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Articles from the December 21, 2010 edition

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 Front Page    December 21, 2010

Last $3,500 needed to close on Mount Washington property to expand Emerald View Park

Allegheny Land Trust (ALT) only needs $3,500 before December 31 to reach its goal to protect the property on the south side of Mount Washington to expand Emerald View Park. “We need every gift large...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

Toy drive at Brashear successful

Ken Wolfe presents Brashear Association Office Manager Marion Schafer with a donation of a child's game at the association's annual house. With record requests for assistance, Brashear and the Food...

 
 Service News    December 21, 2010

Jason C. Gerard

Air National Guard Airman Jason C. Gerard graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

South Side firm wins AMA award

This year's campaign for the Pittsburgh Irish Festival, designed by Ocreations, won the American Marketing Association (AMA) Pittsburgh Chapter Marketer of the Year Award in the Minority and Women...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

Care providers guide available

The Allegheny County Health Department has updated and expanded its directory of local health centers and clinics that serve people with minimal or no health insurance. The directory has been expanded to include an improved listing of dental services...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

LIHEAP crisis centers to open in Jan.

The Pennsylvania Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will open its crisis program centers on January 3, 2011, with a tentative closing date of March 31, 2011. The program may be extended or shortened depending upon the availability of...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

Neighborhood librarys to remain open for now

At its December meeting, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Board of Trustees voted unanimously to keep all Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh branches open, officially repealing the portion of a 2009 Action Plan that would have reduced the number of...

 
 Opinion    December 21, 2010

More to lose in So. Side

We've seen our community lose a lot over the last four years. We've lost a police station and hospital. Recently we even lost a hardware store that had served our community for 75 years. Also, we hear rumors that it won't be too long before we see...

 
 Real Estate    December 21, 2010

Real Estate Transactions for issue of 12-21-10

17th Ward Mark Zambito to Cynthia and Charles Michael Watts at 18 Mt. Oliver St. for $20,000. Rodney McConaha to Three South 14th Street LLC at 3 S. 14th St. for $64,000. Dean Villa to Jeremy Olson at 60 S. 19th St. for $140,000. 18th Ward Michael...

 
 Front Page    December 21, 2010

SSSNA thanks Palmisiano

The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Assoc. honored long-time volunteers at the group's annual holiday party. (Top to bottom) Elvio Viana accepts Joe Balaban's award of custom designed mugs from SSSNA...

 
 By Margaret Smyka    Front Page    December 21, 2010

Planning forum to hear from committee on possible S.S. NID

A look ahead to 2011, and updates on on-going local projects, comprised the final 2010 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum. In 2011 news, the exploratory committee on determining the feasibility of the South Side as a "neighborhood improvement...

 
 News    December 21, 2010

New bingo machine at Carson Towers

State Rep. Harry Readshaw and Sen. Wayne Fontana contributed $800 to purchase a new bingo machine for the residents of Carson Towers Senior High Rise on South Side. Showing their appreciation to the...