South Pittsburgh Reporter - Serving South Pittsburgh Since 1939

 

Articles from the September 9, 2003 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 10 of 10

 News    September 9, 2003

Two hearings of local interest at Pittsburgh Zoning Board

Pittsburgh's Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled two public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents for Thursday, Sept. 11 in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone case...

 
 News    September 9, 2003

Recycle your old appliances in So. Side

The Pennsylvania Resources Council, Construction Junction and Appliance Warehouse are hosting a recycling collection for old and unwanted appliances on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public can drop off specific appliances at two...

 
 News    September 9, 2003

Pittsburgh firefighters help ‘Fill-the-Boot'

The City of Pittsburgh International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local #1 will aid the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Friday, Sept. 12 by participating in the annual Fill-the-Boot campaign. Fire fighters will be collecting donations on...

 
 News    September 9, 2003

Children's programs at Carrick library

The Carrick branch of Carnegie Library offers two story time sessions on Thursdays from Sept. 18-Oct. 23. Registration is suggested. Toddler Story Time will be at 11:15 a.m. for children from 18 months to three years accompanied by a parent....

 
 By Jason Greiner    Front Page    September 9, 2003

Earlier youth curfew in effect for school year

With students now back in class, the city of Pittsburgh is once again enforcing curfew regulations pertaining to the months when school is in session. Those 16 years of age or younger must be off the streets no later than 10 p.m. Sundays through...

 
 By Margaret Smyka    Front Page    September 9, 2003

Police assignments, city budget crisis discussed at 29th Ward block watch

Public safety was the topic of last week's 29th Ward Carrick Block Watch meeting, with a discussion of the city's public safety layoffs followed by a presentation on homeland security and terrorism. Guests included district justices Ann Scharding...

 
 By David Assad    Front Page    September 9, 2003

Youth hostel to close by end of September

After six difficult years, the International Youth Hostel at the corner of Warrington and Arlington avenues in Allentown is shutting its doors September 28. That announcement came recently from Tom Hardy, president of the hostel's board of...

 
 Front Page    September 9, 2003

Police protest in Mount Oliver

Renee Wilson, organizer of People Against Police Violence (PAPV), speaks to a crowd of 125 people outside of the Mount Oliver Borough Building last Saturday. PAPV along with the Rosenberg Institute...

 
 News    September 9, 2003

Dragon Boat Festival opens on the South Side

City of Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy "dots the eye" to begin the 2003 Dragon Boat races. The ceremony officially opens the Dragon Boat races....

 
 Entertainment    September 9, 2003

A is for Aperture opens this week at Silver Eye

An opening reception for A is for Aperture: Photographs by Regional Educators will be Friday, Sept. 5 from 6-8 p.m. at Silver Eye Center for Photography, 1015 E. Carson Street, South Side. A is for Aperture is an exhibit of photographs by Karen...