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'You Can't Take It With You': Carlynton students gear up for fall play  Tribune-Review

Carlynton High School students will light up the stage quite literally as they bring to life the laugh-out-loud 1937 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy 'You Can't Take It ...



Carlynton free-throw contest winners recognized  Tribune-Review

A free-throw tradition dating back more than 50 years was held at Carlynton High School on Jan. 11, sponsored by the Carnegie Elks and organized by Gary ...



Carlynton School District investigates bomb threat  Tribune-Review

Police plan to search Carlynton High School on Tuesday night and then lock down the building after a bomb threat was found on a restroom stall. The graffiti ...



Carlynton celebrates Class of 2018  Tribune-Review

Carlynton High School celebrated the graduation of its Class of 2018 at a commencement ceremony June 1. The event was moved to the school's auditorium.



Carlynton board member Caleb Richardson resigns  Tribune-Review

For the second time in four months, the Carlynton School Board will be looking to fill a vacant seat. Board members on July 16 approved the resignation of Caleb ...



Pet Tales: Carnegie's Dogapalooza celebrates and entertains dogs  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

At Dogapalooza, dogs can frolic off-leash in the Carnegie Dog Park, swim in kiddie pools, compete in costume contests and more.



Spring recital season takes center stage in Bridgeville  Tribune-Review

Some people hear music and their feet just have to start dancing. This holds true for the local dance studios that will present spring recitals in the coming weeks.



Funeral Arrangements Set For Flash Flood Victim  Patch.com

UPPER ST. CLAIR, PA - Funeral arrangements have been scheduled for Wendy Garland Abbott, the Upper St. Clair woman who died Wednesday during a flash ...



Bill Cowher addresses Carlynton High football team  NFL.com

Former longtime Steelers coach Bill Cowher returned to Carnegie, Pa., for his 40th high school reunion. During that time he addressed Carlynton High's football ...



Carlynton student brings box cutter to school; Some question why she wasn't expelled  WPXI Pittsburgh

Some parents are surprised that a Carlynton High School student who brought a box cutter to school wasn't expelled.



Spaghetti fundraiser nets $15000 for victims of Papa J's fire  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Carnegie Elementary School teacher Julie Lewis watched the news coverage of the March 2 fire that destroyed the Papa J's Ristorante, as well as 12 ...



Montour School District investigates bomb threat  Tribune-Review

Officials cancelled Wednesday evening events at Montour High School as they investigate a bomb threat. A note found Tuesday morning in a girl's restroom ...



NA middle schoolers presenting 'Disney's Lion King, Jr.'  Tribune-Review

The African savannah will come to life with Simba, Rafiki, and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle... and back again ...



Carlynton football aims to take next step  Tribune-Review

The Carlynton football team was finally able to enjoy the taste of victory. After losing 24 straight games, the Cougars ended the streak with a 27-26 win over ...



Carlynton grad and fiance from Morningside plan wedding  Tribune-Review

Congratulations to Sade Moehring and Jake Smith, who announced their engagement. Sade is the daughter of Michele Story Moehring of Carnegie and Harry ...



Photos: Carlynton High School graduation  Tribune-Review

Carlynton High School's Class of 2016 graduated during a ceremony June 10 at Honus Wagner Field in Carnegie. The class valedictorian was Marin Exler and ...



Spring recital season takes stage around Bridgeville, Carnegie areas  Tribune-Review

Some people hear music and their feet just have to start dancing. This holds true for the local dance studios that will present spring recitals in the coming weeks.



Carlynton football turning skeptics into believers after flipping script on 'the streak'  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

These days, random people in the hallways at Carlynton High School say hello to Xavier Teagle and his teammates. “Hey, good game!” he'll hear from a student ...



Chartiers Valley 2016 year in review  Tribune-Review

As 2016 comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the photos that helped to tell the stories of people around the Chartiers Valley this year. For more, visit ...



New features dot landscape for Allegheny County school districts  Tribune-Review

Avonworth A videography class will be offered to high school students in a new videography studio that resulted from the senior project of a recent Avonworth ...



Carlynton band festival revival continues with Sept. 7 event  Tribune-Review

When Todd Obidowski became Carlynton's marching band director, he had no qualms about bringing back the decades-old tradition of the Carlynton Band ...



Town Talk: Couple weds, makes their home in Carnegie  Tribune-Review

Amber Glowark and Ken Millett Jr. were married Oct. 3, at the Polish White Eagles Club in Carnegie. Amber is the daughter of Debbie Glowark of Carnegie, and ...



Cubbage Hill native celebrating 100th birthday  Tribune-Review

Joseph Masciantonio, formerly of Cubbage Hill and now resident of Country Meadows Nursing Center, celebrates his 100th birthday on Friday. Joe was married ...



