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 News    June 21, 2016 

RISE program seeks candidates for construction job-training

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s RISE (Reentry through Industry Specific Education) Project is currently seeking candidates for the program. Now entering its fifth year, the construction job-training program focuses on individuals who need...

 
 News    June 14, 2016

Lauren Shuty is this year's County girls marble champion

The Allegheny County Parks Department has announced the winners of the 2016 County Marbles Tournament, which took place June 2-4 in the Courthouse Courtyard.  In the girls’ division, 12-year-old Lauren Shuty of the South Side Flats was crowned...

 
 News    June 7, 2016

Farmers' Market checks distribution is in area senior centers on June 14

Allegheny County Department of Human Services Area Agency on Aging (AAA) will be administering the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. This program benefits eligible older adults by providing a set of four checks for a total of $20 to purchase...

 
 News    June 7, 2016

County launches trails app for county parks

Allegheny County has launched a new Trails App which will give users information on trails available in the Allegheny County Parks System. Using their mobile devices, residents and visitors alike will be able to discover and navigate park trails...

 
 News    June 7, 2016

Bee Wise program Downtown June 8

The Penn State Extension Allegheny County and the Allegheny County Master Gardeners’ “Bee Wise: Plant Natives” program will, once again, be offered for free at the Allegheny County Courthouse. The free program will be held on Wednesday, June...

 
 News    May 31, 2016

South Side attorney joins ACBA Board of Governors

 The Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) has elected South Side resident Ronald L. Hicks, Jr. to its 2016-2017 Board of Governors and Officers. A partner at Meyer Unkovic & Scott, Mr. Hicks is a civil trial and appellate lawyer who for the past...

 
 News    May 31, 2016

City files application for $50 M Federal transportation initiative

The City of Pittsburgh, with the assistance of dozens of local and national public and private organizations, has filed its application for the Smart City Challenge, a federal initiative that will provide the winning city $50 million to build technol...

 
 Public Safety    May 24, 2016

Mt. Washington man arrested following shooting on S. Side

A Mount Washington man was arrested in South Side following a shooting and foot pursuit early Friday morning. At approximately 2:05 a.m. a police officer working a secondary detail reported shots fired near S. 13th Street and E. Carson Street. He...

 
 Service News    May 24, 2016

Joseph J. Wetzel

U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Joseph J. Wetzel graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    May 17, 2016

Gas line work coming to Slopes

The May 10 general meeting of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) featured details of the upcoming pipeline replacement project in the Slopes by Peoples Natural Gas. The targeted areas are: Stella St.; Barry St.; top of Mission...

 
 News    May 17, 2016

This year's Spring Redd Up removes 500 tons of litter

Reports from communities for area Redd Ups in March, April and May indicate spring cleanups attracted 22,500 to 25,000 volunteers who removed 450 to 500 tons of litter. An estimated 450 to 500 communities in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and beyond...

 
 Public Safety    May 17, 2016

Zone 3 community crime alerts

The following are the Part I crimes for the week of: May 9, 2016 thru May 16, 2016. Duquesne Heights (1911) Mt. Washington (1903, 1914, 1915, 1807) Theft from Vehicle – 800 blk. Southern Ave. – between 5/11 at 9:00 PM and 5/12 at 6:32 AM –...

 
 By Austin Vaught    Front Page    May 10, 2016

Blockwatch learns process for reporting child abuse, neglect

A presentation from Allegheny County Children, Youth and Families (CYF) in conjunction with a monthly crime report was the focus of this month’s Carrick / Overbrook Crime watch meeting in the Concord K5 auditorium. Following several reports of...

 
 News    May 10, 2016  
 News    May 10, 2016

PA Resources Council will conduct composting, rain barrel workshops

 The Pennsylvania Resources Council has announced its Spring 2016 schedule of workshops to take place in May and June at several locations in Allegheny County. Backyard Composting Workshops will take place on: Saturday, May 14, from 10:30 a.m. –...

 
 News    May 10, 2016

Outdoor exercise stations installed

Ten outdoor exercise stations have been, or are being installed, at eight of Allegheny County’s parks as part of the county’s continuing effort to help residents through its Live Well Allegheny campaign. The stations, located adjacent to major...

 
 News    May 3, 2016

Albert J. Suess, Jr. named Fraternal Societies' Fraternalist of the Year

The Fraternal Societies of Greater Pittsburgh (FSGP) has named Albert J. Suess Jr., director of sales and marketing for the Slovak Catholic Sokol, as the Fraternalist of the Year. The FSGP is...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    April 26, 2016

Police warn residents about targeted scams, crimes of deception

An April 20 city-wide public safety zone council meeting in the Teamsters Hall in Lawrenceville drew more than 150 residents, public safety personnel, and city/state officials.  The event’s theme was “Keeping Our Neighborhood Treasures Safe.”...

 
 News    April 26, 2016

PA Resources Council to resume collecting TVs

A policy clarification by the PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) allows the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) to resume collecting televisions at its five remaining hard-to-recycle events in 2016. “The good news is that residents ca...

 
 News    April 26, 2016

'Summer of Learn and Earn' to employ 2,000 youths for second year

Pittsburgh and Allegheny County youths seeking summer jobs may apply for the region’s second “Summer of Learn and Earn” program. Allegheny County, the City of Pittsburgh and the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board (3RWIB) have joined...

 
 News    April 26, 2016

PUC initiates safety investigation of 9th Street rail crossing in South Side

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has ordered an investigation into all safety-related issues involving a crossing in the City of Pittsburgh where 9th Street crosses two mainline tracks of CSX Transportation Inc. The Commission voted...

 
 Public Safety    April 26, 2016

Zone 3 community crime alerts

The following are the Part I crimes for the week of: April 18, 2016 thru April 24, 2016. Duquesne Heights (1911) Mt. Washington (1903, 1914, 1915, 1807) Burglary – 400 blk. Griffin St. – 4/21 between 12:00 AM and 7:15 AM – The victim states...

 
 Government    April 12, 2016

Upcoming City of Pittsburgh Zoning Board hearings

Pittsburgh’s Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled the following public hearings of interest to South Pittsburgh residents in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone case 89/16 on...

 
 Public Safety    April 12, 2016

Two men arrested fleeing police after S.S. burglary

Zone 3 Officers were dispatched to Wharton Court in the South Side Flats for a home burglary at 3:30 a.m. April 8. The 36-year-victim called 911 to report he was home when heard noise in his garage and saw his white Chevy Camero being driven out of...

 
 News    April 12, 2016

Columbia Gas to replace pipe on Leticoe Street

Starting this spring, Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania, Inc. will upgrade more than 2,360 feet of underground steel pipe to state-of-the-art plastic pipe on Leticoe Street in the South Side Slopes. “As construction and digging season begin, we remind...

 

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