South Hills

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Bethel Park

Someone bought a winning Powerball ticket worth $1 million in Bethel Park, falling one number short Wednesday night of winning a giant jackpot of the ...

Sshhh, don't tell them they're learning during summer vacation

Ava Caporali likely would have spent much of her summer at the pool. Instead, Ava, 8, headed back to school, where she learned to cook, ...

Brentwood Council nixes two options for borough building; parking lot eyed

The parking lot next to the Brentwood Borough building could be the future home of municipal operations. After rejecting two options to possibly house administrative ...

Nation's top drum corps to perform at Baldwin High School

Some of the world's leading drum and bugle performers will compete on the Baldwin High School stadium field on Aug. 3 in a fundraiser for ...

Pleasant Hills celebrates police officers' work

Nearly 100 people — infants to grandparents — gathered on the lawn of the Pleasant Hills Public Library Tuesday evening for a block party like ...

Brentwood Council rejects police contract agreement

Brentwood Council has rejected an agreement with the municipality's police collective bargaining unit for a new four-year contract over language concerns. "We're so close," borough ...

Residents seek action to reduce flooding in Whitehall

Paul Churik has had enough of the repeated flooding at his Doverdell Drive home. "Three cars in the last three years, we've lost. Two furnaces. ...

Despite stolen fountain, Whitehall Council goes slow on cameras in parks

A water fountain installed in Prospect Park a year ago at the request of some of Whitehall's youngest and newest residents has disappeared. "It's gone," ...

Young Whitehall refugees create multimedia works about selves in library project

Ba Blu Moo sketched a self-portrait on a life-size piece of paper with twisted brown yarn draping over for hair and floral material for clothing. ...

National Night Out returns to Pleasant Hills

Sean Greene, Pleasant Hills deputy police chief, was greeted with high fives from some of the area's youngest residents as he handed them gold sticker ...

Pleasant Hills Council OKs plan for new shopping center

A coffee shop, dental practice and mobile phone retailer could be opening in a new shopping center in Pleasant Hills. Borough council Monday unanimously approved ...

Baldwin Borough police chief told to draft report on staffing needs

Baldwin Borough Council directed police Chief Michael Scott to submit a written report detailing staffing needs and scheduling issues in the police department and how ...

Baldwin Borough officials to further mull dirt bike, ATV options

Ron Bohn reminds riders who come into his Route 51 dirt bike and ATV shop to be respectful and obey the law. That has more ...

Leaders still considering proposed commercial vehicle parking ordinance in Baldwin Borough

Baldwin Borough leaders say safety concerns have them looking to further restrict large commercial vehicles parking on streets. Council members continue to mull a proposed ...

Brentwood Council set to vote on joining banner program honoring military members

The faces of Brentwood heroes could line Brownsville Road by Veterans Day. Councilman AJ Doyle on Monday presented his colleagues with the idea of Brentwood ...

Work to start soon on Baldwin Borough sewage tank

Crews likely will start clearing a path for a 1.2-million-gallon equalization basin sewage tank on Baldwin Borough property within the next two weeks. Baldwin Borough ...

Friends of a Pleasant Hills veteran pay tribute to his service

Ed Handshue, 93, starts his mile-long walk along Old Clairton Road at 6 each morning. Some days it takes him more than two hours to get ...

South Hills residents, business owners clean up after flooding

Gary Kearn watched as the hair salon he's owned at the Shoppes at Caste Village for nearly 30 years flooded once again. "The water was ...

Retired priest, principal leave lasting marks at St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Parish in Whitehall

The Rev. John Haney once ate lunch with Mother Teresa. While he describes that as one of the most thrilling moments of his life, he ...

Whitehall leaders seek to update rules on parked trailers

Whitehall leaders are looking to update borough rules to keep parked trailers out of public view. Council President Phil Lahr on June 6 sent a ...


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