Fox Chapel

Fox Chapel woman making push for 'vintage eating'

Low fat. No fat. But maybe fat isn't the bad guy. "What I'm really trying to say is that the low-fat diet of the 1970s actually ...

Sharpsburg teen to share robotics knowledge with community

Fresh off a stint at the FIRST Robotics World Championships in St. Louis, Sharpsburg teen Enzo Trovato is taking his skills to the streets of ...

Fox Chapel area first responders training together to better serve commuities

Aspinwall Emergency Management Coordinator Andy Marsh believes that cooperation breeds success. He plans to host training events in May for emergency responders in the Fox Chapel ...

Pittsburgh Concert Chorale to play Fox Chapel Presbyterian

From Abba to Lady Gaga, the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale will belt out tunes this weekend that inspire audience members to dance in their seats. "I ...

Grant to help Cooper-Siegel Community Library map out future plans

A $25,000 grant to the Cooper-Siegel Community Library in Fox Chapel will pay for a strategic plan to determine how the site can better serve ...

O'Hara woman's Chewsick antique shop helps shoppers find treasures

Riverview Antiques & Marketplace in Cheswick is in a warehouse filled with thousands of treasures collected from across the country by owner and O'Hara resident ...

Fate of Allegheny River Towns Enterprise Zone funds to be discussed

Managers of seven Allegheny River communities plan to meet Wednesday to discuss the fate of program money held by their soon-to-be-defunct economic development organization. Blawnox ...

Belle Voci women's choir members to sing national anthem, take part in Race for the Cure

Their voices typically make listeners tap their toes or dance in their seats. On Sunday, members of Belle Voci women's choir will fuel the spirits ...

Development organization ARTEZ to close doors

An economic development organization that channeled millions of dollars into programs in the Lower Allegheny Valley will dissolve in coming weeks, leaders said. Allegheny River ...

Master Gardener gears up for Gardenfest at O'Hara's Lauri Ann West Community Center

This year's Gardenfest should be an exceptional educational event. The annual spring sale will bloom with plants and art in addition to informational booths on May ...

Elementary students take ownership of Kerr community garden

Kerr Elementary student Stella Swenson pinned red paper roses and golden foil beehives to the bulletin board at her Fox Chapel Area school, proudly knowing ...

Parking ban hits 1 side of Aspinwall's 4th Street

Traffic tangles along Fourth Street in Aspinwall prompted borough police to reinstitute a no-parking zone along one side of the road. Parking is still permitted on ...

Charity golf outing on June 4 will honor O'Hara native

Friends of the late Lance Snyder are keeping his memory alive not only with an annual golf outing but by helping local families who are ...

Speed humps in O'Hara neighborhood called into question

Residents of O'Hara's Crofton neighborhood may be surveyed to determine if they believe speeding remains an issue in the housing development off Field Club Road. Ed ...

Indiana Twp. rabbi gears up for Passover celebration

When Passover begins on Friday evening, April 22, Yaier Lehrer will be conducting the seder at Adat Shalom. As rabbi of the synagogue on Guys Run ...

Blawnox considering community garden plan

A plan for a community garden on a vacant lot in Blawnox is stirring questions and discussion as borough leaders consider site plan approval. Tom ...

Proposed $45 sewage fee stirs Blawnox debate

Blawnox Council is expected to vote this month on a sewage service charge, after deciding what type of charge is most equitable for property owners. Council ...

Fox Chapel Area School District buys 2 properties near high school

The Fox Chapel Area School District has purchased two properties near the high school for future development, parking or other needs. District officials said there ...

McGinnis Education Center at Camp Guyasuta in Sharpsburg to double capacity

The McGinnis Education Center at Camp Guyasuta soon will double its capacity, thanks to a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor. Trusses are up, ...

Buyers, sellers can meet at O'Hara site to complete online transactions

Looking for a public space to pick up that iPhone you purchased through an online flea market? O'Hara now will provide meeting space where buyers and ...


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