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Tobacco Free Allegheny awards grants for anti-smoking programs

Tobacco Free Allegheny will provide contract awards in the amount of $1,241,180 to 19 Allegheny County health, school and community based organizations.Organizations selected to receive the contract awards will provide cessation services, community...

 

Young earns president's list honors

Mallory A. Young, daughter of Edmund and Cynthia Young of the South Side, earned President's List honor for the recently completed spring 1906 term at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville....

 

Clarion U. students earn degrees

Four South Pittsburgh residents graduated from Clarion University on Saturday, May 13. They are: David Dang, BSB, Accounting; Brianne Goodwin, BSE, Secondary Education, Physics; Linnea Ellen Sedler, BSN, Nursing; and, Jessica Ann Schohn, BSB,...

 

Lena Matthew to learn about Experience in Government

Lena Matthew, a junior at Langley high School, has been selected to attend Keystone Girls State by the Saint Clair Ladies Auxiliary Unit 694 of the American Legion Auxiliary. This “Experience in Government” will be held at Shippensburg...

 

Arlington couple engaged

Christina Hegerle and Sean Horn are engaged. Christina is the daughter of Janet and the late Herbert Hegerle of Arlington. Sean is the son of Ed and Nancy Horn, also of Arlington....

 

Noah Vito in C-MITES

Noah Vito, son of Donna Hetrick and Daniel Vito of the South Side, will participate in the C-MITES Summer Program for academically talented students. Noah, a sixth grade student at Frick International Studies Academy in Shadyside, will attend the...

 

Voyager fills development position

Pittsburgh Voyager, the Pittsburgh-based not-for-profit environmental education organization that operates a fleet of floating classrooms on the region's rivers, announced that Patrick J. Bradley, Jr. has been hired as director of program...

 

Pittsburgh Pets summer theme of reading club

“Pets of Pittsburgh” is the Summer Reading Club kick-off program at the South Side Library. Bring a photo of your real pet or a favorite stuffed animal to put in their “Pets of South Side” display. Hear some great pet tales and register for...

 

Park picnic will benefit Ream Pool

Organizers are hoping Mount Washington-Duquesne Heights residents will turn out for a Picnic in The Park, Saturday, June 10 for a day of activities that will help raise funds for the opening and maintenance of Ream Pool this summer. Tickets ate $10...

 

Personal finance course offered by Consumer Credit Counciling

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Western Pennsylvania is offering a new community education class, “Personal Financial Management,” four times in June at its education center in South Side. June seminars will be Monday, June 12, 6-8 p.m.;...

 

Brandon M. Collins

Army National Guard Pvt. Brandon M. Collins has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and...

 

Kelsey Renkin

Air National Guard Airman Kelsey D. Renkin has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air...

 

James Utzig

Air Force Airman James M. Utzig has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission,...

 

Bishop Leonard-Saint Mary of the Mount Academy will receive Kremer grant

Bishop Leonard-Saint Mary of the Mount Academy, Mount Washington will be included in the George and Mary Kremer Foundation's Tuition Grant Program to help pay the tuition of students with financial need in the next school year, 2006-2007, according t...

 

Mount seniors plan outtings, festivities throughout June

The Mount Washington Senior Center will visit the Heinz History and Sports Museum on June 6 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Admission is $6 for seniors. The Healthy Endeavors Class will meet on Tuesday and Thursday beginning June 13. The start time will be...

 

Summer blessings block party

The South Side Presbyterian Church will hold a Summer Blessings Block Party to celebrate summer and everyone is welcome. On Sunday, June 11, on South 20th Street between Sarah and Larkins Way, all are welcome for an outdoor worship service at 11...

 

Planning forum on June 13

The next meeting of the South Side Planning Forum will be Tuesday, June 13 at 5:30 p.m. at the Brashear Center, 2005 Sarah Street. A public safety report will be presented at 5:15 p.m. promptly for those who are interested....

 

Narcotics topic at next CCC

The next meeting of the Carrick Community Council will be Wednesday, June 14 at 7 p.m. at Concord Elementary School, 2350 Brownsville Road. The guest speaker is Sgt. Douglas Epler of the Pittsburgh Police Narcotics and Vice Department. He will...

 

Solicitor will also speak to Upper Knoxville BW

Assistant County Solicitor John T. McVay and Mayor Bob O'Connor are the scheduled speakers at the next meeting of the Upper Knoxville Block Watch, 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 8. The meeting will take place at the Knoxville Middle School, 200 Charles...

 

County solicitor speaker at CBW

Residents are welcome to attend the next meeting of the 29th Ward Carrick Block Watch on Wednesday, June 7 at 7 p.m. in the Roosevelt School, West Cherryhill and Brownsville Road. The guest speaker will be Assistant County Solicitor John T. McVay...

 

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