North Hills

McCandless Council votes to hire Oakmont police chief

McCandless Council voted Monday to bring back a former town police sergeant to replace police Chief Gary Anderson, who is retiring this fall. David R. DiSanti ...

Lake MacLeod homeowners seek legal recourse

Lake MacLeod Homeowners Association is challenging Pine officials' preliminary approval of a developer's plans to put nearly 250 new houses along Babcock Boulevard next to ...

Artists collaborate in monthly Glenshaw library group

Artists color, draw, paint and knit during the Glenshaw Public Library's monthly open art group forum. Botanical artist Jeanne Perrier of Shaler formed the group ...

Allison Park Church members take serving others to next level

Servolution, a wave of charity to others, recently rolled across Hampton, West Deer and Ambridge to mark the 50th anniversary of Allison Park Church on ...

Work on new sidewalks, other upgrades under way at Hampton Middle School

Expect new sidewalks to surround Hampton Middle School before winter. Demolition of the school's deteriorating, 13-year-old walkways was scheduled to begin Aug. ...

Marshall seeking ideas for Altmyer barn at park site

When Marshall bought part of the former Altmyer farm in 2014, keeping the old barn on the site and using the land for a township ...

Peebles firefighters seek loan for truck

McCandless may loan $400,000 to the Peebles District Volunteer Fire Co. to help pay for a new truck. The money would contribute to the almost $936,000 ...

North Hills students bring energy to project

As part of a National Science Foundation fellowship, two North Hills High School Class of 2016 graduates spent 400 hours this summer working on a ...

Building projects, tech upgrades and more set for North Hills area private, parochial schools

Students returning from summer break to North Hills area parochial and private schools will be greeted with more technology, building upgrades and renovations, as well ...

Ross mulls chicken-keeping rules, including 6-bird limit

New regulations being developed in Ross would allow residents to have backyard chicken coops, but slaughtering the birds or raising roosters could be on the ...

Former North Hills area educator heads Massachusetts school

Sister Myra Rodgers will serve as interim president of Sacred Heart School in Kingston, Mass., the Sisters of Divine Providence announced. Sacred Heart was founded in ...

Ross car cruise rescheduled for Aug. 28

Ross Township Business and Economic Development Corp. has postponed its RED Hot Cruise-In until Aug. 28. The car cruise event will run from noon to 4 ...

Ditka's to replace Atria's in Pine

A Mike Ditka's steak and seafood house is set to replace the Atria Restaurant and Tavern at 12980 Perry Highway in Pine. Expect the ...

North Allegheny benefit concert for W.Va. schools canceled

A benefit concert planned Aug. 21 at North Allegheny Senior High School in McCandless to help West Virginia schools damaged by summer floods has been ...

Pine-Richland student earns praise for summer work in lab

Pine-Richland High School junior Kiera Regan aspires to be more than a physician. She hopes to become a medical researcher, too, after two months of ...

Ross Township suspends collection of amusement tax paid by 4 businesses

Ross commissioners on Monday evening voted to suspend collection of a 10 percent tax tacked onto the price of tickets sold by businesses that charge ...

Pine-Richland boosts bandwith, other technology in schools

If students in the Pine-Richland School District have questions as they prepare to return to classrooms next week, they know just where to look for ...

Transgender policies remain issue at Pine-Richland

Pine-Richland school directors could take another vote Sept. 12 on a resolution to change the current practice of allowing students to use facilities based on ...

Multiple changes made at Catholic schools in Hampton

Students will see everything from new carpet to new administrators when classes resume this month at three Hampton area Catholic schools. At St. Mary of ...

Science labs on wheels, other changes coming to Hampton schools

Classes for 2.930 students will resume Aug. 25 in the Hampton Township School District under the leadership of two new top administrators. New Superintendent Michael ...


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