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 News    April 15, 2014 

Lifeguards needed to fill postitions at county parks

The Allegheny County Parks Department is seeking qualified applicants, ages 16 and older, to fill lifeguard positions at Boyce, North, Settlers Cabin, and South parks for the 2014 swimming season, which begins May 31. Interested individuals must...

 
 News    April 15, 2014 

Molchany meets with President Obama on jobs, pay equity

Rep. Erin Molchany, D-Allegheny, met privately with President Barack Obama at the White House last week to discuss pay equity, as well as issues and opportunities in South Pittsburgh. "I was deeply...

 
 News    April 8, 2014

Spring Redd Up expects 300 communities and 15,000 volunteers

This spring’s area-wide Redd Up (March, April and May) is on a pace to attract more than 300 Pittsburgh neighborhoods, groups and communities in the counties of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland. Citizens Against Litter, one of...

 
 News    April 8, 2014

Expect delays on Route 51 in Overbrook

Southbound lane restrictions on Saw Mill Run Boulevard (Route 51) in the City of Pittsburgh and Whitehall Borough, Allegheny County, began on Monday, April 7, weather permitting. Single lane closures will occur as needed on southbound Route 51 Monday...

 
 News    April 8, 2014

Bounty offered for woodburners

Following the success of its first “bounty” program last year, the Health Department is again offering County residents a chance to dispose of old woodstoves and outdoor wood-fired boilers that do not meet current national emission standards in...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    April 1, 2014

EDS is making its mark in South Pittsburgh communities

Economic Development South (EDS) is making its mark on six South Hills municipalities and three South Pittsburgh neighborhoods. Speaking before members of the Carrick Business Association, Greg Jones, executive director of EDS, explained the...

 
 School News    April 1, 2014

High school students invited to enter creative writing contest

Creative teens with a passion for writing can express themselves through Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s 2014 Ralph Munn Creative Writing Contest. Open to all high school students (grades 9 through 12) in Allegheny County, the contest is an...

 
 Kids    April 1, 2014

Camp Cadet accepting applications

The Allegheny County Camp Cadet program is accepting applications now through April 15 for its July 2014 program. Any boy or girl who residents in Allegheny County who is between the age of 12 and 14 in good physical condition can apply. Now in its...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    March 25, 2014

New trash hauler for borough working out the kinks

Garbage collection and payment, a new regional police task force, and a pending full-time borough hire were among the issues addressed at the March 17 meeting of Mount Oliver council. Mayor James...

 
 News    March 25, 2014

Peduto appoints Molchany to Southwestern PA Commission

State Rep. Erin Molchany, D-Allegheny, was appointed by Mayor William Peduto to serve on the board of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission. “I am honored to be appointed to the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission because I understand how...

 
 News    March 18, 2014

Hard to recycle events scheduled

On Saturday, April 5, the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will host the first of four 2014 “hard-to-recycle” collection events to enable individuals to drop off e-waste such as computers and televisions, cell phones, printer/toner...

 
 News    March 11, 2014

51 Carrick adds a trip

The 51 Carrick will have its schedule changed as one of nearly 30 bus routes the Port Authority will adjust effective Sunday, March 16. Trip frequency on the 51 Carrick on weekdays between 7:20 a.m. and 8 a.m. will be increased from every 10 minutes...

 
 News    March 11, 2014

Health Dept. offers funds for home energy upgrades

The Allegheny County Health Department, in a partnership with Growth Through Energy and Community Health (GTECH) Strategies, is offering homeowners an opportunity to receive funds for investing in whole-home energy upgrades that reduce energy...

 
 Health    March 4, 2014

Special need registry launched to assist responders

Allegheny County has launched an online Special Needs Registry that allows residents with physical, mental health or intellectual disabilities to provide information to the Department of Emergency Services. The voluntary information may then be...

 
 Health    March 4, 2014

Health Dept. schedules food safety certification

The Allegheny County Health Department has scheduled the next food protection certification courses for food industry workers. The two-day course will be offered March 14 and 21 at Allegheny General Hospital on the North Side; April 7 and 14 at UPMC...

 
 Front Page    February 25, 2014

Mt. Oliver collects on past taxes, swears in three full time officers

Snow and the salt to clear it was a primary topic at the Feb. 17 meeting of Mount Oliver council. Councilman Nick Viglione was absent. The evening began with Mayor James Cassidy swearing in new full-time police officers Adam J. Candioto, Patrick J....

 
 News    February 25, 2014

Route 51 to experience lane closures this week in Overbrook, Whitehall

Lane closures on northbound Saw Mill Run Boulevard (Route 51) in the City of Pittsburgh and Whitehall Borough, Allegheny County, were set to begin Monday, Feb. 24, weather permitting. The right hand lane on northbound Route 51 will be closed as...

 
 Government    February 25, 2014

BOROUGH OF MT. OLIVER ORDINANCE # 939

The following ordinance will be considered for adoption at a Regular Meeting of the Council of Mt. Oliver Borough on March 17, 2014 at 7:30pm. BOROUGH OF MT. OLIVER ORDINANCE # 939 AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF MT. OLIVER, COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY,...

 
 News    February 25, 2014

Project Prom, Gentlemen are set to begin in March

The Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS) annual Project Prom giveaway of prom attire to eligible high school students begins on Saturday, March 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Project Prom Shop in Century III Mall, West Mifflin. The...

 
 Front Page    February 18, 2014

Baby Marcus remembered at rally

The Mount Oliver clock tower served as the backdrop for a Justice for Baby Marcus Rally last Saturday afternoon. Marcus White Jr. was only 15 months old when he was shot and killed while attending a...

 
 Meetings    February 18, 2014

Rich Fitzgerald speaker at tonight's Slopes meeting

South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association will have a General Meeting tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery Retreat Center, 148 Monastery Avenue. The agenda will include: Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Ashley...

 
 Front Page    February 11, 2014

EDS adds three more communities

The municipalities of Jefferson Hills and Pleasant Hills, and the city neighborhood of Brookline have joined as new members of Economic Development South (EDS), a community development corporation. These three neighborhoods will join the current...

 
 Health    February 11, 2014

Study aims to improve services for county youth

The Allegheny County Health Department, in partnership with several other community organizations, is sponsoring the Healthy Allegheny Teen Survey (HATS), a countywide research study of adolescents 14 to 19 years of age. The voluntary survey started...

 
 News    February 11, 2014

PA 2-1-1 Southwest achieves milestones

PA 2-1-1 Southwest, the free human services helpline powered by United Way, is now fully operational and professionally staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Mercer,...

 

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