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Zone 3 Community Crime Alerts

The following are the Part I crimes for the week of: May 2, 2016 thru May 9, 2016. Duquesne Heights (1911) Theft from Vehicle – 500 blk. Sweet Briar St. – between 5/1 at 10:00 PM and 5/2 at 8:00 AM – Victims states someone entered into her...

 

City Theatre presenting premiere of the historical drama Some Brighter Distance

The world premiere production of Some Brighter Distance continues the 2015-2016 season at City Theatre on the Mainstage, January 23 – February 14. The play is written by Keith Reddin and directed by City Theatre Artistic Director Tracy Brigden....

 

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...

 

Block watch 101 provided at South Side meeting

Block watches were the focus of the two-hour gathering at the Brashear Center on March 6. Crime prevention Officer Christine Luffey discussed the role of law enforcement in block watches, while Liz Style of the city’s Dept. of Public Safety talked...

 

S.S. Bar Association, Duquesne University at Planning Forum

Presentations by representatives of the South Side Bar and Restaurant Association (SSB&RA), and Duquesne University, headlined the Oct. 8 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum. In the first talk, Adam DeSimone said the SSB&RA has more than 30...

 

Human Error opens at the Hamburg

The Pittsburgh production of Human Error, by Keith Reddin, will be performed in City Theatre's 111 seat Hamburg Studio Theatre from April 2 – May 10. Tracy Brigden directed the world premiere of Human Error at New York City's Atlantic Theater...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    May 29, 2007

Judge assigns students to ‘teach' others about the error of their ways

Joan Barlow had spent much of the past nine months being tormented by her neighbors on 15th Street before she decided to take action on her own. Ms. Barlow took her complaint to the District Attorney where she filed a “private criminal complaint”...

 
 News    May 8, 2007

A good credit score is worth the discipline

In the market for a new or used car? Or thinking about buying a home? How much you can borrow, and the rate of interest you pay, will determine how much car or house you are able to buy. What you may not know is that your record of payment on credit...

 

City Theatre presents the world premiere of The Missionary Position

City Theatre will present the world premiere of The Missionary Position, commissioned by City Theatre from acclaimed playwright Keith Reddin. The Missionary Position runs April 12 – May 20 in the th...

 

PLCE has eight districts

Thank you for your excellent and accurate portrayal of the concerns of South Side residents in the March 6th Reporter article (South Side reaches its limit with bars, March 6, 2007).  There was one error in the article concerning a March 28th...

 

Crime prevention forum on South Side brings community groups together

South Side Community Council hosted a crime prevention forum at the Brashear Center on Sarah Street on Feb. 27 with community leaders representing a host of organizations leading the discussion. The panel included Rick Belloli, executive director of...

 

Many taxpayers don't know they're eligible for EITC

Millions of Americans forgo critical tax relief each year by failing to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), a federal tax credit for individuals who work but do not earn high incomes. Taxpayers who qualify and claim the credit could pay less...

 

Correction...

The story concerning renovations to UPMC South Side to incorporate the Institute for Rehabilitation and Research that appeared in last week's edition contained an error. Although construction on the fourth and fifth floors will displace the...

 

Sen. Costa working to broaden Megan's Law

State Sen. Jay Costa Jr. s reports he will use his position as Democratic Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee while serving on a special bipartisan working group charged with giving the public greater community notification on sexual...

 

State Senator Jay Costa Jr. working toward strengthing Megan's Law

State Sen. Jay Costa Jr. said he would use his position as Democratic chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee while serving on a special bipartisan working group charged with giving the public greater community notification on sexual offenders....

 

Recorder of Deed office waiving second recording fee for notaries

Act 151 of 2002 included substantial amendments to the Notary Public Law of 1953. One amendment requires that each notary public give a surety bond, payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the amount of $10,000. The act went into effect July...

 

Dormont student honored for building his own jet engine

Seton-La Salle High School senior Mark Gordon, of Dormont, won third place in the 64th annual Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair for his entry, a homemade jet engine.  Gordon researched the basic concepts of jet engines and duplicated...

 

Mount Oliver aims for ‘best' block watch title

Mount Oliver's new block watch has high aspirations: to be the best. Block Watch and borough officials held their third Block Watch meeting on February 23 to discuss strategies and find ways to improve communications among neighbors. “You can get...

 

Residents sound off on zoning changes

By Margaret L. Smykla Contributing Writer Zoning's confusing nature, combined with general dissatisfaction and skepticism of the city by a handful of attendees, resulted in a spirited, and sometimes raucous, public meeting at the Brashear Center to d...

 

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