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Carlynton student enjoys time at U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Stephanie Bonifield of Carnegie enjoys a good pun, especially one that involves a space reference. So, it's easy to say the Carlynton High School senior had ...

At Carnegie studio, forget what you know about belly dancing

While the term "belly dancing" might conjure up images of women in exotic costumes moving to the rhythms of traditional Middle Eastern music, these days, ...

Briefs: Vacation Bible School offered at Rennerdale church

First United Presbyterian Church of Rennerdale is offering Vacation Bible School for children entering pre-K through sixth grade. The fun starts Monday and continues through July ...

Transition smooth for new Heidelberg manager

Harry Faulk has been getting quite a welcome during his first month as Heidelberg's borough manager. He replaced Amanda Loutitt, who was hired by the Center ...

Town Talk: Collier couple blessed with first child

Katie and Ron Coperich of Collier are receiving congratulations on the birth of their first son. William Michael Coperich was born June 20 weighing 6 ...

Smith: Former Seton Hall building in Carnegie sold to Apis

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish has sold its building at 206 Mary St., Carnegie, to Apis Mead and Winery. Apis has a business two blocks ...

Oyler: Neville Island-built WWII vessels lost to battle, time

When my daughter Sara's family was here for a recent visit, we spent a pleasant day at the Carnegie Science Center on Pittsburgh's North Shore. ...

Festival a showcase for Scott church

Joe and Patrick Walther were busy hammering nails to fix one of the many wooden booths lined up outside SS. Simon and Jude Catholic Parish ...

Changes coming to Washington Pike

South Fayette commissioners approved two requests to rezone property along Washington Pike for commercial use. Developer Burns & Scalo requested that property just south of the ...

CV students showing sharp gains in math, science

After the first year of participating in the National Math + Science Initiative College Readiness Program, Chartiers Valley officials find the academic bar raised a ...

Festival draws thousands to Scott church

Sky divers, bands, food, games, rides, a petting zoo and flea market will highlight three days of fun at the SS. Simon & Jude Parish ...

Construction at Chartiers Valley campus going smoothly

Some of the heavy lifting has begun on the $80 million expansion and renovation project of Chartiers Valley middle and high schools. Jason Day, project manager ...

Crafton residents complain to council about open burning

Some Crafton residents complained to council during a recent public hearing about large bonfires and noxious smoke pouring through their homes. Deborah Mendolia of Coulter Street, ...

Town Talk: Carnegie teacher celebrates birthday

A party was held at the Olive Garden on June 25 to celebrate Lynn Block Maguire's birthday. In addition to her husband, Mike, and parents, ...

Smith: Scott church passes 30-year mark

Berean Fellowship Church in Scott celebrated 30 years of existence last month under its founding pastors, Mark and Stephanie Moder. Guest speaker for the celebration ...

Oyler: Breaking down engineering's role in STEM education

We hear a lot today about STEM education and its importance to the future of our society. The acronym is made up of the first ...

Casino money to help fund bridge reconstruction in Bridgeville

Bridgeville has been awarded a $300,000 grant from casino revenues to help fund the reconstruction of the Chartiers Street Bridge and ease traffic at the ...

Scott Township lifeguards make great save, rescue boy from drowning

Ross Manganaro was finishing a shift at the Scott Township pool Wednesday when he heard the two sharp whistle blasts that signal trouble. He ...

Collier to update trail map, guide

Collier has been awarded a $4,387 Active Allegheny grant from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County to help develop the township's trail network map and ...

Carnegie planning vehicle-free event

Carnegie Borough received a $5,000 grant from the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny to organize an Open Streets event, which temporarily closes roads to automobiles so ...


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