Tuesday Apr 22
South Hills Village mall getting ready for renovation
Construction signs will be going up soon inside South Hills Village mall, as the owner of the almost 50-year-old shopping center plunges into a renovation meant to spruce things up before the important holiday shopping season.
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
90-year-old Bethel Park man graduating from University of Pittsburgh
John Downs of Bethel Park reacts to the news that he will receive his history degree from the University of Pittsburgh at commencement on April 27. Photo courtesy Emily Eppard As John Downs' five daughters were sorting through memorabilia in preparation for his 90th birthday, they discovered paperwork from 1950 that was sent to their father to ... (more)
Wyda replacement Arnoni sworn in
District Justice Ron Arnoni was sworn into office on April 16. He fills the vacancy left by the late District Justice Rob Wyda.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
South Hills police participating in Drug Take-Back Day April 26
Many area police departments and municipalities are participating in a Drug Take-Back on April 26. Contrary to popular belief, experts advise against flushing unwanted pills.
Customers without water service after water main break in Bethel Park
As of Friday night, 25 customers were without water after an 8-inch water main break in Bethel Park.
UPMC first to offer lower-cost small group renewals
UPMC Health Plan has become the first insurer in the region to offer small group health insurance renewals that cost less because they don't comply with the Affordable Care Act.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
For some Pitt students, UPMC could soon be out of network
A University of Pittsburgh sophomore's broken ankle has exposed a new twist in the ongoing Highmark-UPMC contract dispute - beginning Jan. 1, likely thousands of Pitt students with Highmark insurance could have limited or no access to non-emergency care at the health system affiliated with the university they attend.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Council members move to censure committee chair
Council members Heather Heidelbaugh, R-Mt. Lebanon, and Bill Robinson, D-Hill District, are sponsoring the motion, which proposes formally reprimanding Councilman Michael Finnerty, D-Scott, for "committing eight separate violations of the Rules of Council and Robert's Rules of Order," the parliamentary guidelines used by council.
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Highmark to Invest $25M in Bethel Park ASC
Health insurer Highmark plans to invest $25 million for an ambulatory surgery center in Bethel Park, Pa., according to a Pittsburgh Business Times report.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Pittsburgh-area schools consider graduation changes
The Pittsburgh Public Schools board is considering changing high school graduation requirements, including eliminating the graduation project, adding more time for biology, and reducing the amount of time for physical education.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Highmark to fund new surgery center
Blues health insurer Highmark Inc. anticipates spending $118 million in community health reinvestment projects through June 2015, including $25 million for an ambulatory surgery center in Bethel Park.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Bethel Park schools likely to raise taxes
Bethel Park school board is expecting to raise taxes in its 2014-15 budget, but at this point, the board thinks the increase will be within the index allowed by the state.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Carla Hall, co-host of a The Chewa brings cookbook and demo to Market District
The author and co-host of ABC's “The Chew” does just that in her newest cookbook, “Carla's Comfort Foods: Favorite Dishes from Around the World,” and will appear at both the Bethel Park and Robinson Market District stores Saturday to meet fans and share recipes from the book.
Bethel Park man charged in Canonsburg chase
A Bethel Park man was charged Tuesday by Canonsburg police on a long list of charges stemming from a chase that started early Friday as a traffic stop for an equipment violation.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Soggy And Spring Like
ALSO "GOOD MORNING AMERICA" COMING UP AFTER OUR SHOW. BACK TO YOU. LET'S GET OVER TO RAY.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Pittsburgh native's young son pulled from Washington state mudslide
A U.S. Air Force veteran who grew up in Bethel Park was part of a helicopter rescue team that pulled another Pittsburgh native's young son from a massive mudslide in Washington state over the weekend.