Vince Riehl of Allison Park earned Boy Scouting’s highest rank when he successfully completed his Eagle Scout Board of Review on November 6, 2019. The son of Kara and Bob Riehl, Vince lead a team of youth and adult volunteers in constructing two bog bridges at Glade Run Conservancy. The bog bridges were designed to […]
The Hampton Township School District recognized and honored veterans at the 20th annual Hampton Heroes event on Tuesday, Nov. 12. The event was hosted by the three Hampton elementary schools and held at Hampton Middle School. The Hampton Heroes program has been an ongoing effort by the Hampton Township School District to recognize and honor veterans. […]
Hampton Council members said they’re bound by law to approve the small non-tower wireless communication structure by applicant Crown Castle, which they did 5-0 at a special meeting held Nov. 6 at the community center.
Blessed Trinity Academy welcomed Linda Fischer and Jeanne Bittner back for a second year of reading enrichment. The two retired teachers visit BTA once a month and meet with the kindergarten through fifth grade classes to enhance the language arts program. This year they are focusing on examining different story characters for the kindergarten through third grade students and exploring a variety of genres with the fourth and fifth graders.
A public hearing on the installation of a new utility pole with a small non-tower wireless communication structure lasted for almost three hours Oct. 23, with Hampton Township Council tabling the vote until the Nov. 6 special meeting.
Hartwood Acres hosted its fourth annual Punkin’ Chunkin’ event. The event included a plethora of pumpkin events, including pumpkin carving and decorating, ax throwing, crafts, games, food and beverages, as well as the always popular pumpkin launching. SHARP Robotics from the Sarah Heinz House helped prepare a traditional catapult to see who could launch a pumpkin the furthest.