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 Real Estate    February 3, 2015

Real estate transactions for issue of 02-03-15

16th Ward Stephanie Defeo to Gary Heatherington at 2829 Cobden St. for $55,000. Dolores Mooney to 2416-2418 East Carson LLC at 2416 E. Carson St. for $460,000. David Ogrodowski to JD Metals Inc. at 25 Greeley St. for $35,000. Brooke Askew to L2...

 
 News    February 3, 2015

ESL and GED classes, GED testing available at Goodwill locations

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania is offering several opportunities for people who wish to improve their education. The agency is now enrolling for free adult education classes at locations in downtown Pittsburgh, Arlington, East Liberty,...

 
 Government    January 27, 2015

South Pittsburgh area Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 28, at 8:00 a.m. in Pittsburgh Municipal Court: • Barry Willig, 2822-2824 Salisbury Street, 16th Ward, Continued Code 115.1. • Michael Knight, 208 Kearsarge Street, 19th Ward,...

 
 Real Estate    January 27, 2015

Real estate transactions for issue of 1-27-15

16th Ward Christian Kinkela et al. to Shrey Sekhar and Ritika Dogra at 2402 Cobden St. for $106,000. Thomas Riddell to Mark Anderson at 2511 Sarah St. for $200,000. 17th Ward Estate of Robert Lyda to Donald Pohl at 2016 Gregory St. for $25,000....

 
 News    January 27, 2015

Councilman Kraus will seek third term on council

Pittsburgh’s City Council President Bruce A. Kraus has announced his campaign for re-election. “I am excited to announce my bid for re-election.” said Mr. Kraus who is serving his second term on council, “Through public private partnerships,...

 
 News    January 20, 2015

11th Annual South Side Soup Contest on Saturday, Feb. 21

The popular South Side Soup Contest will celebrate its 11th year at the 2015 Soup Contest on Saturday, Feb. 21, from noon to 3 p.m. This year will feature 25 restaurants paired with business or...

 
 Real Estate    January 20, 2015

Real estate transactions for issue of 1-20-15

16th Ward Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority to Southside Works City Apartments LLC at 26th St. for $712,725. Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority to Southside Works City Apartments LLC at 26th St. for $336,600. Joann Aubele to UBER...

 
 Government    January 20, 2015

South Pittsburgh Housing Court hearings

The following Housing Court cases are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 22, at 10:00 a.m. in Magisterial District Judge Eugene Ricciardi’s Courtroom: • Ralph W. Busha, 2414 Patterson Street, 16th Ward, Continued Code 302.7. • Joshua M. and Susan D....

 
 Meetings    January 13, 2015

Zone 3 safety council to meet next on January 21

The next Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting is slated for Wednesday, Jan. 21, 6 p.m. at the Zone 3 Police Station, corner of Arlington and Warrington avenues in Allentown. In public safety council news, Zone 3 council president Ken Wolfe said...

 
 News    January 13, 2015

Rep. Wheatley named minority Finance Committee chairman

State Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny, was sworn in Tuesday, Jan. 6, to his seventh term representing Pittsburgh’s 19th Legislative District and will begin serving in the key post of minority chairman of the House Finance Committee. Mr. Wheatley...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    January 6, 2015

New manager sparks interest in Warrington Avenue

East Warrington Avenue in Allentown had been known for years as a connecting route between South Side and Rt. 51 or Mount Washington. Considered a bumpy shortcut between South Hills neighborhoods and...

 
 Real Estate    December 23, 2014

Real estate transactions for issue of 12-23-14

16th Ward Michael Allegro to Amy Jean Ballintine at 2302 Eccles St. for $38,500. Rafael Munoz to Reagan Realty LLC at 2820-2822 Edwards Way for $240,500. Estate of Francis Resch to John Krop at 2706 Wiese St. for $2,000 (state deed transfer stamps...

