Court Orders Mt. Lebanon To End Archery Hunt In ParkA judge has ordered the western Pennsylvania municipality of Mount Lebanon to end its controlled archery hunt in a local park.
Mt. Lebanon Making Pedestrian Safety A Priority With Signs, Law EnforcementThousands of pedestrians are hit and killed by cars each year.
Mt. Lebanon Landmark Undergoes Another TransformationA barn-shaped building at the end of Banksville Road is considered by some as the entrance to Mount Lebanon.
Mt. Lebanon Commissioners Approve 2 Methods For Deer CullingThe deer density dilemma and how to reduce their population in Mount Lebanon is an issue that continues to be debated in that South Hills community.
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Bubble Vandals Strike Again In Mt. LebanonVandals, who enjoy big bubbles, have struck again in Mt. Lebanon.
Mt. Lebanon Residents Reacting Positively To Archery Hunt PlanMount Lebanon's controversial deer-culling was once again at the forefront of a meeting Tuesday night.
Mt. Lebanon Commissioners Approve Archery Hunt To Control Deer PopulationMount 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.
Mysterious Bubbles Pour Out Of Mt. Lebanon FountainA mysterious situation popped up early this morning in Mt. Lebanon.
State AG Files Suit Against Senior Living Center For Poor Care Of ResidentsPeople 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.
Preventing Skin Cancer: What One Addition To A Local Park Can Do To HelpWe'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.
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.