North Hills

Donations to North Allegheny show community connection to schools

The North Allegheny School District committed last year to borrowing nearly $35 million to pay for maintenance and upgrades to its facilities, school officials said. ...

A.W. Beattie Career Center seeks bids for 911 simulator

A.W. Beattie Career Center officials want to create a greater sense of realism for students training to become the vital link between calls coming in ...

North Park kids triathlon to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh will host its 16th annual Kids Triathlon Series from 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 6 at North Park Swimming ...

Alpha school in McCandless adding pre-K program

The Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless is adding a pre-kindergarten program for 4-year-old children starting this fall. Officials of the Catholic grade school say the ...

Vote on Richland homes development delayed

Richland officials have postponed a decision on a New York firm's plan to put almost 200 new homes on 160 acres of the former Pittsburgh ...

Ross commissioners continue to mull chicken rules

Ross commissioners have tried to allay fears that tightening restrictions on raising chickens in the township is imminent. A handful of residents attended a recent board ...

Contractor's storage yard planned in Hampton

A storage yard for contractor's materials is on the drawing board for construction off Wildwood-Sample Road in Hampton. Uhl Construction Co., a family-owned, Hampton-based general ...

Tattoo fundraiser helps North Hills service organization

Brothers Keeper Tattoo Shop in West View hosted a "flash" tattoo fundraiser on Saturday to benefit North Hills Community Outreach. Small tattoos cost $50 each, and ...

McCandless mom accused of drowning 2 sons ordered to return to state hospital for treatment

A McCandless woman accused of drowning two of her three sons in a bathtub is refusing to take the medications that would help her assist ...

Youths from Hampton, Scott churches work to help West Virginia flood victims

Youths from St. Mary of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church in Hampton were empathetic when deadly floods struck West Virginia in late June. Sharing their ...

Pine-Richland students' efforts for Animal Friends help earn Make a Difference Day honor

When Pine-Richland Middle School teacher Kate Pfeifer traveled to Washington, D.C., this year to accept a National Make a Difference Day Award on behalf of ...

Planned office, retail building off Perry Highway gets Pine's OK

Developer Dominic Gigliotti envisions a child care center as the ideal tenant for his proposed 5,700-square-foot Maple Grove office and retail building in Pine. Gigliotti ...

Shaler native to open Barrel Junction restaurant in township

Restaurateur Ronald DeLuca Jr. said he plans to open a second Barrel Junction this fall, this time in his hometown of Shaler. The new restaurant ...

Shaler sets windmill rules for commercial areas

Shaler officials will allow windmills along the Route 8 and Route 28 commercial corridors. Commissioners approved a Wind Energy Facility Ordinance after a public hearing ...

Etna church holds festival

All Saints Parish held its annual festival at the church in Etna. ...

Parking lot expansion starts across street from Hampton School District's Fridley Field

Hampton Township School District is expanding its parking lot opposite Fridley Field on Topnick Road. That explains why trees began disappearing and heaps of rocks and ...

Shaler roads repaired after rain damage

Summer's heavy rains have caused issues for Shaler's roads. Township engineer Matt Sebastian said at a July 12 Shaler commissioners meeting that rain washed away gravel ...

Ross/West View medic team has ballistic vests, tactical training

The emergency medical service that operates in Ross and West View is preparing for a day members hope won't come — an incident like the ...

Pittsburgh Boy Choir hopes to add members for next season

When Craig Cannon, 62, agreed to lead the Pittsburgh Boy Choir as its artistic director last year, he felt he was beginning a new challenge ...

North Allegheny Horsemen's Association promotes passion for riding, competitions

Uppity wranglers need not apply to join the North Allegheny Horsemen's Association. Down to earth might better describe the saddle slingers of all ages who ...


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