overall, about 73,000 of them from World War II alone.
David Beatty's attorney, Kevin Kindred, argued that his client showed no reckless intent in the deaths.
Police say a gun was found in a parking lot.
Technology improvements, lunch price increases, continuing education programs and new school emblems greeted students this school year.
After borough agrees to post no parking signs, couple drops land use appeal so Heidelberg Elementary building can be used as a business.
The event will be held Saturday at Burkett Park & Sports Complex and include entertainment, food, vendors and fireworks.
Adult day care offers relief to caregivers in the “sandwich generation,” who find themselves caring for children and elderly relatives.
Charles Belgie Jr. retired as Moon fire marshal and emergency management coordinator but will stay active with the volunteer fire company.
City officials said a Brookline man would have to dig up part of the front yard to install a pipe to direct rainwater to a storm sewer.
Green Tree is seeking part-time crossing guards, and a concession stand contract has been awarded for Moon Park.
As many as 10 teams of architects, engineers, contractors and designers will take part Saturday in the CANstruction Competition in Robinson.
The fourth-grade class at Carnegie Elementary School has created an anti-bullying video set to the song "Brave" by Sara Bareilles.
Events and other happenings throughout the West communities.
The chase started at Kennedy Auto Sales, where police said a man became angry and showed a gun when he was told there was no bathroom.
USAir Flight 427 fell from the sky above Hopewell in 1994 — killing their fathers and sons, friends and wives, all 132 people aboard.
Andrew Bullock, 19, admitted assaulting the nun, age 85, outside St. Titus Church in December, raping her and dislocating her jaw.
An ATF spokesman said no one one was injured and no arrests have been made.
Robinson commissioners on Monday ratified a three-year extension to its labor agreement with the Robinson Township Police Association.
Kennedy police attempted to arrest Andre Coles, 27, today on drug-related charges, but he escaped on foot.
Police were called to the Ambridge American Legion twice for a "highly intoxicated" Carl Curtis, Ambridge Police Chief James Mann said.
The facility will open for business Sept. 29 on Millers Run Road in South Fayette.
Technology upgrades, lunch price changes and new teachers are among the changes that are greeting students.
Scott, Heidelberg and Carnegie celebrate the $2.4 million revitalization of roads critical to the three communities.
The pact also gives district teachers a 4.4 percent annual salary increase and raises the amount they pay for health care.
Emergency crews responded at 6:11 p.m. to National Pike Road in Wharton Township, the dispatcher said.
The festival will be held Sept. 12 to 14 at Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church in Scott.
The job requires constant vigilance, crossing guards say, but the kids make the job well worth the challenge.
A schedule of activities taking place throughout the west communities.
Chris Crytzer has been named the associate director of external relations for Focus on Renewal, a McKees Rocks-based nonprofit agency.
Plus: Fifth Avenue lane restrictions, Coffee with Curt, “Born Yesterday” performance, Road maintenance restricts traffic