We know that you aren’t even close to giving up on the heat of the summer, but this is the perfect time to learn about what you can do in your home to “Get Ready for Winter!” CCI and the Etna Energy Champions bring you another exciting project in September. A product of January’s Idea […]
The Shaler commissioners voted Aug. 13 to accept a settlement from Scioto Properties, which will allow up to six residents with traumatic brain injuries to occupy 444 McElheny Road. In return, the developer will dismiss a federal lawsuit claiming that, when the township failed to issue Scioto a property variance for the facility, it violated residents with disabilities’ constitutional rights to fair housing.
Tim Rogers initially accepted an interim Shaler Township manager position, with goals of improving the township’s finances and employee relations while the board of commissioners sought a permanent manager.
Shaler North Hills Library will host a Daycare and Preschool Appreciation Breakfast on Saturday, Aug. 31 from 8-10 a.m. (please stop in at your convenience) at the library. Daycare sites and preschools do so much for the children and families of our community. As a new season begins, we would like to thank you for […]
A former Florida man was sentenced Tuesday to 6½ years in a federal prison for two armed bank robberies during which prosecutors said he wore a wig and face mask, according to U.S. Attorney Scott Brady.
We had hot rods and hot dogs at the 11th Annual Shaler North Hills Car Cruise on Saturday, August 10. Thank you to our generous and hard-working Car Cruise sponsors. So many wonderful classic cars, old friends, oldies music spun by DJ Clint Stokes, great raffles, and lots of fun on a gorgeous Pittsburgh evening. […]