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 News    November 24, 2015 

County jail modernizing visitation scheduling and registration

The Allegheny County Jail has implemented a new scheduling and registration system that will allow for visitors to register for and schedule visits with inmates online at The system formally launched last week,...

 Entertainment    November 17, 2015

Crawford Grill unveiled as newest feature of Miniature Railroad & Village

Carnegie Science Center unveiled its new addition to the Miniature Railroad & Village® following a special lunch for community leaders. A model of the original Crawford Grill has become the third Hill District landmark in the miniature display,...

 Real Estate    June 16, 2015

Real estate transactions from RealStats

16th Ward Kevin Woodward to Lynn Nelson at 2711 Larkins Way for $152,500. 17th Ward Robert Cryster to Martin Dragan at 2600 Quarry St. for $7,000. Cheryl Harper et al. to Matthew Riddle at 1813 Wharton St. for $232,000. 18th Ward Estate of Helen...

 By Jennifer Szweda Jordan    Front Page    January 13, 2015

Chief McLay addresses photo controversy in Carrick

Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay says he regrets not communicating better to his staff after he was photographed with a sign stating, “I Resolve to Challenge Racism at Work:...

 Entertainment    July 30, 2013

Carrie Furnaces: Contemporary Views opening at the Silver Eye Center

Carrie Furnaces: Contemporary Views opening on August 2 at the Silver Eye Center for Photography, 1015 East Carson Street, is a collaborative exhibition curated from an open call for entries of images taken at the historic blast furnace site located...

 Front Page    December 4, 2012

Mayor, ACDC celebrate Allentown safety initiative

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Chief of Police Nate Harper joined with the Allentown Community Development Corp. in announcing and celebrating the completion of the latest phase of the Allentown Business...

 Kids    October 23, 2012

City sets hours for Trick or Treat

The City of Pittsburgh’s official Halloween trick-or-treating hours are on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Residents are encouraged to visit the city’s website to download a printable Halloween safety guide which includes activity...


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