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 Real Estate    November 22, 2016

Real estate transactions by RealStats

16th Ward Pro Real Estate Assoc. to AMO Investment Group LLC at 2322 E. Carson St. for $580,000. Amanda Means Baldauf to Peter and Angela Arsenault at 2511 Mission St. for $215,000. Robert Schreck Jr. to Kyrsten Brea at 2120 Sidney St. for $194,000....

 
 Opinion    November 8, 2016

Our voices were heard in design of library

I’ll admit that as a walked toward the Carrick Library Meeting on that Thursday in September my mind was more focused on if I was going to beat the forecasted rain and pick-up the couch I had bought on Craigslist. I made arrangements with my dad,...

 
 Opinion    November 8, 2016

Exciting time for the library

I want to thank the Carrick community for their dedication, patience and insight into the upcoming renovation of our library building. It is an exciting time for Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Carrick. There is a new buzz around the library;...

 
 News    November 1, 2016

Absentee ballot deadline here, Knoxville polling places change

The Allegheny County Elections Division announced that voters in affected voting districts have been notified by mail, but there are two South Pittsburgh area polling place locations that have changed since the April primary. In South Pittsburgh new...

 
 Opinion    October 25, 2016

Disappointed in library choice

I was distressed to read of the decision to rebuild the Carrick branch of the Carnegie library in its existing location (Carrick Library will be all new from the bottom up, October 10, 2016). After talking with other residents who are active and invo...

 
 Kids    October 25, 2016

Haunted Library in Carrick is free

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Carrick will host the fifth annual Haunted Library this week Youth, ages 11-19, from surrounding South Pittsburgh neighborhoods including Carrick, Overbrook, Arlington, and Brentwood volunteered their time over...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    October 11, 2016

Carrick library will be all new from the bottom up

In January, residents crowded into a makeshift meeting space at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) – Carrick to learn the plans for renovating and enlarging the facility.  The consensus among...

 
 Kids    October 11, 2016

Youth programming continues at the Carrick Branch Library

Weekly youth programs are continuing at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Carrick: Storytime: Children 18 months to 5 years can get up and get moving with interactive stories, songs and crafts at Storytime every Thursday morning from 10:30-11:30...

 
 Entertainment    October 11, 2016

Feeding the Dragon will run at City Theatre Oct. 22 thru Nov 20

Fresh on the heels of the raucous comedy, Hand to God, City Theatre turns in a different direction to present Feeding the Dragon, an intimate and magical world premiere by the award-winning stage and screen actress, Sharon Washington. The production...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    October 4, 2016

Residents get to talk directly with Zone 3 commander about issues

A new meeting room in the renovated Knoxville branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh was host to the Sept. 19 meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council. The library reopened this summer after closing for a year for a $3.5 million renovation...

 
 News    October 4, 2016

Market House lists Oct. activities

The South Side Market House Healthy Active Living Center on 12th Street has a full month of activities lined up for October. Every Monday in October Carnegie Library will be offering a “How to use a Small Computer /Tablet” class from 10-11 a.m....

 
 News    September 20, 2016

StepTrek taking to the steps for its 16th annual hike

The Pittsburgh StepTrek, now in its 16th year, takes place on Saturday, Oct. 1, beginning at 11a.m. in South Side Park, Josephine and 21st streets, on South Side. The long-lasting event has the backing of individuals with a curiosity of what lies at...

 
 Meetings    September 20, 2016

Carrick library update meeting at Concord K-5 School Sept. 29

The Friends of the Carrick Library will hold a meeting to update the public on a project to update the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Carrick on Thursday, Sept. 29. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Concord K-5 School,...

 
 News    September 20, 2016

Rec2Tec Pittsburgh addresses digital divide with after-school programs in recreation centers

Five of Pittsburgh's city-owned recreation centers were transformed into technology-enhanced learning centers during the week of September 12-16 to demonstrate how free after-school programs can help...

 
 Kids    September 6, 2016

Al-Mazing magic show at the Knoxville Library

Abracadabra! Alakazam! It’s time for a magic show presented by the ingenious magician, Al-Mazing at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Knoxville on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 4 p.m. The “Exercise Your Imagination” show, which is recommended for...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    August 30, 2016

Police Chief McLay addresses residents at Zone 3 meeting

A Zone 3 town hall meeting with city police Chief Cameron McLay and other police officials drew about 70 people to the IBEW Hall in South Side on Aug. 24. Chief McLay said the purpose of the meeting was to acquire feedback on “how Pittsburgh...

 
 News    August 16, 2016

Carrick student earns honors in the CLP Teen Media Awards

 More than 300 Allegheny County middle and high school age teens vied for awards in Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s 2016 Teen Media Awards competition. The awards were presented August 10 at the Carnegie Lecture Hall in Oakland. The library’s...

 
 By Austin Vaught    Front Page    July 12, 2016

'Ambassadors' reclaiming vacant property in the Hilltop

Transforming residents into leaders and vacant lots into green space is the focal point of a local nonprofit that is looking to "reclaim" vacant property through the renewal of a successful community...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    June 28, 2016

Mount Oliver boro awards contracts for sewer, pavement maintenance programs

The June 20 Mt. Oliver council meeting began with Mayor James Cassidy swearing in new Zoning Board member Deborah Viglione. He also swore in two new part-time police officers, and a promoted officer.  The two new officers are Karra White and Brett...

 
 News    June 28, 2016

City Bicentennial celebration July 9

Organizers of the Pittsburgh Bicentennial Celebration are welcoming all residents of the greater Pittsburgh region to come Downtown for Bicentennial events throughout the day on Saturday, July 9.  The day begins with a 11 a.m. parade on Liberty...

 
 Front Page    June 21, 2016

Knoxville Library reopens on Saturday

 Abundant daylight and welcoming open space mark the eco-friendly transformation of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Knoxville. The library will unveil the renovation during a community celebration on...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    June 7, 2016

Mt. Oliver City block watch considers name change, updated on farm project

The status of the proposed Hilltop Farm & Homes development on the former 556-unit St. Clair Village housing site was the focus of the May 26 meeting of the Mt. Oliver City/St. Clair Block Watch....

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    May 31, 2016

Preventable crimes discussed at May's Public Safety meeting

The May 16 Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting began with a Mt. Washington resident complaining about vandalism in Grandview Park. He said youngsters try to break newly planted trees and set the port-a-johns on fire, among other destructive acts. Th...

 
 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...

 

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