Chatham University’s Eden Hall campus was the site of a three-hour sourbread workshop on June 15 to teach interested community members how to make fougasse. This bread that originated in France benefits from slow fermentation, offering unique flavor and texture. The workshop included making the bread from scratch, tasting the finished product and taking home dough to make more.
R.A.W. Training and Crossfit R.A.W. hosted the 7th annual Patriot Games team event on June 15. This event was a one-day team event challenge with teams consisting of two males and two females. The athletes competed in a variety of events that tested endurance and strength in a variety of grueling ways.
PRO BIKE + RUN and Cannondale Bicycles hosted Brews, Bikes and BBQ in North Park on June 15 and 16. There were a bike ride, bike demonstrations, food trucks, draft beer and more. The annual event gives riders an opportunity to meet other cycling enthusiasts.
Pine resident Ty Voit recently received two of the biggest honors of his hockey career within the span of one month when he was selected in the 2019 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection draft and the 2019 United States Hockey League Phase I draft.
Thanks to the noise of the wind-driven rain, the endless splash of mud puddles and the smacking sound of my wipers, the truck radio was barely audible. But the rich voice of country crooner Luke Bryan would not be denied. So despite the deafening aquatic symphony I was able to make out the chorus of one of Luke’s smash hits “Rain is a Good Thing.”
Pine-Richland High School senior Tyler Hepler earned a Gene Kelly “Best Actor” award on May 25, 2019. He will travel to New York City in June to represent Pittsburgh in the National High School Musical Theater Awards. Pine-Richland earned five Gene Kelly nominations for its production of “Guys & Dolls.” Senior Declan Allwein earned a […]
The race for Pine Township Supervisor is still undecided following last night’s primaries. While Jeffrey Hyams won the Democrat seat as the only candidate, the Republican race had seven vying for just three seats. While Pat Avolio and Jack Donahue won the first two seats, Ryan Colombo and Jeff Romano appear to be tied for the third seat.
Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus was the site of Sustainability Summit for Youth: Global Solutions to Combat Climate Change, on April 30. High school students from across the region were introduced to and encouraged to discuss ways to battle climate change.
Young bicyclists from all over the North Hills stopped by The Block of Northway on April 27 for a bike rodeo to promote safety. Everything from the rules of the road to bike skills to safety equipment were covered.
Allegheny County Conservation District (ACCD) and Allegheny Watershed Alliance (AWA) organized an event to plant native trees and shrubs in North Park on April 27 to improve Pine Creek with funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
When my children were young, I loved to tell them stories. I created a cast of characters with funny accents and wild appearances and sent them on comical journeys through weird and interesting places. The kids howled at the stories, the players and the exotic lands in which they lived.
Kids can get to experience what it was like to live, work and play in the local colonial times at the Depreciation Lands Museum Children’s Heritage Day on May 5, which also marks the opening day for the season.
On Friday, April 12, Eden Hall Upper Elementary students took part in the school’s annual Science Olympiad. The students were tasked with a multitude of science-based activities to take part in and solve.
On Saturday, April 6, the top-ranked Pine-Richland boys lacrosse team rolled to a hardfought 5-3 victory over Hill Academy. This was a non-conference game against Hill Academy, an elite program from Kleinburg, Ontario.