North Hills

Richland sewing enthusiast aids veterans through Girl Scout project

To thank aging U.S. military veterans for their service, Shaelyn Parry, 17, of Richland decided to handcraft carryalls for their walkers and wheelchairs. Parry also ...

Pine-Richland continues to work on transgender student policy

Officials in the Pine-Richland School District continue to work through the process of establishing a policy or administrative guideline regarding restroom and facility use for ...

New Hampton Community Park playground scheduled to open July 3

Surprisingly bouncy, shredded bark carpets the new $320,000 GameTime playground set to open at 3 p.m. July 3 in Hampton Community Park. "It's a combination of ...

McCandless Council OK's Vincentian Academy addition

Vincentian Academy's plan to build an addition to its school building off McKnight Road was unanimously approved by McCandless council on Monday night. School officials are ...

Shaler lawyer honored for years of service to Boy Scouts

Arthur West was awarded the Silver Beaver Award by the Laurel Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America, on June 14, at Camp Twin Echo, Ligonier. ...

Longtime Hampton dance teacher retires

Dancer Carol Nover surprised a lot of Hampton mothers and daughters when she decided to take a bow from teaching. Nover, 71, of McCandless, a ...

Ross summer recreation program enrollment hits record

A record 163 elementary school-aged children are taking part in this year's summer recreation program in Ross. The six-week program with educational and recreational components ...

Shaler gears up for Fourth of July

Community Day has been a Fourth of July tradition in Shaler for more than 40 years. This year's annual celebration will be held July 4 ...

Teen to study wells in effort to solve creek's salt level mystery

Wishing for wells to study this summer is Chelsea Carver, 16, of Pine. As a science project, Chelsea plans to help collect and analyze ...

Events, members' requests bolster Franklin Park firefighters ranks

Carl Hayson recalls that seeing fire equipment displays and demonstrations when he was growing up in the North Hills kindled his interest in becoming a ...

North Park water tower restoration effort picks up steam

On a clear day, features of Pittsburgh's skyline including the Cathedral of Learning, BNY Mellon Center and the U.S. Steel Tower are visible from the ...

Ross OKs plan to turn hotel into assisted living center

A plan to convert the La Quinta Inn in Ross to an assisted living center calls for reducing the amount of parking surrounding the building ...

Special sessions set to collect Ross, North Hills School District taxes

Ross tax collector Jerry O'Brien and Jordan Tax Service Inc. will be available to collect Ross and North Hills School District taxes on July 5 ...

McKnight Elementary has new assistant principal

The North Allegheny School Board voted unanimously on June 22 to hire Carla Hudson as the new assistant principal for McKnight Elementary School. Hudson began teaching ...

Pine-Richland schools have room for growth for at least a decade, study says

The Pine-Richland School District has enough capacity in its current facilities to handle expected student population growth for at least the next 10 years, without ...

Ross may set chicken-keeping limit of 3 per lot

Changes to an animal control law that would limit the number of chickens Ross residents can keep on their properties can't come soon enough for ...

Ross delays vote regarding proposed Buckhill Road townhouses

The Ross planning commission on Thursday put off a vote for at least a month on whether to approve construction of townhouses along Buckhill Road ...

North Allegheny board approves $151M budget

The North Allegheny School Board on Wednesday unanimously approved a budget for the 2016-17 school year that will not require an increase in property taxes. The ...

McCandless mother again deemed unfit for trial in drownings of 2 sons in bathtub

A McCandless woman accused of drowning two of her three sons in the bathtub will be sent back to Torrance State Hospital for treatment after ...

Vote on proposal for 198 Richland homes could come next month

Richland supervisors could vote within weeks to approve a developer's plans to plant 198 new houses on former Pittsburgh Cut Flower Co. meadows and slopes. A ...


Allegheny Obituaries