Woman’s Small Dog Attacked By Coyotes In Mt. LebanonA woman visiting the area is putting out a warning to local parents and pet owners after she went through a frightening experience Sunday night with one of her small dogs.
Mt. Lebanon Water Main Break Leaves 20 Without ServiceA number of Mt. Lebanon residents were left without water Saturday morning after a water main break.
Mt. Lebanon Commissioners Approve Jaywalking OrdinanceMt. Lebanon's commissioners unanimously approved a new ordinance to crack down on jaywalkers.
Failed Transformer Leaves Mt. Lebanon Residents Without PowerA number of Mt. Lebanon residents were without power for hours Sunday morning due to a failed transformer.
Commissioners Pushing For Law Cracking Down On Jaywalking In Mt. LebanonThe push is on in Mt. Lebanon to start cracking down on jaywalking.
Mt. Lebanon Police Say High School Graffiti Threat Not CredibleThreatening graffiti was found in a Mt. Lebanon High School bathroom Wednesday, but Mt. Lebanon Police say the threat is not credible.
Man Pleads Guilty To 3rd-Degree Murder From 2002A man granted a new trial in a drug-related kidnapping and murder more than a dozen years ago has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in the case.
Mt. Lebanon Girl About To Become Next Big Pop PrincessPittsburgh has produced some pretty big celebrities in mainstream music today, and now a new name is about to be added to the ranks.
Author Reads Children's Books To Students At Mt. Lebanon Elementary SchoolKate DiCamillo, award-winning author, read from her “Mercy Watson" books to the third graders at Jefferson Elementary School in Mount Lebanon Wednesday morning.
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.