Here’s a look at some of the top stories around Pittsburgh today.
Vandals, who enjoy big bubbles, have struck again in Mt. Lebanon.
Mount Lebanon’s controversial deer-culling was once again at the forefront of a meeting Tuesday night.
Mount Lebanon Commissioners approved with a vote of 4 to 1 moving ahead with a company that will oversee an archery hunt in an effort to attack the deer population.
A mysterious situation popped up early this morning in Mt. Lebanon.
People living in nursing homes were left thirsty, hungry, dirty and unable to summon help to even go to the bathroom, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office Wednesday.
We’ve all seen dispensers with hand sanitizer in public places. But what if there were sunscreen dispensers? A recent addition to a local park might be a game-changer in preventing skin cancer.
Mount Lebanon officials are still looking for ways to curb its deer population after a deer cull this spring didn’t go as planned.
Trash — Americans generate a lot of it — and in suburban areas it’s a basic municipal responsibility, getting rid of the household trash for their residents.
Mt. Lebanon graduate Ian Happ has been selected in the first round of the MLB Draft.
A woman’s dog is unable to walk after a deer attacked it.
The FBI is investigating after a bank in Castle Shannon was robbed Monday morning.
Firefighters were called to a two-alarm blaze at a home in Mt. Lebanon Sunday.
Food 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.
Prom season is just around the corner for thousands of area high school students.