 
 Real Estate    December 9, 2014

Real estate transactions for issue of 12-09-14

16th Ward LaVerne Hennessy to Steel Town Holdings L.P. at 2501 Arlington Ave. for $10,000. Frank Knerr to Mike Duerr at 2618 Charcot St. for $15,000. Pittsburgh City to Michael Eisel at 96 Eads St. for $200 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    December 2, 2014

Free wireless Internet is online on Warrington Ave.

Free public wireless Internet service has come to Allentown for residents and the business district within one-half block in either direction of Warrington Ave. from Beltzhoover Ave. to Arlington...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    December 2, 2014

Mt. O. City learns about possible area urban farm

Updates on current and potential projects highlighted the Nov. 20 meeting of the Mount Oliver City/Saint Clair Block Watch held in the Ormsby Avenue Cafe. Block watch coordinator Suzanne Photos said the city told her it would cost $3,900 for the...

 
 Real Estate    December 2, 2014

Real estate transactions for issue of 12/02/14

16th Ward Daniel Wuenschell to James Grzeczka Jr. at 2017 Arlington Ave. for $17,000. Angela Criscella to 2504 Cobden LLC at 2504 Cobden St. for $85,500. Geraldine Hassett et al. to Le Ciel Partn. LLC at 2818 Edwards Way for $99,995. Estate of Sylvia...

 
 News    December 2, 2014

Food, toys can be dontated during Brashear Open House on Dec. 11

The Board of Directors and staff of The Brashear Association are extending an invitation to neighbors and friends of the agency to celebrate the season at Brashear’s Holiday Open House. The annual event will take place Thursday, Dec. 11, from 6-7:3...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    November 25, 2014

Boro council fires police chief, hears of safety concerns

Frank Mosesso was fired as the Mount Oliver police chief by a 4-1 vote by the borough council at its Nov. 17 meeting. Voting to fire Mr. Mosesso were President Darnell Sains, Amber McGough, Dave Lowe, and Nick Viglione. Frank Bernardini voted no....

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    November 25, 2014

Volunteers, city police prepare for Thanksgiving, Ferguson verdict

The Nov. 19 meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting included an update on the “Get Stuffed With Love” program so no residents go without a traditional turkey dinner on Thanksgiving, and news of the police department’s pro-active...

 
 News    November 18, 2014

City to submit Promise Zone application for So. Pittsburgh neighborhoods

The City of Pittsburgh is going to partner with the Urban Redevelopment Authority on a federal “Promise Zone” application to assist previously neglected parts of South Pittsburgh neighborhoods, along with the Hill District, Hazelwood and other...

 
 School News    November 18, 2014

Ready Freddy teaming with Arlington PreK-2 to improve the attendance of kindergarteners

Starting this fall, parents of children attending kindergarten at Arlington PreK-2 are receiving friendly supportive calls when their children are absent from school, through a partnership between...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    November 11, 2014

$1.5M coming to Allentown for community revitalization program

Things are about to change for the better in Pittsburgh’s Hilltop neighborhood of Allentown with the announcement yesterday of a Neighborhood Partnership Program (NPP) for the community through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    October 28, 2014

Vandals damage equipment, building at Transverse Park

Vandalism at Transverse Park headlined the Oct. 20 meeting of Mt. Oliver council. Council members President Darnell Sains and Billie Michener were absent. Vice-president Frank Bernardini conducted the hour-long meeting. Up only a few days at...

 
 News    October 14, 2014

Annual Fall Redd Up coming up this weekend

Guaranteed. There will be less litter on streets, sidewalks, overgrown lots, trails and grassy places after Saturday, Oct. 18 in at least 150 signed up Pittsburgh neighborhoods and Allegheny County communities. “Upwards of 10,000 volunteers are...

 
 News    October 7, 2014

Councilman serves sundaes at senior center

Councilman Bruce Kraus and his staff hosted an "Ice Cream Social" at the Henry Kaufmann Center in an effort to lift the spirits of the Allentown Senior Citizen Centers, Inc. older adult programs in...

 

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