Youths feeling the beat at Carnegie Boys & Girls Club's recording studio  Tribune-Review

Dreams are being crafted in the Teen Center at the Carnegie Boys andamp; Girls Club. In a corner of the room, Sam Conturo, a professional producer and audio ...



Carnegie native gets Disney wedding  Tribune-Review

Hannah Rose Rossi of Carnegie and Brian Olstein of Pittsburgh's North Side were married on Nov. 11 in Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The marriage took ...



Fort Cherry carries several question marks into 2018  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For Fort Cherry, change is the name of the game in 2018. Head coach Jim Shiel still leads the way for the Rangers. Zachary Vincenti and Josh Holder will be ...



Robotics Club opens new world to Carlynton students  Tribune-Review

When Stephanie Bonifield was in eighth grade, she took a pre-engineering class and built her first VEX robot. 'I thought it was kind of cool,' she said.



New principals at Carlynton put unity in community  Tribune-Review

New Carlynton High School Principal Michael Loughren wore his glitter-covered powderpuff football shirt proudly Monday morning, despite its challenge to his ...



New Carlynton football coach Mauro Monz resigns  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Citing a concern for the safety of his players, Mauro Monz has quit after only three games as football coach at Carlynton High School.



Carlynton grad pursues Hollywood dreams  Tribune-Review

When Robyn Wholey was filling out college applications, film and television was appealing, but she took the 'safer' route and decided to major in engineering at ...



Carlynton girls basketball conteding for section crown  Tribune-Review

Walking off the court after a 45-33 loss to Chartiers Valley last week, Carlynton girls basketball coach Tim Bonner knew his players were angry. 'They think they ...



Ghostly golf course opens in Crafton  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Gauzy ghosts haunt the trees, blowing in the breeze above a miniature golf course festooned with black cats, bats, skeletons, pumpkins, scarecrows and a coffin.



BLOOD SHORTAGE: American Red Cross in need of blood, platelet donations  WPXI Pittsburgh

Amid a “severe blood shortage,” the American Red Cross is urging people to consider donating blood and platelets.



Dance recitals pop up all over region  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

So much to do, so little time to dance. Here is a list of performances by the schools and studios nurturing Pittsburgh's dance talent.



Carlynton swimmer Stengel continues to see improvement  Tribune-Review

Carlynton swimmer Nicole Stengel is hoping for a repeat performance at the WPIAL Class AA championships this season. The senior is entering the final weeks ...



Carlynton Little Cougars sticking with home-grown approach  Tribune-Review

For the second straight season, Carlynton Little Cougars Football andamp; Cheerleading is sticking with home-grown talent. A year after making the move to ...



Carnegie council welcomes new member, appoints Catena as president  Tribune-Review

Leadership of the Carnegie Borough Council changed hands Monday night at the borough's reorganization meeting. Councilman Pat Catena was elected ...



Carlynton girls basketball records second straight 20-win season  Tribune-Review

Carlynton girls basketball coach Tim Bonner was disappointed with how his team's season ended. But he couldn't say the same for the season itself.



Colleges came calling for '62 Charleroi gridders  Tribune-Review

Part 3 of 3 Bill Lee, Jeff Petrucci, George Carlock and Pete Gialames went on to successful football careers at California State College (now California University ...



Carlynton girls basketball has unfinished business  Tribune-Review

Ask the members of the Carlynton girls basketball team and they will tell you they left a lot on the court last season. The Cougars dropped a 63-61 decision to ...



Ukrainian orphan learned customs of her homeland when she came to Carnegie  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

For Eryna Honchar, learning the ancient Ukrainian tradition of pysanky was about more than coloring Easter eggs.



Carlynton girls basketball bouncing back from 3-game skid  Tribune-Review

It was a hot start for the Carlynton girls basketball team as it went 6-0 and outscored opponents by more than 31 points per game. But the Cougars hit a ...



Carlynton fall play highlights students' talents  Tribune-Review

Tonilyn Longo faced a dilemma. The Carlynton English and theater teacher had too many talented actors and actresses to fit into a three-act play with one ...



Resume: Newsmakers you met in 2013 across the West  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Our weekly feature “A Newsmaker You Should Know” highlights achievements by some of the West residents whose accomplishments are noteworthy.



Pet Tales: Yorkie puppy appears in CLO's 'Mary Poppins'  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Taco, a 3-pound Yorkshire terrier, has a big role in the Pittsburgh CLO production of “Mary Poppins.”



Quantum Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theater's programs help kids connect  Tribune-Review

'Out of your seats and onto the stage' might well be the rallying cry for a diverse selection of theater-education programs available to area youngsters.



Obituary: Kaye Cowher / Wife of former Steelers coach dies of skin cancer  Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Kaye Cowher, the wife of former Steelers football coach Bill Cowher, died Friday in her native North Carolina after losing a battle with.



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