The Fox Chapel police department is warning residents to be on the lookout for a bear and two small cubs that have been seen in the area.
One of Pitt’s latest recruits talks about why he chose to stay home for his college football career.
A car reportedly went 15-feet over a hillside in Fox Chapel. This happened at Squaw Run and Deer Spring Lane.
Two of the top football players in the WPIAL have been invited to a brand new high school football all-star game showcasing America’s top high school seniors.
Firefighters were called to a home in Fox Chapel. Emergency officials received the call at about 10:25 p.m. Tuesday.
Lani Lazzari was a cute, Pippy Longstocking-looking girl when she started her business at age 11. Today, she’s a young woman – a 17-year-old CEO working full-time to run her company – Simple Sugars.
Lani Lazzari was a cute, Pippy Longstocking-looking girl when she started her business at age 11. Today, she’s a young woman – a 17-year-old CEO working full-time to run her company.
Pittsburgh CrimeStoppers is hoping the public can help police locate a wanted criminal.
Brother website MaxPreps recently published its list of top 100 football recruits for 2012, and three WPIAL players made the cut. Here’s a look at some of the other top 2012 recruits from District 7…
William “The Refrigerator” Perry, from the Chicago Bears in 1980’s, has been reunited with his Super Bowl XX ring, thanks to a thoughtful 10-year-old from Fox Chapel.
When Governor Tom Corbett urged the legislature to cut public school funding by 10 percent across the board, that didn’t mean every school district would lose the same amount of money.
Telephone service was knocked out for more than 100 homes. Officials with Verizon say a fiber optic cable was partially cut.
Students at Fox Chapel Area High School are mourning the death of a fellow classmate who died in a skiing accident in western Colorado.
93.7 The Fan’s high school sports reporter offers his forecast for the first batch of PIHL games ever to be played at Consol Energy Center.
Pittsburgh’s small Japanese community is continuing to closely monitor the events back in their native country following last week’s destructive earthquake and tsunami.