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New townhouses proposed for Slopes

While enjoying a picnic supper, and before touring the gardens of St. Paul of the Cross Monastery, the roughly 80 attendees at last week's South Sides Slopes Neighborhood Association meeting learned details of a proposed upscale housing development...

 

S.S. Planning Forum questions proposal for ice skating rink

The proposed relocation of Alloy-Oxygen and Welding Supply Co. to the vacant Neville Ice Rink property sparked some testy exchanges during the June 8 South Side Planning Forum meeting. At last month's meeting, business consultant Rich Talarico told...

 

All aboard!

Dave Brunson entertains Laura and Sara Wells at the Bon Air trolley stop while waiting for the next group of riders to stop on the first day of service for the refurbished line. The trio, all from...

 

ACC board sworn in for another term

Nancy Longo swears in members of the Board of Directors of the Arlington Civic Council at the organization's annual awards dinner. Taking the oath were: David Balcer, Michele Balcer, Al Simon, Fran...

 

Air Force bringing F-16 to show this weekend

The U.S. Air Force brings its 2003-'04 “Cross Into The Blue” Tour - a public awareness and recruiting campaign - to Wings Over Pittsburgh, held at Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, June 19-20.  The tour will showcase...

 

Bill could allow servicemen out of leases

Servicemen and women called to active duty have the right, under Pennsylvania law, to terminate housing rental agreements without financial penalty. State Sen. Jack Wagner is pushing to extend this right to military personnel in specific...

 

Bachner earns SVC honors

South Pittsburgh resident Matthew T. Bachner earned a place on the dean's list at Saint Vincent College for the spring 2004 semester. Bachner is a junior majoring in English....

 

Wabby earns dean's list

Matthew J. Wabby earned dean's list honors at Malone College for the spring semester. He is captain of the varsity golf team and earned NAIA and NCCAA Academic All American honors in 2002 and 2003. Wabby is the son of James and Patricia Wabby of...

 

Schohn earns dean's list at Clarion U.

Mount Oliver resident Jessica Ann Schohn earned dean's list honors for the second semester of this academic year at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Dean's list students must have earned a 3.5 quality point average or higher, on a 4.0 scale,...

 

Lisa Weltz accepted at CAPA

Lisa Weltz, eighth grade graduate of Saint Mary of the Mount School, has been accepted for the fall term of 2004 in the Pittsburgh High School for Creative and Performing Arts in the visual arts program. She has been involved in art programs since...

 

Mercy graduates three area students from nursing school

Three South Pittsburgh residents graduated from the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing at commencement exercises on May 28. They are Jennifer Corrie, Christina Kocik and Paul Pociask. Each graduate completed 1,100 hours of clinical experience and...

 

Elder-ado celebrating anniversary with reception, 29th birthday party

The community is invited to Elder-ado's Birthday Celebration reception at the Elder-ado Knoxville Center, 320 Brownsville Road, on Wednesday, July 14 from 1-2:30 p.m. The Elder-ado Center will be 29 years old, and birthday cake and punch will be...

 

Citywide safety meeting Wed.

The next Citywide Public Safety Meeting will be sponsored by Pittsburgh Zone 3 West and South Public Safety Councils. Residents from all over the city are welcome to come to the Banksville Community Center, off Crane Avenue in Banksville Park to...

 

Postal inspector explains crime of identify theft

The next meeting of the Upper Knoxville Block Watch will be Monday, June 28 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Canician Hall, Saint Canice Church, 210 Orchard Place. The subject will be neighborhood needs and concerns. Guest speakers include Bob Schmidt, U.S....

 

Scientology Pittsburgh opens on South Side

On Saturday, June 12, at 1 p.m., Scientology Pittsburgh opened its doors to the people of Pittsburgh. Located at 1906 East Carson Street, Scientology Pittsburgh is an extension of the Church of Scientology of Ohio in Cincinnati, Ohio. Scientology...

 

One local hearing this week at Pittsburgh Zoning board

Pittsburgh's Zoning Board of Adjustment has scheduled one public hearing of interest to South Pittsburgh residents for Thursday, June 17 in the first floor hearing room of the John P. Robin Civic Building, 200 Ross Street, Downtown. Zone case 106/04...

 

Notice to Bidders

NOTICE TO BIDDERS MOUNT OLIVER BOROUGH ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA sealed Proposals will be received by Mt. Oliver Borough, 150 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15210 for the sale of the following: Base Bid: For the resurfacing of various roads...

 

Real Estate Transactions for the week of 6/15/04

16th Ward Vera Nehoda to Sirva Relocation LLC at 2250 Mary St. 314 for $303,850. Sirva Relocation LLC to Lisa Spriggs and James Anderson at 2250 Mary St. 314 for $303,850. William Buyan to Felicia Palazzola at 2802 Spring St. for $35,000. 17th Ward...

 

AHD has advice to keep food safe when power quits

Because summer storms sometimes cause power outages, the Allegheny County Health Department is offering advice on how to preserve perishable foods without refrigeration and how to tell when food is spoiled and should be discarded. Health officials...

 

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