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Articles from the June 22, 2004 edition

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 Real Estate    June 22, 2004

Real Estate Transactions For Week of 6/22/04

16th Ward Pittsburgh Residential Rentals Inc. to Jeffrey Sassano at 2628 Edwards Way for $128,000. Raymond Brennan to Joel and Norma Hamm at 29 Eleanor St. for $27,000. Theresa Farrell et al. to Shirley and Deborah Grimm at 2814 Larkins Way for...

 
 By David Assad    Obituaries    June 22, 2004

Bill Holzer, former Mt. Oliver councilman

Bill Holzer left Mount Oliver council almost 10 years ago, but the life-long borough resident remained active in the community until his death June 9. Holzer, 82, passed away suddenly while on a trip to a race track/casino in Wheeling, W.Va. with...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Scranton grad

Mount Washington resident Shannon Lewis graduated in May from the University of Scranton, earning a BA in Communications....

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Local students graduate from PSU

Among the 9,000 students graduating from all the campuses of Penn State University were four from the South Pittsburgh area. Graduating from the University Park campus were: Brian J. Anderson, MBA Business; Lisa M. McComb, BS Secondary Education;...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

IUP graduates So. Pgh. students

Seven South Pittsburgh residents graduated in May from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. They are: Richard B. Eiszler, BSED in Elementary Education/CCAC; Karen L. Hamel, BSED in Music Education; Cory R. Herschk, BSED in Elementary Education/CCAC....

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Area students honored on Dean's List

South Pittsburgh area students were among the 16,000 students earning Dean's List honors at Penn State University. Area students included: Rebecca L. Roell, Candice M. Dusch, Julie C. Fischer, Lisa M. Mc Comb, Jaimie L. Stein, and Brian D....

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Victoria Moule in Fulbright program

This June, Victoria Moule will depart for Tokyo, Japan as a participant in the Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program. Moule, who teaches at Colfax Elementary School and resides in Beltzhoover, was...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Stadelmans celebrate 50th

Roland “Red” and Mary Lou Stadelman of Arlington renewed their marriage vows during their 50th wedding anniversary on June 19 at the St. Henry Church. Red and Mary Lou were married at St. Adalbert...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Carrick Community Athletic Association's Celebration Day

The annual Carrick Community Athletic Association “Celebration Day” was a big success this year. Held on Saturday June 12, ballgames began at 9 a.m. and concluded at 11:15 p.m. with the nine year old all star game won by the “American...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Brashear to host programs at two Citipark facilities

The Brashear Association will operate two Citiparks facilities Monday through Friday through August 27 to provide services to area children and youths. Ormsby Recreation Center will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Lunch will be served to area...

 
 News    June 22, 2004

Volunteer opportunities abound at UPMC So. Side

Now that the cold weather is over, it could be time to think about volunteering at UPMC South Side. The hospital offers free lunches, parking and educational workshops. As part of the Volunteer Services Department, volunteers play an important role...

 
 By Margaret Smyka    Front Page    June 22, 2004

Absentee landlords have homeowners fuming

The topics ranged from absentee landlords to the Act 47 plan to city steps at last week's 16th Ward Block Watch meeting in Arlington. Guests included District Justice Eileen Conroy, city administrative assistant Bill Fry and Barbara Zirngibl,...

 
 By David Assad    Front Page    June 22, 2004

Crime rate remains stable in police Zone 3 since merger

The venue for the City Public Safety meeting was changed, but may of the problems remain the same. Police Station Zone 3 West and South public safety councils hosted the citywide meeting June 16 at the Banksville Elementary School. The meeting was...

 
 Front Page    June 22, 2004

New mural on 18th Street

Rick Bach, center on ladder, works on his design for the mural on 18th Street. Bach, a multigenerational South Sider chose a design that incorporates past and present elements of the neighborhood....