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Articles from the November 29, 2011 edition

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 News    November 29, 2011

Parent and community workshops in January

There will be a series of free parent and community workshops at Pittsburgh Carrick High School.All workshops are offered from 5 – 7 p.m. at Pittsburgh Carrick High School. RSVP by mailing to Amberleigh Miller at 125 Parkfield Street Pittsburgh,...

 
 News    November 29, 2011

What Would Jesus Buy will be screened Sat. at Hot Metal Faith

The film What Would Jesus Buy? will be screened this Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community.   The film, produced by Morgan Spurlock (Super-Size Me!, 30 Days), follows performance artist Reverend Billy and the Church of...

 
 Entertainment    November 29, 2011

Harmony Singers to present holiday concert

The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh will present a holiday concert, "Sing Gloria," under the direction of Cynthia G. Pratt on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 pm at the Brightwood Christian Church, 5044 West...

 
 News    November 29, 2011

Boro ambulance service sign-ups

The Mount Oliver Ambulance Service is now recruiting. The service for Mount Oliver residents covers all related household members and visitors in the members' homes. The service doesn't limit the number of call the members can use. There is...

 
 Kids    November 29, 2011

Lunch with Santa for kids at Warrington Recreation Center

Santa is coming to the Warrington Recreation Center for lunch on Saturday, Dec. 10, from noon to 2 p.m. Children, up to age 10, are invited to have lunch, make an ornament and have a photo taken with Santa. All for free. All children must be...

 
 Government    November 29, 2011

Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 1, at 10:00 a.m. in District Magisterial Judge Eugene Ricciardi's Courtroom: • Bruce Lecky, 2422 Spring Street, 16th Ward, Continued Code 302.4 • Kathleen and Kyrie Hussak, 133 Pi...

 
 Opinion    November 29, 2011

Hold accountable those who have benefitted most in S.S.

In regards to recent articles on the NID in South Side: I'd like to commend business owners, like Mr. Kramer, that have begun to acknowledge their responsibility for the current situation South Side is in. Contrary, however, to Mr. Kramer's letter...

 
 Government    November 29, 2011

Historic review hearings

The Historic Review Commission of Pittsburgh has scheduled the following hearings in the East Carson Street Historic District for 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7, following Internal Business beginning at 12:30 p.m. 1611 East Carson Street, 17th Street...

 
 Real Estate    November 29, 2011

Real Estate Transactions for issue of 11-29-11

16th Ward Peter Halpin to Tarik and Andrea Metti at 120 Cologne St. for $21,000. Susan Peoples to John Conner LLC at 2326 Primrose St. for $40,000. 17th Ward Estate of Robert Donald Muse to Alfredo Shaheen at 147 19th St. S and Harcum Way for...

 
 Front Page    November 29, 2011

Holiday Open House celebrated at the Brashear Association

Neighbors and friends of the Brashear Association are welcome to come and celebrate the season at Brashear's Holiday Open House. The annual event will take place Wednesday, Dec. 14, from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Brashear Center, 2005 Sarah Street....

 
 News    November 29, 2011

Holiday Book Fair at History Center

The Senator John Heinz History Center will help kick off the holiday season with its 10th Annual Holiday Book Fair on Sat., Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Visitors will have the chance to purchase signed copies of books and mingle with more...

 
 Front Page    November 29, 2011

City ‘Snow Angels' will help seniors this winter

The last of seven announced ServePGH initiatives called "Snow Angels" has been launched by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl. Through the volunteerism campaign more than 1,000 citizens have helped revitalize city blocks, restore vulnerable resident's homes,...

 
 By Margaret Smyka    Front Page    November 29, 2011

Boro considers attaching rent payments of landlords, reduce number of planning commission members

Animal cruelty, a so-called "three-quarters house," and a proposed ordinance reducing the number of planning commission members were among the topics at the Nov. 21 Mount Oliver council meeting. All seven council members were in attendance. In the...