Mt. Lebanon Officials Meet To Discuss New Attempt At Deer ManagementMount Lebanon officials are still looking for ways to curb its deer population after a deer cull this spring didn't go as planned.
Mt. Lebanon's Ian Happ Talks About Getting Ready For MLB DraftMt. Lebanon High School and University of Cincinnati product Ian Happ is expected to be a first-round pick.
Mt. Lebanon HS Wastes Little With Composting, Recycling EffortsFood served at the Mt. Lebanon High School cafeteria is fresher, and more varied, than traditional fare of the past. Food service director Tazeen Choudhury says the food is healthier, and kids are just eating it up.
Threat Prompts Increased Police Presence At Mt. Lebanon High SchoolStudents at one local school will notice an increased police presence at school this morning.
Police Investigating Bathroom Wall Threat At Mt. Lebanon HSPolice are investigating after a threat was written on a wall in the girls’ bathroom at Mt. Lebanon High School.
Mt. Lebanon High School Renovation Will Also Remove AsbestosSchool officials say the construction being done on Mt. Lebanon High School will require asbestos removal.
Mt. Lebanon Student Dresses As Homeless Man For Class, Gets SuspendedA high school student who dressed as a homeless man for a drama assignment was so convincing that he fooled school officials - and ended up getting suspended.
Mt. Lebanon HS Student Charged With RapeA 17-year-old junior at Mt. Lebanon High School has been charged with raping a teenage girl.
Former Mt. Lebanon Assistant Coach To Stand Trial A former assistant cross country coach at Mt. Lebanon is out of jail, but will stand trial on charges that he had an improper sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student. Christopher Childs, 20, waived his right to a preliminary hearing.
Former Mt. Lebanon High School Track Team Volunteer ChargedA former volunteer for the Mt. Lebanon High School track team is now facing charges. According to the Mt. Lebanon School District, Christopher Childs allegedly had “improper contact” with one of the students.
Mt. Lebanon HS Project Clears Final Hurdle