Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Pine Cone Message In Mt. Lebanon An anti-Semitic message that says "Kill the Jews!" with a swastika was spelled out in pine cones in a Mt. Lebanon neighborhood and now, police are investigating.
Voter Turnout Low Despite Importance Of Local RacesWhat if we held an election and nobody showed up to vote?
Police: Mt. Lebanon Child Luring Incident 'Cleared And Resolved'Police in Mount Lebanon have released new details about an alleged child luring incident near Foster Elementary School.
Toys Created For Kids With Autism, ADHD Become Latest CrazeThis year's hot new toy is a gyrating plastic plaything called the Fidget Spinner. They're spinning off the shelves of stores nationwide.
Mount Lebanon Police Hiring More Officers
Keystone Oaks Officials Say School In Session Thursday After Hours Of Negotiations To Avoid StrikeAfter hours of negotiations late into the night and past the midnight deadline, the Keystone Oaks teachers' union and district have reportedly reached a tentative deal to avoid a strike.
Negotiations Scheduled As Keystone Oaks Teachers, Staff Prepare To StrikeKeystone Oaks teachers, nurses and counselors plan to go on strike if they don't have a new contract by Thursday morning.
Keystone Oaks Teachers, Staff Ready To Strike If New Contract Can’t Be ReachedTeachers and other staff members in the Keystone Oaks School District are threatening to hit the picket lines later this week if a new contract cannot be reached with the district.
Couples At Mt. Lebanon Retirement Home Renew Their Vows On Valentine’s DayLove was definitely in the air on Valentine's Day. And we're not talking puppy love, but the seasoned, long-term kind.
Mt. Lebanon Native Daya Wins First GrammyMt. Lebanon native turned pop star Daya has won her first Grammy.
Next Phase Of Mt. Lebanon Deer Cull Program BeginsStarting today, trained and licensed volunteers will be hunting for deer on both public and private property in Mount Lebanon.
Area’s First Cupcake Vending Machine Satisfying Sweet ToothsFrom candy to soda to bottles of wine and even used cars, we are no strangers to vending machines, but for Pittsburgh, this is a first.