Lawsuit Targets Hitchhiker Brewing Company For 'Disturbing The Peace'A Mt. Lebanon couple is suing a local brewery for disturbing the peace of the neighborhood.
New Year Ushers In New Recycling Rules For Many South Hills CommunitiesThe dawning of a new year has brought a major change to 21 communities in the South Hills when it comes to recycling.
Volunteers Give Back To Others During Mitzvah DayFrom taking plates to tables, to filling glasses with water, Mitzvah Day volunteers stepped in to serve this Christmas.
Motorcycle Crash Shuts Down Road In Mt. LebanonA motorcycle crash shut down a road in Mount Lebanon on Friday afternoon.
Evacuations Ordered Due To Gas Leak In Mount LebanonSeveral people have been evacuated due to a gas leak in Mount Lebanon.
Police: Missing Mt. Lebanon Teen Found SafePolice in Mount Lebanon say a missing teenager who was believed to be endangered has been found safe.
The 4 Best Spots To Score Dessert In Mt. LebanonDo you have a sweet tooth that won't be denied? We're here to help. Try one of these Mt. Lebanon spots!
Widow Of Mr. Rogers’ Movie Crew Member: 'A Loss For Me, I Can't Put That Into Words'The widow of the crew member who died after falling on the set of the new Mr. Rogers’ movie filming in Mount Lebanon is speaking out about her husband’s impact in both the Pittsburgh and film communities.
Minor Flooding, Damage Reported As Heavy Storms Roll Through PittsburghAfter heavy rain moved through the area on Saturday afternoon, flooding and some damage was reported.
Second Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies In Mount LebanonA second raccoon has tested positive for rabies in Mount Lebanon.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept.: 2 More Raccoons Test Positive For RabiesTwo more raccoons in Allegheny County have tested positive for rabies, officials with the County Health Department say.
Independent St. Clair Hospital To Add $142M Expansion Project To Its CampusConstruction is already underway in the Mt. Lebanon-Scott Township area for a $142-million expansion of St. Clair Hospital that serves tens of thousands of people in the South Hills and beyond.