Articles from the December 26, 2012 edition

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RHI talks about night life management plan

The summation of months of conservations and meetings concerning Pittsburgh’s night life was presented in City Council Chambers when Councilman Bruce Kraus hosted a post agenda hearing with...

 

Support strong for Sociable City Plan

Representatives from various city departments, along with those from the URA and night time economy businesses attended the post agenda hearing to release details of the Responsible Hospitality Institute’s Pittsburgh Sociable City Plan. After...

 

No tax increase for boro

The adoption of a 2013 budget with no tax increase headlined the Dec. 17 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Councilmen George Farneth, Pat Malloy and John Smith, Sr. were absent. In the mayor’s report which began the meeting, Mayor James Cassidy said...

 

Real estate transactions for issue of 12/26/12

16th Ward Jon Blanchette to Shelley Stewart at 2341 Sidney St. for $269,000. 17th Ward Gregory Barr to Thomas and Nicole Chechak at 1926 St. Paul St. for $30,000. 19th Ward Mariah Scalise to Paolo Agostinelli at 115 Merrimac St. for $122,000. Longs...

 

Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 3, at 10:30 a.m. in Magisterial District Judge Richard King’s Courtroom: • Thomas Pasternak, 318 Bausman Street, 30th Ward, Code 302.8. • Clarence and Theda Jane Russel, 320...

 

Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar kicks off 2013 for City Theatre

City Theatre begins the New Year with Seminar, a sharp, Broadway comedy about power, sex, and art by Theresa Rebeck. Directed by Tracy Brigden, Seminar runs on City Theatre’s Mainstage from January 19 to February 10, 2013, with an Opening Night...

 

South Sider wins award

 James Doring, a web and communications specialist in Duquesne University’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business, placed second in the 2012 James E. Beckley Student Writing Competition for his article Not Much to “Like” About the Facebook IPO:...

 

Downtown streets closed First Night

The City of Pittsburgh is planning to close a number of streets in Downtown to accommodate crowds during First Night activities. All requested Street Closings listed will begin at 10 a.m., Monday, Dec. 31 and reopen at 1 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013...

 

Memorial service

Santa Maria Magdalena is welcoming all faith based neighbors to a memorial service at 7 p.m. on Dec. 28, The Feast of the Holy Innocents, for the children caught in the school shooting in Connecticut. Monsignor Cianca welcomes all clergy to...

 

Food protection certification courses

The Allegheny County Health Department has released its winter schedule of food protection certification courses for food industry workers. The two-day course will be offered on February 2 and 12 at Oakmont Country Club in Plum and March 4 and 11 at...

 

Alley Up for Animals on Jan. 27

Do they make bowling shoes for dogs? Can cats keep score? And will a bunny ever pick up a 7-10 split? Join host Cris Winter from WISH 99.7 and some four-legged friends at Legacy Lanes in the South Hills for an afternoon of bowling on Sunday, Jan. 27...

 

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