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Help prepare kids this school year by hosting a drive, delivering supplies or making a monetary donation

South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) is looking for donations to help provide kids in the South Hills with the school supplies they need to have a safe and successful school year. Thanks to a donation from Centimark Corporation, SHIM will distribute more than 1,100 new backpacks to local students – but will need help filling the backpacks with back-to-school necessities. Read more...

A nationwide eviction moratorium — enacted in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic — is scheduled to expire July 31. Experts are concerned that a “tidal wave” of evictions could begin this summer as landlords seek to remove tenants who cannot afford rent.


Peters Creek Historical Society welcomes Mr. Clay Kilgore, President of the Washington County Historical Society and Mr. Brian Cunning as guest speakers, Monday, August 23, at 7:30pm, Wrights United Methodist Church, 788 Venetia Road, Venetia, Pa. The program will focus on the Federal Militia and the Whiskey Rebellion, a subject of local history as reflected in early meetings held by local farmers with Albert Gallatin at Whiskey Point in Parkinson Ferry (Monongahela, Pa) and Mingo Meeting House in Finleyville, whose graveyard is the resting place of notable men of the times: Major James McFarland, John Holcroft (proported to be ‘Tom the Tinker’), Benjamin Parkinson and David Hamilton.


For the second consecutive year, Mon Valley Initiative (MVI) is encouraging residents of Mon Valley communities to nominate their neighbors for a “Community Partner Award.”

Since 1990, the awards have been presented by MVI at its annual dinner in October. Last year’s dinner was held as a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Grant Cole, community outreach specialist. This year’s event will be held as a hybrid event — partially in-person and partially online — on Oct. 21, 2021, Cole said.

Community partner awards are particularly being sought from Belle Vernon, Charleroi, Clairton, Donora, Dravosburg, Duquesne, East McKeesport, Elizabeth, Finleyville, Glassport, Homestead, McKeesport, Monongahela, Munhall, New Eagle, North Versailles Township, Rankin, Rostraver Township, Union Township, West Elizabeth, West Homestead and West Mifflin, but any resident of a community that neighbors the Monongahela River may be nominated. Read more...

The Monongahela Area Chamber of Commerce recently awarded Rebecca Grandinette with their annual Scholarship Award.  Rebecca is the daughter of Matthew and Tracy Grandinette of Monongahela. Funds raised at the annual Golf Outing help fund the Scholarship.  Pictured above (L to R):  Karen Langol, Noel’s Primitive’s, Rebecca Grandinette, Dr. Randall Rodriguez, D.M.D., President of MACC and Michelle DeHosse, Vice President, MACC.





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