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Chartiers Valley alumni turn out for pre-demolition tour of buildings

When Michelle Smith-Taylor heard about an alumni tour of Chartiers Valley High School and Middle School, she decided to drive almost 300 miles from Cincinnati ...

Chartiers Valley homecoming carnival continues long, fun tradition

Chartiers Valley High School Assistant Principal Robert Butts doesn't mind passing off work to the students when it comes to the homecoming carnival. In fact, he ...

Collier display for Britsburgh Festival highlights military-miniatures hobby

When Bob Lehman was stationed on the USS Raleigh, an LPD-1 amphibious transport ship in Norfolk, Va., from 1971-75, he usually found time to indulge ...

Oktoberfest slated for Oct. 1 at Collier Park, community center

Time flies when you're having fun, especially when you're planning for the annual Oktoberfest in Collier. Rochelle Barry, parks and recreation director, said during a planning ...

Heidelberg eyes cost-savings

Heidelberg officials could save more than $5,500 a year by switching companies to collect sewer bills. Council members authorized interim manager Harry Faulk to notify Diversified ...

South Fayette's Little Green Machine to host marching band festival

The Little Green Machine Marching Band will welcome nine other high school bands to perform in South Fayette's 36th annual Festival of Bands on Saturday. The ...

Polling places added in Collier

Registered voters in Collier will be receiving new voter registration cards in the mail in the next few weeks. The township has expanded from four to ...

Town Town: Carnegie couple celebrates birth of third son

Congratulations to Julie (Popivchak) and Bill Weil of Carnegie on the birth of their third son. Colson Jay Weil was born on Aug. 25, 2016, ...

Carnegie performance group doesn't believe in make-believe

Stage & Steel Productions in Carnegie is community theater with an edge. A diverse group of local people come together to try out new skills and ...

Oyler: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is a truly precious resource

My daughter Elizabeth, my granddaughter Rachael and I visited the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette one recent Saturday afternoon. It is the outgrowth of ...

Lions Club coming to Bridgeville area

Lions Club International will soon have a chapter in the Bridgeville area. Dan Hupp, secretary for the Lions Club of Pittsburgh, is recruiting members to join ...

Bridgeville expands planning commission, but seats still open

Bridgeville Council voted to increase the size of the planning commission from five to seven members at its September meeting, but it did not fill ...

Detour route irks Carnegie leaders

The detour route for a closed portion of Campbell's Run Road has affected Carnegie residents and frustrated borough officials. The detour route goes from Baldwin Road ...

Crafton library's art contest celebrates borough's history

Crafton children are asked to use their imaginations when thinking about their town. Crafton Public Library will kick off its inaugural art contest with a special ...

Collier log home 1 of 4 on historical society tour

The public is invited to step back into history as the Pioneers West Historical Society sponsors its second annual historical log homes tour on Saturday. Four ...

South Fayette anticipates biggest homecoming carnival ever

Homecoming at South Fayette is more than just a dance and football game. The high school's Student Government has organized the 11th annual homecoming carnival at ...

Softball tournament Sept. 24 in Bridgeville to memorialize 'Bash Brother'

Friends and family remember Ron Schott as a family man, avid softball player and someone who would help anyone in need. In his memory, the ...

Oyler: Fondly remembering a left-footed kicker

I was saddened to learn of the passing of Bill Norcik. I was a year ahead of him at Bridgeville High School and Penn State ...

Town Talk: Former Carnegie resident turns 101

Ruth E. Martin, a longtime resident of Carnegie and now residing at John J. Kane Regional Center, celebrated her 101st birthday on Aug. 28, 2016. ...

Open Streets Carnegie festivities scheduled for Sept. 24

Carnegie residents soon will have an opportunity to see what Main Street looks like without vehicles. The borough will hold its first Open Streets Carnegie from ...


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