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Upper St. Clair resident Suzie McConnell-Serio has been hired to be Pitt’s new women’s coach.
The seafood restaurant had a “soft opening” over the weekend and plan to formally open on Monday afternoon.
The Neighborhood Files
PennDOT is delaying the construction work on Banksville Road in Dormont until next week.
There will be an “E-Waste Recycling” drop-off Friday and a shredding event on Saturday.
The region’s U.S. Coast Guard’s command and maintenance center could be moving from Pittsburgh, but one federal lawmaker is questioning if that’s the best place for it to be located.
Police & Fire
A Mt. Lebanon woman was arrested last month after police said she tried to steal $1,200 worth of merchandise from four stores in Upper St. Clair and Bethel Park.
A Bethel Park man is going to trial on charges that he stole more that $70,000 in funds from a company that manages several gas stations in the area.
Volunteers in the News
Providence Point and Baptist Homes held a friendly competition between the two campuses for their second annual Community Collection Challenge.
Expect delays Monday if you’re traveling on Interstate 79 near the Bridgeville exit.
The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home
Here's a look inside five homes for sale in Upper St. Clair that are having open houses on Sunday, April 7, 2013.
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