One game is all that separates neighborhood rivals Mount Lebanon (22-3) and Bethel Park (23-3). It’s all that separated them in the AAAA-Sec. 4 girls’ basketball standings, and it’s all that separated the Blue Devils from a shot at another district crown.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The boys’ portion of the WPIAL Basketball Championships began Friday night at the A.J. Palumbo Center with two teams capturing their second district crowns in three years.
Some high school students could get a little help with college tuition from the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation.
The Catholic Felician Sisters of Coraopolis will be honored with a Legacy Gala on March 2 at the Pittsburgh Airport Hyatt Regency. The event will celebrate the anniversary of a school founded by the Sisterhood 80 years ago.
Springdale Borough Police stepped up patrols Tuesday following a report of a possible attempted luring.
Graduation is a mixed bag of emotions for one local high school football player.
A local teenage girl died after a sledding accident Friday.
A day after the Clairton High School football team shutout Dunmore in Hershey, Pa. to clinch its fourth-straight PIAA Class A championship title, the city continues to bask in the glow of the team’s amazing success story.
KDKA’s Jon Delano stopped by the construction site for the new Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School in Cranberry.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — In their season opener against Upper St. Clair, the Wolverines dropped the ball, in a metaphorical sense. In the rematch Friday, the Panthers dropped the ball, in the literal sense, and Woodland Hills took full advantage.
Two Deer Lakes football players were flown to the hospital after suffering head injuries.
Keystone Oaks middle and high schools were on lockdown today after two students found a bullet.
Two local schools will get a little help with fundraising from Tom Cruise.
A protest was held outside the Allegheny County Jail Monday. A judge ruled a teenage girl who is accused of first-degree murder will be allowed out of jail so she can attend high school. But the ruling didn’t sit well with the victim’s family.
More than a dozen Penn Hills senior football players said they were kicked off the high school’s football team, after voicing concerns.