With multiple murderers and a mix of potential conclusions, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” will leave audience members on the edge of their seats, Shady Side Academy Theater Director Dana Hardy-Bingham predicted.
The Rev. Michael Decewicz is preparing to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Addiction Recovery Ministry which he helped spearhead at St. Juan Diego Parish in Sharpsburg, and said he is eager to grow the program in 2020.
Veteran Aspinwall firefighter Robert French Jr. wasn’t expecting to be recognized during the department’s annual awards ceremony last week when he snagged the night’s biggest honor – Firefighter of the Year.
The Sharpsburg Sustainability & Civic Engagement Center is set to open its doors this week, ushering new opportunities in an eclectic array of topics from public art to stormwater management to community gardening.
Several shoppers at The Waterworks Market District bustled about the parking lot early Wednesday, toting armfuls of reusable bags, seemingly prepared for the company’s initiative to eliminate single-use plastics.
Lauri Ann West Community Center in O’Hara has reopened after a power outage Friday morning. The center along Powers Run Road was closed temporarily while Duquesne Light crews worked to resolve the issue. Officials said early this morning that they were trying to keep the doors open for programs and classes and would run the site on battery backup but the building had to close for about an hour.
A recent Fox Chapel Area graduate has successfully completed U.S. Army Basic Combat Training at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina — continuing a strong tradition of her family’s service dating back to the Civil War.
New Shady Side Academy president Bartley Griffith Jr. pledged to the school community during his installation that they, together, would think big, act with concern for others and leave the area better than they found it.
Literature lovers have the chance to meet Mark Twain or Ernest Hemingway – or at least their lookalikes – during the first-ever “Sip, Savor & Swing” fundraiser hosted by Cooper-Siegel Community Library and Riverfront Theater Company.
One hundred sixty-five current Fox Chapel Area High School students and 2019 graduates have been named Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars by the College Board for demonstrating college-level achievement on the AP examinations taken in May 2019. The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on the number of courses and exams. At Fox Chapel Area High School:
From his early days growing cabbage in Main Street gardens to the establishment of a now global condiment company, Sharpsburg’s most famous son, H.J. Heinz, offers plenty of material for the Sharpsburg Historical Commission’s inaugural lecture.
From Bavarian pretzels and Bratwurst to other seasonal-themed favorites, Oktoberfest at Lauri Ann West Community Center will give residents a chance to celebrate all things German — and raise money at the same time.