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 By Ashley Murray    Front Page    September 23, 2014 

By-law changes, board elections topics at the Mt. Washington CDC

Board member elections and proposed by-law changes dominated the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) meeting Thursday night at the Mount Washington Senior Center on Virginia Avenue. Just over 30 people of the 43-member...

 
 News    September 23, 2014 

Carrick High will observe 90th anniversary with a ceremony on Wednesday

Pittsburgh’s Carrick High School, which first opened its doors on September 24, 1924, will celebrate its 90th Anniversary on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 according to Principal Angel Washington. The faculty and student body will witness the raising...

 
 Entertainment    September 16, 2014

Young Playwrights Festival at City Theatre Oct. 4 and 5

City Theatre will present the 2014 Young Playwrights Festival, October 4 and 5 in City Theatre’s Hamburg Studio featuring original one-act plays written by select middle and high school playwrights from Western Pennsylvania and Northern West...

 
 Meetings    September 16, 2014

Zone 3 council meets this week

The Zone 3 Public Safety Council will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 6 p.m. at the South Hills Retirement Residence, 125 Ruth Street in Mount Washington....

 
 News    September 9, 2014

Interfaith coalition sponsors first event on Mt. Washington

The Greater Pittsburgh Interfaith Coalition, a new grassroots organization seeking to convene the region’s diverse faith communities, will sponsor its first event on Sunday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. Dr. Lucinda Mosher, director of the interfaith chaplain...

 
 News    September 9, 2014

Learn how to make your summer harvest last longer

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh -- Mount Washington will present Enjoying Your Harvest & Making it Last by Faith Starr, former host of Living Green With Faith radio on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Join Ms. Starr for this informative and...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    September 2, 2014

Developer hits resistance on proposed Hackstown housing development

Developers are looking at building as many as 27 new homes on a parcel of hillside land on the South Side Slopes between St. Paul of the Cross Monastery and Veronica’s Veil. In a meeting facilitated by the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association...

 
 News    September 2, 2014

Chamber golf tournament this Monday

The South Side Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Summer Golf Tournament on Monday, Sept. 8, at Pittsburgh National Golf Club in Gibsonia. The golf tournament will benefit the South Side Chamber of Commerce’s Welcome Center at 1100 East...

 
 News    September 2, 2014

Blessing of the Animals on the Mount

A “Blessing of the Animals” will take place at Grace Church (Anglican) at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, in observance of St. Francis’ Day. All are welcome to bring their pets, either caged or on leashes, to be blessed on the lawn. Grace Church...

 
 Public Safety    August 26, 2014

Time to apply for city's Citizen's Police Academy

Applications are now being taken for the Pittsburgh Citizen’s Police Academy (CPA). Twice a year, CPA brings the police and the community close together in a setting that offers civilians insight into the roles and responsibilities of the Bureau...

 
 News    August 19, 2014

State legislative committee discusses Allegheny County Crime Lab funding

A joint hearing of the state Senate and House Democratic Policy committees explored ways to restore $2.9 million in state reimbursements for law enforcement services for Allegheny County’s Forensic Science Crime Laboratory. The rare joint hearing...

 
 By Jennifer Szweda Jordan    Front Page    August 12, 2014

Police recommend 'virtual' block watch in Carrick

While Block Watch groups have relied on neighbors' eyes and ears to deter crime, Pittsburgh police are now asking Carrick-Overbrook residents to pilot a virtual block watch by mounting home...

 
 Real Estate    August 5, 2014

Real Estate transactions for issue of 8/5/14

16th Ward Dorothy Germuska to John Siters Jr. at 207 Dengler St. for $9,000. Estate of Mary Grace Muehlbauer to Amanda Reinhardt at 1528 Fernleaf St. for $37,000. Peter Milan to Ian Wild at Jane St. for $20,000. Amy Claussen to Rhonda DeAngelo at...

 
 News    July 29, 2014

Learn how house plants can help to keep the air clean in your home

Many people may be surprised to learn what air-cleaning power-houses houseplants are. Join the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Mt. Washington on Wednesday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. to learn some fascinating information on the best ways to use...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    July 22, 2014

Grandview traffic problems will garner extra police attention

Public safety, in particular traffic along Grandview Avenue, was an emotional issue for Mount Washington residents at the July community forum of the Mount Washington Community Development Corp. District 2 Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith opened the...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    Front Page    July 22, 2014

Residents of Zone 3 voice provide feedback onhiring a new police chief

The city’s search for its next police chief transformed the July 16 Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting in Allentown into a community forum. Community forums in all six of the city police zones began on June 26. The Zone 3 meeting was the fourth,...

 
 By Tom Smith    News    July 22, 2014

Hilltop Community Health Center moving to Mt. Washington July 28

Although only 10 years old, the Hilltop Community Health Center's (HCHC) roots began 40 years ago in Sto Rox with a program developed by two priests and an nun, Joanne Andiorio, COO of the HCHC, expla...

 
 News    July 15, 2014

Mayor says a compromise is planned to keep a dog park in Mt. Washington

Mayor William Peduto last week announced a compromise aimed at keeping a dog park in Mount Washington, but removing it from the space it currently occupies in Olympia Park some area residents objected to. “I realize that many people in Mount...

 
 News    July 15, 2014

Gardening Thyme on Mount

Faith Starr, host of Living Green With Faith radio show, will present a series of Gardening Thyme programs at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh--Mt. Washington. The first program will be held on July 16, at 6:30 p.m. on the topic of Companion...

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page    July 8, 2014

Free wireless internet coming soon to Warrington Avenue

Soon, those traveling down or stopping on Warrington Avenue in Allentown will benefit from new technology being installed to provide free public wireless internet service through the business corridor. A new “mesh wireless internet network” will...

 
 News    July 8, 2014

South Side Park trail work beginning this week

As part of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association’s (SSSNA) grant award to improve South Side Park, the organization is partnering with Mount Washington CDC’s Emerald View Trail Corps to improve the hiking trails in the park. Pending...

 
 News    July 8, 2014

Hilltop health center moving up to So. Hills Retirement Residence

Fourteen years ago members of the Beltzhoover neighborhood approached Father Regis Ryan and Sto-Rox Family Health Center and requested an outreach program for their community. It was at that moment the non-profit Hilltop Community Health Center...

 
 News    July 1, 2014

Brookline Regional Catholic now as St. John Bosco Academy

Brookline Regional Catholic School has been re-structured as Saint John Bosco Academy. In addition to the current sponsoring parishes of Saint Pius, Resurrection and Our Lady of Loreto, five new parishes will join the restructured school. Those...

 

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