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 News    April 8, 2014

Spring Redd Up expects 300 communities and 15,000 volunteers

This spring’s area-wide Redd Up (March, April and May) is on a pace to attract more than 300 Pittsburgh neighborhoods, groups and communities in the counties of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland. Citizens Against Litter, one of...

 
 News    March 25, 2014

So. Side Spring Cleanup will be the 10th annual

 The 10th Annual South Side Spring Cleanup will be held on Saturday, April 12 and will focus on the cleanup of the South Side Flats and Slopes. This year’s cleanup will include a number of different projects that range from litter pick up to...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    March 18, 2014

Lack of bike police hamper Zone 3's abilitity to tackle quality of life issues

The ability of police to patrol some neighborhoods in Zone 3district could be hampered due to changes in staffing at the station. With approaching better weather, Zone 3 Commander Catherine McNeilly had a plan to resume bike patrols in the South...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    March 4, 2014

Emergency management topic of February Zone 3 safety meeting

The Feb. 19 Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting featured a presentation by Raymond V. DeMichiei, deputy director of the city’s Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. The meeting began with crime prevention Officer Christine Luffey...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    February 18, 2014

Planning Forum updated on projects, St. Pat's day plans

The new city administration and proposed local projects were the focus of the Feb. 11 South Side Planning Forum. There were no presentations scheduled. The meeting began with the report of the Development Review Committee (DRC) by Peter Kreuthmeier....

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    February 4, 2014

Officials discuss challenges of limiting liquor licenses in S.S.

Efforts to manage the proliferation of alcohol establishments in the South Side Flats often encounter a brick wall: a mixture of politics, regulations, bureaucracy, legalities, and well-funded opposition forces who can afford specialized legal...

 
 News    December 17, 2013

SouthSide Works now draws millions of people to the South Side

South Side's Carson Street gets plenty of attention for its big crowds and sometimes hooligan behavior along the bustling strip between South 10th Street and the Birmingham Bridge. But the really big...

 
 Public Safety    December 17, 2013

Help needed to ID assailants in November So. Side attack

Pittsburgh police are looking for a pair of suspects who assaulted a man in the early morning hours of November 1. On November 1 at about 1:30 a.m. while on patrol in the South Side Flats, Zone 3 police officers were flagged down by a man who...

 
 News    December 10, 2013

Brashear Holiday Open House this Thursday

The Board of Directors and staff of The Brashear Association extend 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. 12 from 6 until 7:30...

 
 By William McCloskey    News    December 10, 2013

Free holiday crafting program in South Side

To help boost holiday spirits, the South Side Carnegie Library is hosting a free all-day do-it-yourself craft-making event Wednesday, Dec. 18, noon to 8 p.m., at the library, 2205 East Carson Street....

 
 News    December 3, 2013

Dates set for Spring Earth Day Redd Up

Spring isn’t around the corner.  Winter’s here now. But dates are set for the Spring Earth Day Redd Up Weekend. The big day will be Saturday, Apr. 26. The date will not conflict with Easter Sunday, Apr. 20.  Earth Day is Tuesday, Apr. 22...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    November 12, 2013

Saving parking spaces is more of a South Side thing

After last week's Letter to the Editor from Matte Braidic on South Side (No more parking cones) I started thinking about parking, particularly on South Side. Nothing in South Side has been talked...

 
 By Tom Smith    News    November 12, 2013

All that's needed to start a block watch is three or four neighbors

All that’s needed to start a block watch is three or four neighbors, Liz Style, Operation Weed and Seed Coordinator in the city’s Office of Neighborhood Initiatives, told members of the Carrick Overbrook Block Watch. “It’s a public safety...

 
 News    November 5, 2013

Brashear begining holiday assistance program

The Brashear Association is turning to its friends and neighbors, once again, to help make Christmas brighter for children and families throughout South Pittsburgh. The Brashear Association, a South Pittsburgh community services agency, collects...

 
 News    October 29, 2013

Public safety topic of next SSCC meeting

South Side Community Council will sponsor an open meeting focused on public safety for residents in the South Side Flats. Public safety, city personnel and community leaders will be available to share information related to safety on South Side. The...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    October 22, 2013

Slopes Assoc. elects board members, gets $45k for S.S. Park

A board election and an update on StepTrek 2013 were the highlights of the Oct. 15 meeting of the South Sides Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA). In the board elections, members Peter Kreuthmeier, Brian Oswald and Pavel Yakovlev were reelected;...

 
 Public Safety    October 22, 2013

Officer involved shooting on South Side

In the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 20, Zone 3 police officers responded to a call at 17th and Roland streets in the South Side Flats for a “Code 3,” officer calling for help. When...

 
 News    October 15, 2013

10,000 volunteers expected for citywide Redd Up

Upwards of 10,000 volunteers are expected to participate in litter clean ups, tree plantings community garden maintenance and beautification projects in more than 150 communities in and outside Pittsburgh during the Fall Redd Up on the Oct. 25-26-27...

 
 News    October 15, 2013

Santa Maria Christ the King service in S.S.

Santa Maria Magdalena will be celebrating the Traditional Feast of Christ the King on Sunday, Oct.27, at 5 p.m. with Holy Mass and Procession of the Blessed Sacrament. The worship site is the Paraclete Center of old St Casimirs, Sarah St. South Side...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    September 3, 2013

The Fred Rogers Company finds a new home on South Side

The Fred Rogers Company not only has a new, fun program to spur learning and literacy -- WORD PLAY -- but a new neighborhood: South Side. On June 3, the non-profit company begun by the late...

 
 News    September 3, 2013

So. Side Chamber, Keep our PUPS Safe holding volunteer glass SweeP-UP Sat.

Join the South Side Chamber of Commerce and Keep Our PUPS Safe for another volunteer glass SweeP-UP on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 10 a.m. until noon. Volunteers will meet at the 18th Street parking lot for registration and breakfast goodies at 9:30 a.m....

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    August 6, 2013

Projects updated at S.S. Forum

The brief July 30 combined July-August meeting of the South Side Planning Forum consisted of updates and news of upcoming events. A scheduled presentation by the South Side Bar and Restaurant Association was postponed, at the organization’s...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    July 23, 2013

Gun legislation topic at Zone 3 meeting

Discussion at the Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting on July 17 centered on proposed gun legislation and the South Side saturation pilot program. The meeting began with the reminder August 6 is National Night Out. Crime prevention Officer...

 
 By Margaret L Smykla    Front Page    May 21, 2013

South Side Slopes talking trash to the neighbors about how to be a better neighbor

A presentation on the trash education initiative of the Outreach Committee of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) was the focus of the May 14 meeting. Committee member Betty Kripp said a year-and-a-half ago, Rev. Don Ware asked...

 

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