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Rep. Wheatley offering pool tags for residents

A limited number of pool passes for children in the 19th Legislative District whose parents are on public assistance are available at State Rep. Jake Wheatley's office. I've purchased these pool tags as a response to the community's need,...

 

Diabetes support group meeting

The next meeting of the Mercy Diabetes Program support group will be Tuesday, Aug. 9 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the first floor conference room at the Mercy Health Center, 1515 Locust Street, Uptown. The presentation will be “Medications and...

 

Bible school in Mount Oliver

Pittsburgh Christian Fellowship in Mount Oliver will hold Vacation Bible School for children ages three to those in fifth grade on August 1-5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Kids will get play games, make crafts, enjoy puppet shows and more during the Vacation...

 

COTRAIC now accepting applications for school year

The Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center, Head Start Program, is accepting applications for the 2005-06 school year. Families who meet income guidelines and have children ages three through five years of age are eligible. COTRAIC Head...

 

Knoxville concerned about crime, missing police

Knoxville residents, fed up with the crime in their neighborhood and the perceived lack of police presence and accountability, voiced their complaints at the July meeting of the 30th Ward Knoxville Block Watch. The neighbors vented their...

 

Help needed at Hilltop MOW

Hilltop Meals on Wheels is in desperate need of help to continue its program of aiding the frail, elderly homebound residents. They need help with delivery of meals in the Beltzhoover, Allentown, Mt. Washington and Duquesne Heights, especially the...

 

Pius change welcome to visitor

I was just visiting from Las Vegas and wanted to visit friends on Mission Street and Pius Street. The ease of driving one way and not having to squeeze through and availability of adequate parking space made the visit easier to visit friends and...

 

Lt. Governor was an uninvited guest

My brother SSGT. Joe Goodrich died bravely and courageously in Iraq on July 10, 2005 serving his country and the freedom of America…Joe was very loved and touched the lives of everyone he met. The line at the funeral home was overwhelming with...

 

Legislature sticking it to their constituents

This is a day of shame and disgrace for Pennsylvanians who cling to the quaint, but demonstrably-mistaken notion that government will be of the people, by the people and for the people. Drunk with power and possessing a wildly exaggerated perspective...

 

Boro to step up efforts to collect delinquent taxes

Mount Oliver Borough officials are preparing to collect almost $170,000 in delinquent real estate taxes due the borough from property owners. As of July 15, the borough had collected $705,454, approximately 78 percent of what is owed. There was...

 

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