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Articles from the November 1, 2005 edition

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 Government    November 1, 2005

Two hearings of local interest this week at Pgh. Zoning Board

Pittsburgh's Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled two public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents for Thursday, Nov. 3 in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone case 211/05...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Holiday bazaar

Walton United Methodist Church will be holding a Pre-Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Those who sell Tupperware, Home Interiors or other merchandise and would like to participate in the bazaar should contact Susan at...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Mercy nursing school hosting series of open houses Uptown

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing will host a series of Saturday open houses this fall in the sister Margaret Mary Laitta Auditorium, fourth floor, Building B (Ermire Building), 1400 Locust Street, Uptown. The dates are: November 5, December 3,...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Area businesses help Slidell, LA to rebuild

When Greg Incardona of Eagle Mortgage, and Lori Maffeo of Prudential Preferred Realty get together, the talk is usually about home ownership. But at one early morning breakfast meeting, the subject turned to the Gulf Coast families who lost their...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Area employers win ‘Power of Work Awards'

Goodwill Industries of Pittsburgh has announced the winners of its 2005 Power of Work Awards, an annual program honoring area employers that help people with special needs overcome barriers to employment. They are: • Direct Advantage Marketing, a...

 
 Entertainment    November 1, 2005

Veronica's Veil Players make a little ‘Coffeehouse Magik'

The Veronica's Veil Players will present the Comedic Drama, “Coffeehouse Magik” by Coni Ciongoli Koepfinger on November 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13 in the Veronica's Veil Auditorium, 44 Pius Street, South Side Slopes. When the story opens, Professor...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Brookline rec center offers programs

Brookline Memorial Recreation Center has programs for the community such as martial arts for children 6-11 years old on Tuesday and Thursday. There is yoga for adults beginning December 6 and a men's basketball league begins November 8. Youth sports...

 
 Entertainment    November 1, 2005

Music series begins at monastery

 St. Paul of the Cross Monastery will present Music at the Monastery this fall. With events varying from concerts to recitals, there are enough choices to interest everyone. This week St. Paul's Monastery will begin an organ recital series, in...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Woodstove changeout program has free/discounted woodburners

The Great American Woodstove Changeout has been extended an additional week and will continue until November 3. The campaign, which was launched September 29, urges people to replace old, polluting woodstoves or fireplace inserts with...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

LIHEAP applications available

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will begin accepting applications on November 7. LIHEAP provides the following types of assistance: • Cash grants; • Crisis grants for families dealing with broken heating equipment, leaking...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Duquesne Light has energy assistance for qualified

To assist low-income households with their utility bills, Duquesne Light has a number of programs in place to keep them connected to a safe, reliable source of electricity at stable rates as the cold weather arrives. Duquesne Light's Customer...

 
 Meetings    November 1, 2005

Zone 3 Public safety council will meet on November 16 in Banksville Park

The next meeting of Zone 3's Public Safety Council will be Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose building of Banksville Park on Crane Avenue. Nominations for officers will be accepted and details of the upcoming Christmas gathering for...

 
 Meetings    November 1, 2005

Upper Knoxville Block Watch will meet at Knoxville School

Neighborhood needs and concerns will be discussed at the Upper Knoxville Block Watch on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Knoxville Middle School, 200 Charles Street. Enter the school from Grimes Avenue at the parking lot side of the...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Craft show

The Knoxville Christian Church will sponsor a Craft Show on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be baked goods for sale, along with a soup and pie sale. Crafters are needed for the event and tables are $10 each. For more information...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Swiss steak on Spencer's menu

The Spencer United Methodist Church will sponsor a Swiss Steak Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults, $3 for children under 12. Reservations are required; call 412-881-4000. There will also be a Fall Bazaar and Country...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Pasta dinner at Concord

The Concord Presbyterian Church will sponsor a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 4-7 p.m. The meal includes spaghetti with meat sauce, salad, roll and butter, beverage and dessert. The cost is $6 for adults and $2 for children 10 and under....

 
 News    November 1, 2005

House adopts Wheatley resolution

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives last week adopted a resolution introduced by state Rep. Jake Wheatley Jr., D-Pittsburgh, honoring the life and accomplishments of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson, a Pittsburgh native. The...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Blood drive at St. John Vianney

Saint John Vianney parish will sponsor a Blood Drive on Monday, Nov. 7 from 1-7 p.m. in Schramm Hall. To donate call the Parish Center at 412-381-8300....

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Potluck dinner at Trinity Lutheran

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church welcomes the community to an Around the World Potluck Dinner, for a meal of good food and fellowship on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. at the church hall, 601 Brownsville Road. Call 412-381-9215 for more...

 
 News    November 1, 2005

Story time continues at Carrick branch library

The Carrick Library offers story times for children of all ages. Develop a child's early literacy skills and make new friends through stories, songs and other activities. Toddler story time is for children 18 months to three-years-old and a parent...

 

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