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Articles from the October 14, 2003 edition

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 Entertainment    October 14, 2003

Black Sheep Puppet Festival opens in the Brew House

The Black Sheep Puppet Festival, now in its fifth year, returns to the Brew House for a fall performance running through October 26. Nationally renowned puppeteers and performers, as well as a variety of regional and local artists, will string up an...

 News    October 14, 2003

Health Dept. to offer flu shots October 20

The Allegheny County Health Department will open its influenza vaccination clinic at 3441 Forbes Avenue, Oakland, on Monday, Oct. 20. The clinic offers flu vaccine throughout the fall and winter on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to...

 News    October 14, 2003

Area student attends classes at Governor's School for the Arts

Katie Boyle, a Junior at Carrick High School, recently attended Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pa as a dance student at the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts. Katie received a scholarship for the prestigious five-week program held this summer...

 News    October 14, 2003

Dr. Rudiak to be honored on October 25 with dinner

Parents and teachers at Phillips Elementary School are planning a dinner to honor Dr. Barbara Rudiak a recipient of the 2003 National Distinguished Principal Award. The dinner is planned for Saturday, Oct. 25 from 5-10 p.m. at the Sokol Club Hall,...

 Opinion    October 14, 2003

We can make a difference with Cystic Fibrosis

On behalf of the tens of thousands of Americans with cystic fibrosis (CF), including many in the Pittsburgh area, I would like to take this opportunity to tell your readers about this life-threatening, genetic disease.  I am pleased that the U.S....

 By David Assad    Front Page    October 14, 2003

Community residents unhappy with new nondisclosure police policy

Zone 3 Crime Prevention Officer Dan McQuillan informed the audience at the Arlington Civic Council Block Watch meeting on October 6 that he is no longer authorized to release monthly crime reports on a street-by-street basis. The new, more stringent...

 By Jason Greiner    Front Page    October 14, 2003

Mount Oliver police upgrade their equipment, training to combat crime

Over the course of the last few years, the Mount Oliver Police Department has upgraded their facilities, equipment and capabilities to decrease the crime rates in the area. Combating crime in the borough had become increasingly difficult. And, with t...

 By David Assad    Front Page    October 14, 2003

New housing slated to begin in Arlington

Plans are moving along to build new homes in the Arlington neighborhood at two locations, according to Kevin Hanley of the South Side Local Development Company. Hanley addressed a large group of residents during the monthly Arlington Civic Council me...