North Hills

North Allegheny Hall of fame inducts top athletes, those who guided sports

David Buerger of McCandless has accomplished much in more than 15 years as a parent with the Allegheny North Swim Club. Board president, entry chair and ...

Educator brings Italian language, culture to classes in West View

Josephine Posterivo vowed to make learning Italian easy, during an introductory course she's teaching at St. Athanasius Education & Community Center in West View. Posterivo, ...

Single-family homes proposal under review in Cranberry

Cranberry officials are reviewing an application for a residential development to be known as Laurel Pointe. The complex would consist of 156 single-family dwellings, ...

Reopening of bridge along Pine Creek may be delayed

Anybody who's driven through the intersection of Pine Creek and McKnight roads in McCandless during rush hour well knows the backups caused by the major ...

Environmental review conducted for McCandless Wal-Mart

Regulators in Allegheny County have approved the first phase of a two-part environmental review Wal-Mart needs before work can begin on the new store planned ...

Office complex planned for Perry Highway site

Work has begun along Perry Highway in Marshall for twin, three-story office buildings that will be connected by a pedestrian walkway. The Pinewood Corporate Park, ...

North Allegheny elementary enrollment rising

The North Allegheny School Board's decision in 2013 to go against a consultant's advice to close Peebles Elementary School appears to have been prophetic. Enrollment ...

Volunteers sought to help start Ross trail park project

The Ross commissioner leading an effort to turn 53 acres the township owns along Cemetery Lane into a hiking and biking trail park is looking ...

Photo gallery: North Hills club hosts introductory coin event for kids

North Hills Coin Club members held a program to introduce youths to collecting on Sept. 17 at Northland Public Library in McCandless. The club typically ...

Wexford Elementary garden teaches lessons beyond classroom

Parent Kristi Wees, her daughter Ashlyn Wees, who is in second grade, and Deacon Ernest Darby bagged organic tomatoes and peppers they picked recently from ...

Fixes to Shaler's Fall Run Park moving along

Shaler is moving forward with plans to repair Fall Run Park following damage from last fall's rainstorms. Township engineer Matt Sebastian said at a Sept. ...

Hydref fest gives visitors glimpse of 18th century life

After many years, the Hydref Fall Festival at the Depreciation Lands Museum in Hampton remains popular. Around 75 demonstrators, re-enactors and interpreters are expected for this ...

Shaler Area's stadium track work hits another snag

More issues were discovered with the soil under the track at Shaler Area's Titan Stadium, adding more costs and work to the project to resurface ...

Welcome sign planned at Shaler's Route 8 gateway

Passers-by could see a gateway sign for Shaler along Route 8, near Saxonburg Boulevard, before year's end, township engineer Matt Sebastian said. "We may have ...

Primanti Brothers might come to Hampton

A Primanti Brothers restaurant could replace the boarded-up Wendy's on Route 8 in Hampton. Hampton Council is scheduled to vote Sept. 28 on a developer's ...

North Park trail event to help Riding for the Handicapped

Climbing into a saddle isn't required for the 30th annual Ride-A-Thon at North Park. People can bring cash instead of a horse to the ...

Ross merchants gearing up to renew, expand November war of words

Sometimes, there's no better fun than tossing a good-natured barb at friends and having them respond with a quick-witted gibe. So when Patti Fowler relocated the ...

School bus service complaints dwindle in North Hills

After a bumpy start to the school year in the North Hills School District because of a spate of transportation problems, most issues have been ...

Marshall residents have concerns about plans to turn former farm into park

Like many of her neighbors, Heather Laurent realizes that turning the former Altmyer farm in Marshall into a park could mean more traffic and noise. ...

More restaurants, stores envisioned for Block Northway in Ross

The developer of The Block Northway along McKnight Road in Ross is courting a trio of restaurants, a clothier and an indoor cycling facility to ...


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