Thursday Mar 6
Cost of living study puts four-member Pittsburgh family requirement at $66,000
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Dick Rose honored by Allegheny County
There were more accolades for former school director Richard Rose as District Five Allegheny County Council Member Sue Means presented him with a proclamation from the council during the Feb. 24 Bethel Park School Board meeting.
Brightwood Fire Station preps for demo
The Brightwood Fire Station is being demolished to be replaced by a newer building, but members of the Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Company said it's not an ending, just the beginning of another chapter.
Bethel Park studenta s class project makes it around the world
Courtesy Bethel Park School District Bethel Park seventh grader Antonio Fontana presents a poster to members of the America Legion Post 760.
Rusted Roota s Jim Donovan teaches stress relief workshop
Finding ways to reduce or relieve stress was the topic of a recent seminar at Metamorphosis wellness center in McMurray.
Pa. free lunches on the rise in poor economy
From October 2005 to October 2013, state statistics show enrollment dropped by 663, but the number of students qualifying for free lunches rose by 418 and the percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunches rose from 25.9 to 41.2. Gateway superintendent Nina Zetty isn't sure what is causing the increase, though she suspects the ... (more)
Bethel Park school board accepts audit for 2012-13
Steven Cypher, managing partner of Canonsburg certified public accountants Cypher & Cypher, reviewed the audit during Tueday night's board meeting.
BP board approves Act 1 submission
Bethel Park School Board members Feb. 18 approved a preliminary general fund budget in the amount of $79,843,157 for the 2014-2015 school year.
Small group insurance rates balloon, SMC survey finds
Ballooning premiums as the result of health care reform are sorely testing small employers' ability to provide health care coverage, a new survey by Churchill-based SMC Business Councils found.
Judge scolds Allegheny County lawyer for foot-dragging
Allegheny County is beefing up its corps of attorneys handling inmate lawsuits and seeking a meeting with federal judges following a string of sanctions and lectures from magistrates upset at lawyerly foot-dragging.